Mera Peak Climbing
If you have previous high altitude trekking experiences, Climb Mera peak is a perfect adventure waiting for you. If you plan on climbing the Mera Peak, you will be rewarded with a panoramic view of the mountain ranges such as Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, Mount Cho Oyu, Mount Kanchanjungha and Mount Makalu.
Mera Peak Climbing offers an incredible trekking experience into the gorgeous Mera peak. The extreme altitude during Mera peak climbing is a tough challenge. Even if you’re fit, this challenging trek demands lots of stamina, endurance, and few technical skills.
Climbing to Mera Peak begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. From Lukla, you will trek to Chutang, Chetra la pass 4600m, Thulikharaka, Kothey, Tangnag, Khare, and to Mera High camp. You’ll be camping at the Mera high camp for a night. From high camp, you will summit the Mera 6476 meters peak to catch a mesmerizing sunrise view.
During Mera Peak Climbing, trekkers can experience trekking and climbing, both at the same time. You must use various climbing equipment for Mera peak climbing. If you’re a beginner, climbing the Mera peak can be difficult. We advise you to get some training on using the climbing equipment. Also, you should do some training to build up a strong physique.
You will be able to witness various waterfalls, lakes, and passes along the way to Mera Peak. The lush jungles filled with varieties of wild flora and fauna will allure you. The journey to Mera peak is beautiful.
Mera Peak Climbing with Adventure Great Himalayas will be more interesting and fun. We have well-experienced representatives to help you throughout your journey. You will have proper food and accommodation facilities as well.
You’ll have one of the best climbing expeditions if you plan Mera Peak with us.
Trip Highlights of the Mera Climbing
- Climbing the Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak in Nepal.
- Exploring the beautiful view of the mountains such as Mount Everest, Makalu, Kanchanjungha, Amadablam, Thamserku, and many others.
- Exploring the Sherpa Villages, the people, and their lifestyle.
- An opportunity to explore the beautiful Everest region.
Best Time to Climb the Mera Peak
Autumn and Spring are one of the best seasons for trekking and climbing the Mera Peak. The autumn season lasts in the month of September, October, and November. During autumn the weather and temperature of the Everest region are around 12 degrees during the daytime. The temperature at the peak may fall to minus. Although the weather may be cold at the peak, it is bearable. You can also have amazing visibility of the mountains and landscapes during the autumn season.
Similarly, Spring falls in the month of March, April, and May which is favorable for Mera Peak expedition. The average temperature of the Everest region is around 10 degrees during the daytime. The temperature may fall to minus during the night time. You will be able to witness the scenery of the mountains and landscapes even more vividly during the spring season.
The temperature of the Mera is cold in every season but, the temperature reaches its minimum during the winter season. If you wish to climb the peak during winter, make sure you carry proper trekking and climbing equipment.
Mera Peak Difficulty
Mera Peak stands at an altitude of 6476 meters making it the highest trekking peak in Nepal. The difficulty level depends upon various factors such as the time of the year you will be trekking. It also depends on your strength. If you are someone who is used to trekking and mountain climbing above 4000 meters to 5000 meters, Mera Climbing might be a next to perfect adventure for you. But if not, it may be quite challenging as it requires a lot of stamina and endurance.
Trekking to the Mera Peak means you may have to walk for 4 days above the altitude of 5000 meters. So, there is a high chance of altitude sickness. You may be in short of breath as you trek to the Mera peak as at this altitude, the content of oxygen in the air is half of what it is at the sea level. If you find susceptible to altitude sickness with symptoms such as headache, nausea, and vomiting, immediately descend to a lower altitude. For climbing Mera Peak, you should be able to walk for about 6-7 hours.
Climb to Mera Peak Itinerary
- Airport / Hotel Airport Transfer car/van/Bus.
- Three night’s standard Hotel in Katmandu.
- Your stander meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trekking.
- Trekking permit.
- All necessary paper works.
- Domestic Flight Ticket ( Kathmandu- Lukla- Kathmandu )
- All accommodations in lodges/tea houses during the treks.
- All necessary trekking and Climbing Permit
- An experienced, helpful and friendly Guide, porters (1 porter for 2 clients). And Their well paid Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation and Insurance for the Guide and Porter.( Guide flight Katmandu / Lukla/ Katmandu.
- Mera peak Climbing permit
- Trek arrangements with tents, cook and porter/s. NMA Registered Climbing Guide for trek and climbing.
- Garbage fee.
- Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by your Travel insurance company.
- Medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
- All government taxes.
- Service charge.
- Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport – Katmandu).
- Your Travel and rescue insurance.
- International airfare and airport departure tax.
- All Lunch/Dinner in Kathmandu. also in the case of early return from mountain ( due to any reason) Than the scheduled Itinerary.
- Personal Climbing Equipment.( you may rent it cost about 50-100 USD per head
- All Bar bills and personal expenses( phone call, laundry service, battery recharge, bottle of water, hot water, shower, pot of tea, coffee etc.
- Tips for the guide and porter.
- Climbing Harness
- Ice Ax
- Locking and non-locking Carabiners
- Rappel/ Belay device
- Ski poles
- Prusik Cords
Upper Body Wear
- Lightweight Merino long-sleeve t-shirt
- Fleece jacket
- Medium-weight fleece pullover
- Lightweight down jacket
- Breathable and Waterproof jacket
- Lightweight thermal base layers
Lower Body Wear
- Walking shorts/trousers
- Lightweight underwear briefs
- Lightweight thermal bottoms
- Fleece trouser
- Heavy thermal bottoms
- Waterproof and breathable trousers
- Lightweight poly-liner gloves
- Medium weight gloves
- Synthetic or warm wool hat
- Head Scarf or Bandana
- Scarf, buff, or neck sleeve
- Sun hat
- Ski goggles
- Face mask
- Glacier sunglass
- Medium or heavy wool or poly socks
- Lightweight wool or cotton socks
- Cross trainers or running shoes
- Sturdy synthetic or leather hiking boots
- Large waterproof duffle kit bag (120 L)
- Medium rucksack (50- 70 liter)
- Pack cover
- Small and protective padlocks
- Sleeping Gear
- Down sleeping bag (rated -35 C/ -30 C)
- Closed-cell foam mat