- Climb Mera Peak, officially the highest of Nepal’s 'trekking peaks'
- Enjoy stunning views of five mountains that are over 8,000 meters
- Explore wild, uninhabited and beautiful Hongu and Hinku valleys
- Discover the culture and tradition of the Sherpa people
This peak was first climbed on 20 May 1953 by J.O.M. Roberts and Sen Tenzing. However, the first proper ascent of Mera Peak was made in 1975 by French climbers Marcel Jolly, G. Baus and C. Honnis. The trio mostly followed the same route as Roberts, except for traversing a ridge to reach the summit.
A large number of climbers choose Mera Peak as part of their climbing adventures as well as to enjoy the stunning scenery of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Amadablam and many other snow-capped peaks in the Himalayas.
This trip begins with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, the gateway to Khumbu and the entire Everest region of Nepal. After landing in Lukla, we start our trek over an ascending trail towards untouched and less-crowded valleys. The trail passes through several charming villages, frozen waterfalls, dense forests and farmlands with spectacular scenery.
Allow yourself some time for acclimatization upon reaching Mera Peak Base Camp and prepare for the climb. Fully acclimatized and properly equipped with all the necessary climbing gear, you will then follow an experienced climbing expert and tackle technical sections of the peak as you head towards the summit. Enjoy a panoramic views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Amadablam and many other peaks in the Everest region on reaching the summit.
Spend a while at the summit before following the same route downhill and retrace your steps back to Lukla. Our memorable journey ends with a flight from Lukla back to Kathmandu.
Please note that this Mera Peak climbing trip involves climbing the Central Mera Peak (6,461m). There are two other faces of the peak – North Mera (6,476m) and South Mera (6,064m). We can also operate climbing trips for these faces as per your request. Please do not hesitate to click on the 'Make an Enquiry' button if you have any queries.
Day 1: Arrive at the airport in Kathmandu (1,345m)
Day 2: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 3: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,800m) & trek to Chhutang
Day 4: Trek from Chhuthang to Tuli Kharka (4,100m)
Day 5: Trek from Tuli Kharka to Kothe (4,182m)
Day 6: Trek from Kothe to Thangnak (4,326m)
Day 7: Trek from Thangnak to Khare (5,000m)
Day 8: Rest day in Khare
Day 9: Trek to Mera Base Camp (5,300m)
Day 10: Trek to Mera High Camp (5,700m)
Day 11: Summit Mera Peak (6,461m) and descend to Khare
Day 12: Reserve day in case of bad weather
Day 13: Trek back from Khare to Kothe
Day 14: Trek from Kothe to Tuli Kharka
Day 15: Trek from Tuli Kharka to Lukla via Zatrawala Pass
Day 16: Fly back from Lukla to Kathmandu
Day 17: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 18: International departure from Kathmandu
- Airport arrival and departure transfers by private vehicles. All essential ground transportation by private vehicles
- Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu flight
- 3 nights' stay in Kathmandu. Tea house and camping accommodation during the trek. The accommodation will be on a twin-share basis
- All meals during trek & climb. Breakfasts as per the itinerary during your stay in Kathmandu
- A welcome and a farewell dinner in Kathmandu
- Climbing permits for Mera Peak
- All trekking permits and national park fees as required
- An experienced trekking and climbing guide
- One porter for every two travelers during the trek. One extra porter during the climbing part
- All necessary climbing gear
- Kitchen and camping equipment during the climb
- A first aid kit
- Insurance, clothing and salary of our staff
- All government taxes and necessary paperwork
- International flights to and from Kathmandu
- Travel insurance with high-altitude rescue and evacuation included
- Personal climbing gear
- Hot and cold drinks (including water) as well as hot shower during the trekking section of this trip (all is included in the climbing section of this trip)
- Expenses that are personal in nature like alcoholic drinks and wifi
- Tips & summit bonus for the crew
Thank you so much for your feedback !
We are pleased that you have make mera peak climbing successfully with our Team.
Once again, Thank you so much !!!
With Good Wishes,
Prakash C Devkota
Dear joan plana sola,
Thank you so much for your experience about Mera peak Climbing (6475m) successfully with our Team.
Yes the route as we have recommend is good enough for acclimatization for Mera peak Climbing.
We are always been excited to serve our best to our valuable clients.
We hope to get more opportunity for your adventure Trip to Nepal again.
With Good wishes,
Prakash C Devkota
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Free cancellation up to 60 days prior departure, after which the deposit becomes non-refundable.Other Practical InformationMeals: In general, our package trip of Mera Peak Climbing covers inclusive of all meals – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner during the entire trekking and Breakfast plan in Kathmandu. We will have Dinner and Breakfast in the same tea house/Camp where we spend the night and Lunch will be served en-route since we have to leave our accommodation after breakfast to continue the trek. You can enjoy the taste of varieties of cuisines, like Nepali, Tibetan, Continental, Indian, Italian, etc, by choosing from a menu. During the camping trip, while we are in Mera Peak Base Camp and Mera Peak High Camp, our kitchen team will prepare hygienic food for you. There might not be several choices of food at the camp as in the tea houses and restaurants. This is because our crew has to carry all camping gear and kitchen equipment. However, we will provide as much services and facilities as we can to make your adventure holiday as amazing as possible. Physical condition and experience required: Mera Peak Climbing is a technical adventure activity in Nepal which requires previous trekking experience and technical skills about peak climbing gear for successful summit. The trip is very suitable for adventure motivated trekkers who have the ability to hike through snowy ridges and adventurous trails. Walking in high altitudes increases the chance of high altitude sickness. Therefore, a slow and steady walk is the perfect solution. We suggest every trekker who is planning to come to Nepal for trekking adventure to spend around one hour exercising everyday (jogging, hiking, cycling, gym, etc) for at least two weeks before the trek. Best Season for Mera Peak Climbing: Peak climbing in Nepal is seasonal. Basically, the three autumn months of September, October & November as well as the three spring months of March, April and May are the best times for climbing Mera Peak. The weather is mostly clear, sunny and warm in the Himalayas during this time. Nevertheless, some adventure seekers who do not like a crowded environment choose December, January, and February months for this trip. We suggest that you avoid the monsoon season (June, July and August) as your trip will most likely be ruined by rains during this time. Equipment Required For Climbing: Below is a list of equipment you need for peak climbing. While you need to carry some of these equipment with you, we will provide the rest. You can also buy and rent your personal equipment in Kathmandu. Footwear Trekking boots, thick socks, light socks and camp shoes. Climbing Equipment Ice axe, crampons, harness, carabiners (with lock and normal), eight fingers, jumars, plastic boots, etc. These can all be rented in Kathmandu at reasonable prices. Clothing Down or fibre jackets, waterproof jackets and trousers, sweaters or fleece jackets, warm cotton trousers, shirts and t-shirts, shorts, long underwears, woolen hats, sun hats, gloves, bathing suits and track suits. Other equipment Sleeping bags (4 seasons), down jackets, a day pack, water bottles, sun cream, sunglasses, flashlight with spare bulbs and batteries, a lip salve and gaiters. Additional An insect repellent, toilet articles, notebook and pens, toilet rolls, laundry soap, pocket knife, towel, sewing kit, plasters, binoculars, camera, film, cards and personal medical kit.
- What is the required budget for a trip to Nepal?
Is a visa on arrival available?
Typically, yes. However, in response to the current Covid situation, rules for arriving visitors may change frequently and sometimes without notice. It may be necessary to obtain a tourist visa in your own country before travel. For updated information on visas, please check the Nepal Tourism Board and the Government of Nepal Immigration websites.
Is Asia open for tourists?
Despite the initial fears of the Covid-19 pandemic, most Asian countries have managed to mitigate its effects. As such, many popular destinations throughout the continent are currently open for travelers with precautionary measures like mandatory vaccinations. A few countries, however, require newly arrived travelers to spend a couple of days in quarantine.
As of February 2022, countries like Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia are officially open for vaccinated tourists without the need for quarantine. Meanwhile, India and Indonesia are two of the countries that may require you to quarantine for up to a week on arrival. However, Japan, Vietnam, and Myanmar are yet to open their doors to visitors.
How much will a trip to Nepal cost?
How much you spend in Nepal is largely decided by things you want to do in the country. A 5-day trekking trip in Nepal can start from as little at USD 400 per person. A weekend-long safari in Chitwan National Park is available at less than USD 200.
On average, seven days in Nepal with accommodation and some or all meals included costs anywhere between USD 700 to USD 1500 per person. Good rooms at hotels in Nepal range from USD 25 to over USD 150 per person, per night, while around USD 1.5 a day can buy you three meals in decent restaurants.
- I need personal climbing equipment. Can I rent it from the tour operator?