Mera Peak Climbing

Candid Expedition to the Highest Trekking Peak in Nepal
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Mera Peak Climbing
Mera Peak climb
Mera Peak Climbing
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At a Glance
Duration21 Days
Trip GradeStrenuous
Maximum Altitude6,476 m
Best TimeSept - Nov, Mar - May

Mera Peak Climbing - Candid Expedition of Nepal's Highest Trekking Mountain

Mera Peak, at 6476 meters, is Nepal's highest trekking peak. This Mera Peak Climbing is graded at the Alpine PD difficulty level. Climbing Mera Peak is a physically challenging yet straightforward ascent. It offers a mind-blowing climbing experience that will change your life! This climb to Mera Peak in Nepal is perfect for fitness enthusiasts and adventure seekers! Whether you're a seasoned trekker or just starting as a climber, this is your ultimate experience. The Mera Peak high camp and summit view are breathtaking, and this outstanding mountain panoramic vista is stunning. It's one of the finest sights you'll ever see in the majestic Himalayas! Conquer the summit to witness and be obsessed with the breathtaking 8000-meter peaks! Mt. Everest, Cho-Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, and Nuptse give you the thrill of Himalayan wanderlust. 

Itinerary and Best Time

Our crafted Mera Peak climbing itinerary ensures proper acclimation. Starting our incredible journey to conquer Mera Peak, we embark on an epic adventure through the most remote and breathtaking region. Ascending through the less-trodden Panch Pokhari trail to Hinku after the epic Lukla flight! We set up our high Camp at 5800 meters to cut down on the summit day. High Camp, which is on a steep rock, offers perfect shelter. Mera High Camp has a truly stunning view of the whole region. It is like a total feast for the eyes. You won't believe how breathtaking it is unless you see it with your own eyes. Ultimately, the climbing summit day starts early in the morning. You approach the Mera Peak summit through the northern route. This is a steady climb with an outstanding mountain panorama in sight. The view from the summit is one of the finest in the Himalayas—five spectacular 8000-meter peaks at your reach. From arrival to departure, it takes around three weeks to complete the climbing journey to Mera Peak in Nepal. The spring season of mid-March to May and the autumn season of October and November are the best times to scale this highest trekking peak in Nepal. 

Gear and Safety on a Journey

We care for your personal and group climbing gear on the epic journey Mera trip. There is no need to worry about spending money on climbing gear when you join us for an ultimate adventure journey to the Mera summit. Such climbing gear includes the latest climbing boots, top-of-the-line crampons, sleek harnesses, trusty Carabiners, brand rope, and the game-changing Jumar. So, get ready to conquer new heights without extra expenses and climbing gear hassle.

Proper safety backup is a must while you embark on the climbing journey to the Himalayan peaks. As a safety precaution, you travel with a supplementary life-saving oxygen cylinder and medical kit. Your guide carries a million-dollar Satellite phone for the ultimate peace of mind in an emergency.

Mountaineering Training and Difficulty Level

In three weeks, you will go over rugged terrain to Mera, Nepal's highest trekking peak. The climb is rated as Alpine PD difficulty level, thus physically demanding yet uncomplicated ascend. With countless ups and downs, so-called Nepalese flats are perfect for acclimatization. A healthy and strong person can join the adventure to Mera; no previous climbing training or expertise is required. To ensure Mera Peak, Nepal's safe and successful climb, we run the climbing training at Mera base camp before the summit push. 

Our mountaineering guide schedules a tailor-made training course that will take your skills to new heights. This incredible experience includes a breathtaking glacial walk, epic rope fixing, heart-pounding ascending, and adrenaline-pumping descending. Your engagement in a climbing activity is an absolute must to level up your climbing skills to conquer the majestic Mount Mera. 

Where to Stay? What to Eat? Trip Cost?

On the Mera peak climbing expedition, you stay in a mix of cozy tea houses and rugged tents. Accommodations will be in the tea house while trekking up to Khare, the base camp of Mount Mera. While on the ultimate climb, you will be camping in tents at Mera La and the high Camp of Mount Mera. During your exciting journey, our cook at the teahouse and camping provides a safe and plenty of meals, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day. Our Mera climbing costs are fair and inclusive. These prices cover everything: all meals, permits, Kathmandu hotel, Lukla flight, guides, crew, and their insurance, among other things.

Join Mera Trip - Spring and Autumn 2024 and 2025

For the past two decades, we have organized Mera summit climbing. For the spring and autumn of 2024 and 2025, there are just a few exclusive fixed and guaranteed departure dates for you to join on the epic journey to Mera Peak, Nepal. We tailor the private trip to a group of friends or family based on your requirements and time. Don't miss the thrilling adventure of conquering the highest trekking peak in Nepal. Let's create an unforgettable adventure experience together!


Guideline detail itinerary for the Mera peak climbing. The adventure journey to the highest trekking peak in Makalu Barun

Tour PlanExpand All
Day 1-2
  • Check out the Mountain Monarch sign on arrival at Kathmandu airport. Your trip leader will welcome you and transfer you to the hotel.
  • Hotel briefing and other information on arrival at the hotel.
  • Welcome dinner with a cultural program.
  • The next day, a cultural city tour
  • Afternoon climbing gear checking and  trip preparation
Day 03
  • We start an early morning drive to Ramechhap to board the flight to Lukla. This avoids the air traffic in Kathmandu airport in the busy season.
  • Experience the much-talked and thrilling Himalayan flight to Lukla.
  • Meet the trek crew and start the much-awaited adventure journey over 6000 meters.
Day 4-6
  • We reach the Nargin Dingman via a night at Cholen Kharka at 3440 meters.
  • Ascent a narrow trail high above the Dudhkoshi Valley.
  • Camp at Pangom, a beautiful Himalayan Sherpa village.
  • Cross Pangom La pass (3,140m) marked by ancient Chortens.
  • Entered into the Hinku valley, unspoiled remoteness.
  • The whole southern valley opens out in the front remote valley. The solitary mass of the Himalayan peaks marks the way.
Day 7-10
  • An excellent trekking day to the phenomenal lake junction Khola Kharka.
  • Kote village has set left from the Hinku River.
  • The walk offers outstanding mountain views northward.
  • Visit 200-year-old Gompa, which is built beneath a massive boulder.
Day 11-12
  • We trek to Khare, a short and significant hike. It is suitable for altitude adaptation walks. The valley leads up to an extended range of peaks. It connects Kusum Kanguru north to Kang Teiga.
  • You can walk up alongside the glacier. It offers excellent views to the north of the Hinku.
  • The second Acclimatization day. It has been set aside to give us time to acclimatize properly.
Day 13-16
  • Follow the eastern ridge traversing as far as to reach the ice slope. Here, we set up the camp near the glacier.
  • The spot is ideal for practicing mountaineering techniques. We practiced crampons, ice axes, Jumar, and the figure of eight on a fixed rope.
  • High camp is the second highlighted day of the expedition. We put on the necessary climbing equipment and practice.
  • Mountain views are spectacular from the Mera Peak high camp: Mt. Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Amadablam dominate the horizon.
  • Summit day - we climb early in the morning and scale to the top before noon. We return down to Khare after the successful summit of Mera Peak. The most magnificent panorama can be seen from the top. Five of the world's fourteen 8000 meters Peaks.
  • Spare Day for Summit in case of bad weather
Day 17-19
  • Retrace the trail back to Kote and enjoy the expedition celebration.
  • We follow the short route back to Lukla. Ir offers fantastic views of Mera Peak from a different angle.
  • The trail passes over windy, rugged Zatrawa La (4,580 m). It is a steep descent toward the rocky outcrop of Kharkithanga.
  • Last night's dinner with the trek crew at Lukla. We have a small party together to praise a memorable experience. You may wish to take a hot shower at Lukla.
Day 20-21
  • Flight backs Lukla to Kathmandu, and the remaining day is at leisure.
  • Airport transfer by private vehicle to further destinations.
Cost Details
  • Airport transfer on both domestic and international flights.
  • Twin-share with breakfast at a standard hotel in Kathmandu as planned.
  • Tea house while on trekking and tented camp on climbing duration.
  • Full board meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) for the expedition.
  • Group welcome dinner as listed in the itinerary.
  • Guided city tour with world heritage entrance fees.
  • Return airfare to Lukla from Kathmandu with airport taxes.
  • Proper safety: Oxygen, Medical kit, Satellite phone on trip
  • Medically trained guide and trek crew with required gear and proper insurance. 
  • Responsible Travel One Porter to each Trekker.
  • Expedition Permit Royalty and other government tax for Mera.
  • Climbing Clinic Course at Mera base camp.
  • All personal and group climbing gear, including climbing boots.
  • Tented camping gear, including member, staff, and Kitchen tents.
  • Trek warm gear like a sleeping bag down jacket.
  • Complimentary Trek Duffle bag, T-shirt, and trek map.
  • Climbing certificate from the respective body of the Nepal Government.
  • Makalu National part permit and government taxes.
  • Nepal's entry Visa fees and travel insurance of any kind.
  • International Airfare and Airport Tax.
  • All Drinks and main meals in cities.
  • Tips and Items of personal expenses. Hot shower, battery charge, wifi, phone calls, beverage drinks, mineral water, etc.
Dates & Availability
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Start DateSeptember 21, 2024
End DateOctober 11, 2024
Route Map
Mera Peak climb map
Altitude Chart
altitude of Mera Peak climbing route