Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing

Duration Duration 18 days
Meals Meals
  • Daily Breakfast
  • 14 Lunch
  • 14 Dinner
Accommodation Accommodation
  • Hotel in Kathmandu
  • Teahouse in trek
  • Tented camp during climbing
Activites Activities
  • Trekking
  • Sightseeing
  • Climbing
Price Reduced US$ 3100 Price Starts From US$ 2600

Overview of Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing is the most popular and the highest permitted trekking peak, and Mera Peak Climbing lies to the south of Everest. The beautiful mountain on the trail leading to the peak consists of two valleys, Hinku and Hongu Drangkas. We chose the best season and have made the best itinerary for Mera Peak Climbing.

Mera Peak is one of the most sought-after trekking peaks in Nepal. Mera Peak lies at an altitude of 6461m above sea level. From this height, mountaineers can view the fantastic Himalayas that appear before their eyes. Mera Peak passes via culturally stimulating valleys with remote picturesque villages and forests.

Mera Peak is Nepal’s highest trekking peak and lies in the Khumbu region. Mera peak climbing will take around one week with good acclimatization packages to yield the best view of the panoramic mountain range. Even though Mera Peak is at a high altitude, moderate mountaineering experience, a good fitness level, and a keen sense of adventure make the expedition straightforward.

Highlights of Mera Peak Climbing

  • Experience the spectacular adventure across the Hinku Valley of the Everest Region
  • Opportunity to understand various Himalayan arts and sculptures, as well as experience the Sherpa culture, and customs
  • While traversing the Sagarmatha National Park Area, take in the breathtaking view of Flora and Fauna.
  • Panorama view of majestic mountains like Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu
  • Experience the highest trekking peak and have beautiful scenery of several glaciers around the Khumbu valley

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Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

Inclusion Details
Accommodation and Meals
  • 3-Star hotel in Kathmandu
  • Teahouse and tented camp during the trip
  • Meals as per an itinerary
  • 3 cups of tea/coffee during the trek
Guide and Porters
  • One experienced and well-trained guide
  • One assistant guide for 5+ trekkers
  • Necessary porters in 2:1 Ratio
  • Guide cum porter for Solo trekker
  • International airport transfer two times
  • Domestic airport transfer two times
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu airfare
  • Other land transportation
Other Inclusion
  • Mera Peak Climbing Permit
  • Sightseeing entrance Fees
  • Trekking Map, achievement certificate
  • Applicable Government Taxes

What's Not Included
Before the Trek
  • International Airfare and Nepal Visa Fee
  • Trekking equipment
  • Pre and post accommodation
  • Travel Insurance
During the trek
  • Personal Expenses like laundry, bar bills, etc
  • Extra night hotel accommodation in the City area
  • Upgrade hotel accommodation and extra porter
  • Tipping for Guide and porter
Trip Detail Information

Mera peak climbing begins with an exciting flight to Lukla, ranked number one in the world’s most dangerous airport lists. The trail passes through Paanch Pokhari, another delightful place to be at. The high camp is set at 5800m so that the summit day is shortened and enough acclimatization is achieved.

Mera Peak provides a breathtaking panoramic view and consists of peaks known globally. Five spectacular 8000m peaks are visible. To name them, Mt. Everest (8848m), Cho-Oyu (8210m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8463m), and Kanchenjunga (8586m) Mountain. Trekkers can experience the Zatrwa Pass if they prefer to go the extra mile and feel the beauty of the Himalayas up close and personal.

Safety Tips

Mera Peak poses a little technical difficulty because its altitude crosses 6000m. The technical requirement is fundamental and does not demand many mountaineering tools. It is an exhausting climb if trekkers do not acclimatize sufficiently at the high camp. Safety and mountaineering gear are necessary to have while climbing Mera Peak. A portable altitude chamber (PAC) or oxygen cylinder provides sufficient air to breathe during times of need.

A comprehensive medical kit and a satellite phone for communication will facilitate the rescue team in case of any emergencies. The most challenging part of the climb consists of a slope of almost 40 degrees of snow/ice. Prior mountaineering experience will help the climbers to lead the team in such harsh situations.


Teahouses, which are warm and comforting, are available throughout the trek to the high camp. All-season sleeping bags and the tent are also an alternative to stargazers who would love to stare into infinity at night. Some teahouses do not allow single-room accommodation during the summit season. These teahouses serve Nepalese, Tibetan, Indian, and the more common continental cuisines. The Sherpa community exhibits the richness and diversity within the culture and conducts welcome and farewell programs.

Mera Peak Climbing Difficulty

Mera Peak Climbing‘s degree of difficulty ranges from moderate to complex. The trial will be simple, and there will be no steep and rugged ascents along the trek. Although With a height of 6,476m, you should be aware of the potential difficulties. The elevation gain during the trek will be slightly strenuous before reaching the summit of Mera Peak. Similarly, the high camp will be at a height of 5800m. Therefore, you will have to exert more effort on the trek to reach the summit.

Because altitude can create issues such as altitude sickness, you should take precautions to avoid it. Recently, there have been a few changes surrounding the glaciers of the Everest region due to global warming. It might be risky to trek above the split iceberg. Aside from that, everyone, from beginners to professional trekkers, can climb Mera Peak.

Best time for Mera Peak Expedition

Spring Season

There will be no better time to climb Mera Peak than in the spring. The pure air, beautiful sky, and vast mountain scenery amaze you. The temperature during the day will be approximately 10 degrees Celsius, and at night it will drop to -5 to -10 degrees Celsius. This season lasts from February until May.

Autumn Season

Autumn is an excellent season to climb Mera Peak following spring. This season lasts from September through November. The lush foliage and completely rhododendron waves on the scenery of the Everest Region are things to see during this season. The temperature will be approximately 5 to 10 degrees Celsius during the day and -5 degrees Celsius at night.

Summer Season

During this season, the Everest Region experiences heavy rain. Summer lasts from June through August, bringing heavy rain and heat waves over the country. Furthermore, some adventurous trekkers would desire to explore the misty and wet environment of the Khumbu Region and Hinku Valley during this season. The daytime temperature will range between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius, while the overnight temperature will fall below -2 degrees Celsius.

Winter Season

There will be snow everywhere during the winter season. Without confidence, only trekkers who enjoy trekking in the snow would choose to trek during this season. The intense cold, icebergs, and frozen formations will provide some issues throughout the expedition. This season is in effect from the end of November until the first week of February. The temperature will range from -5 to -15 degrees Celsius during the day and dip to -20 degrees Celsius at night.

Acclimatization during Mera Peak Climbing

During the trek, acclimatization is critical. You will need adequate rest and nutrition during the trek to avoid fatigue and altitude sickness. During the Mera Peak Climbing, there will be two acclimatization days, both of which will take place in the same spot.

The Khare will be the location of the acclimatization day even after returning from the summit. During acclimatization, we explore monasteries and communities around the surrounding villages. Likewise, we will mentally and physically prepare to trek to the summit of Mera Peak. Similarly, on the acclimatization day, we will also know how we will be able to tackle the persistent trial difficulty as well as altitude sickness during the trek.

Mera Peak climbing Trip Grade: Fitness Level, Medical and Health

Mera Peak is categorized as complex to moderate trekking difficulty level. You must be physically and mentally fit for this excursion. Also, your medical condition and endurance level should be appropriate for this excursion since it needs a lot of persistence and significant exertion. Before trekking, you should improve your postural stability and sturdiness with workouts and fitness routines.

Similarly, those suffering from heart and lung problems should be aware of this trek because it is unsuitable. To keep the oxygen flow in your body smooth during trekking, you must train to strengthen your muscles before the trek. Swimming, cycling, uphill and downhill jogging, and stretch yoga will all be beneficial. There will also be luggage to carry on the trek, so practice carrying some bag packs and trekking uphill before the expedition. Similarly, mental health is crucial throughout the trek, so try to be more enthusiastic without thinking about any hurdles. This trek will be one of the most exciting and thrilling trekking adventures.

A Typical Day on Mera Peak Climbing

The day begins with a spectacular sunrise and a hearty breakfast. In the same way, we will hit the trials early in the morning. The trials feature stone and wall barriers that will guide us to our destination, traversing rivers, steady landscapes, and majestic pine and Rhododendron vegetation. After 3 hours of trekking, we will halt at one of the teahouses for a delicious lunch.
After lunch, we’ll return to the trials and continue our trek to our destination.

Furthermore, we’ll reach our goal within three more hours of trekking. Before dinner, we’ll play some cards, read some books, and wander through the settlement. After a delicious dinner, we’ll discuss the following day’s trek and get some sleep.

Travel Insurance for Mera Peak Climbing

You will require travel insurance if you are trekking one of Nepal‘s highest and most famous treks. Mera Peak climbing is not that simple; several complications could arise. Because you never know what problems may appear throughout this expedition, travel insurance is essential. Furthermore, it would be best to get travel insurance covering you above 5000 meters in elevation.

With the relevant travel insurance, you can also receive a helicopter rescue of over 5000m. You won’t have to pay exorbitant fees if you have insurance. As a result, travel insurance is essential for safeguarding your functioning and other concerns. Similarly, you can provide trek itinerary information in travel insurance as well.

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