Mera Peak Climbing

Duration : 15 Days

Best Seasons: Spring/Autumn

Accomodations: Hotel, Lodge, Camp

Grade: Challenging

Max Altitude:6,461m/21,216ft


Mera Peak (6,461m/21,216ft) is situated at the end of the serene and remote Hinku valley which is rarely visited by trekkers. There are many routes to Mera some of them are easy and some require to cross high and challenging passes. South ridge facing East and North is considered quite challenging. Northeast ridge is really difficult one. West face and north-west ridge is possible to climb but access to Mera via West glacier (Khare glacier) is much difficult. Climbing expedition to Mera Peak is truly rewarding. One has to tread on off the beaten trail, cross the Hinku valley and spend overnight in rarely visited villages at tea houses, spending most of the time high above the main trail. During the trek it is required to spend 2 extra days for rest and acclimatization to enjoy the stunning scenery and unique Hinku valley. Every year more than 1000 climbers from different countries successfully scaled ‘Mera Peak’. They believe that they have scaled the highest ‘Trekking Peak’ in the Nepalese Himalayas. We organize over 15 Mera Peak expeditions every year and have achieved 100% success rate on our climbs. Our goal is to get our clients safely to the summit and back to Kathmandu.

Arrival in Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel (1,300m/4,265ft)
Trip preparation, shopping and briefing
Fly to Lukla, trek to Chuthanga (3,450m)
Chuthanga to Zattre-la (4,100m)
Zattre la to Kothe (3,691m)
Kothe to Thaknak (4,358m)
Acclimatization & pre-climb training
Thaknak to Khare (5,045m)
Khare to Mera High Camp (5,780m)
DAY 10
Summit Mera Peak (6,476m) & back to Khare
DAY 11
Khare to Kothe Day
DAY 12
Kothe to Zattre-la
DAY 13
Zattre la to Lukla
DAY 14
Fly back to Kathmandu
DAY 15
Final Departure

Excludes International and domestic airport Pick-up and drop-off

3 Nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast

Both way air tickets (KTM -Lukla/Luka-KTM) for members and staffs

Peak royalty, national park, and VDC charge

Wages, equipment, food, medical insurances for involved staffs

Meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) with tea/coffee and hot soup

All the necessary tents, table & chairs, kitchen utensils, mattresses,EPI Gas, burners, High foods and general climbing equipment (such as rope, ice screw, snow bar etc.)

Sleeping bag and down jackets (if required) with certain charge

Garbage disposal fee

First aid medical kits for the group

Farewell dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant in Kathmandu

    Nepal Entry Visa fee US$ 50 per person for 30 days

    International Airfare Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu (except farewell dinner)

    Travel Insurance and High Altitude Insurance (Accident, Medical and Heli Rescue)

    Phone calls, Satellite Phones, Internet, Laundry, Bar-bills, battery recharge, water, and hot shower.

    Personal climbing gear and tips

    Tips for staffs