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Phaplu Mera Peak Climbing

Phaplu Mera Peak Climbing

Mera peak is a popular trekking peak in Nepal. It makes journey unforgettable experience. Mera peak is located south of the Everest in the Hinku valley and it is relatively quite easy to climb the peaks. In the trail, you will see superb scenery and abundant wildlife. You may also catch the rare glimpse of legendary Yeti.

Mera Peak follows the footsteps of the previous trekking with slightly variation. We commence our trekking from Solu region which is quite calm and soothing. You should cross the Trakshindo La before walking down towards the Dudhkoshi River. We trek along this river and follow north through terraced hill sides and small village.

Phaplu Mera Peak ClimbingClimbing Mera peak is getting more popular each year due to the extraordinary and stunning scenery it offers. Moreover, you do not need any previous mountaineering experience if you are physically fit and have an enthusiasm for adventure. Neither has it demanded technical climbing. This is the highest peak allowed for climbing in Nepal. The climb is definitely a strenuous one being the highest peak, but the slopes rarely exceed 30 degree and hence it is technically straightforward.

The peak is situated at the edge of the Khumbu region, south-east of Everest, the approach trek for Mera peak climbing is through the extremely beautiful Hinku valley. This valley is situated below the Mera peak and the valley is unspoiled and uninhabited. The valley is one of the wildest and most beautiful valleys in Nepal with its massive moraines, glacial lakes and beautiful mountain views.

It is a fully supported camping trek with the accommodation in twin sharing tents and food being prepared by our camp cook. You just have to carry light day pack, other loads and luggage will be carried by porters.

Phaplu Mera Peak Climbing prices

Sn 1 pax 2 -6pax 7-10 pax
US$ Inquiry 3800 3500


Phaplu Mera Peak Climbing price includes

  1. Transportations from Airport – Hotel – Airport Car, Van, Heice and Coaster
  2. Welcome dinner with Live Nepalese Cultural Program
  3. Equipment: Trekking tents, Dining tent, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tent, Table and chairs, Mattresses during the trekking & Peak climbing period
  4. Accommodation in Camping and meals (Breakfast, lunch, dinner) Tea coffee, seasonal fruits or Tin fruits
  5. English Speaking experienced Sherpa, Govt. Trained/Licensed Holder guide
  6. Climbing Rope, Ice screws, Snow bars
  7. Staff: 1 Guide, 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen, 1 climbing guide & necessary porters
  8. Personal insurance for Nepalese staffs
  9. Our service charge
  10. One Sherpa,(guide assistance) group size more than 4
  11. Around Trip Airfare Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathamndu per person ( USA $ 226)
  12. Equipment Fees for climbing guide ( USA $ 300)
  13. Climbing peak permit/s & other necessary fees ( USA $ 350)
  14. Garbage deposit ( USA $ 250)
  15. Sagarmath National park fee, TIMS permits & Any required permits or Official Documentation
  16. Local Transportations Hotel - Airport – Hotel Car, Van, Heice and Tourist bus for pick up / drop
  17. Local Airport Tax

Phaplu Mera Peak Climbing price Excludes

  1. Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu can be managed upon your request {Click for Hotels}
  2. Sightseeing tours in Kathmandu can be arranged upon your request. {Click for tour in Kathmandu}
  3. Personal Insurance for travel to Nepal
  4. Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
  5. Emergency Rescue evacuation
  6. Trekking Sleeping bag
  7. Personal expenses
  8. Tipping (Tips)
  9. Bar bills & beverage
  10. During the lodge trek hot shower cost extra

Phaplu Mera Peak Climbing Detail Itinerary

Day 01: arrival in Kathmandu
Flying to Kathmandu along the northern border of Nepal on a clear day is in itself an exciting and memorable experience. As you fly, the panoramic view of snow-capped Annapurna mountain range greets your sight. After the completion of Visa formalities, you have to come downstairs to collect Luggage and proceed to outside from terminal Building. Please look at your Printed Name and Our Company Signboard Annapurna Foothills Treks & Exp and follow them. Meet our representative and then you will be transferred to hotel. You will be served free welcome drinks, tea or coffee or juice at the time of check in.

The Managing Director or The Manager of company will meet you in hotel and will brief about the trip. You should clear your dues before we proceed for the trip. You are free to relax or explore around the city in the very first day.

Day 02: Kathmandu
After the breakfast in the morning, our city guide will come to the hotel with vehicles and then we leave hotel to visit Kathmandu Darbar Square , the house of living Goddess Kumari, the ferocious Kal Bhairab, The Red Monkey God and hundreds of erotic carvings. Swayambhunath is the worlds most glorious Buddhist Chaityas.It is said to be 2000 years old.

Boudhanath is a huge Buddhist stupa located about 7 km east of Thamel. It stands on a massive mandala style platform and has features similar to the Swayambhunath, though it is bigger than Swayambhunath in size. It is said that this stupa was built during the 5th Century. Every year, Thousands of pilgrims from Nepal and neighboring countries visit Boudhanath, particularly in winter and Pashupatinath temple. Pashupatinath temple is one of the biggest Hindu temples.

Day 03: Kathmandu – Phaplu Trek to Ringmu: (2500m)
We fly on a twin-engine Otter to the Himalayan foothills where we begin our trek into the High Solu area. The sights from the plane are amazing, providing dramatic views of terraced hills and the distant Himalayan giants. After landing in the village of Phaplu , we meet the rest of our staff and porters. The Phaplu is small airstrip in Solukhumbu; we start very few treks from Phaplu it takes 35 minute by plane. When you get down from plane, you can see excellent view of Sherpa town and Numbur/Khatang/Kerolung. The Trekking trail follows Chiwang and Phera through a pine tree and rhododendron forest alive with birds. As large numbers of Sherpa people live in Solukhumbu, therefore it is popularly known as Sherpa village. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 04 : Ringmu to Nunthala (2200m.)
Which takes approximately four hours, The beginning of your trek is gently ascent for early one and half hours to Takshindo La Pass (3100m.).From this place, you could see first view of Thamserku (6623m.), Kantega (6780m.), Kusum Kangaru (6370m.) and Mera Peak (6650m.) Now the end of your trek is steeply descent to the town Nunthala (2200m.) through small Sherpa settlement and forest, We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 05: Nunthala to Khari Khola (2010M)
From Nhuntala the descent continues to the Dudh Kosi (‘ Milk River ’) and cross this river using a 109m long suspension bridge (1510m). Our trek then climbs out of the river valley through fields of barley, wheat and corn to the sprawling Rai village of Jubing (1680m). We continue to climb up a ridge to a Sherpa village named Khari Khola (2010m) We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 06: Kharikhola to Pangkongma (2846M)
We rise to a spur pass, Khari La (2,990m). This used to be the main path up from Jiri before the new one below was made, as witnessed by the ruins of the old bhatti tea house. The view north and west is fantastic all the way to Cho Oyu. Shortly we come to a small lodge where we make lunch, which seems suspended over the wide Kharikhola valley below. We can see the notch of the Pangkongma La ahead only just higher than this little eyrie. The afternoon brings us through gorgeous forests with many high waterfalls, to the handsome village of Pangkongma (2,846m), where we camp in the grounds of a fine Sherpa family house, the last of these robust stone buildings we will see before our return to Lukla. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 07 - Rest at Pangkongma We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 08: Pangkongma - Khure(Ningswa)
This trek goes along the ridge of the Hinkhu Khola River . While going to Khure, you will notice many fantastic views of peaks such as Sanu Himal, Mojang Himal and Mera Himal. It takes almost whole day to reach Khure. We stay overnight at Khure. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 09: Khure (Ningswa) to Chhatra Khola
We begin to walk early in the morning to reach the campsite at Chhatra Khola on time. Yes, there are lots of ups and downs in the trail but the charming view of the Mera range and Mojang himal will make you forget all the hurdles. We stay overnight at Chhatra Khola, at the altitude of 3,500m. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 10: Chhatra Khola - Kote - Tangnag
The trail goes up from the Chhatra Khola and we reach to kute, passing forest on the way. As we trek beneath the Mera Himal along the ridge of the Hinku Khola, you will experience the day very short. We reach at Tamgnang which is a grazing area in summer. You begin to see simple lodges and shops from this point. We stay over night at Tanganag. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 11: Tangnag: Rest
This day is for acclimatization. It is very necessary for the further trekking. At this point, you will find yourself surrounded by the superb view of stunning mountains. On the north of Tangnag, there is a large moraine. You will also see a beautiful lake named Sabal Tsho. This area is worth visiting. The splendid view on the flanks of Kusum Kangguru is superb and rewarding. This is also advantageous for acclimatization. You will receive some climbing trainings here by our Sherpa. We stay overnight at Tangnag. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 12: Tangnag to Khare
We follow cross moraine of Dig glacier to Dig Kharka. This trail offers breathtaking views of the Charpate Himal. This trail goes up through the moraines and the snout of the Hinku Nup and Shar glacier. Then it climbs up towards our camping site, Khare. We stay overnight at Khare. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 13: Basic Training near in Khare
After having breakfast in the morning, we prepare ourselves for the ice climbing. And this ice climbing is just above the Khare. We have to walk couples of hour from this point and you will come to see beautiful views of Mera La on the trail. We spend few hours practicing ice climbing here. Our team leader will instruct you about climbing. We stroll back to campsite after few hours practice. We pack our mountain bags and equipments here for the final preparation. We stay overnight at Khare. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 14: Khare to Mera Base Camp:
This trek is relatively short and it offers enough time for acclimatization. This acclimatization gives us energy to Mera base camp. When we reach the Mera La pass, we will come to notice spectacular view and them we come down and continue to walk towards the Hongu side. We set up our base camp in the moraine, below the ice. We spent the whole night at Mera base camp. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 15: Mera Base Camp- Mera High Camp
Climbing Mera high camp could be risky if you witness the fresh snow for there are many crevasses. Then, you come near to the top of the rock band and it is marked by the large cairn. We set up our high camp there from where you can observe outstanding views of the world famous peaks such as Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu . We stay overnight at Mera high camp.

Day 16: Mera High Camp-Summit (6,476m) Mera Base Camp
Today the trail starts early in the morning for this is a summit day. We walk around 100m and go up with rope and ice climbing to arrive at the summit. You will see magnificent views of Everest (8,848mCho-Oyu (8,201m) Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m), Kangchenjunga (8,586m), Nuptse (7,855m) Chamlang (7,319m)m from the summit. Then we go back over to Mera base camp.

Day 17 : Khare or Tagnak to Khote
If we had a rest day yesterday, we could have continued our trek to stay one more night in Lukla. You can get beers at very cheap price there. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 18: Khote to Chetera
The new route is completed at Khote and it stays on the open hill side which lies west of the Hinku River . The wind blows down the forest. This makes your journey quicker and it offers fantastic views back of Mera peak. Then we come across a Chetera, a small pasture. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 19: Chetera to Lukla
The trail goes over a series of rises and high plateaux before we finally reach the craggy Zatrawa La (4,580m), where we look back on the Hinku wilderness for the last time and the south face of the peak we have just climbed. A gradual descent traverses toward the rocky outcrop of the Zatr Og. Switching over to the north behind this we descend now steeply from the Kalo Himal, the ‘black mountains’, into the rocky slopes and cascading streams of the Sherpa populated Dudh Kosi valley. The high crags give way to forest, where we have lunch in a clearing, then to farmland as we approach the tourist bustle of Lukla (2,850m), our night stop, still high above the river. The village of our outward trek now feels like a metropolis, and a wild party is inevitable. We stay overnight at Tent.

Day 20: fly Lukla to Kathmandu
Relax day in kathamndu.

Day 21: Sight seeing in kathmandu
After breakfast, our city guide reaches in Hotel with Vehicles, and then we drive to Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Bhaktapur is one of the oldest cities in Kathmandu valley. It is well known as Living Museum. Old brick paved enclave of old Royal palace, Nyathapola Temple, Datatriya temple, exquisite artwork offers a picture of the grandeur of medieval Nepal. And Patan is located 7 km away from Kathmandu, this city has many 15th to 17th century, Hindu and Buddhist, monuments built during the Malla dynasty. The most important area with many monuments is the Patan Durbar Square. We stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 22: Kathmandu – departure
Transfer to international airport for your final departure. The trip ends, our Airport Representative will drop you to the Tribhuvan International Airport for your flight departure from Nepal

Suggested Climbing gears:

  1. Climbing boots, Crampons
  2. Ice axe, Harness
  3. Karabiners,
  4. Tapes/slings,
  5. Rock pegs, Helmet (crash hat)
  6. Warm climbing trousers, Long cotton hiking shirts
  7. Waterproof climbing jacket, Gaiters,
  8. Sun hat, Light cotton athletic socks and wool,
  9. climbing socks, Long sleeved cotton/woolen shirts,
  10. T-shirts, Wool long underwear
  11. Down high altitude, Sleeping bag
  12. Down jacket/ trousers/vest, Climbing sunglasses
  13. Sunscreen, Lip salve
  14. Lightweight fleece, Fleece/wool for climbing
  15. Head torch /batteries/bulbs, Lightweight thermal/ insulated ski gloves

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