Mera Peak Climbing
- Summit the highest trekking peak in Nepal, Mera Peak
- Gain striking views of the Himalayan Mountain range
- Trek through beautiful forests, traditional villages and amazing landscapes
The Mera Peak Climb is a great transition from trekking to mountaineering. It is rated as PD (“peu difficile” or “slightly difficult”) on the International French Adjectival System (IFAS). It requires little technical skills. The climb to Mera Peak begins with a trek from Lukla near Mt. Everest. From Lukla, the expedition passes through villages and forests eventually leading to black mountain ridge (“kalo himal”) and Hinku valley with its beautiful surrounding forest. Above Hinku valley, the surroundings are glaciers with snow and rocks where Mera Base Camp resides. After summiting Mera Peak, the adventure returns to Lukla then Kathmandu.
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu meet guide and check into hotel.
Day 02: Prepare for Mera Peak.
Day 03: Travel to Lukla and trek to Chutanga. -04 hrs, 3,430 m / 11,253 ft
Day 04: Trek to Tuli-Kharka. -06 hrs, 4,300 m / 14,107 ft
Day 05: Trek to Mousum-Kharka. -04 hrs 3,691 m / 12,110 ft
Day 06: Trek to Thagnag. -05 hrs, 4,360 m / 14,304 ft
Day 07: Acclimate in Thagnag and go on local hikes.
Day 08: Trek to Mera Base Camp. -04 hrs, 5,300 m / 17,388 ft
Day 09: Trek and climb to High camp. -04 hrs, 5,780 m / 18,958 ft
Day 10: Summit Mera Peak. -08 hrs, 6,461 m / 21,197 ft
Day 11: Spare day for inclement weather
Day 12: Trek to Khothey. -06 hrs, 3,600 m / 11,811 ft
Day 13: Trek to Thuli Kharka. -06 hrs, 4,200 m / 13,780 ft
Day 14: Trek to Lukla – 07 hrs, 2,860 m / 9,383 ft
Day 15: Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to respective hotels.
Day 16: In Kathmandu free day with an optional sightseeing tour.
Day 17: International departure homeward bound.