Mera peak climbing: Mera Peak Expedition gives you the chance to climb a Himalayan peak while following a non technical route to the summit – Mera Peak Climbing is one of the most beautiful and the highest of Nepal’s permitted trekking peaks. It rises from the south of Everest and dominates the watershed between the wild and heavily wooded valleys of the Hinku and Hongu Drangkas, and is not truly speaking part of the Khumbu Himal. Both the Hongu and Hinku Valleys remain uninhabited although there are few Kharka in the upper Hinku basin. Its an easy snow climb from the Mera, but sometimes crevasses complicate the route.
Far and above the most rewarding aspect of a trip to Mera is a chance to venture into a little-visited and as yet unexplored region of Nepal, where the hillsides are still densely forested and a need to be self-sufficient is essential. Mera Peak can be approached from different directions; none are easy and some require the crossing of high and difficult passes, making a trek to the peak a real mountaineering adventure for which effort is rewarded with spectacular scenery and ultimately one of the finest viewpoints in Nepal. Similarly, you may also like Island Peak Climbing as your next climbing travel option.
Known as the highest peak standing 6654 m Mear peak climbing providing 3 different passes often making climbers confused and climbing different peak nearby. Traveling alone is one of the risk factor of trekkers missing for this region. If you are planning to make trek and climb this peak be sure to make all the arrangement and to be sure to pick reliable travel source. At this time our team will always be ready to provide you with all the arrangement and climbing gear and the best trekking guide with the experience of more than a decade inside the trekking industry.
Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu, pick up from airport. Transfer to the hotel.
Day 02 : Rest of the day free time on your own.
Day 03 : Early morning flight to Lukla (2800m) Overnight in Lodge.
Day 04 : Lukla to Chutenga (3350m) Camp.
Day 05 : Chutenga to over Zatrela pass overnight at Chatrarbu (4340m)
Day 06 : Chatrabu to Kothe (3700m) Camp.
Day 07 : Kothe to Thagnak (4356m) Camp.
Day 08 : Thanak rest for Acclimatization Camp.
Day 09 : Thanak to Khare (4900m) Camp.
Day 10 : Khare to Mera La (5200m) For Glacier training & back to khare
Day 11 : Khare to Mera High Camp (5800m) Camp.
Day 12 : High Camp to Mera Summit (6476m) & return back to Khare
Day 13 : A spare Day incase of bad weather
Day 14 : Khare to Kothe Camp (3700m) Camp.
Day 15 : Kothe to Chatrabu Camp (4340m) Camp.
Day 16 : Chatrabu to Lukla overnight in Lodge (2800m) Lodge.
Day 17 : Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu, pick up from airport. Transfer to the hotel
Day 18 : Free day in Kathmandu for souvenir shopping & independent activities
Day 19 : Send off to airport, departure from Kathmandu.
The cost includes:
The cost does not include:
Expenses of personal nature, personal climbing gears, hard/soft drinks; personal medication, rescue in case of emergency, insurance and Tips
Extras (subject to change)
Extra: Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu roundtrip airfares US$ 275 per person.
* Climbing permit fees:
US$ 350 for the group upto 4 people
US$ 350 + US$ 40 for the group of 1 to 5 people in a group
US$ 390 + US$ 40 for the group of 1 to 6 people in a group
US$ 430 + US$ 40 for the group of 1 to 7 people in a group
US$ 470 + US$ 40 for the group of 1 to 8 people in a group
US$ 510 + US$ 25 for the group of 9 to 12 people in a group
* A CLIMBING SHERPA If you require a climbing Sherpa to assist you to get to the summit. His cost will be US$ 300.00 FROM THE GROUP divided by you. For his equipments/ allowances and risk of working in the mountain. This is as per the rule of NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association).
* GARBAGE DEPOSIT US$ 250 payable from the group (This deposit is refundable to you after to completion of climb).
|Trek Region:||N/A||Starts in/ Ends in:||October 7, 2018 Fixed Group joining departure|
|Trek Duration:||19 days (14 days trek)||Type of trek:||Camping|
|Best Season:||March to May and September to November|
March 15, 2018
April 5, 2018
May 2, 2018
October 7, 2018
November 23, 2018