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Mera peak climbing

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  • Duration: 16 Days
  • Best Time: Autumn, Spring and Winter
  • Max Elevation: 6,476
  • Group Size: Min 2
  • Trip Grade: Strenuous

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing is an alluring trekking peak which lies in the Mahalangur section of the Himalaya to the East of Everest massif of Nepal. Mera Peak Climbing takes to the summit of Mera Peak of altitude 6,476 m which is the highest trekking peak in Nepal. The view from the apex of Mera Peak is one of the excellent in the Himalaya with remarkable views of five 8,000 m peaks: Mount Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, and Kangchenjunga, as well as other Himalayan Climbing peaks.

The classic route from the north involves high altitude glacier walking.  The south and west faces of the peak offer more demanding technical routes. Climbers will need to make use of crampons to make the inclination, will carry a long way for support, and will be roped to a guide across the glacier on summit day. First-time users of these aids are given instruction on their use below base camp. Many tourists used this peak for training before 7,000 or 8,000 mountain ascent. That is why Mera Peak Climbing is a very famous climb in a Himalayan peak of Nepal.

The ascent from the Mera La is moderate and sustained; before reaching a short, but straightforward climb up a 40-degree slope to Mera central summit. Note that the slightly higher North Summit is presently heavily crevassed and expeditions currently head for the Central Summit nearby (6461 m). The ease of reaching this elevation may be its biggest danger; but good weather and snow conditions are, of course, necessary for safety and success.

Highlights of Mera Peak Climbing

  • Embark on the thrilling journey of Mera Peak climbing,
  • standing tall at 6476 meters, the highest trekking peak in Nepal.
  • Enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views of the Himalayan giants, including Lhotse, Makalu, Mount Everest, Cho Oyu, and Kanchenjunga.
  • Mera Peak is renowned as the easiest Trekking Climbing peak in Nepal.
  • It serves as an excellent training ground for future climbs of 7,000 & 8,000 peaks.

Upon conquering Mera Peak, some climbers choose to return directly to Lukla via the same route. However, for those seeking a more adventurous path, they can ascend to the Ampulaptsha pass and then to the popular Island Peak in the Khumbu region. If time permits, you can also continue on the Everest Base Camp trek. Along the Mera Peak climbing route, you’ll discover an ancient monastery nestled in a cave; the most sacred spot is Thangnak, also known as Dargnak, where climbers often pray for favorable weather conditions.

The best seasons for Mera Peak climbing are spring and autumn, offering the perfect weather conditions neither too hot nor too cold, and a low probability of rainfall.

Mera Peak Climbing Equipment

You will be carrying all of your gear and share some of the cluster gear. Keeping your pack light is important, so choose light-weight clothing and equipment. Be sure to have a range of clothing suitable for all conditions. Sudden change of weather may require layering of clothing. Three layers will meet your needs. Avoid cotton or fabrics that do not maintain heat cold. Comfortable durable wool or  proven fabrics that breathe and expel sweat lends itself to an additional pleasant experience.  

We will offer complimentary water and windproof duffle bags that you will use on your trek, the bag carried by porters.Your bags or suitcase leave in hotel with your non trekking requirements at our office or your hotel and you can collect them after you return from your trip. 

All equipment, such as base camp tents, room, accessories, climbing rope, ice screws, snow bar and ice hammer is provided by Great Panorama Treks and Expedition (P.) Ltd.

Mera Peak Climbing Gear

  • Alpine Climbing harness- Instrumental square measured essential for the climb with leg loops that match other clothing and equipment.
  • 2 protection carabiners -the large ,pear-shaped ring is the best, ice crew gate sort counseled.
  • 3 regular carabiners. Lightweight: BD hotwire square measure counseled.
  • Ice ax W/ leash. Light weight ( Gravel Air School, diamond Raven, or Charlet Moser Snow.
  • Trekking pole- adjustable below 5,7use 60cm 62 use 65cmover 6’2use 70cm.
  • Mountaineering crampons compatible.
  • Good Crampons.
  • Belay/ rappel device (figure eight preferred. 

For Climbing and Trekking

  •  Backpack (measure relies upon regardless of whether you have to carry
  •  Hiking boots* (break them in already)
  • Camp shoes (your reward in the wake of a monotonous day)
  • Wool socks (bring a couple of sets of fluctuating thickness)
  • Lightweight trekking pants
  • Trekking shorts
  • T-Shirts (lightweight fleece is awesome)
  • Long clothing/Fleece thermals
  • Sweater
  • Fleece jacket
  • Waterproof coat and jeans
  • Heavyweight pants for high heights (additionally useful for camp)
  • Heavy down coat (can be leased in Kathmandu)
  • Winter cap
  • Winter glove

Trekking and Climbing Accessories 

  •  Water filtration (pump, tablets, or Ste-ripen; bring from home)
  • Water bottles (no less than 3 liters add up to limit)
  •  Baseball top (the sun is solid at all heights)
  • Hiking posts (decrease the effect on your joints)
  •  Sunglasses (basic when you cross snow line)
  •  Headlight with additional batteries
  •  Reading materials (Fuel might be ideal)
  • Journal and pens
  • Camera with additional batteries
  •  Daypack (for your raincoat, snacks, camera, and so forth.)
  •  Heavy-obligation duffel bag (This we provide you for carrying porter)
  • Gators (numerous individuals wear them yet they are not compulsory)

Individual Supplies

  • Sunscreen
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, antiperspirant, floss, and so on.)
  •  Biodegradable bar cleanser
  •  Face/body wipes
  •  Biodegradable washing fluid
  •  Throat tablets, lip demulcent
  •  Medications (Ibuprofen, others if essential)

Additional items

  •  Duct tape (settles pretty much everything, at any rate briefly. To abstain from conveying a whole move fold the coveted sum over a pencil)
  •  First help unit (with moleskin for rankles)
  •  Extra identification photographs and photocopies of your international ID

Good to know

Travel Insurance is essential for Trekking and peak Climbing and that ought to proffer you going to in excess of 20,000 ft. For security or emergency cleaning insurance that covers takeoff off of high elevations is compulsory. It is judicious that you have clearing out insurance – just in case of a setback or strangely, in view of surprising circumstances, the journey is drop.

Fitness and experience

For your own safety and success , we suggest you please do some exercise before you fly to Nepal like running, swimming and a few more modest trips to bring down tops which consolidate climbs that include the utilization of crampons. Be ready for outrageous openness and steep drop-offs and be fit for hauling around 30 lbs./15 kilos. On the off chance that conceivable, get an involvement with specialized rock and mountaineering moving to plan for your journey and move to Island Peak. Be known all about utilizing other climbing gear, for example, jumar ascenders, crampons, and ropes.

Additional Information

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera peak climbing is one of the good success rates for climbing sector and we have 100% success records in our history. Mera peak is Easy and best for climbing who are really beginner for climb peak and want to see close mountain view or Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Baruntse, Amadablam, Kanchenjunga and many other mountain are can see from Mera peak and High camp. We have every week departure for Mera peak and and you can choose any dates what’s suitable for you and for your vacation we are ready to host you here in Nepal with good rates. Form Mera peak you also can do same time Mera and island peak climbing if you are good fit for adventure and want to see other part of Mera and island peak.


Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu.

After your warm arrival Kathmandu airport you will be pick up by our airport representative take to you your hotel and brief about short line Mera peak. You will invite welcome dinner with Nepali culture show overnight stay at hotel. Your hotel provide you hot breakfast.

Day 2 Kathmandu tour and climbing gear check.

Your climbing guide will come to your hotel and he will check your Climbing gear and  prepare what to take and what is not. After that you are free  and if you miss something in your home you can buy here in Kathmandu.

Day 3 Flight to Lukla and trek to Chhutanga.

Early morning you wakeup and your guide will take you to Ramechhap for flight to Lukla. Since 2019 all Lukla flights operate from Ramechhap, Manthali because morning time air traffic in Kathmandu. After you landed Lukla you all the way trek to Chhutanga and overnight stay at small tea house.

Day 4 Trek to Chhatra La Pass and Chhatrabu.

Trek to Chhatarbu (3,580 m) after crossing one high pass chhatarbu la this is also small acclimatization for you for climbing Mera peak. you trek around 5-6 hrs.’ and whole day bit tough at this day overnight stay at guest house.

Day 5 Trek Chhatrabu to Kothe.

Trek to Kothe (4,180 m) this day is all the way you walking through forest valley and you will also join other trails from pangoma to Mera trek. Today you will see mount Mera peak and chhrpate himal and many more overnight stay at guest house.

Day 6 Trek Kothe to Thangnak.

Trek Kothe to Thangnak ( 4,350 m) today the journey from Kothe too thangnak is a short one of the being along the ridge of Hinku khola river after hot breakfast at kothe guest house. Thangnak is Sherpa language a black rock and one of the holist place of Buddhist people you will see one the way 1 monastery and that is in cave overnight stay at guest house.

Day 7 Trek Thangnak to Khare.

Trekking to Khare ( Mera base camp 5,045 m) Today also not long day for you today is you only walking around 2-3 hrs after your breakfast and you will arrive Khare after open land trekking and with beautiful mountain view or Khangtega, Mera peak, and many more. Khare is such nice place where you can fine good internet, bakery and good hotel accommodation. Overnight at hotel.

Day 8 Acclimatization day at khare.

Today is your training day with your climbing guide you know very well about climbing but your guide will show you what and how to do in mountain during climbing. Early morning after breakfast your climbing guide will take you some acclimatization up to 5,400 and after that hot lunch at hotel than training start for 1 -2 hrs.

Day 9 Trek up to Mera La- High camp.

Today is hard day for you you will take to Mera high camp (5,780 m) with all your kitchen crew, climbing guide and your porter. Mera high camp i s nice and small place but somehow you can get place because your climbing guide will booked for you and he will manage everything for that. Overnight sleep in tent and camping food.

Day 10 Mera summit and trek to Khare.

Early morning around 2 AM your climbing guide and kitchen crew wakeup and prepare for you hot tea, coffee and breakfast  for you and you guide will take you checking climbing gear and climb start for mera peak and after summit you need to go back to Khare today is bit long day for you. After ascent Mera peak and descent Khare you can celebrate for successful party in Khare with your team.

Day 11 Trek back to Kothe.

Trek back to kothe all the way back to through Thangnak and wonderful hinku valley overnight at guest house.

Day 12 Trek back to Chhatarbu

Trek bac kto chhatrabu today your trek is only until chhatrabu so you can wake up late around 7 Am and trek start after breakfast slowly and overnight at guest house chhatarbu.

Day 13 Trek down to Lukla

Today is your last night in Himalaya with your trekking crew and tomorrow your porter and other will stay at Lukla and your guide and you fly to Kathmandu after last Himalayan breakfast. You need to tipping some for your porter and crew and for your guide you can give in Kathmandu.

Day 14 Flight back to Manthali Ramechhap.

Early morning flight back to Manthali, Ramechhap and afte flight you need to drive around 3-4 hrs. to Kathmandu 131 km and overnight at hotel.

Day 15 Free day at Kathmandu

Free day at Kathmandu and this day we will provide you climbing certificate if you summit Mera peak successfully. And also today your shopping day you can buy souvenir for your family, friend and for yourself.

Day 16 Farewell, Departure own destination.

Farewell departure your own destination.


Note: This trek has another Trekking trail also we all manage after your inquiry and Budget.

Trip Includes

  • Government license holder Trekking guide.
  • Climbing guide with well trained from NMA.
  • Trekking porter for carrying bag (2 clients, 1 porter).
  • Flight ticket Manthali / Lukla / Manthali with airport taxes.
  • Trekking permit all necessary for the region.
  • Climbing peak permit.
  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu 3 nights with B/B plan.
  • All meal during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Tea coffee).
  • Kathmandu city tour with a tour guide.
  • All Tented service in High Camp.
  • Sleeping bag, down jacket and duffel bag.
  • Great Panorama Treks T-shirt.
  • All ground transfer by private van.
  • Emergency rescue service pay by your travel insurance.
  • Airport picks up and departure.
  • Trekking map and Trekking poll.
  • Sim card provides (not-balance).

Trip Excludes

  • Nepal Visa fee.
  • Meal while staying in Kathmandu.
  • Extra night stay and food if Lukla flight is delayed.
  • Tips for staff, driver and hotel, restaurant.
  • Travel and medical insurance.
  • Personal climbing gear like bar bill, laundry bill & telephone bill.
  • Overstay in Kathmandu after the trek.
  • Any other expanses which are not mentioned in cost include.

Responses & Ratings

One Reply to “Mera Peak Climbing”

  1. Trip of a lifetime!
    Myself and a friend booked our Mera Peak trip with Rinji and both felt it was an amazing experience with an amazing guide.

    Neither of us had any experience with trekking, and definitely not to altitude, but every need we had was catered to in the best possible way. From meeting us at the airport and taking us shopping for equipment, to monitoring our health and making sure we got enough rest each day.

    Our accommodation along the way was all organized and we were well taken care of every day of the trip. We got all the direction we needed as total newcomers – step by step throughout – and Rinji and our porter were great to travel with. Very friendly and lots of local knowledge of nature, history and geography.

    We both couldn’t believe we made Mera Peak, but due to ill health we had to get an airlift down. Rinji organized the helicopter and healthcare very efficiently and in our remaining time we were treated to Buddhist celebrations, a dinner with Rinjis lovely family, and our hotel cost was covered for the remainder of the stay in a fantastic hotel. He was also amazing at organizing anything we needed amazingly quickly and efficiently.

    I have already recommended Rinji to other friends and if I ever return to Nepal I will definitely be back to see Rinji and book a different trek.

    Outside of being a guide and tour operator Rinji is just a great person and was relentlessly friendly and supportive. Always had a smile on his face!

    Thank you for the trip of a lifetime!

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