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Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing

Nepal Peak climbing
Mera high camp
mera camping
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Trip Facts

Duration : 15 Days Max-Altitude : 6,476 m Program Type : tea house / camping Best Season : April- May, Jun- Jul Sep-Oct-Nov Per Day Walking : 5/6 Trek Grade : Grade 4:

This is challenging and technical Trekking, climbing of Nepal, you most have to physically fit and mentally prepare, off the beaten trails, camping or challenging high passes Treks, at this level can he arranged for periods of 18 to 32 days. Typically, a gradual ascent through a green river valley will lead you up to a number of high passes, where you will reach the altitude of 5416m. Often times, you will get a close insight into the Tibetan culture. Participants should expect to trek above 5416m/17872ft. or climbing 6540m.

All price inclusive
$ 2590 $ 2390

Overview

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak has been a popular climbing destination for climbers all over the world who are also beginners. In the Everest region, Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal, and it is located in the largest trekking region in the world. The peak has been a popular destination for mountaineers ever since it was opened. Mera Peak lies in the highest part of the Himalayas, the Mahalangur section which is the northernmost part of Nepal’s Solukhumbu region, the highest point in the world. It is one of the most famous trekking peaks in Nepal and it is home to three of the highest trekking peaks in the country: Mera Central (6,476m), Mera North (6,476m), and Mera South (6,065m).

Climbing Mera Peak is a moderately demanding trekking peak in Nepal, as well as the highest trekking peak in the country. We have designed this itinerary specifically to cater to trekkers, climbers, and adventure lovers who are looking to explore Mera Peak to the fullest. It is from the summit of Mera Peak that we have a magnificent view of the entire Himalayan range.

The climb to Mera Peak has historically been relatively easy given that the trekking programs allow ample time for any reasonably fit individual to reach the summit of this most spectacular of the Nepalese trekking peaks within a reasonable amount of time. The view from Mera Peak is considered to be one of the best in the entire Nepal Himalayas region. We can either hike up to Everest Base Camp via Kongma La or descend to Tengboche via Tengboche as part of our trek. Our journey starts when we cross the Amphu Lapcha Pass and go through the Chhukung Valley. It is recommended to do this Mera Peak Climbing Expedition during the months of September to October and April to June.

The view from Summits

The view from the top of the peak is one of the most spectacular views in the Himalayas. Mount Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga are all visible in the photo above, as well as other Himalayan peaks surrounding them. When traveling from the north, the usual route involves walking on high-altitude glaciers. Even though it may be easy to reach this elevation, weather conditions and snow conditions are, of course, necessary for success and safety to be achieved. There are technical routes available on the west and south faces of the peak. Technically, the ascent is straightforward for experienced climbers, but acclimatization to the high altitude poses the greatest challenge. Mera Peak is a very popular destination, so we Nepal Wilderness trekking Pvt. offer package trip trips to Mera Peak Climbing with a mountaineering experience at a very competitive price. As part of the preparation process for climbing, climbers will also have to participate in altitude training and fitness preparation. It was Mal Duff and Ian Tattersall who made the first ascent of the southwest pillar in 1986.

There are ample rest days included in the Mera Peak expedition itinerary to allow for safe altitude acclimatization to take place. This trek is a moderate to challenging Peak climbing trek at a high altitude that also includes a brief introduction to mountaineering. Despite the expedition’s challenging nature, even experienced climbers may have a challenging time, particularly if they are inexperienced with high-altitude mountaineering. We also arrange this peak climbing if you are coming from Sherpani col pass or hike to Khare by your shelf and hire our team from Khare to summit then also we do this package for you. 

Best Time to Climb Mera Peak

The best time to climb Mera Peak is in late April, May, late September, October, and November. the best months for climbing on Mera Peak are between the months of May and October. When you decide to climb in late March, early April, or late October into November, it is important that you are prepared for colder conditions.

Mera peak package cost

Mera Peak Trekking Cost is $2390 per person, which is considered a reasonable rate offered by Nepal Wilderness Trekking. It is important to note that the fees for a Mera Peak Permit vary from season to season, as set by Nepal Mountaineering Association: Spring is USD$250, Autumn is USD$125, and Winter and Summer are USD$70, as well as the reasonable climbing costs for Mera Peak.

#1: How long does it take to climb Mera Peak?

The normal route of this mountain requires little technical climbing at 6476 meters. Our guided trip lasts 15 days including two summit days.

#2: How difficult is Mera peak?

While climbing Mera peak itself is not very technical and does not consist of steep technical climbs, the high altitude reaching 6461m at the summit makes this a challenging climb. The climb to Mera peak is straightforward compared to other trekking peaks in Nepal.

#3: How do you train for Mera peak?

The Mera Peak Climb requires you to walk 6/7 hours a day. It will be rocky and rough terrain as you walk. You will be trained on how to use ropes, how to walk through glaciers, how to use climbing gear, and all about climbing techniques taught by our climbing guide in khare.

#4: Can you climb Mera Peak without a guide?

Climbing permits can only be obtained by government-registered trekking agencies, not by individual trekkers. The reason is that it is impossible to climb Mera peak without a guide


 

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Fly to Lukla, trek to Paiya (Chutok) 2,800m/9,187ft 5-6 hrs
  • Day 02: Paiya to Panggom 2,846m/9,338ft 5-6 hrs
  • Day 03: Panggom to Ningsow 2,863m/9,394ft 4-5 hrs
  • Day 04: Ningsow to Chhatra Khola 2,800m/9,187ft 7-8 hrs
  • Day 05: Chhatra Khola to Kothe 3,691m/12,110ft 6-7 hrs
  • Day 06: Kothe to Thaknak 4,358m/14,299ft 3-4 hrs
  • Day 07: Thaknak to Khare 5,045m/16,553ft 2-3 hrs
  • Day 08: Khare: Acclimatization and pre-climb training 5,045m/16,553ft
  • Day 09: Khare to Mera High Camp 5,780m/18,964ft     
  • Day 10: Mera High Camp to Summit and back to Khare 6,461m/21,199ft  
  • Day 11: Reserve Day for Contingency 5,045m/16,553ft
  • Day 12: Khare to Kothe 3,691m/12,110ft 4-5 hrs
  • Day 13: Kothe to Thuli Kharka 4,300m/14,108ft 5-6 hrs
  • Day 14: Thuli Kharla to Lukla via Zatrwa La pass 4,600m/15,093ft 6-7 hrs
  • Day 15: Fly to Kathmandu 1,350m/4,429ft            

Cost Included

  • Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu domestic airline tickets
  • Meals on full board Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner during the trek
  • Accommodation on tea houses as per the itinerary
  • Baruntse National Park Entry Permit
  • Trekkers Information Management System TIMS
  • Experienced English speaking, Government licensed holder, and ministry of tourism trained trekking guide
  • Camping in the high Camp during the Peak climbing period.
  • Climbing Rope, Ice screws, Snow anchor.
  • Staff: 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen, one climbing guide and helper  Base Camp Base
  • Insurance for Nepalese teams.
  • Our service charge.
  • Equipment Fees for the climbing guide
  • Climbing peak permit
  • meals in high camp
  • Sleeping bag and Kitbag
  • Guide, and Porter meals, accommodation, salary, and insurance
  • Necessary paper works, all government, and local taxes

Cost Excluded

  • Kathmandu hotel
  • Personal Climbing Gear such as Crampons, Harness, Ice Axe, Screw gears Karabiners
  • climbing boot
  • Emergency Rescue evacuation
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping (Tips) for staffs
  • Services not mentioned in the Services Includes' section (Please ask us if you are confused about any services)

Reviews

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak has been a popular climbing destination for climbers all over the world who are also beginners. In the Everest region, Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal, and it is located in the largest trekking region in the world. The peak has been a popular destination for mountaineers ever since it was opened. Mera Peak lies in the highest part of the Himalayas, the Mahalangur section which is the northernmost part of Nepal’s Solukhumbu region, the highest point in the world. It is one of the most famous trekking peaks in Nepal and it is home to three of the highest trekking peaks in the country: Mera Central (6,476m), Mera North (6,476m), and Mera South (6,065m).

Climbing Mera Peak is a moderately demanding trekking peak in Nepal, as well as the highest trekking peak in the country. We have designed this itinerary specifically to cater to trekkers, climbers, and adventure lovers who are looking to explore Mera Peak to the fullest. It is from the summit of Mera Peak that we have a magnificent view of the entire Himalayan range.

The climb to Mera Peak has historically been relatively easy given that the trekking programs allow ample time for any reasonably fit individual to reach the summit of this most spectacular of the Nepalese trekking peaks within a reasonable amount of time. The view from Mera Peak is considered to be one of the best in the entire Nepal Himalayas region. We can either hike up to Everest Base Camp via Kongma La or descend to Tengboche via Tengboche as part of our trek. Our journey starts when we cross the Amphu Lapcha Pass and go through the Chhukung Valley. It is recommended to do this Mera Peak Climbing Expedition during the months of September to October and April to June.

The view from Summits

The view from the top of the peak is one of the most spectacular views in the Himalayas. Mount Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga are all visible in the photo above, as well as other Himalayan peaks surrounding them. When traveling from the north, the usual route involves walking on high-altitude glaciers. Even though it may be easy to reach this elevation, weather conditions and snow conditions are, of course, necessary for success and safety to be achieved. There are technical routes available on the west and south faces of the peak. Technically, the ascent is straightforward for experienced climbers, but acclimatization to the high altitude poses the greatest challenge. Mera Peak is a very popular destination, so we Nepal Wilderness trekking Pvt. offer package trip trips to Mera Peak Climbing with a mountaineering experience at a very competitive price. As part of the preparation process for climbing, climbers will also have to participate in altitude training and fitness preparation. It was Mal Duff and Ian Tattersall who made the first ascent of the southwest pillar in 1986.

There are ample rest days included in the Mera Peak expedition itinerary to allow for safe altitude acclimatization to take place. This trek is a moderate to challenging Peak climbing trek at a high altitude that also includes a brief introduction to mountaineering. Despite the expedition’s challenging nature, even experienced climbers may have a challenging time, particularly if they are inexperienced with high-altitude mountaineering. We also arrange this peak climbing if you are coming from Sherpani col pass or hike to Khare by your shelf and hire our team from Khare to summit then also we do this package for you. 

Best Time to Climb Mera Peak

The best time to climb Mera Peak is in late April, May, late September, October, and November. the best months for climbing on Mera Peak are between the months of May and October. When you decide to climb in late March, early April, or late October into November, it is important that you are prepared for colder conditions.

Mera peak package cost

Mera Peak Trekking Cost is $2390 per person, which is considered a reasonable rate offered by Nepal Wilderness Trekking. It is important to note that the fees for a Mera Peak Permit vary from season to season, as set by Nepal Mountaineering Association: Spring is USD$250, Autumn is USD$125, and Winter and Summer are USD$70, as well as the reasonable climbing costs for Mera Peak.

#1: How long does it take to climb Mera Peak?

The normal route of this mountain requires little technical climbing at 6476 meters. Our guided trip lasts 15 days including two summit days.

#2: How difficult is Mera peak?

While climbing Mera peak itself is not very technical and does not consist of steep technical climbs, the high altitude reaching 6461m at the summit makes this a challenging climb. The climb to Mera peak is straightforward compared to other trekking peaks in Nepal.

#3: How do you train for Mera peak?

The Mera Peak Climb requires you to walk 6/7 hours a day. It will be rocky and rough terrain as you walk. You will be trained on how to use ropes, how to walk through glaciers, how to use climbing gear, and all about climbing techniques taught by our climbing guide in khare.

#4: Can you climb Mera Peak without a guide?

Climbing permits can only be obtained by government-registered trekking agencies, not by individual trekkers. The reason is that it is impossible to climb Mera peak without a guide


 

  • Day 01: Fly to Lukla, trek to Paiya (Chutok) 2,800m/9,187ft 5-6 hrs
  • Day 02: Paiya to Panggom 2,846m/9,338ft 5-6 hrs
  • Day 03: Panggom to Ningsow 2,863m/9,394ft 4-5 hrs
  • Day 04: Ningsow to Chhatra Khola 2,800m/9,187ft 7-8 hrs
  • Day 05: Chhatra Khola to Kothe 3,691m/12,110ft 6-7 hrs
  • Day 06: Kothe to Thaknak 4,358m/14,299ft 3-4 hrs
  • Day 07: Thaknak to Khare 5,045m/16,553ft 2-3 hrs
  • Day 08: Khare: Acclimatization and pre-climb training 5,045m/16,553ft
  • Day 09: Khare to Mera High Camp 5,780m/18,964ft     
  • Day 10: Mera High Camp to Summit and back to Khare 6,461m/21,199ft  
  • Day 11: Reserve Day for Contingency 5,045m/16,553ft
  • Day 12: Khare to Kothe 3,691m/12,110ft 4-5 hrs
  • Day 13: Kothe to Thuli Kharka 4,300m/14,108ft 5-6 hrs
  • Day 14: Thuli Kharla to Lukla via Zatrwa La pass 4,600m/15,093ft 6-7 hrs
  • Day 15: Fly to Kathmandu 1,350m/4,429ft            

Cost Included

  • Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu domestic airline tickets
  • Meals on full board Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner during the trek
  • Accommodation on tea houses as per the itinerary
  • Baruntse National Park Entry Permit
  • Trekkers Information Management System TIMS
  • Experienced English speaking, Government licensed holder, and ministry of tourism trained trekking guide
  • Camping in the high Camp during the Peak climbing period.
  • Climbing Rope, Ice screws, Snow anchor.
  • Staff: 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen, one climbing guide and helper  Base Camp Base
  • Insurance for Nepalese teams.
  • Our service charge.
  • Equipment Fees for the climbing guide
  • Climbing peak permit
  • meals in high camp
  • Sleeping bag and Kitbag
  • Guide, and Porter meals, accommodation, salary, and insurance
  • Necessary paper works, all government, and local taxes

Cost Excluded

  • Kathmandu hotel
  • Personal Climbing Gear such as Crampons, Harness, Ice Axe, Screw gears Karabiners
  • climbing boot
  • Emergency Rescue evacuation
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping (Tips) for staffs
  • Services not mentioned in the Services Includes' section (Please ask us if you are confused about any services)

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