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Mera Peak Climbing – 18 Days Expedition

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Are you searching for an adventurous and easy peak to start your climbing journey? Mera Peak is a popular peak for beginners. It is one of the trekking peaks with beautiful and adventurous tracks yet adventurous.

Reaching the maximum altitude of 6476 meters, Mera Peak offers you a great view of the neighboring peaks and some beautiful glaciers along the way. You will get the chance to summit the three peaks of the region: Mera North (6476 m), Mera Central (6476 m), adn Mera South (6065 m).

The 18 days Mera Peak climbing expedition is a great opportunity for beginner climbers to learn about the climbing experience. Being a non-technical climb, it is easy for all normal trekkers to reach the summit of Mera Peak.

Our 18 days Mera Peak climbing itinerary starts with your arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Transferring you to the hotel for a nice rest after all the procedures are our top priority.

The climbing expedition takes you through a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. You can enjoy your 30 minutes flight with the beautiful views of the mountains and the landscapes. Your trek will start as soon as you land in Lukla. Walking down the trekking trails from Lukla to Puyan, you will see the beautiful Magnolia trees. Resting at Puyan for the day, you will go to Pangum and head towards Ningsow at 3100 meters.

Spending the night in Ningsow, you will trek towards Chhetra Thanga the next day.you will enjoy many beautiful landscapes as you head towards Kothe from Chhetra Thanga. The trekking trails further lead you to Khare passing through Thangnak. Reaching the settlement at Khalre at the altitude of 4900 meters, you should slow down your pace and take proper breaks.

Reaching the Mera La glacier at 6415 meters, you will head back to Khare for acclimatization. Slowly you will start your climb to the High Camp at 5800 meters passing through the base camp of Mera Peak. Finally making the climb to the summit of Mera Peak at 6476 meters, you will head back to Khare. After achieving the accomplishment of reaching the summit, you will head back to Lukla via Zatrwa La Pass and fly back to Kathmandu.

Highlights

  • Reach the peak of Mera Peak, one of the highest trekking peak in Nepal
  • Explore the three main peaks of Mera Peak: Mera South (6065 m), Mera Central (6476 m) and Mera North (6476 m)
  • Enjoy the mesmerizing views of the neighboring peaks like Mt. Everest, Lhotse adn Cho Oyu
  • Explore and experience the lifestyle and culture of the remote areas of the Everest Region
  • Beautiful views of the glaciers and the remote villages
  • Great experience for beginners

Best time for Mera Peak Climbing

Choosing the best time for any trip is one of the most important things to consider for a fun and exciting trip. So while choosing your dates for climbing Mera Peak, you should find the best time for the climbing Mera Peak expedition as well. So what is the best time for Mera Peak climbing?

The Autumn season is considered to be the best time for trekking and peak climbing in the region. It is recommended by professional trekkers and climbers. The months of September through to November is considered to be the best time for climbing Mera Peak. With clear skies and beautiful views, it is favorable for long-distance and high altitude climbs. Also, the weather and temperature are favorable for trekking and climbing.

Another great time for climbing Mera Peak is the spring season. With the beautiful green forests and hills along with clear views of the mountains, spring is great for trekking. The months from March to May have great weather and moderate temperature favorable for trekking.

Food and Accommodation

Mera Peak lies in the remote lands and the trekking routes are more remote than other trekking routes. Half of the trip will be climbing which means camping in locations with no civilizations. Your accommodation for the half of the trek will be in comfortable twin sharing bedrooms in tea houses. The rooms will be clean and comfortable for your use with the attached bathrooms.

However, as you advance to higher altitudes, the lack of civilization will have us camping in the stops. You will experience the best camping experience in Mera Peak Climbing with beautiful views and the chilly mornings. Camping does not mean poor accommodations. You will be provided with quality tents and the crew will provide you necessary food. You are advised to bring warm sleeping bags that can endure low temperatures as the nights are cold.

As for the food, the places with civilization provides you with a wide range of food. You will be provided with meals three times a day. A properly balanced meal will be provided to you throughout the trek. When the camping starts, our crew will be prepared. You will be provided with a proper balam\nced meal prepared by our cooking crew even during the camping and climbing period.

Mera Peak Climbing Difficulties

Being a climb to the altitude of 6476 meters, there are bound to be some obstacles along the way. These difficulties don’t mean you can’t complete the trek. You can always complete the trek and overcome these difficulties with willpower and preparation. So here are some Mera Peak climbing difficulties you will have to overcome on the trip.

Altitude sickness

Altitude sickness is one of the main difficulties you may face while climbing Mera Peak. Reaching an altitude above 6000 meters is not easy. Going above an altitude of 3500 meters has a chance of altitude sickness. So it is obvious that the chances of getting altitude sickness at an altitude of over 6000 meters are high. Altitude sickness is caused due to the changes in the altitude and your body not being able to adapt. So you should take proper breaks and acclimatize to avoid altitude sickness.

Trekking routes

Unlike the normal treks in the Everest Region, Mera Peak climbing takes you to the summit of one of the highest peaks. So the trekking routes are difficult and rougher. Climbing the peak is not easy. There are many steep climbs and slippery icy rocks. You should be very careful while making your ascend or descend.

Weather and temperature

Reaching higher altitudes, the weather can be very unpredictable. So it is always wise to be fully prepared for any situation. Trekking in the Autumn and Spring season reduces the chances of sudden weather changes. However, nothing is certain so you must always be careful. Also, trekking in the summer or winter can cause other problems of temperature so choose the time to trek wisely.

Physical and Mental Preparation

18 days Mera Peak climbing expedition is not an easy task. Especially when you are used to living in a modernized society with many services. Living in remote areas with limited access to technology can take a toll on your mental health. If you want to complete the Mera Peak climbing successfully, you should be fully prepared mentally and physically. You must build your stamina to walk long distances for 18 days during the trek.

Food and accommodation

For someone living in a foreign country with their own taste in food and accommodation services, this can be difficult. Your accommodation will be in a tea house with a shared room. And the food choices decrease as you make your way in the higher altitude. So be sure to prepare yourself to adapt to the food and the accommodation services of the trek.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and Transfer to the hotel.

Day 02: Exploration and arrangement for the trek.

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Puyan.

Day 04: Trek from Puyan to Pangum.

Day 05: Trek from Pangum to Ningsow.

Day 06: Ningsow to Chhetra Thanga trek.

Day 07: Trek from Chhetra Thanga to Kothe (Mosom Kharka).

Day 08: Trek from Kothe (Mosom Kharka) to Thangnak

Day 09: Trek from Thangnak to Khare.

Day 10: Trek from Khare to Mera La and back to Khare for Acclimatization

Day 11: Trek from Khare to Mera La and Climb To High Camp and Return Down to Base Camp.

Day 12: Trek from Base Camp to High Camp

Day 13:Summit Mera Peak and trek back to Khare.

Day 14: Reserve Day for Contingency

Day 15: Trek from Khare to Kothe

Day 16: Trek from Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Day 17: Trek from Thuli Kharla to Lukla via Zatrwa La pass.

Day 18: Fly to Kathmandu.

Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and Transfer to the hotel.

Our Mera Peak Climbing expedition starting with your arrival in Kathmandu. As you land at the Tribhuvan International Airport, your journey has already begun to reach the summit of Mera Peak.

Reaching the airport, you will continue down to finish your Visa application procedures. You can get your arrival Nepali Visa within a few hours. You will need all the important documents with you and the fee for the Visa application. As soon as you have your tourist visa, we can carry on our expedition.

You will be transferred to the hotel in Kathmandu as soon as all the procedures are completed. Resting and relieving yourself of your jet lag, you will spend the night at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 02: Exploration and arrangement for the trek.

The second day of our Mera Peak climbing itinerary is an exploration day for you and arrangement day for us. You can take this day to explore the Kathmandu Valley. Enjoy the day experiencing the lifestyle and culture of the people of the valley. Also, get some last-minute shopping done for the trek.

Spending a day in Kathmandu is so hard as there is so much for you to do and so little time. So let us start with a short sightseeing tour. You can enjoy the beautiful historical and cultural buildings and sites in Kathmandu.

Shopping in the street markets in Kathmandu is another great and unique experience. Also, food hunting in Kathmandu is a great way to explore Kathmandu. The small street food stalls and the cultural food in Kathmandu is to die for.

So choose your way of having fun in Kathmandu and enjoy the day exploring as we arrange for the trek tomorrow.

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Puyan.

Maximum Altitude: 2,820 m

Trekking Duration: 5-6 hours

Flight Duration: 30 minutes

Today we shall finally set for our trekking destination. After a warm breakfast, we shall head to the airport to board on our flight to Lukla. The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla takes around 30 minutes. With beautiful views of the landscapes of the city to slowly the landscapes of the mountains and the remote areas. The flight is basically 30 minutes of bliss to scenic view lovers.

Reaching Lukla, we will now start our trek. Starting from Lukla, we shall head towards Puyan at the altitude of 2820 meters. The trekking trails from Lukla to Puyan is a beautiful trail that leads you to the small remote settlement at Puyan. Being one of the remote routes and the remote trails, the trails are rough and beautiful. Untouched by modernization, you can enjoy the remote trekking trails. You can see the lush green forests with Magnolia trees and many rivers along the way.

Witnessing the beautiful views of the Cho Oyu and other peaks in the region, you will reach the small settlement at Puyan after trekking for 5-6 hours. You will spend the night at a tea house in Puyan.

Day 04: Trek from Puyan to Pangum.

Maximum Altitude: 3100 m

Trekking Duration: 4-5 hours

Starting your day with great views of the Cho Oyu peak, you will now leave Puyan. Climbing to the Khari La Pass from Puyan, you will head towards Pangum. At the altitude of 2860 meters, Khali La Pass provides you with the best views of the mountains above the clouds. It will take a 1 and half hour climb from Puyan to get to the Khari La Pass.

Crossing the pass, a short descend will take you to a small settlement where we will have our lunch. With a full belly and energy, we will set off to Pangum. A short trek of around 2 or 3 hours will get us to our destination for the day. We will sleep at Pangum at a tea house.

Day 05: Trek from Pangum to Ningsow.

Maximum Altitude: 3,100 m

Trekking Duration: 4-5 hours

We will start our day with fresh air from the Pangum as we sip our morning tea. After having a fulfilling breakfast, we will now head to the settlement at Ningsow.

The trek today takes us for a short climb to the hill at Pangum La at the altitude of 3010 meters. Crossing the beautiful settlement of Inkhu Valley, we will head towards Bhumse. Bhumse is a small village which is almost at the end of the civilization on our trail. Passing this beautiful valley, we will now head towards Ningsow. After a 3 hours walk from Bhumse, you will reach Ningsow. We will stay at a tea house in Ningsow for the night.

Day 06: Ningsow to Chhetra Thanga trek.

Maximum Altitude: 3,300 m

Trekking Duration: 5-6 hours

Today, we shall head towards Chhetra Thanga. The trekking trails from Ningsow to Chhetra Thanga takes you through the off beaten tracks. You will have many climbs and descends along the way.

Walking through the dense forest with beautiful views of the mountains passing through the Inkhu Khola Valley. You will reach the beautiful Chhetra Thanga. The V-shaped Valleys along the western edges of the trail is a beautiful sight to see. We shall camp at the Chhetra Thanga hill for the night.

Day 07: Trek from Chhetra Thanga to Kothe (Mosom Kharka).

Maximum Altitude: 3,691 m

Trekking Duration: 4-5 hours

Our next destination is the Mosom Kharka also known as Kothe. Starting from Chhetra Thanga, you can take a short climb and reach the best viewpoint of the area. You can enjoy the beautiful views of the Mera Peaks along with the villages you just passed.

Walking ahead to the Mosom Kharka, you will walk through the untouched forests with tall pine, lichen, and rhododendrons. The peaceful environment of the trekking trails combined with beautiful views is paradise. Soon, you will reach the end of the forest and see the beautiful Inkhu Khola. Walking towards the river, you will make a small descent, passing the river, you will come to small pasture land with yaks and small huts for spending the night.

Day 08: Trek from Kothe (Mosom Kharka) to Thangnak

Maximum Altitude: 4,200 m

Trekking Duration: 5-6 hours

We are closing in on our destination. Today, we will head towards Thangnak at an altitude of 4200 meters. Reaching the 4000 meters altitude, you should be careful with your pacing and breaks. Staying hydrated is a great way to avoid altitude sickness.

Heading towards Thangnak, you will see a change in the scenery than you did before. You will be in the shadow of the Mera Peak in the west while Peak 43 being at the head of the beautiful valley ahead. Slowly we will walk towards Thangnak with the Mera Peak at our backs. Reaching Thangnak, we will set camp and rest for the next day with more adventures to come.

Day 09: Trek from Thangnak to Khare.

Maximum Altitude: 4,900 m

Trekking Duration: 6-7 hours

Today, we have an interesting adventure ahead of us. We shall head towards Khare leaving the beautiful Thangnak. The trekking trail from Thangnak to Khare takes you across the magnificent Dig Glacier. Passing through the Dig Glacier, you will need to climb the moraine. The trails are steep but it is an easy climb.

Crossing the glacier, we will come to a pasture land at Dig Kharka. Crossing a stream from Dig Kharka, we will reach Khare finally after 5 hours of trekking. There, you will see the beautiful views of the Mera North.

Day 10: Trek from Khare to Mera La and back to Khare for Acclimatization

Maximum Altitude: 5,415 m

Trekking Duration: 5-6 hours

Leaving Khare, we will head towards Mera La at the altitude of 5415 meters. With beautiful views of the glaciers, we shall head towards Mera La using the moraines of the Mera Glacier. The route to Mera La is filled with twists and turns on the narrow steep trails.

Using the tiny trails in the glacier moraines we will reach Mera La. After exploring the beautiful glacier and the nearby views, we will head back to Khare. Tonight we will stay at Khare for acclimatization. Acclimatization is very important during our Mera Peak climbing expedition. So stay put and rest up so your body can adapt to the high altitudes.

Day 11: Trek from Khare to Mera La and Climb To High Camp and Return Down to Base Camp.

Maximum Altitude: 5,800 m

Trekking Duration: 7-8 hours

Today we shall head back to Mera La through the same routes. Mera La is a short climb and now that we have already explored the area, it will be easy to pan out. Reaching Mera La at 5415 meters, we will rest for a while. Taking short breaks, we will head to the High Camp at the altitude of 5800 meters. Acclimatizing at Mera La is very important to avoid any altitude sickness.

Staying at High Camp is not suitable as there might be chances of altitude sickness. So we shall head back to Base Camp. Our crew will establish a base camp at the foot of the glacier at the altitude of 5100 meters. So we shall head back to the base camp and camp for the night.

Day 12: Trek from Base Camp to High Camp

Maximum Altitude: 5,800 m

Trekking Duration: 5-6 hours

Climbing high altitude peaks should be taken slowly and one step at a time. Today, we shall finally head towards the high Camp and stay the night at the High Camp. Yes, we shall spend the night near the 6000 meters altitude at High Camp.

Following the same trails as before, we shall head back to the High Camp. Now that you have more knowledge and experience, this will be a piece of cake. The views from the High Camp are mind-blowing. The views of the glacier along with the peaks like Everest, Makalu, and Lhotse are stunning from High Camp. Tonight we will set camp and spend the night at the High Camp.

Day 13:Summit Mera Peak and trek back to Khare.

Maximum Altitude: 6,476 m

Trekking Duration: 8-9 hours

Today is the big day. Today is the day we will summit Mera Peak. The climb to the summit of Mera Peak starts early at 2 am. Climbing through the snow-covered mountain, we will head to the summit of the Mera Peak. navigating through the tiny crevasses and the cold snow, you will slowly climb the steep ice walls. Your guides will guide you and help you climb the peak.

At first sunrise, you will soon see the peak. By the end of the full sunrise, you will be at the top of the Mera Peak. enjoying the beautiful views of the sunrise and the neighboring peaks and the landscapes. You will finally achieve your goal for the trek.

After admiring the magnificent views and the accomplishment you have achieved, you will head down to Khare. The descent is quite easy and won’t take long. Heading down to Khare, you will spend the night at Khare.

Day 14: Reserve Day for Contingency

Today is a contingency day. If there are any problems that delay our plans, today will be used for achieving your goals. If there are no problems we will continue on your descent back to ensign our trip.

Day 15: Trek from Khare to Kothe

Maximum Altitude: 4,900 m

Trekking Duration:4-5 hours

Now we shall make our way back to Kothe. Retracing our steps on the same trekking trails we made our ascent, we will return. The 4-5 hours trek back to Kothe will be beautiful as it was on our ascent. The descent will take shorter than the ascent. But watch for steps. We will spend the night at Kothe at a tea house.

Day 16:trek from Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Maximum Altitude: 4,300 m

Trekking Duration: 5-6 hours

Our next destination on our way back is Thuli Kharka. It is at an altitude of 4300 meters. So you will have to make a short climb. The trekking trail to Thuli Kharka from Kothe is filled with uphill and downhills. Making your way past the climbs, you will come across many tributaries of the Inkhu Khola for you to cross.

A short walk from Kothe, you will see a Chorten as you make your way downhill. Passing another Chorten on your way up the steep climb, you will reach Thuli Kharka. You will stay the night in Thuli Kharka.

Day 17: Trek from Thuli Kharla to Lukla via Zatrwa La pass.

Maximum Altitude: 4610 meters

Trekking Duration: 6-7 hours

Today you will head back to Lukla from Thuli Kharka. The trekking trials form Thuli Kharka to Lukla passes through Zatrwa La Pass at the altitude of 4610 meters. You will have to make an uphill climb to Zatrwa La Pass to reach Lukla.

The view from the pass is eccentric. You will love the view of the landscapes and the mountains. Also, the trekking trails are filled with lush forests and beautiful flora and fauna. You will finally make your way down from Zatrwa La Pass and reach Lukla after 6-7 hours of trekking. Spending the night at Lukla, our trek will soon come to an end.

Day 18: Fly to Kathmandu.

Maximum Altitude: 1400 m

Flight Duration: 30 minutes

Today marks the end of our Mera Peak expedition. As we board our flight from Lukla to Kathmandu, we will end our amazing Mera Peak Climbing trek. The 30 minutes flight will be a much more meaningful flight as you have already been to the landscapes you see from the flight. As you reach Kathmandu, our journey together will end with beautiful memories and great achievements.

Trip Cost US$ 2125 Per person
Cost Includes:
  • Two night Deluxe hotel in Kathmandu on B/B
  • Flight from Kathmandu- Lukla- Kathmandu for the member and crews.
  • Climbing peak permit and one climbing guide (Sherpa)
  • National Park entrance permit
  • All Ground transport as per the itinerary.
  • All three Meals ( Breakfast , Lunch  during the trek and camping).
  • Accommodation in lodge during the trek, basic camping arrangement during climbing.
  • Porters to carry member baggage 15 to 18 kg per person.
  • Accident insurance for staffs.
  • A Trekking and climbing map
  • Emergency rescue arrangement if incase , pay by your travel insurance. in worst case only.
  • Sleeping ,bag down jackets if you do not have your own, to be returned after the trip.
  • medical kit box with normal medicine.
  • Seasonal Fruits.
  • Medical supplies, first aid kit box, including Oximeter and pulse meter checker.
  • An arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service (paid by your Travel Insurance company). If in case. Worst case only.
  • Sleeping bag, down Jacket, Duffel bag and walking Poles (if you don’t have your own, to be returned after trip completed).
  • Route map.
  • All our government taxes.
  • Official expanse.
Cost Excludes:
  • Personal clothing.
  • personal climbing equipment ( 150 USD ) per person
  • Personal accident insurance, emergency evacuation cost, oxygen, medical box.
  • Alcoholic beverage, laundry and tips.
  • Extra night Hotel accommodation and sightseeing tour in Kathmandu (available as per your choice)

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FAQs

1. What is the highest altitude you will be climbing to?

The highest altitude you will be climbing to is the altitude of 6476 meters at the Mera North Peak.

2. How can I avoid altitude sickness?

Altitude sickness arises when your body can’t adjust with the changing altitude. So you must properly acclimatize as you gain altitude and take proper breaks. Staying hydrated is also an important step to avoiding altitude sickness. Having a proper diet and taking proper breaks is a must. Also, avoiding alcoholic drinks and smoking is also proven to be very helpful.

3. What is the best time for climbing Mera Peak?

The best time for attempting the Mera Peak climb is the months of September to November during Autumn Season. Also, the months of March to May is a great time in the spring for you to go to Mera Peak. The clear views adn the weather along with the favorable temperature makes your trip a lot better.

4. How difficult is the Mera Peak expedition?

Mera Peak expedition is one of the easy climbing expeditions in Nepal. It is one of the most sought out peaks for beginners. Without any technical portions, it is the perfect peak for beginners to learn climbing and hone their skills. There are some difficulties during the trek but you can always overcome these with proper preparation.

5. How much do I need to tip the staff?

Yes, the staff expect you to tip them for their services. You can tip them 10 percent of their total charge as a tip.

6. What happens in case of an emergency?

In case of any emergencies, you should first inform the guide or the one in charge of the group. You will be immediately escorted to the nearest medical facility for immediate treatment. You will be rescued via helicopter emergency rescue if you are in higher altitudes.

7. Do I need travel insurance?

Yes, you need travel insurance for any high altitude trek or climb. In case of any emergencies, your travel insurance will be responsible for any rescue operations. Without travel insurance, your rescue charges will be a mess to handle.

8. Do I need to buy all the climbing gear and equipment?

You will need to prepare your personal gear like boots and other miscellaneous gear. As for the other climbing gear, you can rent them from the company itself if you don’t want to buy them.

9. Will I get a refund if I cancel my trip?

You will be refunded 80 percent of the trip costs if you inform the company before the trip date. You will not be refunded after the departure of the trip.

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Mera peak summit

Great organization and planning for our trekking. The itinerary was really suitable for us to have more chance of acclimatization and summit successfully. Our guide suman still was amazing and supported us a lot on the trail.
We went in very early season of climbing so the weather was not pretty good. But we made it very well

TrungDo2209, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Trekking

I did my trek to Mera with Exciting Nepal. From asking for information till I arrived in Kathmandu, everything was well arranged and queries were answered promptly via emails by Mr Subash. The trek was pleasant but tough. Guide Singanam was patient and helpful. Mr Subash is very helpful and supportive when i needed assistance in Lukla. Everything was arranged without worries , no question asked ! And I truly appreciate his kindness and understanding . I will strongly recommend my friends to join any treks or holiday with this company. As it will make any holidays a memorable one.

Stella, Singapore

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  • Trekking Destination: 16 days
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  • Total Days: 18 days
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