Mera Peak Climbing Adventure takes you to awesome destinations between high peaks and passes. Enjoy the process of realizing your adrenaline dreams into pure reality. With great support and guidance from our expert Everest Summiteers and trekking guides, relish the momentous adventure journey. Moreover, Awesome Nepal Treks & Expeditions always strives to provide value worth every travel investment of its valued clients.
Mera Peak stands at 6,461 m, one of the highest trekking peaks of Nepal Himalaya. A climb of less technical effort, a straightforward climb, where climbing gear is required like an ice-axe and crampons. The grade is PD ‘Per Difficult’. It refers to less technical difficulty but requires your courage and determination for the climb of Mera Peak, the grade we have used as per French and Swiss Alpine Climbing Classification which is popular worldwide on this type of alpine climb.
The climb is non-technical, however encountering steep ridges to the summit of Mera Peak, with an amazing view of the mighty Himalayas from Mt. Everest (8,848m), Cho-Oyu (8,210m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m), Kanchenjunga (8,586m), Nuptse (7,855m), Chamlang (7,319m), Baruntse (7,129m). After completing our highlights and goal on Mera Peak Climbing Adventure walk leads back into green vegetation within alpine woodland, as the walk descends back to Lukla for a short panoramic flight back to Kathmandu to conclude our marvelous and fantastic adventure Mera Peak Climbing Adventure.
The days after reaching Khare is very much crucial during this adventure. Sherpa guides will provide basic training to the climbers in Khare. You will have to do the acclimatization exercises in this place. Even if the mountain is the highest trekking peak in Nepal, you can have a relatively easy ascent. It depends upon the type of support crew members that you have. The route from the High Camp to the summit is straightforward. However, it may become tricky according to the climatic situations.
Immediately after the summit, you will return back to Khare. The return trip is different from the ascent. The crossing of the Zatrawala Pass is an amazing feat to gather. Please remember that trekking to the base camp of the Mera Peak is completely different than regular Khumbu trekking. It differs from Lukla itself.
No, you can’t reach the Everest Base Camp during Mera Peak Climbing. Trekkers have to take a different route immediately after landing at Lukla airport for Mera Adventure. So, don’t expect to be at the base camp on this adventure. If you would like to visit the base camp during peak climbing, you will have to do either Lobuche Peak Climbing or Island Peak Climbing.
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On arrival at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport, received by the representative of Awesome Nepal Trek and then transfer you to your hotel around Thamel areas in the hub of the Kathmandu city. At the hotel, our guide and staff will provide information on dos and don’ts brief you with your programs on sightseeing including trek and climb of Mera Peak.
After breakfast, (optional tour on request) at leisure preparation for the trek and climb where members can check their gear and buy or rent some needy equipment’s on this day.
Early morning departure from the hotel transfer towards Kathmandu domestic airport for the flight to Lukla, which is the starting point of the trek.
This flight of 35 minutes, offers breathtaking views of Himalayan peaks, then finally landing at Lukla airport known as Tenzing-Hillary Airport. From Lukla starting our first-day walk heading past several Sherpa farm villages with grand views of snow-capped peaks and rolling hills, to reach at Chutanga for overnight stop within lush forest of alpine tree lines around summer pasture fields beneath Kalo Himal and Naulekh Ridge.
After Chutanga, the adventure continues with morning climb crossing over Kalo Himal Ridge of Nau-Lekh mountain range, separating Khumbu and Hinku Valley and towards the west of Makalu region.
Trek over first pass with steep climb to reach a ridge festooned with Buddhist prayer flags at the height of 4,450meters, the pass called Zatrwa Og, from here walk over boulder slope, then around a corner and climb again to Zatrwa-La at 4,600meters, with stunning views of Dudh Kosi river valley and peaks of Karyolung and Lumding Himal, an hour downhill to Tuli-Kharka for overnight stop.
From Thuli-Kharka, a short morning walk with downhill and excellent view of Peak 43 and Kusum Kanguru peaks, reaching a scenic Inkhu valley, with South Face views of Mera Peak and back into rhododendron and pine forest, with the gradual walk through a forest to reach a summer pasture at Mosum-Kharka.
After Mousum-Kharka, a short walk following north on leaving forested area with a pleasant walk to reach a wide open valley with pasture land, as the trek continues to a small bridge to reach Gondishung near Kothe, this place with small wooden huts and shelters of stone wall enclosures, Gondishung with an interesting 200-year-old small Gompa (monastery/shrine), from here a short walk brings you to our overnight stop at Kote with afternoon free to relax and short hike around this beautiful pastureland.
With a pleasant stop at Kothe another short day walk which helps you with acclimatization and can enjoy the surrounding beautiful views on the leisure walk towards our overnight stop at Tangnag with few tea-houses serving as a simple lodge for travellers, this is also a temporary settlement and a Yak grazing pastures.
At this altitude at above 4,360 meters high, necessary rest day for acclimatization, before heading higher altitude and for the climb of Mera Peak, today a short hike to get the best views of Peak 43 at 6,769 m with Mera Peak.
From Thagnag with nice rest day, starting with moderate walk with scenery that surrounds this Hinku valley, walk follows on moderate path over moraine dam of Charpatti Tal (lake), leading to a high area, lined with cairns with glacial lake, climbing for short while as the path leads downhill to a large pasture land at Dig Kharka, walking for an hour across boulder-strewn hillside to reach Khare for overnight camp.
At Khare free day for practice and exercise on ice and rocks climb where our expert guide will show and instructs with the skill of using climbing equipment and technic on the climb, rest of the afternoon rest or short hike around to support acclimatization.
After a day at Mera base camp, walk further up to set High Camp to make approachable to the summit of Mera peak, normally climbers make it from the base camp to Mera peak, but it is always safe and best adding more camp before the summit bid.
Morning leaving Mera base camp, trek heads across Mera La to reach Mera High Camp, after few hours of hard walk on high altitude with few stops in between reaching at Mera High Camp, for last camp before the climb, afternoon our expert guide will scout area of the route of climb and fix ropes where necessary, rest of the day preparing for Mera Peak climb this high camp offers an outstanding view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Lhotse, Nuptse, Chamlang and Baruntse peaks.
Our final and Grand Day of the adventure, starting the early morning before dawn for the summit bid, where route leads with steep climb; after a hard strenuous climb without less technical difficulty reaching on top the summit of Mera peak. Where you feel on top of the world at this extreme height facing panorama of giant mountains that surround you at the over-looking Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho- Oyu with Mt. Kanchenjunga and Makalu in the east, after a great exciting and hard climb, descend with care to base camp and then back to Khare for an overnight stop.
After a grand moment and experience of a lifetime adventure, return back to Lukla a pleasant trek leads to Tagnag and then at Kote for an overnight stop.
From Kothe morning walk leads back into tree lines of blue Himalayan pines and rhododendrons, passing grazing areas with gentle climb with views of Mera Peak and other high mountains, at Thuli-Kharka for an overnight stop, before heading over Naulekh ridges to reach Lukla.
Morning walk towards a steep climb up at Zatrawa-la pass facing views of Dudh Koshi River and Number Himal, after a brief stop on top of the pass a steep descend brings you at Chutanga.
Our last day walk continues on the same trail with short walks and back in woodlands to reach at Lukla after the long day walks for an overnight stop, at Lukla celebrate the victory and success of Mera Peak climb among fellow staff-guides and members.
Early morning depart from Lukla for Kathmandu, a short and scenic sweeping flight brings you to Kathmandu airport and then transfer to your hotel with the free afternoon for individual activities and souvenirs shopping.
Your last day in amazing Nepal country of Himalayan wonders, as per your flight time transfer for your international flight with the fond memory and excellent time on Mera Peak Climbing and great service of Awesome Nepal Treks.
Subject: Thanks for a great trek
Message: We have just completed a 15 day Himalayan trek with Awesome Nepal Treks and it could not have been better! The trek was very well organized, had excellent food and accommodation, there was no problems whatsoever and our guide Dil was a very informative, well-spoken and absolutely entertaining guy. The whole experience was amazing and I would strongly recommend Awesome Nepal Treks to anyone who wants a great, enjoyable, hassle-free trip.
My cousin and I traveled to Nepal in 2011 and completed the Everest Basecamp Trek with our guide Dil Thapa.
Dil absolutely made sure this trek would far exceed my expectations and I am grateful for the time we shared together in Nepal.
There are an endless amount of photos and videos online for us to see the natural beauty of Nepal before arriving there. The greatest compliment I can give Nepal (more specifically, Dil Thapa) is this, the beauty of Nepal is its people first and foremost.
Trip Name: Short Poon Hill Trek
Booked this trek from the comfort at home in the UK. Communication with Dil was brilliant, his response to all my emails were quick and courteous. He tailored the trek around us, as a small group of 4 adults ranging in age from 29 to 69 (who was still recovering from an ACL op last May). His pace was brilliant for our group.
Dil arranged to meet us in our hotel in Kathmandu and talked us through the trek, bringing maps, holdalls and T-Shirts.
The trek was for 3 nights, 4 days staying in good, clean lodges. All was included except our drinks.
We experienced trekking in glorious sunshine up to Poon Hill. There was still snow on the ground and Dil provided the group with crampons, which made walking easier and safer.
Our trek started and ended in Pokhara. Dil and his team collected us from our hotel in Pokhara promptly at the time agreed.
Dil and the porters were brilliant, the porters were more than porters and made our trek even more enjoyable. We felt totally safe and Dil was an excellent guide. The scenery was spectacular.
Would certainly use Awesome Nepal Treks again as Dil arranges trips to Tibet and Bhutan.