Mera peak climbing

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US $2200


18 Days

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Max. Altitude

6476 M

Best Time

Feb- May/Sept-Nov



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Mera  Peak is a wonderful mountain top with inside the Himalayas of Nepal. With an elevation of 6476m, it’s also the best hiking top in Nepal. The epic adventure to Mera Peak is exhilarating and packed with superb adventure. This precise mountain is the appropriate place to begin for beginners. It is likewise an appropriate exercise terrain for folks who want to triumph over Mt. Everest.
Mera Peak is the mountain Peak inside the Mahalangur segment of Nepal’s Himalayas. (Mountain), Which is internal to the  Sagarmatha Zone (Mt. Everest) The elevation of Mera Peak is regularly given as 6,654 meters (21,831 ft), and demanded to be the best hiking top.                      
Mera Peak Climbing  Experience 
Awe-inspiring perspectives of the complete Everest Mahalangur Himalayan range, together with Mt Everest, Mt Amadablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, etc.
Passing through the lovely landscapes of Makalu Barun National Park
Magical perspectives of the Himalayan dawn and sunsets
Exploring the neighborhood settlements and their tradition and heritage
Practice and schooling floor for the Mount Everest expedition
Arriving at the pinnacle of the Mera Peak Summit at 6467 m
Staying on the network tea homes and hotels with amazing hospitality

Wildlife exploration of uncommon and endangered species 
 Mera Peak is most easily climbed during the Spring and Autumn seasons due to the solid climatic conditions and mild temperatures. The Spring is Nepal’s most beautiful time of the year from March to May, offering some of the world’s most beautiful natural landscapes. The vegetation is lush and green, with wildflowers covering the hills. The mountains are also home to a variety of wildlife, including many species of animals.
The best time to climb Mera  Peak is during Spring and Autumn, as the temperatures during the day are ideal for free trekking. There are no weather issues during this season, and there is very little rain, so there is no risk of landslides, slippery trails, or avalanches. The snow-capped Himalayan scenery with a clear blue sky is one of the best things to see during this season’s trek.

Mera Peak Climbing in the Autumn

If you are looking for an off-season trek, you can also climb this beautiful trekking peak in the autumn. From September to November, this time of year is perfect for trekking and climbing. The weather in the mountains is usually nice and clear, and you can see the majestic Himalayas at their best.

This season ranges from June to August. In this season, you will experience a trail with wet conditions. There are leeches along the route and slippery trails. Besides that, you will also find extremely hot conditions, which are pretty tricky for trekking in the daytime.
         During the day, the weather is moderate and temperatures are warm. However, at night, the temperature can drop quite a bit. Another great thing about post-summer trekking is the festival season. The locals of the area celebrate various festivals during the Autumn season, so you can interact with them and have an extra element of adventure. Also, there are fewer disruptions during this time as it is after the monsoon season. Climbing Mera Peak in summer
During the off-season in the Himalayas, there are two seasons: the winter and the summer. During the summer season, hot, humid, and heavy rains are common. This season runs from June through August. During this time, you will encounter a wet trail, leeches, slippery trails, and extremely hot conditions. These conditions make trekking during the day very difficult. 

The climate is slight, and temperatures are warm. However, at night, the temperature can drop pretty a bit. Another amazing issue approximately post-summer time season hiking is the competition season. The locals of the place have a good time at numerous fairs all through the Autumn season so you can engage with them and feature an additional detail of the adventure. Also, there are much fewer disruptions all through this time as it’s miles after the monsoon season. Climbing Mera top in summer time season
Climbing Mera Peak in Winters
The different low seasons inside the winters are similarly hard due to the acute bloodless temperatures. The frigid situations inside the winters additionally include heavy snowfall. Trekkers will want to go through thick layers of snow all through their journey, including the trek’s difficulty.
Temperatures inside the place stay properly underneath 0 levels Celsius, every other hard issue of low-season treks. Hence, you need to keep away from a low-season trek as lots as possible. However, in case you love a quiet, nonviolent environment, you could stroll in those seasons.
If you are a backpacker who wants a budget traveling experience, you can take this offseason trek. However, adequate packing with proper gear and equipment is essential.


Mera peak climbing
Mera peak climbing
Mera peak climbing
Mera peak climbing
Mera peak climbing
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Mera peak climbing
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Mera peak climbing

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Detailed Itinerary – Mera Peak Climbing

 Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (Tribhuvan International Airport) and Transfer to the hotel

Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing and tour preparations

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Puyan.

Day 04: Trek from Puyan to Pangum.

Day 05: Trek from Pangum to Ningsow.

Day 06: Trek from Ningsow to Chhetra Thanga

Day 07: Trek from Chhetra Thanga to Kothe (Mosom Kharka).

Day 08: Trek from Kothe (Mosom Kharka) to Thangnak

Day 09: Trek from Thangnak to Khare.

Day 10: Trek from Khare to Mera La and back to Khare

Day 11: Trek from Khare to Mera La and High Camp and Trek back to Base Camp

Day 12: Trek from Mera Peak Base Camp to High Camp

Day 13: Summit Mera Peak and trek back to Khare.

Day 14: Reserve Day for Contingency

Day 15: Trek from Khare to Kothe

Day 16: Trek from Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Day 17: Trek from Thuli Kharla to Lukla via Zatrwa La pass.

Day 18: Fly to Kathmandu.

Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be welcomed by our team and representatives at the Tribhuvan International Airport. You will be able to complete all the necessary procedures at the airport, such as visa application and all the required documentation.
Upon arrival, you will be taken to the hotel in Kathmandu. Here, you can get ready for the difficult journey ahead. During your stay at the hotel, you will be able to relax and also be informed about the tour on our Mira peak climbing itinerary. 

On this day of the Mera peak climbing itinerary, you will have the opportunity to visit the ancient city of Kathmandu. You will have the chance to see the city’s beautiful landmarks with amazing cultural significance. You will be able to visit the temples and the palaces of the city in the areas of Durbar Square. You will also be able to see the local settlements with amazing architecture. This will give you a unique view of the region and the cultural landscapes. You will also have the opportunity to buy souvenirs for your loved ones back home. Since you can’t cover all the places of the valley in one day, you have the option to choose the places by yourself. You will have a chance to taste the delicious cuisine of the local people in the area.
On this peak climbing journey, you will be passing through some very difficult terrains. You will need to be well-prepared for the trip.
After exploring the amazing cultural landscapes, you will be able to go to the hotel where you can relax and prepare for your next day’s trek.

Trekking Duration: five hours
Flight Duration: 35 minutes
In this Mira top hiking route, you’ll first take a scenic flight from the capital town of Kathmandu to Lukla. Lukla is the Everest place’s accessibility factor. The lovely mountain flight will take you around 35 to 40 minutes. You will then begin your adventure from this factor in Lukla and trek to Puyan.
The spellbinding adventure passes via lovely and hard landscapes inside the foothills of the Himalayas. The lovely adventure begins offevolved after you’ve got got a scrumptious breakfast. The mountain flight additionally gives you a sweeping scenic vista of the mountains.
Puyan stays placed at an elevation of 2820 meters. The hiking trails are far off and by the skip via numerous settlements of the neighborhood people. These trails are built to get advanced and continue to be a way far far from modernization. There also are forests with many magnolias and rhododendron bushes alongside the path.
The scenic vista of Cho Oyu and different Himalayan mountain peaks inside the place is any other spotlight of hiking to Puyan. After hiking for four to five hours inside the forested trails, you’ll attain the last vacation spot of Puyan.

Maximum Altitude: 3100 m
Trekking Duration: 4-five hours
At the moment of the Mera Peak mountaineering in Nepal, our adventure begins offevolved from Puyan. We byskip via the paths staring at the stunning vista of Cho Oyu peak. You will traverse the outstanding Khari La Pass at an elevation of 2860 meters.
Khali La Pass is an outstanding perspective to examine the first-rate mountain peaks of the region. There you’ll arrive after hiking for nearly 2 hours from Puyan. We will skip via the numerous tough trails to reach the tea residence where you’ll have your lunch.

Maximum Altitude: 3100 m
Trekking Duration: 4-five hours
The first-rate path from Pangum begins offevolved early in the morning as we can have our breakfast inside the crisp mountain air. You will then traverse through the wooded area trails to reach our vacation spot of Ningsow. The path of primary climb takes you on an uphill path to reach Pangum La (3010 meters).
We will then go to the lovely Inkhu Valley and trek to Bhumse. It is a cute village agreement positioned on a far-off place on the cease of a cliff. After on foot inside the lovely area for 4-five hours, you’ll eventually arrive at a teahouse. You will spend the night time resting and socializing together along with your fellow trekkers in Ningsow.

Maximum Altitude: 3300 m
Trekking Duration: 5-6 hours
We will trek through the beautiful trails to arrive at Chhetri Thanga from Ningsow. The courses of this trek take you through a hill climb on steep terrain to arrive at the destination.
The incredible forested trails of this region pass through the Ankhu Khola Valley. There are V-shaped valleys on the western edges, which is a beautiful viewpoint to observe the entire area. After arriving at the beautiful Chhetra Thanga, we will rest in the camp in the region, watching the night sky.

Maximum Altitude: 3,691 m
Trekking Duration: 4-5 hours
The trail of this trek will take you to the beautiful destination of Mosom Kharka (Kothe). We will start our journey by observing the beautiful Himalayas from the viewpoint of Chhetri Thanga.
From there, you can take a beautiful uphill climb to observe the entire landscape of the region, including Mera Peak. The trek trail passes through virgin landscapes with unexplored forested areas, finally arriving at Mosom Kharka. You will pass through the beautiful forested trails of many rhododendrons and pine trees.
The beautiful Inkhu Khola makes this environment quite enchanting for trekkers and travelers. Finally, you will arrive at a small pastureland after a slight descent through the local settlements of the region. You can find yaks grazing in the pastureland with the yak herders. There you can sleep for the night at a hut or camp.

Trekking Duration: 5-6 hours
We will awaken early with the golden Himalayan dawn in Mosom Kharka. The trek in this phase takes you to the vacation spot of Thagnak within the region. You must take this trek very carefully as there’s a tough phase at an elevation of 4200 meters. You may even gain a lot of altitude beyond 4000m.                                                    Hence, altitude illness is quite a risk among climbers and trekkers. Therefore, you need to trek slowly with proper acclimatization and hydration. After trekking for five to six hours, you will eventually reach Thangnak. You can catch a glimpse of the majestic Mera Peak for the first time during this journey. Upon reaching our destination, we will camp at Thagnak and rest overnight.   

Maximum Altitude: 4900 m
Trekking Duration: 6-7 hours
During this adventure from Thagnak to Khaare, you’ll bypass interesting trails at a higher altitude. We will trek via the natural pathways of the area to finally arrive at the stunning Thangnak. The trekkers will pass by the majestic Dig Glacier, which offers scenic mountain views.
This includes the Himalayan peaks of the Everest Mahalangur range. You will climb the moraine from the Glacier, which is quite steep. Finally, after crossing the majestic Glacier, you’ll arrive at Dig Kharka. It is a scenic pasture land where yaks may be grazing alongside their herders.
After 5-6 hours of hiking, you’ll finally be able to see Mera North from one of the best viewpoints in the area. We’ll camp for the night and spend the evening talking and resting.

On this day, we will start our trek from Khare and make our way up to the highest point of the mountain, Mera La, which is 5415 meters above sea level. The glacier trails offer you the best view of the whole area. The route of Mera La offers a mix of uphill and downhill paths through glacial moraine. We will explore this amazing glacier area which offers an amazing adventure. After exploring the area, we will begin our trek back to Khare. Upon reaching Khare, we will make our way around and rest for a while before sleeping at the camp. The duration of the trek is 5-6 hours.

On this day, the trek is quite short and can be done by any trekker. You will reach the top of the Mera La which is 5415 meters above sea level. Once you get to the top of the mountain, you will start to climb to the high camp which is at 5800 meters. Climbing this beautiful mountain is important for acclimating to the higher altitude. During this climbing adventure, you will need to acclimatize to the altitude to be able to cope with altitude sickness. You will not stay at the base camp overnight as our crew members will place tents at the bottom of the Glacier for you to rest. Finally, you will make your way to the peak of Mera Peak. The duration of the trek is 7 to 8 hours.

Maximum Altitude: 5,800 m
Trekking Duration: 5-6 hours
We will climb to the high camp from the base camp during this adventure. The ascent is steep, so you should trek lightly at a slow pace. Since we are now acclimatized to the higher altitude, we can move closer to the high camp one more time.
On this day, it will be the first time we will spend the night at an elevation above 6,000m. You can see the entire Everest region mountains from the high camp, including Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and other glaciers.

Mera Peak is the highest peak with a maximum altitude of 6476m. This is the most crucial day of the journey. You will reach the summit at 6470m on this day. The summit is your final challenge in this adventure.
We will start the journey in the dark so that we reach the summit before dawn. The way up the mountain is full of beautiful trails, including small crevices, snow trails, glacial paths, etc.
Our guides and team members will help you along the way to ensure your safety and comfort.
You will be able to see the beautiful golden Himalayan sunrise from the summit of the mountain. The beautiful view will stay in your memory for a very long time.
After taking beautiful pictures from the summit, we will head back to base camp.
After this amazing success, you will proceed to different settlements before reaching Khare, where you will spend the night. You will reach the Khare settlement in a short time through downhill trekking.

We have this day for a contingency purpose. If there are any delays and cancellations due to weather and other reasons, you can achieve the feat of arriving at the top of Mera Peak on this day. We will continue our journey to the descending trail if things move according to plan.

On this day, we will continue our descent from Khare to the Kothe settlements. The path is full of stunning views, with some ascents and descents. After 4-5 hours of walking on the natural terrain, we will arrive at the Kothe settlements at the highest altitude of 4900 m. We will spend the night at the teahouse in Kothe, where we can socialize with other trekkers and relax for the night.

This trekking day will take you through the beautiful and difficult terrain of the region. The highest point in the area is 4300 m, and there are several uphill and downhill terrains along the way.
You will have to pass through many difficult terrains as you make your way through the region. You will find small streams coming from the Inkhu Khola. Along the way, you will pass through many shortens. Finally, you will reach Thuli Kharka, where you will stay the night at a teahouse. Thuli Kharka is a beautiful settlement. The duration of the trek is 5 to 6 hours.

This part of the trek will take you through the foothills of the Himalayas, reaching Lukla. Along the way, you will traverse some of the most challenging trails and pass through some of the most beautiful terrains in the area, including the highest point of the trek at 4610 meters. The view of the whole region from the past is breathtaking, and the dense forests make the trail truly magical. The whole trek will take around 6 to 7 hours. After reaching Lukla, stay the night at one of the lodges or guesthouses in the area.

Mera Peak’s climbing adventure ends in Kathmandu with a scenic mountain flight departing from Lukla. Enjoy the best view of the entire region as you ascend to the highest altitude of 1400m. The flight duration is 30 minutes, and you will be rewarded with a great climbing experience that will last a lifetime. Once you reach Kathmandu, take a leisurely flight to your destination.


  • 2 nights at a Deluxe hotel in Kathmandu on a B&B basis.
  • Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and back for members and crew.
  • Special climbing peak permit.
  • Sherpa for one member.
  • Everest National Park entrance permit.
  • Ground transport as per the itinerary.
  • All three meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek and camping.
  • Tea or coffee during breakfast.
  • Lodging in a lodge during the trek and basic camping arrangements during climbing.
  • Porter to carry members’ baggage (15-18 kg per porter).
  • Accident insurance for members and crew.
  • Trekking and climbing maps.
  • Sleeping bag, down jackets, if you don’t have your own (to be returned after the trip).
  • Medical kit box with regular medicine.
    Seasonal fruits.
  • Medical supplies and first aid kit box (including Oximeter & pulse meter checker)
  • Emergency Helicopter service (pay first & claim later with insurance if policy covers) (for worst case only)
  • Sleepers, Down Jacket, Duffel Bag, and walking poles (if you don’t have your own, return after the trip is completed)
  • All our government taxes
  • Official expenses


  • Personal clothing
  • Personal climbing equipment (USD 150 per person)
  • Personal accident insurance
  • Emergency evacuation cost
  • Oxygen
  • Medical box
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Laundry and tips
  • Extra night hotel accommodation
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees

What is the height of Mera Peak?

Mera Peak is the highest peak in Nepal. It is 6,476 meters above sea level. It has three summits, the highest being the north face, which is the one we climb.

What is the difficulty of Mera Peak?

Mera Peak is a relatively easy peak climbing adventure with no technical sections and is therefore Alpine PD. However, you must be cautious as there are many glacial tracks along the route.

Where do I eat and stay?

You will eat at local teahouses and camps located along the beautiful trails. There are also small villages of the local people where you can spend the night. At high altitudes along the route, you will stay at tented camps arranged by our Sherpa guides.
There are toilet facilities in toilet tents as well as dining tents.
Mera Peak is situated in the Everest Mahalangur area of the Solu and Khumbu districts. You can reach the peak by trekking and flying to Lukla from the Solu district. The best times to climb the peak are during Spring and Autumn, with the months of September-November and March-May being ideal. However, this trip can be taken in any season.

What should you bring for the amazing Mera Peak climb? 

 You should bring warm and comfortable clothing and trekking gear, depending on the time of year. However, due to the high altitude of the area, it is recommended to bring a down jacket and sleeping bags to ensure a good night’s rest.

Is it possible to climb Mera Peak solo?

No, climbing Mera Peak requires professional help from a climbing guide. It is very difficult to traverse the remote trails alone. Therefore, it is recommended to get a licensed climbing guide for this peak climbing adventure.
The Mera Peak Climb itinerary lasts 18 days and reaches the highest point at 6467m. The cost of the Mera Peak climbing is approximately US$2500.

Why hire guides and porters?

Hiring a professional guide will help you navigate the routes and hike along the path of this journey. It will also help you interact with the locals and explore the culture of the region. Porters carry your heavy luggage on their back so that you can hike without any problems. Therefore, they are an important part of this trip.

What permits are required to climb Mera Peak?

To climb Mera Peak, you will need the following permits:
Mera Peak Climb Permit
Local Area Permit
Makalu Barun Permit

Is Travel Insurance Necessary for the Journey?

Yes, travel insurance is necessary for the journey. It will provide you with coverage for various aspects at high altitudes such as medical injury, mountain sickness, accidents, theft, loss, damage, etc.

What food is available on the trail?

Some of the food available on the trail are:
Dal Bhat (Nepalese meal)
Garlic soup
Hot beverages

Mera Peak is a popular destination for climbers due to its 360-degree views of the world’s highest mountains, including Mount Everest (8,848m), Mount Kilimanjaro (8,586m), Mount Lhotse (8,091m), Mount Makalu (8,485m), Cho Oyu (8201m), and many other peaks in the Khumbu region.

The most common route to Mera Peak is via the north, which includes high-altitude glacier trekking.For the more experienced climbers, the ascent is technically straightforward, but the main difficulty lies in acclimatizing to the altitude.

Mera Peak’s climbing journey takes you through the most remote terrains, with few settlements, and you will have an amazing adventure through these untapped territories that you will cherish for a lifetime.
This challenging trail, with its natural forest pathways, will excite your adrenaline.

Mera Peak Climbing Information

Mera Peak is located in Solukhumbu district and has three separate peaks in the north, south, and central sections. The most popular and best route is the north section of this peak, where you will find enough challenges to push yourself and prepare for further climbs. The view from the summit of Mera Peak is unbeatable. You can see some of the most beautiful mountains from the top of Mera Peak, including Mt. Everest, Mount Ama Dablam, Mount Lhotse, and Nuptse. Although the climb of Mera Peak is generally considered easy, you need to be well-prepared for the journey by packing all the right gear and undergoing proper training.

The beautiful trails traverse through the landscapes of Mera Barun National Park, which is a national park dedicated to the preservation and conservation of nature and wildlife. Here, you can see various endangered animals such as Snow leopards, red pandas, black bears, golden jackals, Himalayan tahrs, blue sheep, Danphe, Monal, etc.

The Sherpa community dominates most of the region, followed by the Bhotia community, Gurung community, Kirat community, and others. The history of the region is very similar to that of Tibet on the other side of the border. There are many Buddhist monasteries and Gompas that demonstrate the importance and influence of Buddhism in the region.

Our Mera Peak climbing itinerary begins with our flight from the capital, Kathmandu, to Lukla. From Lukla, we will hike to Puyan. From Puyan, we will continue to Pangum settlements. From Pangum, we will take the forest trail to Nagindingma. From Nagindingma, we will have sweeping views of the Himalayas. From there, we will continue our trekking journey through various landscapes of Khhetra Thanga. From Khhetra, we will arrive at Kothe. From Kothe, we will go to Thagnak and Khare. At Khare, we will get acclimatized and explore around the village.        

You never know what kind of day you will have on the beautiful trails of the Himalayas. In this tour, you will face stormy weather, snowstorms, overcast weather, and other difficulties. The trails in the lower region are beautiful and easy to traverse, but the tracks at high altitudes will put you in testing conditions.

One of the best things to do is to travel during the peak season of the year. Avoid the off-season of winter or monsoon as much as possible. During these off-season tours, you will face various challenges such as slippery trails, leeches, snow-covered roads, extreme cold, etc. You can get prepared with the right trekking gear and avoid these difficulties during your journey.

The climbing difficulty of Mera Peak has an Alpine Grade PD of Moderate to Easy. Some sections of the peak require traversing through the glacier’s path.

You will now make your way through the glacial paths to the final base camp of Mera Peak. You will ascend to the top of Mera Peak through the high camp and then enjoy the magical view of the area from the top. You can then trek back to the base camp via the same route. From Khare, you will make your way back to Kote via Thuli Kharka and reach Lukla on another short route. At the end of our journey, you will fly back to Kathmandu from Lukla.

We offer this adventure in the Himalayas at an affordable price. You will have the best facilities for this safe and comfortable climbing journey. Call us for more information about this Mera Peak climbing journey.

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Mera Peak, located in the remote mountains of Nepal, is a majestic trekking peak that is relatively easy to climb, but there are a few challenges that need to be overcome before reaching the summit. Initially, this peak was classified as an ‘F’ grade climb, which is considered a relatively easy climb. In recent years, however, this peak has been upgraded to an ‘Alpine Grade PD’ climb, mainly due to the recent changes in the location of the glaciers and the extremely difficult final section. There are tricky sections of the climb that require you to traverse through glaciers, and some steep trails require the use of ice axes and fixed ropes, as well as crampons, to reach the summit. The summit is at an elevation of 6467 m, and depending on the climate, you will need to ascend 5 degrees by fixed rope and ascender to get to the summit.
This is why it is considered the best training ground for the 8,000-meter climb.

Difficulty factors for the Mera Peak climb

Mera Peak long-duration
Mera Peak climb is a long-distance trekking adventure that lasts around 18 days. This is because you will be trekking through high altitudes, and you need time to get acclimated and adjust to the different conditions. The duration includes acclimation, exploration, and rest days.
One advantage of the long-distance adventure is that you don’t have to do the entire trek in a single day. This allows you to spread out the trekking distance and reduce the stress on your body and mind.

On average, you will trek for 5 to 6 hours in the foothills of the Himalayas. You will have to walk 7 to 8 hours in a single day if you decide to shorten the trekking itinerary. It may seem like a good deal initially, but the longest single-day treks can take a toll on your body and make you unable to keep going.

That is why we have prepared a full itinerary with short treks, proper acclimatization, and rest. You will be able to reach the summit without any problems.

The Total Distance Covered

The total distance covered during this thrilling peak climbing adventure is very challenging. The trail goes through steep and remote terrain to reach a higher altitude. Long-distance treks are difficult and cause fatigue and problems even for the most experienced climbers.
For those who are not trekkers or amateurs in the region, it is a challenge. It is also one of the most difficult routes to traverse. Therefore, the trekkers must be in the best physical and mental condition to be able to face any challenge during the trek.

The Mera Peak is located at an altitude of above 6000 m, and the trekkers will have to traverse some of the toughest paths, including crevasses and boulders, as well as glacial paths. They will also have to practice on the nearby hills before reaching the peak of the adventure.

The Himalayas are known for their unpredictable weather, and the weather in the region can change drastically in a matter of hours. Therefore, the weather at the high altitude can be a significant factor in the difficulty of the trek.

The Himalayan region that you will traverse on this tour is much colder than other parts of the country, and you will face extremely frigid conditions. The weather is unpredictable in the entire Himalayas.

You never know what kind of day you will have on the beautiful trails of the Himalayas. In this tour, you will face stormy weather, snowstorms, overcast weather, and other difficulties. The trails in the lower region are beautiful and easy to traverse, but the tracks at high altitudes will put you in testing conditions.

One of the best things to do is to travel during the peak season of the year. Avoid the off-season of winter or monsoon as much as possible. During these off-season tours, you will face various challenges such as slippery trails, leeches, snow-covered roads, extreme cold, etc. You can get prepared with the right trekking gear and avoid these difficulties during your journey.

The climbing difficulty of Mera Peak has an Alpine Grade PD of Moderate to Easy. Some sections of the peak require traversing through the glacier’s path.
The climbing adventure used to be Alpine Grade F, but due to the recent changes in the Glacier structure, it has now been upgraded to Alpine Grade PD, which means climbers will need to use ice axes and crampons as well as fixed ropes to reach the peak.

Acute Mountain Sickness

One of the most important aspects of the foothills climbing adventure is the presence of acute mountain sickness. Because of the altitude of the Mera peaks, it is quite common to experience acute mountain sickness on the trail.

To avoid altitude sickness on the trail, it is important to acclimatize. The best way to do this is to have a trekking guide and climbing expert who will help you divide the days of acclimation into different days so that you can trek without any difficulty.

3 to 4 Liters of Water
It is also important to hydrate on the trip.
Because you will be going to the top of Mera Peak without any oxygen, the oxygen level in the region is around 47%. Therefore, all these factors of altitude sickness should be kept in mind during your trek.
If you suffer from altitude sickness, you may have to rest or go down. In the worst case, you may even have to cancel your peak climbing journey altogether.
Some acute mountain symptoms may include:
– Headache
– Dizziness
– Nausea
– Vomiting
– Difficulty breathing
– Shortness of breath
– Insomnia

Mera Peak is a moderate to difficult mountain to climb in Nepal. Even an amateur trekker can climb this mountain. It is also suitable for experts who want to train for the 8000m climbs. With proper packing and preparation, it is easy to tackle this majestic mountain and reach its summit.
Along the Mera Peak Climbing route, you will be trekking through remote trails with few to no settlements, so you will be staying in small, isolated settlements with tea houses or lodges along the way. These accommodations will provide you with basic amenities for your stay and meals, as well as the best hospitality to make this trek as pleasant as possible. You will be staying in local tea houses, where you will have a basic room with a bed, blanket, and pillow. In peak seasons, you can get these amenities on a shared basis, especially if the tea houses are packed. You will also be provided with hot water showers, Wi-Fi, and Nepalese food, including the famous Dal Bhat.

Dal Bhaat is well known for its nutritious and energy-boosting diet, which includes rice, pulses, veggies, cucumbers, meat, etc. In addition to Nepalese food, you will also get other international foods like Indian food, Chinese food, etc. For breakfast, you will be served boiled eggs, porridge, and bread toast. Tea, Coffee, garlic soup, and noodle soup are very common in the area. You can carry your tea bags and coffee powder to save money during your tour. Snacks such as protein bars, chocolate bars, etc. will satisfy your hunger during your high-altitude trekking journey. The Mera Peak climbing cost varies depending on the itinerary of your expedition. The total expedition cost is USD 2125. This includes transportation costs, meals, accommodation costs, permits, guides, porters, etc.

There are no additional fees for personal expenses, such as hot showers, charging devices, internet access, food, tips, etc. This would help you carry more money while trekking on the trail. Permits are required to climb Mera Peak in Nepal, and the cost varies depending on the season. In the spring, the fee is $250; in the fall, $125; and in the winter, $70. For foreigners, the fee is NRS 4000 in the spring, NRS 2000 in the fall, and NRS 1000 in the winter.

The local area permit fee is NPR 2000 or about $20. The national park entry permit is NPR 3000 (about $30) for non-residents and NPR 1500 (about $15) for residents of the SAARC countries. There is also a garbage deposit charge of $250.

  • Here is the packing list for the Mera Peak climb:
    Climbing equipment:
  •  Ice axe
  • Waist leashes
  • Accessory cord
  • Assemblies: Assembling ascender, microspikes, climbing harness, two locking carabiners, standard carabiners, belay device, crampons, footwear.

Mera Peak Climb is an incredibly adventurous route that traverses some of the toughest and most desirable trails in the Everest region. If you’re looking to start your mountaineering adventure, this is the route to choose. The Mera Peak climb takes you through beautiful forested areas on alpine hills. Clothes include breathable pants, long-sleeve sun shirt, base layer bottom, breathable jacket, non-insulated pants, non-insulated jacket, mid-layer top, insulated synthetic pants, liner gloves, insulated gloves, midweight gloves, expedition mittens, headwear, balaclava, woolen hat, sun hat, ski goggles, glacier glasses, lantern, personal equipment, camera, solar power bank, water bottle, garbage bag, extra batteries, lip balm, sunscreen, first aid kit, hand warmers, water purification tablets, and more.

The region offers a variety of natural wonders where you’ll be trekking, such as waterfalls, mountains, cliffs, rivers, lakes, and more. You’ll have a peaceful experience taking in the natural surroundings of the Himalayan environment. You’ll also be able to witness the wildlife and vegetation of the area. The important plant species found in the area include Rhododendrons, Pines, Junipers, and Oaks. This journey takes you through remote and isolated trails, making it an adventure of a different kind.

The magical mountain vistas are another important element of this adventure. You’ll be able to take in the full 360-degree view of the Everest Himalayan region, and the sight of the snow-capped mountains in the Everest region will be a compelling reason to do the trek.
The hiking route will take you through a variety of natural paths, including green mountains, glaciers, and mountain passes. You will also be able to witness the beautiful sunrise and sunset of the Himalayas from various viewpoints along the way. All in all, you will have an amazing experience while climbing in Nepal’s Mera Peak.

Explore the flora & fauna
As peak climbing is a strenuous trek through forest trails, you will be able to experience the rich and varied flora & fauna of the Everest region. You will be able to see the natural habitats of these species. Some of the animals you can see along the trail are Himalayan Tahr, Snow Leopard, Black Bear, and Danfe, among others.

Conservation & eco-friendly tour
There are many wildlife protection areas in the region, which help to better and preserve the local wildlife. In addition, our tour & trekking package does not cause any damage to the local environment.

Cultural Experience
During this period, trekkers will traverse cultural trails, which will allow them to see the beautiful landscapes of the local settlements. They will also be able to observe people engaged in agricultural activities such as farming and animal husbandry. The lifestyle and traditions of the local inhabitants along the trail will be unique.

A professional local guide will assist you with local interaction and translation of the local language of the area. Various Buddhist monasteries, Gompas, Chortens, and other religious sites along the trail will give you religious exploration.

Overall, this adventure of climbing the Mera Peak in Nepal is an exciting one. However, the incredible terrain offers many opportunities for adventure, but it also brings many challenges.

Acute Mountain Sickness
Acute mountain sickness is one of the most frequent problems that climbers and trekkers face during the Mera Peak climb. It is one of the main challenges that trekkers face due to too high you should drink 3 to 4 liters of water during your journey. Additionally, you should rest and explore the area. If altitude sickness is not treated promptly, it can lead to death. There are many things you can do to prepare for this journey. For example, you can take Diamox tablets to help reduce altitude sickness.

Hiring a professional trekking guide is also very important for trekking at high altitudes. It is important to hire a professional trekking guide with a proper background check. This is because the trails of the trek are very remote, and there is a risk of getting lost along the way. These guides will help you navigate and get to your destination safely, and they will also assist you in case of injury, accident, and other emergencies.

Accommodation in tea houses and interaction with the locals will also be easier with their help.
You will get a personal touch of the local culture. You will have a porter to carry your luggage at high altitudes. The porter will carry about 20-25 kg on his back so that you do not have to carry your **back** on the trail. This way, you will be able to trek without any discomfort during your peak climbing adventure! 

Physical fitness One of the most important aspects of hiking and climbing at high altitudes is that you need to stay fit. You need to train well ahead of your peak climbing adventure. You need to follow a proper diet that is high in carbohydrates and protein. The training regimen should include physical, cardiovascular, and mental exercises. You can also do other activities such as cycling, running, hiking, swimming, etc. This will help you to trek for long periods in the highest **arranged** without fatigue and lethargy. 

Mental stability

This is an underrated but crucial aspect of the peak climbing adventure. Preparation
You will need trekking permits for this trip. You will also need permits to enter national parks, conservation areas, and most of the rural areas during this trek. The prior permits required for this trek include a Local Area permit, a Makalu Barun National Park permit, a Makalu Peak climbing permit, etc. These permits can be obtained from the official Nepalese Tourism Board or through the help of a Trekking agency.

Travel Insurance

For this altitude, travel insurance is very important. It covers various things such as injury, accidents, loss, damage, and property theft. In this remote region adventure, helicopter evacuation, if needed, will also be covered. Helicopter evacuations can cost you anywhere between $4000-$5000.

Mera Peak Climbing Training Regime
You will need to be extremely fit for this Mera Peak climbing adventure. This physical fitness is achieved through rigorous training before the trek.
You should have a steady mood and a positive outlook to keep going, usually at higher altitudes. You should have at least 2-3 months of training before your trek. The following training activities are required:

Physical activities
Physical activities are crucial for climbing adventures. For trekking in the rough Himalayan foothills, a lot of strength is required. The endurance of trekkers increases with physical activities.

  • You will gain high-altitude experience, which will benefit you in the long term.
  • You will build some form of muscle strength through these activities.
  • You can also get a physical trainer to facilitate the process.

Doing cardiovascular exercises is another important part of your training. Doing these activities will give you the flexibility you need for the trek. They will also help you avoid any minor cramps or injuries on the trail. You can do these activities by yourself. You can hike, swim, jog, cycle, etc. These exercises will also help you improve your breathing skills in low-oxygen and air-pressure Himalayan conditions. You can also do various exercises like squatting, pulling, push-ups, etc. If you train before your trek, you will have a great experience.

Doing mental exercises is one of the most neglected parts of your training regime. Mental exercises will give you the ability to handle the tough terrains. Doing these exercises will prepare you mentally for these tough terrains. Having a positive attitude is key to completing this trek. It will also teach you about the route you will pass through during your trek.

You can also find information on the journey from experienced professional trekkers and on the internet. Having a positive attitude will help you to get to your destination in any condition. You will need motivation and willpower to get through some of the toughest terrain. With these exercises, you will have an amazing trekking and climbing experience.

Here are some tips for climbing Mera Peak:

  • Start early in the morning so you can get to your destination before dark.
  • Stay acclimated and hydrated while hiking in the region.
  • Train well before your peak climbing adventure.
  • Pack only what you need for the journey.
  • Book advance all your teahouse accommodations.
  • Bring all the necessary trekking and climbing equipment and types of equipment.
  • Check the weather forecasts before your day of trekking.
  • Carry water purification tablets to purify water.
  • Don’t travel after dark.

Hire trekking guides and porters after a thorough background check. Carry a power bank, extra batteries, and solar chargers to save money. Bring tea bags, coffee powder, juice powder, etc., on the trail. Improve your bargaining skills. Carry snacks like protein bars, granola bars, chocolates, etc., while hiking.

Why Book with Us?
We have a highly professional team. Our staff and team members will provide you with a comfortable and satisfactory experience in the remote locations of the country.

We employ local guides and crew members to provide you with a completely localized experience while hiking with us.

Unique Cultural Experiences
Our trips are carefully planned, taking into account the personal preferences and requirements of our travelers. Each customer can customize their itinerary to add or remove days from the trip.

Our trips are designed with a personal touch, taking into account the personal preferences and needs of each customer. You can customize your itinerary to increase or decrease the number of days on your trip.

We pay great attention to every detail of this tour, guaranteeing you the best travel experience in the nation. We provide proper first aid and medical facilities during our tours, so you can travel without any worries. We offer flexibility, so you can plan your trips according to your needs. You can make changes to your trip and its various aspects. Our trips are affordable, so you can get the best value for your money. All these costs are lower than other tour operators, so you can save money.

Our payment channels are safe and secure, so you don’t need to worry about any transaction leaks. Booking is fast, and you can pay quickly through authorized government-approved means, such as Visa, MasterCard, Internet banking, traveler’s cheque, and more. There are no hidden charges, so you can be sure that you won’t have to pay anything extra. Our prices are fair and reasonable, making your trip stand out.

We prioritize safety on all our trips, and that’s why you can count on us to provide you with the best tour and trekking experience. We have strict safety protocols in place, so you can rest assured that you’ll be safe and comfortable throughout your journey.
Medical and first aid facilities are available at every stage of the journey.

In case of injury, illness, or any other emergency, you will be airlifted back to your home in Kathmandu. The safety protocols are followed all the way. We have everything you need to check in all conditions so that you can finish your journey in Himalaya.

We also provide professional guides and porters to guide you through rough terrain. High altitude sickness is a major concern for trekkers and climbers taking this kind of climb. We monitor your oxygen levels regularly, and if you experience any symptoms, we will descend to the base of the mountain.

In case of injury, illness, or any other emergency, you will be airlifted back to your home in Kathmandu. The safety protocols are followed all the way. We have everything you need to check in all conditions so that you can finish your journey in the Himalayas hassle-free.