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Mera Peak Climbing

Mera peak climbing an expedition to the highest trekking peak in the Himalayas, unfolds the most exceptional panoramic view of FIVE of the world’s 8000 meter peaks in Nepal.

Exceptional 100% Summit Success rate on this Spring 2017

               31 out of 39 trekkers  booked with us climbed Mera peak in 2016. Similarly 43 trekkers climbed it successfully out of 54 booked in 2015.

All personal and group climbing gear is provided including La sportiva climbing boots, thus no need to buy or bring any expensive climbing gear.

Mera peak climbing – the highest trekking peak in Nepal

Mera peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal – it has an alpine PD difficulty grade. It is a physically demanding snow trek with straightforward climbing. Mera Peak climbing is suitable for all fit trekkers who dare to dream of standing on a Himalayan summit. It is also best for all experienced trekkers looking for an exciting expedition style tented camping trek and climbing trip in Nepal. We customise the climbing training course covering various aspects of climbing techniques and skills like glacier travel, rope fixing, ascending and descending. The day training ensure all of you have necessary climbing skills and confidence to scale the summit successfully. We have years of experience in organizing such expeditions and have the expertise to ensure that you have every possible chance of success to climb Mera Peak and glorying in reaching the summit of your dream.

Mera peak trek

Our Mera Peak climbing itinerary has been carefully designed to trek the longer and less trodden trails with gradual ascents to ensure proper acclimatization. We are confident that by this longer route you will achieve it.  After an exciting flight to Lukla, we begin the Mera Peak trek via the remote region of the Hinku valley of Pangkongma and Panch Pokhari on our way to base camp. To make the summit day shorter and enjoyable, we set our high camp at 5800 meter on a rocky shelf behind a large vertical rock, which provides some degree of shelter. The panoramic view seen from our Mera High Camp is truly breathtaking and probably one of the best of its kind. The climbing summit day starts early in morning and we approach the Mere peak top by the northern route – this involves gradual climb with an outstanding mountain panorama always in sight. The view from the summit is one of the finest in the Himalayas with five spectacular 8000 meter peaks visible. Mt.Everest (8848m), Cho-Oyu (8201m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8463m), Kanchenjunga (8586m) as well as Nuptse (7855m) and Chamlang (7319m) – an unforgettable experience. We trek out a shorter route back to Luka via the Zetra la to end the challenging expedition trip of Mera peak climbing- an adventure journey of lifetime in the Himalaya.

Mera peak (6476 m) in Nepal with style and comfort

We stay in the full-supported tented camping with EXPED down filled mattress for extra comfort. Our Mera peak expedition cook prepares all fresh, hygienic and really tasty food. As a safety precaution, we always carry a Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC) or Oxygen cylinder along with a comprehensive medical kit and a satellite phone for communication in case of emergency. Thus safety and comfort are our priorities. Mountain Monarch provide all personal and group climbing gears including La Sportiva’s Nepal Evo or Extreme climbing boots to make your trip to Mera peak climbing is a hassle free and cost effective.

Trip Profile

Mera peak climbing highest trekking peak in Himalayas

Expedition style tented climbing trip Mera

All  person and group climbing gear Provided including the La sportiva climbing boots.

All camping gear including EXPED matrres

Full board meals prepared by expedition cook

Experienced climbing guide

Medical trained group leader with PAC and Oxygen and medical first air kit.

Trek and climbing permit to Lukla fligth




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US$ 2,950.00 per person

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