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Mera Peak Climb

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  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu/Kathmandu
  • Operator Active 12 minutes ago Unique Adventure International
  • Next Departures Jan 21 Jan 22
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Mera Peak Climbing

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Mera Peak Climbing

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  • Next Departures Jan 21 Jan 22
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Mera Peak Climbing Expedition

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  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu/Kathmandu
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15 Days Mera Peak Climbing

  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu/Kathmandu
  • Operator Active 3 hours ago Icicles Adventure Treks
  • Next Departures Jan 21 Jan 22
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Mera Peak Climbing

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  • Operator Nepal Vision Treks
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Mera Peak Climbing

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  • Operator Active 35 minutes ago Advanced Adventures Pvt
  • Next Departures Jan 21 Jan 22
From US$ 2,290 13 days

Mera Peak Climb

About Mera Peak

Mera Peak stands 6,476 metres tall, and is Nepal’s highest trekking peak. Lying in the Solu Khumbu region of Eastern Nepal, this peak features magnificent views of Himalayan giants such as the Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Nuptse. Mera peak itself is actually a collection of three peaks: Mera North at 6,476 m,; Mera Central at 6,461 m, and Mera South at 6,065 m.

After a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, you will directly reach the Khumbu valley, where your exhilarating journey begins. The trek to the peak is fantastic, and is almost as memorable as the climb itself. Weaving your way through the fields, you pass several rhododendron forests and small villages on your way to the mountain. You can stop to chat with the locals and enjoy majestic Himalayan views throughout the journey. 

To climb Mera peak you will need basic ice axe and crampon skills, as a large part of the climb will have you walking up a glacier. Even if you don’t already have the necessary skills, you will easily learn everything you need to know while traversing the bottom of the Mera Glacier. Thus, by the time you need to do some serious climbing, the bottom of the Mera Glacier will have taught you the required skills to reach the summit.

Once reaching Mera Peak Base Camp and after having acclimatized you can begin your ascent. The climb takes three days, and features several glaciers which are mostly gentle but occasionally get steep. 

From atop the peak itself, on a clear day, you’ll get a spectacular view of three of the highest mountains on Earth: Cho Oyu (8201m), Lhotse (8516m), and Everest (8848m). The Kanchenjunga (8586m), although quite far away to the east, is also visible when the weather conditions are right. One thing is for sure: the view from the Mera summit is one you’ll never forget.

Despite physically challenging, Mera is worth every effort because of the absolutely unforgettable view from the summit, as well as the spectacular trek to the mountain itself.

Mera Peak - Quick Facts

  • Climb Difficulty: Little Difficult
  • Climb Duration: 22 Days
  • Max Altitude: 6421 Meters
  • Accommodation: Lodges and Camping
  • Best Season: Mar-May, Oct-Nov
  • Transport To/From Trek: Flight

Mera Peak Itinerary

The following is a rough itinerary. The individual climbing companies will provide you with their customized and detailed itinerary.

Climbing Mera peak will normally take from 19 to 25 days, pending the climbing company’s route and planning.

The trip will start in Kathmandu from where you will fly to Lukla airport in the Solu Khumbu and Everest region. From there you will be trekking for 8-10 days before reaching Mera Peak Base Camp, the starting point of the climb, at an altitude of approx. 5,300 m.

The next few days you will be spending ascending the mountain and ultimately reach the peak at an altitude of 6,421 m.

After the climb you will be trekking back to Lukla airport from where you will fly back to Kathmandu, where the trip will end.

Mera Peak is a great adventure for people who want to experience what real peak climbing is like. It’s an unforgettable adventure and you will receive unforgettable views of mother nature.

Customer Reviews for Mera Peak

5.0 - Excellent Based on 6 reviews
Subimos al Mera Peak gracias a mister Dil Reviewed Tour: Mera Peak Climbing
Jesus At
5 - Excellent
“Como siempre Dil hizo realidad nuestros sueños, nos dejo imaginarnos donde y como lo queriamos hacer y el estuvo desde KTM haciendo que todo fuese facil, economico y seguro. Nunca nos pregunta porque de esta forma , no nos cambia ninguna idea, el solo hace realidad nuestros planes y al final, si es necesario, nos rescata. Gracias Mr Dil, te debemos mucho...”
Mera Peak Climbing December 2016 Reviewed Tour: Mera Peak Climbing
David Ly From United States of America USA At
5 - Excellent
“Mera Peak Climbing in December of 2016 had very good weather and remote for that time of year. We had at least 90% of our lodging to ourselves and met very few people on the trail. I recommend going during the Nov/Dec time since peak time is Sept/Oct and, per my guide, it was overcrowded during that time. Beautiful views of Everest range from the South for at least 3-4 days.”
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Tomasz From Poland At
5 - Excellent
“We wanted Exciting Nepal to organise permits, flight tickets Kathmandu- Lukla and back, no porters (as it was not our first time in this area and we believed we could do that on our own), high altitude guide (as required by government in order to get climbing permit). We climbed it quite fast thanks to good preparation and acclimatisation. We spent only 1 night in the tent above the last temporary village- Khare: from Khare we went to High Camp (skipping Base Camp) and back, then rest day, then to High Camp where we stayed overnight and where we met our guide, and at 1.30 after midnight we woke up (although barely sleeping) and after one hour or so went off towards the summit of Mera Peak we reached on 19th of November 2014, 07.20 am.”
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Jacek Ptasznik From United Kingdom UK At
5 - Excellent
“Great service and unbelievable experience. Highly recommend.”
Mera Peak Reviewed Tour: Mera Peak Climb
Saw From Singapore At
5 - Excellent
“I get the trek to Mera Peak with Unique Adventure. They are so professional in this field and you just leave it to them everything. Staff, porter and guide are so friendly, kind and very helpful. I submit the peak without worry anything. Life was so relaxing during the trekking period. So, I advise you to do so. :) Ya.. Once again, it's Unique adventure. Thank you CEO Mr Khum and all member. Have a great day. :)”
Mera Peak Reviewed Tour: Mera Peak Climb
Anonymous From Spain At
5 - Excellent
“We contracted the services of Unique Adventure International to climb Mera Peak. Our initial intention was, once finished the climb of Mera, go to Hinku valley and cross the Amphu Lapsa to arrive Chukung. Unfortunately, the second part of our trekking was not possible due to the great quantity of snow. Regarding Unique adventure International, we have to say that the service was very good, with a limited price, which makes the relation quality - price excellent. The guide (Sherpa Llacpa) is a very high qualified professional, who knows the route very well, as well as the possible ways of approximation. To come to Honku's valley, we follow an alternative way to Khote, not crossing Chatara pass, which was very beautiful one, despite the bad weather. The rest of the team –Nima, Phuri, Pasang, Norbu, and Tzambo - always with an exemplary behavior. The food has been of sufficient quality and quantity at all time. The manager - Khum Subedi - always bore in mind any suggestion for our part.”
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