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Mera Peak (Khongma – tse) climbing - 16 days

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Mera is one of the wildest and less discovered area in the Khumbu Valley though this Valley is well known for the trekkers, climbers and nature lovers from the whole world. Mera Peak 6654m, is very beautiful peak in the region hence,  one of the fabulous attraction for this region. At 6,654 meters Mera Peak has the distinction of being the highest trekking peak of Nepal. Situated in the remote Khumbu region, the trail begins from  Lukla,  the airhead that connects the Everest region.

This trekking expedition to Mera is a rewarding experience. It offers you the opportunity to venture deep into a less visited and unspoiled region of Nepal where the hill sides are still densely forested. Though the Mera peak climb in itself is not really technical,  straightforward approach route with high passes and ice fields give it the feel of a full fledged expedition. The climbers should have experience and knowledge on crevasse if there is snow.

Trip Highlights

Trip Type: Lodge & Camping in package service
Grade: Non Technical, Max. highest - 6476m.
Season: Spring, Fall
Elevation: lowest - 2830m highest - 6476m.
Group Size: 2 pax to 11 pax
Trip Departure Date: Any date of your choice.
Confirmed Group Member/s Min. 2pax
Price: Reasonable, Contact us
Best Months: March, April, May and September, October, November

Day  1: Fly to Lukla (2830m) & trek to Chu Tenga (3500m).
Day  2: Chey Tharwa (4200m).
Day  3: Kothey (3600m).
Day  4: Thagnak (4300m).
Day  5: Rest and acclimatization in Thagnak.
Day  6: Khare (5099m).
Day  7: Mera La (5480m).
Day  8: Rest in Mera La.
Day  9: Mera high camp and return to Mera La.
Day 10: Mera High camp (5800m).
Day 11: Summit Mera and back to BC.
Day 12: Kothe.
Day 13: Chhetarphu.
Day 14: Chey Tharwa.
Day 15: Lukla.
Day 16: Lukla fly to Kathmandu by flight.

*Note: For detailed itinerary description contact us.

  • Permits – Mt. Peak fees and National Park entry fee,
  • Logistics – camping equipments; tents, mattresses, utensil,sleeping bag , duffle bag and  three meals a day;  breakfast, lunch & dinner, climbing equipments – rope, snow bars, screws, sleeping bag, dufle bag etc.

  • Support Staff -  climbing guide, cook, porters, equipment allowance & insurance for Nepali staff,
  • Transfers – overland transportation to & fro trek start/complete points,
  • Emergency Service -  assistance for travel/rescue arrangements  and
  • Agency's service charge. 

  • Flights,
  •  Aerated  & alcoholic drinks,
  •  Your medical and rescue insurance,
  •  Personal climbing gears, equipments,
  •  Tips,
  •  Other expenses of your personal nature and
  •  Any other not stated as inclusive.