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Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing

 

The Mera Peak, 6476m, is the highest permitted trekking peak of Nepal. Mera Peak is considered to be technically easy; therefore, it is an excellent choice even for those without climbing experience. Adventure lovers opt for Mera Peak Climbing because of the magnificent views you get of the over-8000-meter-mountains including Mt. Everest, 8848m, Mt. Lhotse, 8516m, Mt. Cho Oyu, 8201m, Mt. Makalu, 8463m, Mt. Kanchenjunga, 8586m, to name a few.

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak climbing trip starts with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and continues on an incredibly beautiful journey through the Hinku Valley. This less-visited and unspoiled area of the Everest region boasts of beautiful green terraced fields, dense forest, rushing streams, swinging bridges, and yak pastures with a backdrop of the highest mountains in the world. Sherpa guesthouses, high in the summer pastures, are a welcome place for weary trekkers.

Mera Peak Climbing is technically straightforward, as the snow slopes rarely exceed 40 degrees; however, the final 50m from the top requires ropes, ice pick, harness, crampons. Previous climbing experience would be an advantage, but it is not mandatory because our well-experienced guides will give you training on the climbing gear and necessary skills. Although the altitude makes it physically challenging, our itinerary has been carefully designed to allow gradual acclimatization.

 

There are three routes to Mera Peak: A-B-C

Option A: This trek is quite demanding as the quick altitude gain allows less time for acclimatization, however, it is a great option for a strong trekker or novice mountaineer with limited time. We fly to Lukla, 2820m, on Day 3 and trek through Zatrwra La pass, 4610m on Day 4. This 19-day package is the most direct route to Mera Peak. This is a teahouse trek with camping only during the climb. Popularity: 25% trekkers choose this package.

 

Option B: This route avoids the steep climb to Zatrwa La pass by making a loop to the south through a beautiful untraveled part of the country and joins the ‘A-option’ trail at Kote, allowing time for gradual acclimatization. We fly to Lukla, 2820m, and trek south to Surke, 2290m, the same day. This 21-day package is a tea house trek with camping only during the climb. Popularity: 45% trekkers choose this package.

   

Option C: This is a full camping trek which starts out like B-option but continues southeast to Surke La to diverts to a beautiful trail through Panch Pokhari (Five Lakes) and gradually bends northward to join the main trail to Mera Peak. This 23-day camping trek through an almost uninhabited area is not only the best way to acclimatize; it is the ultimate way to enjoy the beauty of the Hinku Valley. Popularity: 30% trekkers chose this package.

 

The best season for Mera Peak climbing is from March to May and from September to November. The duration of the Mera Peak trek can be lengthened or shortened according to your preference. Annapurna Foothills Treks and Expeditions will arrange every detail of your Mera expedition; lodge accommodation, food, as well as all the necessary climbing and camping equipment.

Climbing with safety and comfort

As a safety precaution, we always carry emergency equipment:

  • Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC)/Gamow Bag (A life saving device in case of Acute Mountain Sickness) or oxygen & mask regulator
  • comprehensive medical/first aid kit
  • Thuraya satellite phone for logistical, safety and personal use. Personal calls can be placed for $3 USD per minute.
  • You can rest assured that your safety and comfort are our priorities.
 

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