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Mera Peak Climbing

Mera peak climbing is gradually becoming popular among trekkers and novice climbers to have the feeling of hiking
and climbing on snow and experiencing trekking in remote part of Khumbu region. The Peak itself rises to the south of Everest. The ascent of the peak is technically straightforward, however, the heavy snow and the maze of crevasses can make the way longer to the summit. Besides the charming of climbing Mera Peak , the trek to its base camp from Lukla is rewarding for experiencing little-visited and yet un-spoilt region of Nepal with densely forested hill sides. Mera Peak trek and climbing servers a gate way for high altitude trekking to go over Amphulaptcha Pass or Mingbo La and also for climbing on Baruntse, Chamlang and other Himalayas climbing.

We start our expedition via flight to the small mountain airstrip at Lukla, the heart of the Khumbu region and as we have to cross the Charpate Himal and Zatrwa La Pass, we have a time for acclimatization for two or three days around Chutanga (3,050m). Once we are ready then we cross Zatrwa La lies at Hinku valley. Subsequently, we pass through many unspoiled forests of rhododendron and descend down to the Hinku Khola and we follow the river to the north towards upper Hinku.

Eventually, we reach at Tangnag, the river valley that offers impressive views of the west face of Mera peak and Peak 43 and we have at least two-days for acclimatization and once we are ready then we head up to the moraine of the Dig Glacier, and steep down to Khare (5,045m) and we set lower base camp at around 5,300m near the 'Mera La' Pass (5,415m) on the 'Hongu' and again we have some days for acclimatization and explore some of the areas and move to a high camp on the edge of the Mera Glacier, where we again have time for further acclimatization from the place we can have a panoramic views of the east Kanchanjunga, Chamlang, Makalu and Baruntse, to the north Everest and Lhotse, the north east of Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu and Kangtega.

Finally, if weather condition is good, we make our summit of Mera central although there are two other peaks namely, Mera South (6,065m), and Mera North (6,476m). Once we finish ascending the summit, then we return to the base camp and subsequently at the airport and back to Kathmandu.

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Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

Day 01:
Arrive at Kathmandu airport (1345meters). You will be met by our representative and transfer to hotel and a short brief about the trekking after refreshment.

Day 02:
Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing Tour including Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Monkey Temple, Pashupatinath Temple and Baudhanath Stupa.

Day 03:
Flight to Lukla and fix the camp.

Day 04-5:
Trek to Chutanga (3,050m), set camp and acclimatisation walks to 4,000m

Day 06:
Cross Zatrwa La Pass (4,610m), and descend to camp at Thuli Kharka (4,300m).

Day 07-8:
Descend to Hinku Khola valley and ascend to Tangnag (4,350m).

Day 09-10.

Acclimatization days in and around Tangnag exploratory walks to 5,000m.

Day 11:
Tangnag to Base Camp at Khare (5,045m).

Day12-14:
Acclimatize further, and establish high camp (5,800m).

Day15-16:
Summit assault of Mera Central, and possibly Mera North. Descend to camp.

Day 17-20:
Return to Lukla via Zatrwa La Pass.

Day 21:
Morning Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu.

Day 22:
Transfer to international airport for your final flight departure.

Services Included :
National Park entry permit, Trekking permit, Land transportation to and fro, Accommodation in lodges during the trek, Food: three meals a day, A guide & required number of porter(s), Essential equipment.

Services Excluded :
Personal expenses, Insurance, Tips, Emergency evacuation by Helicopter, Alternative transportation in case of heavy rain, landslide, strike, road blockade etc.

The above itinerary is a guideline and standard pattern which we provide you. Mera Peak Climbing can be modified according to your time and requirements.