Mera Peak Climbing

  • Duration 18 Days
  • Trip Grade F (french And Swiss Alpine Classification) And Usa 5.1 To 5.4
  • Destination Nepal
  • Start/End Kathmandu
  • Style Lode Trek/ Camping Climbing
  • Group Size 2+
  • Max Altitude 6475.00m/21243ft
  • Best Time March-May and September- November
All Inclusive PriceUS $2599US $2799
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1 - 1 PaxUS $2799
2 - 4 PaxUS $2699
5 - 9 PaxUS $2599
10 - 20 PaxUS $2499
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  • Enjoy the adventure on top Mera Peak one of highest trekking peaks in Nepal
  • Explore the hidden country of Inkhu valley enclosed within high mountain range
  • Exciting walks with glorious scenery to Mera peak base camp and on climb
  • Adventure on least ventured areas away from main flow of trekkers and villages
  • Within serene wilderness of lovely enchanting forest and high snow-capped peaks
  • Super panorama of Everest and eastern Himalaya range from the top o Mera Peak

‘great super adventure on one of highest trekking peaks of Nepal Himalaya’

Mera Peak is one of the most popular and the highest trekking peaks in Nepal.Mera Peak Climbing Adventure Trek takes you into the landscapes of mosaic ecosystems. Adorned with sheer wilderness it glorifies the hidden Hingku and Hongu valleys. It is extremely close to the Baruntse and Makalu mountain range within the Sagarmatha National Park.

Climbing Mera peak itself is not very technical and doesn't consist of a steep technical climb.But due to its high altitude range of 6461m at the summit invariably makes this a challenging climb for climbers around the world. Mera Peak is an amazing climbing experience that offers stunning mountain views, idyllic villages, forests, ancient culture, beautiful landscapes and many more.

Mera Peak climbing adventure trek comprises five of the world’s highest 8,000m mountains. It takes you off the beaten tracks that are very popular among trekkers for climbing.It is a perfect and an ideal peak for all interested trekkers and beginners for trying hands on mountaineering.

Mera Peak Climb is graded as ‘F’ means “Facial Easy” taken from popular French and Swiss Alpine Climbing Classification Systems. This grading is accepted  world-wide whereas in the USA it equals 5.4 and 5.5 which means climbing on steep sections with large handholds. This means it is suitable for beginners with low angle to vertical terrain, basic to intermediate rock climbing skills required.

To scale it the climbers do require good climbing equipment.It involves crossing of high and difficult passes at times. Also if there is heavy snowfall or any kind of open maze of crevasses it will require a great deal of effort.Besides that all times our guides ensure that safety measures are adopted throughout the climb and trekking period.

Mera Peak Climbing Trail is the highest trekking adventure peak in Nepal that offers one of the best climbing experiences ever.All these trekking ingredients make it an exciting and challenging trip.

The beginning of Mera Peak Climbing Trekking Trip Adventure

Your extraordinary Mera Peak Climbing Journey begins with a lukla bound scenic flight. It takes you through to the forests, several cascading streams with an exploration of the wonderful valley.

The entire trekking trail is set on a rocked path that involves crossing rocky ridges. It consumes lots of energy hence traversing slowly with proper acclimatization, is important.

 The trial continues to rise gently as you tread towards the Zatrwa La Pass into the Hingku valley. It is marked by mani and chortens all along the trail. Keeping to the same trail for a while you will then make a steep descend. 

You will pass through to the dense forests until you reach to the snow fed river. From here you will then follow the lateral moraine of the Dig Glacier to Dig Kharka.  
It is a wonderful place for spending an extra day at Kharka. Here you will be greeted by splendid peaks beautiful glacial lake. As this is one of the most enduring climbing peaks the climbing guide organizes training sessions. 

You will be practicing skills, techniques, and exact way of handling crampons, rope, harness and ice axes etc. This short training will help boost your confidence levels before making it to the summit. 

High in confidence the next morning you will then set out towards the high camp. Here you will get to explore glorious viewpoints that are quite dramatic. The panoramic sight of Everest, Makalu, Nuptse, Lhotse Baruntse and upto Mt. Kanchenjunga in the east direction is sensational. After spending quality time here you will descend back gently. 

On the way you will get to notice and marvel at the breath-taking scenery of Amadablam, Kusum-Khanguru and Khangtiaga. The time flies as you walk and soon you will find yourself in Lukla. 

At Lukla you will enjoy last night’s dinner with fellow trekkers, guides, and staff. A short celebration like atmosphere is created to relive the memories of a successful climb that you just had. Next day an early morning flight from Lukla will reach you back in Kathmandu.

Best season for Mera Peak Climbing Trekking Adventure

It is possible to climb Mera Peak all through the year. However there are two best times in a year for Mera Peak Trekking region they are autumn and Spring. 


The autumn months of September to November are by far one of the best times for climbing the Mera Peak. This is one of the safest, exciting, and a delightful time for trekking in Nepal.

From Mid-September to November the weather persistently remains stable, with no rainfall, or snowfall, and the temperature also gets warmer.Autumn is the safest season to enjoy any adventurous activity.

In the month of September you can see a few drops of rain here and there.The rainfall washes away all the pollution and dust around this peak. This allows you to enjoy the fresh air and perfect views.

Whereas October is the best month to climb Mera Peak because of the clear weather conditions, splendid views of the sunrise and sunset, and stable temperature.However at the tail end of winter the last few days of November are colder than other days of autumn. If you land in Nepal for trekking in November end then you need to carry some extra warm clothing to protect yourself from winter.


The spring months of March, April, May are the second best month for trekking in the Mera Peak Climbing Region. The weather remains stable and so does the temperature. It is warm enough for climbing.These months guarantee you with green vegetation and blossoming flowers that present fantastic views all around.

The first few weeks of March are colder because of the recent winter. So, make sure to pack warm clothing if you are planning your climb in early March.

Spring is the best month for Mera Peak Climbing. In these months there is no rainfall and snowfall. The days are brighter, which will make your climbing process easy and safe.In addition, you can get clear views of mountains and terrains.

If you are climbing the Mera Peak in late May then expect rain clouds because of the fast approaching monsoon. Hence you should come prepared with proper rain gears.


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On first arrival in country’s international airport at Kathmandu meet Trekking Planner Inc. USA staff and guide for short transfer in the hub of Kathmandu city at Thamel area, an interesting place where all needful items are found around in the shops and stores at Thamel.

Check into your rooms after a rest then down at meeting place in the hotel lobby or foyer for group briefing where our guide or leader will provides with information on climb and treks with other necessary queries to make your stay with us more enjoyable, evening includes group welcome dinner in a nice authentic Nepalese restaurant to get the taste of local cuisines with local cultural program to entertainment while you enjoy dinner.

    The day starts with a delightful breakfast in the morning. Next you will be visiting the Kathmandu city and its UNESCO Listed World heritage sites. First up is the Swayambhunath temple which is popularly known as ‘Monkey Temple’ among tourists. The major attractions of the temple are Spherical dome, Mani wheels, huge bajra, holy stupas, and reckless monkeys.  Then we make way towards Patan, the city of festival, feast, art, and culture. 

    The main highlights of the tour are Patan Durbar square, Krishna Temple, Ganesh, and Temple. Besides that a visit to a museum which is an architectural master class is important and refreshing.

    Boudhanath is the next one in the list. This stupa here is one of the largest spherical stupas in Nepal. It is the most sacred shrine of Buddhists where Hindus and Buddhist pilgrims worship throughout the year.

    Finally, we visit Pashupatinath temple, the oldest Hindu temple in Nepal. Non-Hindus are not allowed to enter inside the premises of the temple. 

    At Pashupatinath, we inspect the traditional cremation ceremony from the opposite bank of the holy Bagmati River and lens moments in the camera.  This marks the end of our Kathmandu city tour. We return back to our hotel room and prepare for the early morning flight for next day's trek. 

    Evening includes group welcome dinner in a nice authentic Nepalese restaurant to get the taste of local cuisines with local cultural program to entertainment while you enjoy dinner.

      After having an early morning’s breakfast you will be heading towards the Kathmandu airport. You will board a scenic Lukla bound flight. 

      At Lukla you will be introduced to the crew members and in a short while you begin your onward trek journey. In your long 4 to 5 hours of walk you will go through number of tiny hamlets.

      You will then enter a thick forest on the hillside below the Kalo Himal Ridge. Beware and make sure to remain within the group as there are quite a few confusing trails in this section. You will find   various streams from the main paths with numerous places for the first camp at Chutanga. 

        Be prepared as today morning you will be taking on the first steep and strenuous climb of your journey to Mera Peak. After your breakfast you will straight head for Thuli Kharka. 

        You are in for a stretch first up to reach to the top of the Zatrawala Pass (4,600m). From up above the panoramic views of Karyolang Peak, Kongdi Ri, Lumding Himal, Number Himal, mesmerizes you. Also there are various other peaks that give you a refreshing feel and soothing to your eyes. 

        Later you will descend down which will take about 1 to 2 hours to Thuli Kharka and then through to Chattre traversing through pasture lands. Here you get to observe Yak herders grazing their yaks over fantastic terrain, which is splendid and fascinating.

        Trekking for few hours you finally reach Thuli Kharka. This is an open wide meadow that comprises of many tea houses.

          Early in the morning after having a quick breakfast you will leave Thuli Kharka (4,182m) behind for Kothe. First up you will make a gentle descend down towards the Hinku valley. 

          You will be following the route that involves several ups and downs on the hills. It then takes you through a gorgeous green and verdant forest of Oaks, Pines, and Rhododendrons.

           Trekking further you will get the distant sight of the Mera Peak once you reach the Hinku Valley. Besides that you will get to see several other surrounding snow-capped peaks. 

          After spending some time here you will slowly descend down to reach the Hinku River. From here you will have to thrust a bit more to reach to the far end of the trek to reach Kothe.  It is a sensational abode known for its quaint wilderness and scanty lodges. 

            Following the trail all along the Hinku Rver you will be reaching the target destination of Thangnak. On the way you will first be at Gondishung.

            You will be having your lunch here and also get to visit a two-century-old Buddhist monastery known as Lungsumgba Gompa. According to the legends it is said that lighting the shrine at this monastery are ominous signs of good luck. 

            It invariably makes the Mera Peak Climbing Successful is a belief that persists till date. Moreover you also get to see rock art that perfectly resembles the Mera Peak. Admiring the art work you will take to the trail again which is gradual and easy adorned with wonderful surrounding. 

            Stretching a bit more you will then reach the place of Thangnak. This is a picturesque meadow and a summer grazing ground for the Yak herders of this vicinity.

              After a good night's rest you will be leaving Thangnak for Khare. From here the trek is now destined for Mera Peak.  This is a day of strenuous trekking initially as you go past the steep rubble trails. 

              The route towards the Mt. Charpate as well as Dig Glacier to Dig Kharka is enduring. As always the paths towards the glaciers are more often than not tricky hence a careful walks what you will adopt.

              The entire trekking trail is set on a steep uphill climb until it reaches to Khare. It is an inclined climb of 3-4 hours that takes you upwards to reach Khare. This is also supposed to be the gateway to Mera Peak Base Camp. 

              The views that you get of the surroundings is incredible. You will not only spend a night in Khare but acclimatize also after a strenuous session of long walks and climbs. 

                The morning today brings in lots of calm and ease as its the day meant for relaxing your tiring body. It needs to be well toned and in shape before you proceed any further. 

                This makes it imperatively essential to take a day or two days for acclimatization day which allows your body to recover. It is done so to avoid you from getting any kind of high altitude sickness. You will be spending your entire day at Khare.

                  After getting a much deserved break you start off early in the morning to be at the Mera Base Camp. Interestingly from here on you will be inching that much closer to the Mera Peak matching one stride to the other.

                   However the trail that you take on is a technically demanding one. As always it is a typical glacier trails which is always presents challenges as you walk through. Pushing harder a bit you will then reach to the top of the glacier where you will be setting up a camp.

                  You will be residing at the campsite made by your trekking guide team and savour food made by them. This happens to be the first day of your camping journey to the Mera Peak. 

                    Today you will get to experience the taste of your actual climb that you will get while making it to the Mera Peak in reality. For the first time you will be making use of the crampons. All set after your breakfast you will leave the base camp for the high camp.

                    You will be heading to the Mera La pass following the trail that leads to the glacier that is at the High Camp. Here you will be greeted by splendid views of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Baruntse Ice curl, the ridge of Chamlang, Peaks of Amadablam, and Makalu. 

                    A turn to your other side provides you glimpses of Lhotse Cho-yo, Nuptse, and Everest. You will be camping here and enjoy the meals as well as admire the natural bliss of the environment at the Mera High Camp.

                      This is happens to be one of the most memorable, thrilling and a significant morning of your entire journey. Today you will be reaching to the top of the Mera Peak summit. 

                      Getting your act together you will make all your climbing gears ready and leave the camp very early. This is because it is a very likely occurrence of getting strong winds in the afternoon literally obstructing our trek further.

                      Hence you will be starting at around 2 AM to reach the summit before noon. The guide will show you the way and following his footsteps you will feel comfortably safe and calm.

                      You need not worry as the summit climb is easy and requires no hard or fast technical skills. The moment you reach to the top of the summit you will be mesmerized and awe-struck. 
                      The panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu, and other peaks is just inexplicable.

                      Making it to the summit gives you a sense of impeccable achievement while appreciating the mountains from the top. Getting to the top here safely is a dream of a lifetime to sit on the top and ponder upon. 

                      You will then click as many pictures as you want to for reliving the memories time and again. After a while you will be descending down back towards Khare for an overnight stay

                        Trekking high up in to the mountains is largely dependent on the weather and its ever changing moods. It is always unpredictable. 

                        At one point of time you get clearer skies and the very next from nowhere a cloud cover. To counter this unexpected weather behaviour a reserve day in our itinerary is kept. It always helps to counter such occurrences if any during our expeditions.

                        If everything is fine than this day is by default skipped and we continue our journey as per our set itinerary.

                          Reliving and relishing our successful Mera Peak Summit in the morning you will be heading back for Kothe. On the way you will go past the village of Thangnak the same place where we spent overnight. 

                          A good 3-4 hours of trek will take you downhill on a slope bound terrain. As you move one you will find yourself on an even ground into the Rhododendron, Oak, and Pine trees area. It is a refreshing experience that inspires you to move on. 

                            Today after taking a hearty breakfast in the morning you will be leaving Kothe for Thuli Kharka. You will be walking on a mixed kind of a trail which is more of an uphill walk rather than a downhill one. 

                            The woody trail leads you towards the west of Hinku Valley. A good long walk of 5-6 hours from Kothe, will reach you to the place of Thuli Kharka. 

                              This is probably the last day of your trek on the mountainous terrains. You will be hiking through a series of mountain ranges before getting to the Zatrwa La Pass. The south face of both the Mera and Hinku Valley can be seen that lies in front of you at a distance. 

                              You then make an ideal descend down a rocky jut. From here on you again enter the forested terrain and farmland that lies just on the edges of Lukla.

                                You will be getting up early in the morning for boarding a flight to Lukla. A short scenic flight will reach you to Kathmandu in a time span of 40 minutes. 

                                You will be received at the airport and then transferred to your destined hotel room safely. The entire day is free and you get enough time to travel around the Kathmandu and get the feel of the place and its cultural legacies. 

                                  A relaxed and an exciting free day are on the cards today. This day in Kathmandu is kept as a reserved or an extra day to counter flight delays and cancellations. 

                                  More often than not it does happen in Lukla, due to unfavourable bad weather conditions. As the Himalayan weather can be unpredictable so it always helps the cause.

                                  If all goes well and such incidents doesn’t occur the trek goes as per the set itinerary. However you can enjoy the day with individual activities of your choice. Or else you can join in for exciting tour around Kathmandu at places of historical and cultural interest.

                                    This is the ultimate day of your trekking tour in Nepal. One of our airport representative or a staff member will drop you off at the airport safely. You will be boarding a flight taking back cherished memories of a successful Mera Peak climbing adventure that you just made.

                                      Mere Peak Climb and treks provided with standard Itinerary days where some days walks can be shorter or longer as per your physical fitness, some designated overnight stops can change, due to available rooms and other facilities and etc…….

                                      We will follow the itinerary if it needs to be changed in case of weather, landslides, and difficulties on walks requiring more days where our leader and lead head guides decide holding full authority for Trekking Planner Inc- USA.

                                      Cost Details


                                      • All airport pick up drop off by private vehicle (for both international and domestic flights)
                                      • Welcome dinner in an authentic restaurant and Farewell dinner
                                      • Twin/double sharing deluxe accommodation with breakfast at 3 star category hotel in Kathmandu
                                      • Guided sightseeing tours in Kathmandu with private vehicle (entrance fees extra)
                                      • Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu flight with airport departure tax
                                      • National Park entrance fee and Trekkers’ Information Management System( TIMS card)
                                      • A highly experience, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, English speaking, well-trained, Government license holding guide and climbing sherpa. Price includes his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport and insurance.
                                      • 02 guest to 01 porter with their insurance, salary, food, accommodation and equipment
                                      • Your cost includes insurance, wages, food and lodging for both your guide and porter. We take excellent care of our guides and porters; they are like family to us.
                                      • Twin/double shearing lodge accommodation in the mountain during the trekking and tented camp during the climbing time.
                                      • Three meals a day; breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and tea/coffee during the trekking and climbing.
                                      • First aid kit
                                      • Trekking Planner Inc’s sleeping bag, down jackets, T-shirt, cap, duffle bags, city and trekking route maps – if necessary.
                                      • All the necessary equipment for climbing
                                      • Arrangement of emergency evacuation service (should have insurance for emergency evacuation and will be paid by your travel insurance company)
                                      • Oxymeter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily during the trek (very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness(AMS) symptoms). This helps ensure your trek is in the safest hands possible.
                                      • All applicable government and local taxes per the itinerary
                                      • One-hour complimentary spa/massage in Kathmandu after the trek


                                      • Nepal Visa fee (Bring accurate fee in USD and two Passport size Photo)
                                      • International airfare to and from Kathmandu (no need to pay departure tax for international flight)
                                      • Diner and lunch in Kathmandu
                                      • Personal  travel and health Insurance, Insurance for helicopter evacuation
                                      • Extra night accommodation and lunch and dinner in city because of early arrival, late departure and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) then the scheduled itinerary
                                      • Personal expenses (phone calls, baggage charge, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
                                      • Tips to the trekking crews and drive.
                                      • Extra expenses due to flight delays, strikes, weather condition or any event out of our control.

                                      Essential Info

                                      If you have an Indian passport, the cost of trekking to Everest Base Camp is INR 100,000. When breaking down the cost, Indian citizens pay slightly less than citizens of other nations because India is a member of the SAARC (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri-Lanka), which lowers the cost of a permit. Additionally, Indian citizens pay less for airline tickets than citizens of other nations, which further lowers the cost of the trip. 

                                      People travelling from SAARC countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri-Lanka). have low-cost permits, the cost of trekking to Everest Base Camp can be 20 to 50 dollars less for holders of these kinds of Trekkers and travelers coming to Nepal.

                                      EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST

                                      For Trekking

                                      • Duffel/Rucksack bag/Suitcase (We will provide one complimentary Trekking Planner duffel bag but is to be returned after the trip)
                                      • Day bag.( Small handbag)
                                      • Trekking shoes
                                      • Sports shoes or sandal
                                      • Sun Hat/cap
                                      • Warm woolen cap
                                      • Trekking jacket Gore tax/ flees jacket
                                      • Pullover or warm sweeter
                                      • Raincoat
                                      • 4/5 pairs of good qualities shock
                                      • Hand gloves
                                      • 2/3 pairs of Trekking trousers
                                      • 3/4 pairs of trekking shirts
                                      • 3/4 pairs of Underwear
                                      • Eye glass
                                      • Water bottle
                                      • 4 seasons Sleeping bag (Optional/we can provide one if you need it but is to be returned after the trip)
                                      • Flash or Torch light
                                      • Camera and batteries.

                                      For Climbing

                                      • Plastic Boot a pair
                                      • Crampons a pair
                                      • Ice Axe one
                                      • Harness one
                                      • Carabineer or Karabiner two each
                                      • Snow Gaiters a pair
                                      • Snow / Sun Glass one each
                                      • Warm Gloves a pair
                                      • Wind Proof Jacket & Trouser a set each
                                      • Main Ropes 200m ( 50m per person) as per the peak chosen
                                      • Snow Bar 2 / 4 pieces depending upon group size
                                      • Ski Pole (optional) one each
                                      • Ascender
                                      • Helmet


                                      • Q1. What kind of insurance cover should i have for doing the Mera peak climb?

                                        You insurance should cover emergency evacuation, deportation, medical expenses, flight delays, trip cancellation and natural calamities. Trekking Planner recommends that all its participants on Himalayan programs should purchase Travel Insurance. Insurance helps to avoid and counter any kind of emergency situations if it occurs while traveling out into the mountains.

                                      • The day of the summit is one of the most important days of your Mera Peak climb. Hence it will be a bit tough, challenging at times, and a long enduring day. Therefore you will be starting the climb very early in the morning at around 2 or 3 AM. However it largely depends upon the situation of the mountain. The actual climb takes around 10- 14 hours depending upon the climber’s ability and stamina.

                                      • It all depends upon the type of emergency you face. In case of ill health or severe injury, you will be airlifted immediately and taken to Kathmandu for medical attention. You only need to make sure that you have an insurance that covers high altitude mountain search and rescue.

                                        In another case if you are able to walk down, one of the assistant guides will guide you down to a lower elevation. Here you can wait for the rest of the team or fly out to Kathmandu ahead of the group.

                                        Please be reminded that even if you leave the expedition early, we are committed to pay the porters and guides. This is for the duration of the trip for which they are hired. So, refunds for the unused days for your trip will not be given.

                                      • Not at all is it one of the safest and easy trekking peaks to climb in Nepal. It is graded as 'F' based on the French and Swiss Alpine Climbing Classification System. This indicates that the climb doesn't involve any kind of technical difficulties.

                                         It’s an easy straight forward peak to climb. Mera Peak Climb can be attempted both by novice and experienced climbers. This being the highest trekking peaks in Nepal Trekking Planner's experienced guides will lead you to and from the summit safely.

                                      • Standing at a towering attitude of 6476m it is Mera is a high mountain that requires little technical climbing on its normal route. In general the guided trip is 21 days long starting from arrival in Kathmandu to the earliest date of departure home. However the actual trekking and climbing days is 16 which include two summit days.

                                      • Emergency situations are unexpected and unfortunate event which is not in our control if it occurs. However Trekking Planner's is well equipped to counter such incidents if it arises. Our climbing crew members always ensure that all its crew member are safe and not left behind. It is an alarming situation than that particular casualty is airlifted via helicopter and transferred to the nearest hospital for treatment. 

                                        For communication in times of emergencies if there is no coverage area, then a satellite phone is used for communicating with crew members or back home. Trekking Planner is always well prepared with all kinds of communications including mobile and satellite phones to keep in touch with our climbers and crew members. Also high up in the mountains, cell phones don’t always work so for communications, satellite phone is used which is always with the climbing leader.

                                      • Trekking Planner believes in a small group adventure. We are specialized for customized and tailor-made trips. Ideally 6 to 8 people are the right group size for effective costing factors, but we do not follow this rule as such. At times if we have a solo traveller who is not able to join a group due to any kinds of reason, we still make arrangements for his climb without a fuss.

                                      • Yes, you will need a climbing permit. Climbing permits can be easily acquired through a registered and licensed agency.

                                      • Drinking water facility is an important aspect while doing the Mera Peak climb. The sources of drinking water are the river or stream which can be easily found in the mountains. However it may be contaminated and not advisable for direct drinking.

                                        While trekking up to the base camp, drinking water will be available in the teahouses, either from taps, boiled water or bottled water. However we suggest you to use water purification tablets to be on safer side. 

                                        Please be reminded that during the peak climbing season water is very hard to find by it needs to be carried all the way up to the top. For our customers, we do provide bottled water or boiled and sterilized water to refill on demand.

                                      • Mera Peak is a mountain located  in the Mahalangur section, Barun sub-section of the Himalaya. It administratively lies in the Nepal's Sagarmatha Zone, Sankhuwasabha. It stands at an altitude of 6,476 metres (21,247 ft).

                                      • The best seasons to climb Mera Peak are in the months of spring (March – May) and autumn (Sep – Nov). During these months the skies are clear and temperatures are favourable for climbing. 

                                        Whereas it is very difficult to climb in summer as the temperature is high and there is a high risk of falling of stones and melting glacier. Besides that the views are unclear due to fog and rainfall in this season. 

                                        In winter, temperature freezes which leads to the heavy snowfall and there is a risk of avalanche in the trip.

                                      • Mera Peak climbing is technically straightforward but the final 50 meters from the top requires ropes, ice peaks, harness, crampons, etc. It is mandatory that you have the required gear and equipment for the trip. You have to seek advice for climbing equipment, boots, harness etc. from the company that’s helping you for the trip. You can either buy or rent them. 

                                        Not just climbing gears, you also need to have proper clothes for trekking and climbing. You need to have clothes and sleeping bag that can keep you warm in freezing temperatures. Hence the gears and equipment act as a life support when you are in the Himalayas.

                                      • You need hygienic healthy food and comfortable accommodation during the trip. You will be served with three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek. Fresh fruits every night after the dinner are included in the menu. 

                                        You will be staying in Trekking lodge (Tea House) accommodations during the trek.  For that, you can find lodges or teahouses lined up along the trail. Camping can also be a good option for overnight stay if you prefer to enjoy and feel the simplicity of nature and its moods. 

                                      • It all depends on how good are your physical fitness level and your mental toughness. If you are a regular hiker, then climbing Mera Peak isn’t that strenuous for you. However, you need to build endurance power. 

                                        You have to put in the right physical activity that you can include in your daily practice. It is also equally important to have a bit of prior experience of altitudes. Above all have that confidence and be focussed to achieve your goal to be at the Mera Peak summit.

                                      • No, Mera peak is not a technical climb at all. It doesn't consist of a steep technical climb. The moment you reach to the height of 6476m to the summit than it becomes a bit challenging. Other than that the climb to Mera peak is very straightforward. 

                                      • It is always advisable to climb the Mera Peak with the help of a climbing Sherpa or a guide. Though a straightforward climb there are certain elements of risk and dangers involved which might put your life into trouble. 

                                        While climbing if you get altitude sickness you won’t find anyone to help you or guide you to safety.  Hence if you are with a guide he/she will take care of you and also take you on the right path that is heavily covered with snow.   It’s always better and a wise decision to climb with some assistance rather than attempting a solo climb.

                                      • Mera Peak (6476m) is the highest trekking peak of Nepal. But it doesn’t consist of steep technical climb like other expedition peaks. To look at it the journey to Mera Peak is somewhere in between a trek and a climb.

                                        For most parts of the trip, the journey to Mera Peak is like a regular trek. Only at the final push to the summit, it becomes a climb. 

                                      • Yes, you get to see the Mount Everest from the Mera Peak. Mera peak has 3 summits and the highest amongst them is our destined objective at 6,476m/ 21,246 feet.

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