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Mera Peak Climbing

Published Date: 2020-07-06

Mera Peak (6,476m) is one of the most popular and highest (6,476m) among the NMA’s trekking peaks in Nepal. It’s also a perfect peak to learn basic mountaineering skills before attempting big mountains. The ascent of the Mera peak does not require as much technical expertise in comparison to many other trekking peaks however a high-level fitness is mandatory to ascent this peak. Mera Peak is also an ideal peak for mountaineering training courses which also includes glacier walk during the climb. The view of Nepal's Himalayan range from the summit of Mera peak is incredible. In order to reach the summit of Mera peak, you must be physically fit and thoroughly acclimatized to the mountain climate.
The trip is combined with trekking into Barun valley. It’s completely quiet and crowd free area for trekking through the forest and remote Sherpa villages which takes you into the deep of Himalayas beauty. The teahouses along the way are pretty much basic however the hospitality of the locals is simply the best.      
Our trekking begins with a spectacular mountain flight to Lukla (gate way of Everest region). We slowly make our way south through the terraced fields that line the Dudh Kosi to Puiyan and on to Pangom. Our gradual acclimatization program means we will stop at the hamlet of Niumso and use a gorgeous bamboo-surrounded forest camp at Chetra-Tenga before heading up to the village of Khote. This first section is over good trails through varied country. Some of the trekking trail in this area has only been opened few years back and must have taken a mammoth effort to build, with stairs and terraces that skirt waterfalls and bluffs.
As we approach the tiny village of Tagnag, At Tagnag, we spend an extra day for rest and acclimatization. We take the opportunity to do a side trip from Tagnag, perhaps a day walk on the flanks of Mt. Kusum Kanguru to help our bodies acclimatize. A trail over the old flood outflow from Lake Sabai-Tsho and pass an underground river leads us to a yak pasture and up to Khare. Rocky outcrops, moraine ridges and stunning side valleys allow us some further days of exploration and acclimatization. At Khare/Mera La Camp, we do some basic training on rope and play with some climbing gears as a pre-training camp. Next day we climb straight to high camp (5,780m) and go for final summit push on Mera Peak the next day very early morning and possibly descent all the way down to Khare. We have a spare day on our itinerary for any emergency purpose, and finally 3 days -trek out to Lukla via Zatra La and fly back to KTM.
Trip Summary
Trip Code: DHA –NTP/MP/20
Grade: Tough
Best months of the year: April, May, October and November
Trip duration: 20 days
Trek only duration: 11 days/nights   
Climbing Period: 3 days
Accommodation: Mostly Tea houses and few nights on camping
Hotel Accommodation: 4 nights twin sharing BB basis  
Maximum elevation: 6,476m
High Lights of the Trek & Climb:
  • Trekking through forest and remote villages with no crowds
  • Develop high altitude expedition skills, build a foundation for big mountains
  • Stunning views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho-Oyu and Kanchenjunga etc.  
  • Trek and climb with friendly and famous Sherpa Guides
Mera Peak Climbing Cost – 2020 and 2021:
Our Mera Peak Climbing cost for 2020 and 2021 has been already published on our website. Our cost is reasonably cheaper and affordable however we deliver the highest quality services in the industry. We provide most experienced Sherpa Guide to achieve your goal safety. Our full board support expedition cost for 2020 is USD 3,050.00 and 2021 is USD 3,100.00 per/person. For detail information of the trip, please visit our website:
Trekking and Climbing Itinerary
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel and briefing
Day 02: Tours in KTM, gear checking and fitting and packing
Day 03: Fly to Lukla begin trek Puiyan (2,780m) 
Day 04: Trek Pangom (2,800m) 
Day 05: Trek Niumso (2,600m)
Day 06: Strenuous trek Chetra-Tenga forest camp (3,400m)
Day 07: Moderately strenuous day Khote (4,180m)
Day 08: Trek to Tagnag (4,356m)
Day 09: Acclimatization: Kusum Khanguru-Ri (5,100)
Day 10: Trek to Khare (5,045m)
Day 11: Short steep walk to Mera La (5,415m) for pre-training on rope and gears etc. and return to Khare for overnight stay
Day 12: Climb to to High Camp (5,780m), 6-7hrs  
Day 13: Summit day back to Khare (5,415m) 8-10hrs  
Day 14: Spare summit day, Khare (5045m)
Day 15: Trek out Khote (4,180m)
Day 16: Trek out Tulli-Kharka (4000m)
Day 17: Trek over Zatra La pass & down Lukla (2800m)
Day 18: Fly to Ktm by early morning flight
Day 19: Free day in Kathmandu & celebration dinner at night
Day 20: Final departure to home


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