Mera Peak Climbing – 18 Days

Group size: 1+ Max-Altitude: 6,476 m
Destination: Nepal
Arrival on: Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) Departure from: Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA)
Meals: Breakfast in Kathmandu and All standard meals (B+L+D) during the Climbing
Best Season: Spring and Autumn
Trip Introduction

Mera Peak Climbing is Located on the planet acclaimed Khumbu/Everest Valley, Mera Peak (6461m) is one of the most elevated trekking peaks amazingly mainstream among climbers. The moving of Mera Peak is viewed as grandly dazzling and energizing voyage. Undertaking on Mera Peak is an unique chance to satisfy one’s fantasies of experience what it resembles to remain of a Himalayan summit.

Ascending Mera Peak Climbing  is nearly challenging  than different mountains. It is in fact testing climb and regularly includes extended lengths of snow and ice sheet strolling. The view from the Mera summit is one of the best in the Himalaya with five 8,000 m tops noticeable incorporate Mt. Everest (8848m), Cho-Oyu (8201m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8463m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), Nuptse (7855m), Chamlang (7319m) and numerous different pinnacles.

In spite of the fact that it is a physically requesting, the mountain is considered reasonable for any individual who is fit and sharp slope walker. Notwithstanding the appeal of Mera Peak climbing, the trek from Lukla to Mera Base Camp investigates a portion of the remote and wild elevated zones of the Hinku valley, south of Mt. Everest.

The best season for climbing Mera Peak is either during spring or pre-winter season. We at Nepal Environmental Treks and Expedition offer you encountered and proficient mountain aides and high elevation climbers to help you in making your endeavor effective. If you don’t mind get in touch with us for further insights concerning bunch flight and climbing prerequisites.

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Outline Itinenary
  • Day 01 :Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu.
  • Day 02 :Free day in Kathmandu for readiness of the excursion.
  • Day 03 : Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2800m.)
  • Day 04 :Trek from Chutanga to Zatrawala Pass (4610m.) to Zatrabok (4704m.) and you camp here.
  • Day 05 :rek from Zatrabok to Kothe (m.) and you camp here.
  • Day 06 :rek from Kothe to Tangnang (4356m.) (Sabal Tsho-Lake) following Hinku Valley (4600m.).
  • Day 07 :Rest day at Thangnang.
  • Day 08 :Trek from Tangnang to Khare (5045m.) takes around five hours.
  • Day 09 :Rest day at Khare.
  • Day 10 :Trek from Khare to Mera La (Pass) (5350m.) and you camp.
  • Day 11 :Trek from Mera La (Pass) to Mera Peak High Camp.
  • Day 12 :Climb Mera Peak and come back to Khare and you camp at Khare.
  • Day 13 :Trek from Khare to Kothe and it takes around eight hours.
  • Day 14 :Trek from Kothe to Zatrabok which takes around six hours.
  • Day 15 :Trek from Zatrabok to Lukla and it takes around six hours.
  • Day 16 :Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu and it takes around 35 minutes.
  • Day 17 :Free day in Kathmandu for shopping or you can go for city visit.
  • Day 18 :Departure

Notes:

  •  All above trekking hours and distances are approximate and it’s absolutely for general ideas only.
  • The above data is a guide and standard layout of what we give. Our trek can be customized at your request to suit your particular necessities
  • Your safety is our supreme concern while engaging with Snowy Dream World. Please note that your leader has the authority to adjust or cancel any part of the itinerary if it is estimated required due to safety issues. Every determination will be made to keep to the above itinerary; though, since this journey involves travelling in remote mountainous areas, we cannot assurance that we will not suffer from it. Weather conditions, health condition, unexpected natural disasters can all affect in the itinerary. The leader will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but please be prepared for the happening if required.

Day 01:Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu.

On your landing in Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be met and invited by our air terminal agent. You will be welcomed customarily with blossom festoons. The agent will at that point take you to your lodging where you will be served welcome beverages. Toward the evening, you can go for a walk around and visit shops, cafés and bars. Remain medium-term at the lodging.

Day 02:Free day in Kathmandu for readiness of the excursion.

Free day in Kathmandu for readiness of the excursion. Checking your climbing equipment’s, and talking about the move with the climbing/trekking guide. Remain medium-term at lodging in Kathmandu.

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2800m.)

After early-morning breakfast, our guide will lift you up from the inn and drive to the local air terminal. Get your ticket and fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2800m.). Trek from Lukla to Chutanga (3050m.), Stay medium-term at cabin.

Day 04:Trek from Chutanga to Zatrawala Pass (4610m.) to Zatrabok (4704m.) and you camp here.

Trek from Chutanga to Zatrawala Pass (4610m.) to Zatrabok (4704m.) and you camp here. You trek soak climb way to cross Zatrawala Pass. From here you can appreciate the marvelous perspectives on Numbur Himal, Kongdi Ri, Karyolang top and numerous different mountains and pinnacles. Presently you stroll along the leveled trail for right around one and half hours and afterward the trail turns downhill and you trek through this plummet way right to Zatrabok. This is campground encompassed by slopes. Remain medium-term at cabin.

Day 05:rek from Zatrabok to Kothe (m.) and you camp here.

Trek from Zatrabok to Kothe (m.) and you camp here. To reach Kothe you trek soak plunge way the whole distance. In transit, you pass woods of juniper, rhododendron and other nearby vegetation. Remain medium-term at hotel.

Day 06:rek from Kothe to Tangnang (4356m.) (Sabal Tsho-Lake) following Hinku Valley (4600m.).

Trek from Kothe to Tangnang (4356m.) (Sabal Tsho-Lake) following Hinku Valley (4600m.). You trek along the bank of waterway and discover shrubbery on the two sides. The way is steady climb and you can appreciate the perspectives on Kusum Kanguru crest and some more. Remain medium-term at hotel.

Day 07:Rest day at Thangnang.

Rest day at Thangnang. This is an acclimatization Day at Tangnag. This will be a rest day to give your bodies a chance to recoup from the previous long periods of climbing. You will unwind and splash up the delightful perspectives on pinnacles and icy masses encompassing the leader of the Hinku Valley. Remain medium-term at hotel.

Day 08:Trek from Tangnang to Khare (5045m.) takes around five hours.

Trek from Tangnang to Khare (5045m.) takes around five hours. Today we will move over (5,000 m.) out of the blue. Our climb up to Khare (5,100m, 16,728ft) is short, however we will take it gradually, with incessant stops to drench up the staggering environment. The trail travels eastbound out of Tangnag along the horizontal moraine of the Dig Glacier. We will respite to scale the moraine for a perspective on the flawless Sabai Tso icy lake. A drop in lake level, brought about by an ongoing crack of the regular dam the held the lake, is plainly noticeable. We will touch base at Khare in the early evening and eat. From Khare, the excellent north face of Mera Peak is on display and Mera ice sheet spills steeply down into the valley. Remain medium-term hold up.

Day 09:Rest day at Khare.

Rest day at Khare. This is an acclimatization day as you can set yourself up for the Mera Peak climb. Remain medium-term stop.

Day 10:Trek from Khare to Mera La (Pass) (5350m.) and you camp.

Trek from Khare to Mera La (Pass) (5350m.) and you camp. Today you will travel a short separation, gradually climbing up onto Mera ice sheet. The trip is at first steep, however straightens out as you achieve the peak of the ice sheet. You will navigate a long level over the icy mass as you advance toward the pass, called Mera La (5,400m, 17,710ft). From here, the perspectives are staggering. Precipice fields delicately stretch out before the pass and you are actually encased by a ring of rugged pinnacles and blue-green icy masses. The rest of the course up to the summit of Mera Peak is plainly unmistakable. Remain medium-term at camp.

Day 11:Trek from Mera La (Pass) to Mera Peak High Camp.

Trek from Mera La (Pass) to Mera Peak High Camp. This day you trek slow climb way the whole distance. This territory is very secured by ice icy mass. The perspectives make you dumbfounded as you can appreciate the Everest, Makalu, and Baruntse, Kusum Kanguru and numerous different mountains and tops in scene. In addition you feel chill by the eminent perspectives on Mera Glacier. Remain medium-term at camp.

Day 12:Climb Mera Peak and come back to Khare and you camp at Khare.

Climb Mera Peak and come back to Khare and you camp at Khare. The move to the summit of Mera begins step by step and much will rely upon snow and general climate conditions. The focal summit will before long show up over the leader of a wide ice sheet flanked by two edges. We climb the focal point of this over open snowfields and evading precipices. The course at that point swings south-east, avoiding beneath and toward the east of the left-hand edge before turning back rightwards towards the fundamental summit edge of Mera. Mera really has three summits; the most elevated is our goal. We achieve this by following an exemplary snow-edge to simply beneath the last divider that monitors the top. This short steep snow slant is effectively climbed however there is a major exertion required to climb this last 50 meters. Your reward, be that as it may, is a sentiment of blissful celebration as you study the wonderful scene from the top. In the wake of taking pictures and appreciating the view, we dive by a similar course back to our campground underneath the Mera La. Remain medium-term at hotel.

Day 13:Trek from Khare to Kothe and it takes around eight hours.

Trek from Khare to Kothe and it takes around eight hours. This day you stroll along the steady drop way going through Tangnang. This is a little town and you discover yak settlement here. To reach Kothe you pursue a similar sort of way. In transit you pass woodlands secured with fir, rhododendron and neighborhood vegetation. Remain medium-term at hotel.

Day 14:Trek from Kothe to Zatrabok which takes around six hours.

Trek from Kothe to Zatrabok which takes around six hours. The trail goes soak up right to Zatrabok. In transit you pass woods and green slopes. Remain medium-term at cabin.

Day 15:Trek from Zatrabok to Lukla and it takes around six hours.

Trek from Zatrabok to Lukla and it takes around six hours. You trek through backwoods of fir, rhododendron, oak, juniper and neighborhood vegetation. The trail you stroll along moves downhill right to Lukla. You can appreciate the perspectives on Numbur Himal, Kongdi Ri, Karyolang top and numerous different mountains and pinnacles. Remain medium-term at cabin in Lukla.

Day 16:Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu and it takes around 35 minutes.

Departure from Lukla to Kathmandu and it takes 35 minutes. You take an early morning trip back to Kathmandu. Remain medium-term at lodging in Kathmandu.

Day 17:Free day in Kathmandu for shopping or you can go for city visit.

Free day in Kathmandu for shopping or you can go for city visit. Remain medium-term at inn in Kathmandu.

Day 18:Departure

According to your flight plan, our airplane terminal agent will exchange you from your inn to the air terminal for your last takeoff.

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Included in the Cost
  • Peak permit.
  • Climbing guide / Sirdar (One climbing guide for 4 climbers)
  • One trekking guide/leader
  • Necessary porters including a cook (some nights will be camping and will require cook and cooking utensils)
  • All meals three times a day during the trek/climb (Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Accommodations in tea-houses (lodges) and some nights for camping
  • Necessary trekking/camping equipment such as tents, mattresses, sleeping bags, down jackets, cooking utensils, etc.
  • Cooking fuel
  • Camping charges
  • Entry permit for Sagarmatha National Park
  • All land transportation (from hotel to airport and from airport to hotel)
  • Flight ticket from Kathmandu to Lukla and from Lukla to Kathmandu with domestic airport tax
  • Insurance and equipment for the climbing & trekking staff
  • First Aid kit
  • 4 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast at 2 start standard hotel
  • Airport pick-up and drop-off services
  • Farewell dinner on the last day
Not Included in the Cost
  • Personal nature expenses.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • All drinks & beverages.
  • Hot shower.
  • Battery charges.
  • Tips.
  • Climbing equipment.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
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