Mera Peak Climbing - 18 DaysMera Peak Climbing - 18 Days

Mera Peak Climbing - 18 Days 2024\2025

Key Information
  • Duration18 Days
  • Max Altitude6,461m/21,190ft
  • Arrival CityKathmandu
  • Best TimeMarch-May/Sep.-Dec.
  • Group Size2-16

 About The Mera Peak Climbing in Nepal

Mera peak climbing is one of the best peak climbing if you had ever dreamed of climbing the technical 6000-meter Himalayas, then Mera Peak(6,461m/21,190ft) will fulfill your wishes. Mera Peak Climbing in Nepal takes us to the summit of Mera Peak, which is the most striking trekking peak in Nepal.

We rise Mera Peak ideally throughout the spring and fall seasons as it's the best and ideal opportunity to ascend the mountain for its significant aspects on the Himalayan Vista. Five over 8,000m peaks can observe from the top of Mera, including Everest (8,848.86 meters), Kangchenjunga (8,586 meters), and Lhotse (8,516 meters) Makalu (8,463 meters), and Cho Oyo (8,201 meters) can be seen.

Explore this beautiful region and learn about the local culture of the Sherpa people and their lifestyle. The Mera Peak Climbing trip is undoubtedly a challenging experience but an adventurous one. Join us at the Himalayan Odyssey to conquer the highest trekking peak in Nepal.

The Himalayan Odyssey, organized its first climbing trip to Mera Peak in 2018. Our Mera Peak climbing  Itinerary is deliberately planned with consistent rising and a different day put aside in Khare to permit a lot of time for acclimatization. The standard course to Mera Peak is straightforwardly through the Zatra La Pass.

However, we follow the path that travels south from Lukla and up the lovely Hinku Valley and returns through the Zatra La pass. We go through the excellent Nepalese wild and unique villages, which will give us a brief look into the rich culture of the local people. Furthermore, since the trial is more extended, it's better for acclimatization. 

Mera Peak Climbing in Himalaya Nepal is an outstanding choice for anybody with moderate mountaineering experience. It is a difficult trekking top because of its height, yet specialized mountaineering abilities necessity is essential. Furthermore, Himalayan Glacier's prepared Sherpa guide will furnish us with the necessary mountaineering preparation before the actual summit.

How difficult is Mera Peak climbing? 

Mera Peak Climbing trip is an arduous (challenging) trip. Therefore, you should have experience with mountaineering or trekking at high altitudes. Trekking requires a performance above the average relating to force and strength. Especially the peak day will be long and exhausting.

Concerning the technical alpine skills, you should have security in your steps and be free from unsteadiness. Even in a critical climate, you should be able to walk cautiously on your own through rugged terrain like screes, rocks, and as well as on flat glaciers.

As you will sleep a few nights above the altitude of 4000 meters up to 5800 meters, very good health is required. It is important to start some physical training for 3 to 4 months for your Mera Peak Climbing trip.

This helps you to strengthen stamina and also the capability to steer up and down hills easily with a weighted backpack at high altitudes. If you haven’t done any high-altitude trekking before, then you would possibly need to train yourself a touch harder.

Mera Peak Climbing Booking is Open for 2024 and 2025

Mera peak booking is open for adventure minded traveler lovers in the Himalayas from April to May and September to November

Mera Peak  climbing  Accommodation 

Unless you desire tents, lodging at the Mera Peak Climbing might be in fine inns run through nearby locals. Each hotel functions as a primary public area with a fireplace, while the bedrooms are unheated and feature beds and mattresses, in addition to a blanket and pillows. You must bring your very own sleeping bag. The showers are generally powered through gas, and a few use the iconic `drop' toilets, however, maximum now have flush systems. 

The meals served for the duration of the Mera Peak Climb are great with a mix of local Nepali / Sherpa and western dishes. There also are several cafes promoting numerous drinks, snacks, sweets, and chocolate. The maximum hard task might be avoiding all junk meals and sticking to an easy diet. We'll be camping on the Mera Peak base camp. We'll be sleeping in mountain tents, which commonly sleep humans consistent with tents.

We use a four-season sleeping bag in addition to a high-quality sleeping mat. Lower down, you could need to apply a sleeping bag liner to sleep in an open-zipped four-season bag to save you from overheating. The porters will bring your essential baggage as much as a weight of 15 kg and could cater to all the group's needs. You will even have your guide and mountaineering sherpa with you for the complete time to guarantee your protection and happiness. 

Emergency Evacuation in Mera Peak climbing 

In Nepal, helicopter evacuations are the maximum usual method of managing an emergency, and there may be a well-set-up infrastructure for managing logistics. Incidents are uncommon, and Mera Peak is positioned in a well-supported area of Nepal, along with the Himalayan Rescue Center in Pheriche. 

It is virtually crucial to have travel insurance in the area and to be clear about your vacation spot and what you're doing to the insurance company. On the occasion of an emergency, the team, in addition to the guide, porters, and everybody else around might be accountable for moving a casualty. 

This should take time and distance in a Himalayan surrounding like Mera Peak. The maximum reason for delaying helicopter resources is awful weather. As a result, it's far crucial to understand that self-sufficiency and self-control are required inside the mountains. 

A helicopter evacuation may be organized through your insurance company. However, you may want to open a case and describe the situation to the insurance company. The best advice in the case of altitude sickness is to keep away from risk and descend. Further elevation can quickly result in far more serious cerebral or pulmonary oedema, consequently, it is usually nice to descend if you're feeling truly unwell.


    • One of the fascinating trekking Peaks of Nepal
    • Spectacular views of 5 eight thousand peak from Mera Peak Summit, Mount Cho Oyu, Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga.
    • Magnificent glaciers, gorges, and waterfalls.
    • Climb the Highest trekking Peak in Nepal, with an elevation of 6476 meters Mera Peak.
    • Charping trip which takes you through deep delightful local villages and forests. 


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    The representatives of the Himalayan Odyssey will be at the airport to pick you up and you will be dropped at your designated hotel. You will need to rest after a long and tiring flight and freshen up to get ready for a lively evening in Kathmandu. Later in the evening, you can enjoy the buzzing tourist hub of Kathmandu - Thamel. Also, you will meet your trekking guide and some last-minute shopping before we head out of Kathmandu.

      On this day we will prepare for the trip. You will meet your guide and make sure all of you all the required equipment. You can easily buy or rent them. After we are done preparing, we will explore the city of Kathmandu. 

        We will fly to Lukla early in the morning and land at the Tenzing-Hillary airport. After breakfast, we will start trekking to Paiya. We will walk through a forest trail and then cross the river Handi and reach Surke Village. We will then cross the Chutok La Pass and then finally reach Paiya. Paiya is also known as Chutok locally.

          We will leave Paiya early in the morning as we head down the trail and then cross a bridge. We will then climb up and cross the Kari La Pass. from here, enjoy the awesome view of the mountains. We will come across a forest trail that is covered with rhododendron and bamboo forests. We will then reach Panggom where we will rest for the night. 

            On this day we will leave the village of Panggom early as we need to cross the Panggom La Pass. After the climb to the pass, we will head down and cross the river Peseng Kharka and then head up until we reach the Peseng Kharka Danda. We will then cross the Ningsow river and then reach Ningsow.

              We will head to Ramailo danda early in the morning and from here we can witness the beauty of the mountains of Mera and Salpa peak. We will then enter the Makalu National park after following the forest trail. We will then walk through a famous trail called the Pasang Lhamu trail and reach Chhatra Khola.

                We head further north on this day and trek along the Majang river. Our first stop of the day will be Tashing Ongmu which is famous for its tea and coffee. After resting here for a while, we will continue our journey. Since we will be crossing the 3000 meters mark, we will have to ascend continuously through the trail until we reach Kothe. We will spend the night here.

                  On this day, the Mera peak will be right in front of us as we make our way through the trail. We will first reach Gondishung and then head further up until we reach the famous Lungsumba Gompa. We will then cross the 4000 meters mark until we reach Thaknak where we will rest for the night.

                    The trek will get more challenging now as we will head further up. We will cross narrow paths and pass through rocky terrain. Still, we will be blessed with the stunning view of the Charpate Himal. We will first reach Dig Kharka and then continue with our journey. We will have to go past two glaciers, Hinku Nup and Shar, and go through a steep climb to reach Khare.

                      Since we have reached a staggering altitude of 5045 meters, we need to rest. This will help us acclimatize to the changing weather and the increasing altitude. We will also prepare ourselves for the climb by learning to use equipment such as ice axe, harnesses, ascender climbing boots, and crampons.

                        We will go further up by 700 meters more to Mera High Camp(5780m). The trail is very steep and challenging but quite adventurous as well. We will walk at a pace that everyone is comfortable with. Usually, at this altitude, we might experience snowfall. From the Mera High camp, you will see the spectacular view of the mountains Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Nuptse, Baruntse, and Chamlang.

                          This day is the highlight of the trip as we conquer Mera Peak. We start at 2 am and we need to gear up properly as it is going to be extremely cold. The climb to the summit is extremely difficult as we pass through steep slopes and narrow paths. We will also have to use ropes in order to cross a few crevasses. Enjoy the thrill of getting to the summit of Mera Peak. You will have an unimpeded view of the mountains such as Mt. Everest (8,848m), Cho-Oyu (8,210m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m), Kangchenjunga (8,586m), Nuptse (7,855m), Chamlang (7,319m), Baruntse (7, 129m) among others.

                            Since we are climbing a peak which is at 6461 meters, we need to keep an extra day because the weather can be quite tricky. If we are not able to ascend we will use this day to make the climb. If we are successful on the first day, this day will not be counted and we will head to Khare.

                              We will now return to Lukla which will take a couple of days. We will first spend our night in Kothe after descending from Khare

                                We will leave early in the morning and our first stop of the day will be Taktho. We will then ascend through the trail and then reach Thuli Kharka where we will rest for the night.

                                  The final day of the trek as we finally return to Lukla after a fulfilling trip. We will first ascend and cross the Zatrwa La Pass. From the Pass, we can see the Lukla Valley and the majestic Himalaya ranges.

                                    Today will be the last day of walking. We will make our way to Lukla. The trek won't be as challenging, thanks to the decreasing altitude. We will pass through the wonderfully friendly village of Jorsale and exit the Sagarmatha national park. We will then cross Monjo, Phakding, and then cross the suspension bridge at Thado Koshi before rising to Ghat and Cheplung. Then after the final ascent which lasts for 40 minutes, we will reach Lukla.

                                      Time to head back to your home and share your wonderful experience in Nepal with your family and friends. Also, if you decide to extend your stay in Nepal, you can inform us. We at the Himalayan Odyssey would be honored to be at your service. We provide various tour services. If you also want to trek in another region, we would be happy to guide you.

                                        Cost Details

                                        • Arrival and departure transfers
                                        • Two-way flight from Kathmandu to Lukla
                                        • Accommodation in Kathmandu with BB Plan as per itinerary
                                        • Accommodation in lodges/tea houses and tents during the expedition
                                        • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner during the expedition
                                        • Sagarmatha National Park entry fee and TIMS card
                                        • Mera Peak Climbing permits and necessary documents
                                        • Sherpa guides (English speaking, trained in first aid) 
                                        • Porters for personal and group gear
                                        • Staff insurance
                                        • Group climbing gear, e.g. ropes, ice screws, tents, cooking equipment, first aid kits
                                        • Climbing certificate
                                        • International flight ticket.
                                        • International airport tax
                                        • Visa Fee
                                        • Sightseeing in Kathmandu
                                        • Tips for staff and guide
                                        • Trip Insurance
                                        • Personal costs like drinks, laundry, hot showers, bottled water
                                        • Personal climbing equipment and clothing
                                        • Anything that is not listed in the “PRICE INCLUDES” section above

                                        Good to Know

                                        Best Season  Mera Peak climbing

                                        Weather is one of the important factors to look at and decide when you are traveling to high altitudes. You can see the live weather forecast, but it’s very hard to foretell being 100 % sure. So we highly recommend you to visit during the spring season (March to May) or the autumn season(September to Early December). 

                                        It is best suited to trek during those seasons as the sky will be crystal clear, as the thick clouds will also fade. With these breathtaking views of mountains, the temperature will also be lovely with sunlight being warm temperature.

                                        The Autumn season falls just after the Monsoon and there is greenery everywhere. Waterfalls, rivers, ponds, and lakes get refilled after the Monsoon season, and it looks beautiful. So, it's the proper time to enjoy the beauty of the water of Nepal. Moreover, the air is fresh and cool during the autumn. From mid-September, it's a time of clear skies and peaceful mountain views.

                                        Why autumn season for Mera Peak Climbing?

                                        • Experience Visionary temperature for trekkers and climbers.
                                        • Enjoy the clarity of panoramic mountains.
                                        • Enjoy the festival season in Nepal.
                                        • Fresh and dust-free terrain views.
                                        • The spring season is known for the blooming rhododendron flowers and green vegetation.
                                        • The paths to Mera Peak are beautifully decorated with varied and colorful floras.
                                        • The dry and bright weather provides clear visibility of the environment.

                                        Why Spring season for Mera Peak Climbing?

                                        • Walk through the colorful blooming flowers and green tracks.
                                        • Trek and climb in transparent, steady, and fair weather.
                                        • Enjoy the clarity of mountains and terrains.
                                        • Experience Nepal’s beauty like never before.

                                        Mera peak climbing Gear

                                        Climbing Mera Peak in Nepal is an exhilarating adventure. Climbing preparation is more than just checking itineraries and getting in shape. You will also require the proper gear and equipment, thus we listed down climbing gear for Mera Peak.


                                        • Thermal Base Layers (Tops and Bottoms)
                                        • Heavy Base Layers
                                        • Trekking Pants
                                        • Hard-shell pants
                                        • Down Pant
                                        • T-shirts (Short and long sleeve)
                                        • Mid Layer Top
                                        • Insulated Jacket
                                        • Hard-shell Jacket
                                        • Down Jacket


                                        • Double insulated climbing boots
                                        • Hiking boots (Full and waterproof)
                                        • Gaiters
                                        • Flip-flops
                                        • Socks (Wool/Synthetic)
                                        • Liner socks 


                                        • Liner gloves
                                        • Mid-weight gloves
                                        • Down mittens


                                        • Cap/Sun Hat
                                        • Buff
                                        • Balaclava
                                        • Warm wool/Synthetic Hat
                                        • Eye Wear (Full coverage around eyes and nose)
                                        • Ski Goggles

                                        Climbing Gears

                                        • Helmet
                                        • Ice Axe with a waist leash 
                                        • Mountaineering Crampons 
                                        • Lightweight Mountaineering Harness
                                        • Carabiners
                                        • Belay Device
                                        • Ascender/Jumar
                                        • Prussik /Accessory Cord 


                                        • Small pack (35-40 litres)
                                        • Waterproof duffel bag
                                        • Pack cover


                                        • Water Bottles with insulation cover
                                        • Trekking poles 
                                        • Headlamp (200-300 lumens)
                                        • Camera
                                        • Power bank/Solar Charger
                                        • Universal adapter
                                        • Diary 
                                        • Pocket knife

                                        Hygiene and first aid

                                        • Skincare
                                        • Toothbrush, Soap, Moisturizer 
                                        • Hand Sanitizer
                                        • Toilet paper and wet wipes
                                        • Personal first aid kit (personal prescriptions, high altitude medications, painkillers, etc.)
                                        • Water treatment


                                        • Snacks you like to munch)
                                        • Travel clothes to wear in Kathmandu
                                        • Sleeping bag (-20 degrees sleeping bag)
                                        • Inflatable mattress

                                        For more information on climbing gears for Mera Peak Climbing please email us. 

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                                        • Q1. Where is Mera Peak?

                                          Mera Peak is situated at Mahalangur section, Barun sub-section of the Himalaya and administratively in Nepal's Sagarmatha Zone, at Sankhuwasabha.

                                        • Mera Peak contains three main summits: Mera North, 6,476 metres (21,247 ft); Mera Central, 6,461 metres (21,198 ft); and Mera South, 6,065 metres (19,898 ft),

                                        • We highly recommend you to visit Mera Peak during the spring season (March to May) or the autumn season (September to Early December).

                                        • This is the trekking peak so it may take 14 to 21 days to reach Mera Peak

                                        • Mera Peak Climbing requires a performance above the average relating to force and strength, especially the peak day will be long and exhausting.

                                        •  You will need a Sagarmatha National Park entry permit and Mera Peak Climbing permits.

                                        • If you are healthy and willing to go on climbing then above 18 years can climb Mera Peak.

                                        • Yes, you will need a climbing permit for Mera Peak Climbing.

                                        • It is not compulsory to join the group during Mera Peak Climbing, but it may reduce the cost if you are in the group.

                                        • The routes are quite harsh compared to other climbing regions. But, this peak is suitable for both beginners as well as experienced climbers. The path can be more challenging and overwhelming for new climbers so be prepared with physical and mental preparation. If you have past trekking experience then it will be easier for Mera Peak Climbing.

                                        • -   Avoid flying directly to areas of high altitude.

                                          -   Take 1 to 2 days of acclimatization to get used to high altitudes before going above 3000m.

                                          -   Avoid climbing more than 300m to 500m a day.

                                          -   Have a rest day every 800m to 1000m you go up.

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