Mera Peak Climbing - Spring/Autumn Pacakge 2024/2025

Duration: 15 Days   |   Trip Photos  |   Trip Map
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Technical Challenging
  • Transport: Private Vehicle / Aeroplane
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Hotel + Teahouses + Lodges
  • Max Elevation: 6476m
  • Group Size: Min 2 pax

Mera Peak ClimbingMera Peak, the highest trekking peak in Nepal, is situated in the Hinku Valley of the Everest Region. Consisting of the three peaks Mera South (6,065 meters), Mera North (6,476 meters), and Mera Central (6,461 meters), this expedition is the conquest of the Mera Central following the less-crowded scenic routes of the Khumbu region. Popular among the mountaineering community as an easy alpine peak and fewer technical segments, Mera Peak Climbing is a famous expedition for the mountaineering enthusiast as a practice peak.

Mera Peak Climbing is one of the few Himalayan expeditions that can be completed within three weeks; following the remote virgin territory of the Hinku Valley, this expedition explores the northward prospects of the Khumbu region. An ideal Himalayan exploration for both beginners; who dream of conquering the 8,000-meter class massifs in the Himalayas and seasonal mountaineers who want to extend their Himalayan portfolio. This immersive, exhilarating adventure redefines the journey of solitude on an off-beaten path exploring the Himalayan wilderness. And leads to the summit that rewards the expeditioners with spectacular views of the five of the highest mountains in the world; Everest, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu.

First conquered by the British expeditioner Col. Jimmy Roberts and Sir Tenzing for the first time on 20 May 1953, this Himalayan gem has been a favorite mountain for adventures over the years. Especially as a lucky charm and the first mountain to ascend for mountaineering enthusiasts who are on their first adventure in the Himalayas, aiming to pave the way for greater conquests in the future.

How Technical is Mera Peak?

How Technical is Mera PeakMera Peak Climbing is a non-technical mountain; it has a pretty much straightforward route to the summit and requires very little technical climbing skills on its normal route. Unlike other alpine mountains that consist of steep technical segments on their slope, Mera Peak Climbing is a pretty much straightforward expedition that just needs mountaineers to use jumars and fixed rope during the last snowy dome segment, 40-50 meters distant from the summit.

Although it is not a technically difficult mountain that requires an expert level of mountaineering skills, the significant altitude can be challenging for many. Mera Peak climbing has been graded ‘Alpine Grade PD’ in the Alpine grading system, which means that there are some technical and challenging climbing segments on the slopes of the mountain. The adventure on this magnificent peak of the Himalayas used to have an ‘Alpine Grade F’ rating, which means it was an easy, straightforward ascend to the summit of the mountain.

But, due to the change in the glacier level and the involvement of the technical segment during the final push to the summit, it has now been evaluated as the ‘Alpine Grade PD’ mountain. Thus although the Mera Peak Climbing is considered a non-technical expedition, you will still need to cover a little technical stretch during the final push to the summit. But don’t worry; our expert team will guide you properly throughout the expedition, and you will also receive pre-climb training at Khare for a safe and enjoyable mountaineering experience and how to overcome the technical segment.

Mera Peak Climbing in Spring

The spring season in Nepal (March, April, and May) offers the most exhilarating and gratifying experience of the Himalayan exploration. The weather is mostly stable and warm during this season, with clear spectacular visibility. The green vegetation, lush forest, and wildflowers make it the best time to experience the full bloom of the Himalayan wilderness.

If you are a nature lover, you cannot simply miss the exploration of the region when it is at its peak. In spring, the temperature of the region hovers around 15°C to 20°C during the day time and can as drop as low as 12°C to -8°C during early mornings and night.

Perks of Mera Peak Climbing in Spring

  • Colorful flowers and lush greenery at their finest
  • Cozy temperature with clear visibility
  • Low probability of snowfall and rainfall
  • Blooming wildlife and migrating birds
  • Longer days are perfect for an immersive adventure
  • Tasty seasonal delicacies

Mera Peak Climbing in Autumn

Autumn (September, October, and November) is another peak season for high-altitude adventure in the Himlayas in Nepal. The freshly washed-up terrains and souring rivers nourished by monsoon rains, stable weather, warm temperature, and chilly fresh mornings-nights make it the best season for the Himalayan adventure.

The dry-breezy days, accompanied by the clear blue skies and unprecedented visibility, make it an ideal time to truly immerse in the magnificence of the Himalayan vistas. The day temperature during this peak season fluctuates around 14°C to 20°C and can drop upto 10°C to -5°C during the night.

Perks of Mera Peak Climbing in Autumn

  • Pleasant, chilly, and breezy temperatures
  • Dry stable weather conditions
  • Clear and wide visibility of Himalayan vistas
  • More cultural exploration opportunity
  • Low probability of rainfall and snowfall
  • Opportunity to witness wildlife preparing for hibernation
  • Nothing beats photography this season
  • No bugs, no leeches

Training and Preparation

Training and Preparation for Mera Peak CLimbingMera Peak Climbing is a high-altitude adventure in the alpine environment over an altitude of 6,000 meters; thus, preparing for this glorious expedition of the Himlayas, like any other trekking expedition, might not just make the cut. Although Mera Peak is considered the highest trekking peak in Nepal, traversing across the alpine and glacial segment with a slight technical segment near the summit differentiates it from other trekking adventures.

Thus preparing for Mera Peak Climbing 8- 12 weeks prior to the adventure, like other treks, will not be enough. You will actually ascend the mountain slopes with ice and snow segments, so it is recommended that you should start your preparation at least 4- 6 months or longer, if possible, before the expedition. Here are a few exercises you can include in your training regime while preparing for the Mera Peak Climbing.

Strength and Endurance Exercises: Squats, plank push-ups, bicep curls, overhead pass, bench press, dumbbell row, pull-ups, deadlift, weightlifting, bench press, leg curl

Cardiovascular Exercises: Cycling, jogging, swimming, water aerobics, jumping rope, rowing, burpees, dance, pilates, lunges

Mental Preparation: Meditation, practiced breathing to stay calm, boosting confidence, visualization, mental toughness

Food and Accommodation

Altitude-sickness-while-traveling-to-the-Mera-Peak-Base-CampAs Mera Peak Climbing explores remote parts of the Himalayas on an off-beaten path from Hongu and Hinku Valley’s prospects, the food and accommodation facilities here might not be top-tier like you expect on the mainstream trekking routes. But, it doesn’t mean that you cannot enjoy exquisite lavish dishes when you join the main trekking route, so you will have to make do with what is available during the exploration of the remote parts of the expedition. Similarly, the lodges are basic in the remote region, with beds, mattresses, pillows, and blankets. Generally, the rooms in the teahouses are on a shared basis, usually two or three beds per room, and the same for the bathroom facilities (shared).

During most parts of your expedition, teahouses along the trail will prepare food for you and arrange accommodation. However, during the ascending period on the mountain, our expert team will arrange the tented accommodation for you at Mera High Camp and prepare warm-nourishing meals. Here are some food menus you can expect in your Mera Peak Climbing.

For Breakfast

  • Egg options
  • Toast and bread (jam or honey)
  • Coffee, tea (milk, black, ginger pepper)
  • Pancakes
  • Oats
  • Soup
  • Cornflakes
  • Sandwiches
  • Chapatti
  • Porridge

For Lunch and Dinner

  • Thukpa
  • Momos
  • Sherpa stew
  • Macaroni
  • Spaghetti
  • Potato items
  • Yak steak
  • Riki kur
  • Shyphale
  • Rildok
  • Daal bhaat tarkari
  • Burger
  • Spring roll
  • Pizza
  • Noodles, chowmein

For vegan and vegetarian expeditioners, the teahouses along the trail also have vegan and vegetarian options. You could just request the chef to prepare you a vegetarian or vegan meal, excluding the meat or any other ingredient you dont want.

**Note: During your trekking part, Marvel Adventure will arrange the finest teahouse in the region for the best value food and accommodation facilities**

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Alternative Route

For the Mera Peak Climbing expedition, there is also an alternative route that takes you to Chhuthanga after landing in Luka instead of Paiya. In this alternative route, you will follow the trail to Chhuthanga, Thuli Kharka, and Kothe, finally joining the main route. This alternative route also has an extra contingency day for weather or any other unforeseen complications.

Day 1: Fly to Lukla and trek to Chhuthanga

Lukla Elevation: 2,800 meters

Chhuthanga Elevation: 3,475 meters

Elevation Gain: 675 meters

Duration: 5- 6 hours

On the alternative route of your Mera Peak Climbing, after landing in Lukla, instead of heading to Paiya, you will follow the route to Chhuthanga. This ascending trail from Lukla passes through the lush rhododendron and pine forests in a less-ventured route just below the Kalo Himal Ridge. As you will be trekking in restricted areas on this day’s adventure, you will require a special permit to enter the region.

This day’s uphill trekking also explores the beautiful Himalayan settlements that are spread across the trail and their religious prospects; the prayer wheel, flags, chortens, and mani walls that will warm up your spiritual side. This beautiful high-altitude settlement nestling between hills and mountains will be your resting destination tonight.

Day 2: Chuthanga to Thuli Kharka trek

Chhuthanga elevation: 3,475 meters

Thuli Kharka Elevation: 4,300 meters

Elevation Gain: 825 meters

Duration: 5- 6 hours

After your morning breakfast, on the second day of this alternative Mera Peak Climbing route, you will traverse across the lush rhododendron, pine, and magnolia forest as you alongside the widespread yak pastures. As altitude gain is significant on this day’s trek, you should be careful about keeping yourself hydrated and staying on the lookout for any symptoms of altitude sickness. After trekking on the ridge of the Kalo Himal, you will arrive at the Zatrwa La Pass, which separates Khumbu and HInu Valleys.

Then descending on the stony path decorated with prayer flags and chortens, you will finally arrive at Thuli Kharka, which can be translated into ‘Big Meadow.’ This summer camp used by yak herders houses a couple of teahouses; you will take your well-deserved rest in one of the finest teahouses here.

Day 3: Trekking from Thuli Kharka to Kothe

Thuli Kharka Elevation: 4,300 meters

Kothe Elevation: 3,691 meters

Elevation Loss: 609 meters

Duration: 6- 7 hours

The Day 3 of your alternative Mera Peak Climbing will finally connect you to the main route of this expedition, i.e., trekking from Chhatra Khola to Kothe. Following the trails of the Hinku Valley, leaving Thuli Kharka behind, on this day’s exploration, you will walk along the path covered by rhododendron and pine forest. The glorious peaks of the Himalayas, like Peak 43, Kusum Kanguru, and the south face of Mera Peak, will reward this day’s adventure.

Kothe lies on the west side of the Hinku Valley, right above the banks of the Hinku Khola; after a final uphill ascend, during the last stretch, you will finally enter this beautiful Himalayan settlement. After reaching Kothe, this expedition follows the same mainstream route from Thaknak to Khare and rest.


  • Summit of Mera Peak Central (6,461 meters)
  • Breathtaking spectacular views of the 5 of 8,000- meters class mountains in the Himalayas (Everest, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu), including several other massifs
  • Perfect off-beaten exploration that ventures the isolated, less traversed routes away from busy mainstream routes of the Everest region
  • An ideal peak for mountaineering beginners who want to test their skillset before Everest or other 8,000-meter mountain expedition
  • Conquest of the highest alpine trekking in Nepal
  • Exploration the remote valleys of Hongu and Hinku Valley
  • Exhilarating passes of the Himlayas like Zatrwa La Pass, Chutok La Pass, Kari La Pass, and Panggom La pass
  • Diverse landscapes along the trail, from lush forests, soaring rivers, and waterfalls to wide glacial vistas, pasture lands, and alpine terrains
  • Warm hospitality, culture, and traditions of the high Himalayan settlements along the trail

Day to Day Itinerary

  • Day 1 Fly to Lukla and trek to Paiya

    Kathmandu Elevation: 1,400 meters

    Lukla Elevation: 2,800 meters

    Paiya Elevation: 2,730 meters

    Elevation Gain: 1,400 meters

    Duration: 5- 6 hours

    On the first day of your Mera Peak Climbing expedition, you will be transferred to the domestic terminal at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), from where you will take a morning flight to Lukla, ‘the gateway to Everest.’ After meeting the rest of your expedition team there, you will move along the trail toward Paiya during the second part of the day.

    Descending downward, you will head north from Lukla and pass through a beautiful scenic route filled with lush forested areas (rhododendron, juniper, pine, and Mongolia). After arriving at Surke, you will move along the trail toward Pakhapani, which will lead you to Chutok La Pass (2,945 meters). From there, it's a gradual walk to the Paiya, a small civilization on the lap of the Himalayas that offers spectacular views of the Himalayan gems like Kongde Ri, Khatang, Tang Ragi Tu, and several other adjacent peaks.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses/ Lodges
    • Place: Paiya
    • Altitude: 2,730 meters
  • Day 2 Trekking from Paiya to Panggom

    Paiya Elevation: 2,730 meters

    Panggom Elevation: 2,846 meters

    Elevation Gain: 116 meters

    Duration: 5- 6 hours

    On the Day 2 of your expedition, you will leave Paiya behind and descend down the trails to reach a wooden bridge down the valley as you move towards Panggom. It can be a slightly challenging day’s trek in your Mera Peak Climbing as you traverse across the slippery trails toward Kari La Pass (2,800 meters), so be careful with your footing. After the pass, you will rejoin the beautiful lush route accompanied by aroma diverse rhododendron flowers, bamboo, and pine forests

    Passing along the Phaplu Village, in this day’s trek, you will walk the terraced landscape alongside the Dudhkoshi River as you trek toward Panggom. This beautiful Himalayan civilization is known as a farming and trading hub, so depending upon the season of your visit, you will be greeted by the colorful vegetation in the region.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses/ Lodges
    • Place: Panggom
    • Altitude: 2,846 meters
  • Day 3 Panggom to Ramailo Dada trek

    Panggom Elevation: 2,846 meters

    Ramailo Dada Elevation: 3,276 meters

    Elevation Gain: 430 meters

    Duration: 6- 7 hours

    After leaving the farming and trading settlement of Panggom behind, on this day of Mera Peak Climbing, you will trek to Ningsow in the first segment of this day’s expedition. You will pass beautiful scenic trails alongside the lush forests (bamboo and rhododendron), Buddhist monasteries, chortens, prayer flags, and stones engraved with prayer as you traverse across the Panggom La pass (3,174 meters). From the top of the pass, you will be able to catch a glimpse of the Himalayan massifs like Naulekh, Mera South Face, and Kongde Peaks.

    Then, it is a long and steep downward trail toward the bottom of the valley; this descending trail offers you alluring views of the lower Himalayas on the southern side. During the last stretch of this day’s trek, you will cross the Hinku River via a suspension bridge and climb the inclined hill for about 2 hours to finally arrive at the valley on the eastern side of the Ramailo Dada.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses/ Lodges
    • Place: Ramailo Dada
    • Altitude: 3,276 meters
  • Day 4 Ramailo Dada to Chhatra Khola

    Ramailo Dada Elevation: 3,276 meters

    Chhatra Khola Elevation: 2,800 meters

    Elevation Loss: 476 meters

    Duration: 7- 8 hours

    Day 4 of your Mera Peak Climbing is an exhilarating day of adventure; you will pass along the most beautiful rhododendron forests with red and pink petals that light up the trails on this day’s trek. After several ascend and descend along the beautiful route, you will enter the Makalu Barun National Park, one of the major highlights of this day’s expedition, with the opportunity to witness the diverse flora and fauna of the region like red panda, snow leopard, wild boar, goral, Himalayan marmot, Himalayan black bear, etc.

    Then from here, you will walk along the ‘Pasang Lhhamu Trail’ that leads you toward the Chhatra Khola. If you are lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the elusive Himalayan wildlife on this beautiful trail; you will rest here tonight at one of the finest lodges in the region.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses/ Lodges
    • Place: Chhatra Khola
    • Altitude: 2,800 meters
  • Day 5 Trekking from Chhatra Khola to Kothe

    Chhatra Khola Elevation: 2,800 meters

    Kothe Elevation: 3,691 meters

    Elevation Gain: 891 meters

    Duration: 6- 7 hours

    On this day’s adventure, you will pick up the main route of the Mera Peak Climbing; you will trek above the Hinku Valley and climb down the steep trails through meadows as you pass along the science trails of rhododendron, hemlock, and birch forests. As you trek along the trail next to the Majang Khola, as you advance further, it will merge with the routes alongside the Hiknu Khola.

    From here, the latter part of this day’s trekking in Mera Peak Climbing is straightforward to the Trashing Ongma, which is famous as a resting destination and houses seasonal tea shops. After getting rest here, you will move along the trail towards Sanu Khola, and after crossing the bridge over the river, you will arrive at Kothe, your resting destination tonight.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses/ Lodges
    • Place: Kothe
    • Altitude: 3,691 meters
  • Day 6 Kothe to Thaknak

    Kothe Elevation: 3,691 meters

    Thaknak Elevation: 4,358 meters

    Elevation Gain: 667 meters

    Duration: 3- 4 hours

    After rejoining the mainstream route in the Mera Peak Climbing, on this day of your Mera Peak Climbing, you will follow the ridge of the Hinku Khola. As you start ascending to the higher altitude, the treeline gradually starts to disappear, opening wider Himalayan vistas of kharkas and grazing meadows of the yak with the Himalayan massifs sparkling in the background. Its a short-scenic day’s trek today; as you move along the trail and arrive at Gondishung, you will have your lunch enjoying the magnificent views of peaks like Charpati Himal, Kusu Kanguru, Thamserku, and Mera Peak.

    During the second stretch of this day’s expedition, you will follow the ascending route toward Thaknak. You will also pass the 200-year-old Buddhist Shrine, Lungsumgba Gompa; from here, about an hour trail will take you to Thaknak, you will be able to savor the spectacular up-close view of the Charpati Himal after reaching the high-Himalayn civilization. Thaknak is a summer grazing region that houses teahouses and shops; you will stay here tonight.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tea Houses/ Lodges
    • Place: Thaknak
    • Altitude: 4,358 meters
  • Day 7 Thaknak to Khare trek

    Thaknak Elevation: 4,358 meters

    Khare Elevation: 5,045 meters

    Elevation Gain: 687 meters

    Duration: 2- 3 hours

    Although the Day 7 of your Mera Peak Climbing expedition is a short day’s trek, as the altitude gain is significant, it is recommended that you enjoy a slow-paced adventure and stay hydrated. During the first section of this day’s trek, you will ascend slightly toward the Dig Glacier, from where you will be able to enjoy the stunning views of the Charpate Himal and northern Hinku Glacier. Then from there onwards, you will descend down the trail of the Dig Kharka that will open up wide vistas of Mera Peak, Charpati Himal, and Kyeshar Glacier.

    Then following the upward trail, you will start gradually climbing toward Khare; this beautiful Himalayan settlement is also known as the ‘Mera Base Camp.’ You will find several teahouses after arriving at Khare equipped to support and accommodate the climbers with several trekking equipment outlets. You will rest here tonight; you will be able to enjoy the north face of the Mera Peak and Mera Glacier from here.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tented Camp
    • Place: Khare
    • Altitude: 5,045 meters
  • Day 8 Acclimatization day and pre-climb training at Khare

    After gaining a significant altitude in your Mera Peak Climbing expedition, it is time for you to let your body properly acclimatize to this high-altitude environment. You will spend this entire day properly adapting to the new altitude and take part in the pre-climbing training session conducted by our mountaineering experts. Before your scaling of Mera Peak, on this day, you will be able to test your mountaineering skills like belaying, rappelling, making knots, and using harnesses and other climbing equipment.

    Our mountaineering guide will also brief you about the big expedition, helpful tips and practical knowledge that will come in handy for the expedition. Then, later at the end of the day, there will be a final climbing gear and equipment check as you will start packing for the expedition on the mountain tomorrow. There are also several mountaineering gear rentals at Khare, so you can rent any personal gears you feel like you might need. You will rest again at Khare tonight, preparing for the big adventure tomorrow.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tented Camp
    • Place: Khare
    • Altitude: 5,045 meters
  • Day 9 Khare to Mera High Camp

    Khare Elevation: 5,045 meters

    Mera High Camp Elevation: 5,780 meters

    Elevation Gain: 735 meters

    Duration: 5- 6 hours

    The big adventure you have been waiting for in your Mera Peak Climbing expedition finally commences today. On the Day 9 of your expedition, you will start your scaling from the Mera Base Camp (5,300 meters). During the first section of the ascending, you will start off climbing the steep boulder-strewn path on the mountain slopes towards Mera La (5,400) and make your way towards the Mera Glacier. Mera Peak has three summit points, Mera North (6,476 meters), Mera South (6,065 meters), and Mera Central (6,461 meters); following the trail towards the Mera Central, you will push for the Mera High Camp.

    Mera Peak, which is also known as the highest trekking peak in Nepal, has a pretty straightforward climbing route; after overcoming the Mera Glacier, you will follow a gradual incline route toward the Mera High Camp. There are no technical climbing segments up to this point, so you will not have to use your mountaineering equipment to overcome these segments. The cold, harsh alpine weather and significant altitude gain can be only the major difficulty of this day’s adventure. After your arrival at the Mera High Camp, you will be comforted with warm drinks and soups prepared by our expedition crew. Then, enjoying the warmth of the tent and a delicious nursing meal, you will settle in for the night, preparing for the summit the next day.

    • Meals: BLD
    • Accommodation: Tented Camp
    • Place: Mera High Camp
    • Altitude: 5,780 meters
  • Day 10 Trek to Mera Peak Base Camp (5300m)

    Mera High Camp Elevation: 5,780 meters

    Mera Peak Summit: 6,461 meters

    Khare Elevation: 5,045 meters

    Elevation Gain: 681 meters

    Duration: 7- 8 hours

    On the Day 10 of your Mera Peak Climbing, you will finally push for the summit of the Mera Peak. Starting your scaling really early in the morning, you will ascend on the mountain slopes secured by a man-rope with the expedition team for safety reasons. Although Mera Peak is not a very technical mountain and maneuvering isn’t that difficult, the cold climate and low oxygen saturation do wear your body down. After arriving close to the summit, 40-50 meters part, you will need to use jumars and fixed rope to climb on the steep incline segments of the snowy dome that takes you to the Mera peak’s summit.

    By late morning, you will already have summitted this magnificent peak in the Himalayas; from the very top of the summit, you will be able to enjoy the glorious massifs in the Khumbu region like Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Baruntse, Chamland, Gaurishanker, and several other adjacent peaks. After enjoying the 360° panoramic views of the Himalayas from the summit of the mountain and soaking in its beauty, you will climb down to Mera High Camp.

    Then, celebrating your victory at the high camp and recharging your body with a warm, delicious meal, you will start to descend down to Khare. You will enjoy the warm comfort of the finest teahouse in the region, celebrating the successful climb and marking the conclusion of your Himalayan exploration.

    • Day 11 Reserve day for contingency

      This is a special day in your Mera Peak Climbing expedition; it is actually a reserved day for any mishaps during the expedition. It is insurance for situations like bad weather, which could potentially affect the scaling, health problems of the members, or any foreseen events that could cancel a day’s worth of trip. Thus if the expedition pans out without any issues, this reserved contingency day can be used to make a little bit of a side detour in the Himalayan region or for extra sightseeing and exploration day at Kathmandu.

      • Meals: BLD
      • Accommodation: Tea Houses/Lodges
      • Place: Khare
      • Altitude: 5,045 meters
    • Day 12 Trek down to Kothe from Khare

      Khare Elevation: 5,045 meters

      Kothe Elevation: 3,691 meters

      Elevation Loss: 1,354 meters

      Duration: 4- 5 hours

      After concluding your Himalayan adventure, you will retrace your steps back to Kothe on the Day 12 of your Mera Peak Climbing. As it is a gradual descent, it isn’t a hard day of trekking, passing through Tangnang; this is a small settlement with yak farming. As you move along the rugged rocky trail and pass several pasture grounds, then after descending to a significant altitude, you will enter the lush vegetation area where you will be greeted by fir and rhododendron forests; the terraced vegetation at Kothe will also be rewarding after the adventure on glacial moraines and alpine settings of the high Himalayas.

      • Meals: BLD
      • Accommodation: Tea Houses/Lodges
      • Place: Kothe
      • Altitude: 3,691 meters
    • Day 13 Trekking from Kothe to Thuli Kharka

      Kothe Elevation: 3,691 meters

      Thuli Kharka Elevation: 4,300 meters

      Elevation Gain: 609 meters

      Duration: 5- 6 hours

      On this day’s adventure, as you leave Kothe after breakfast moving towards Thuli Kharka. It is a challenging day’s trek as you trek down along the steep routes from Kothe, following trails with rhododendron, fir, and bamboo forests to the Hinku Valley. Then walking alongside the forests on the west side of the valley, you will pass through several ascending and descending segments; you will finally arrive at Thuli Kharka from Kothe.

      Thuli Kharka is the summer camp for the yak herders; from here, you will be able to enjoy the spectacular great views of Mera Peaks, i.e., Mera South, Mera North, and Mera Central, the highlights of this Mera Peak Climbing expedition.

      • Meals: BLD
      • Accommodation: Tea Houses/Lodges
      • Place: Thuli Kharka
      • Altitude: 4,300 meters
    • Day 14 Trekking down to Lukla via Zatrwa La Pass

      Thuli Kharka Elevation: 4,300 meters

      Zatrwa La Pass: 4,600 meters

      Lukla Elevation: 2,800 meters

      Elevation Gain: 300 meters

      Duration: 6- 7 hours

      Your Mera Peak Climbing has finally come to an end; the Day 14 of your Himalayan exploration will officially mark the end of the adventure in the Everest region. It's a hard day’s trek today as you climb Zatrwa La Pass to descend down to the Lukla; during the first section, you will follow the rocky segments as you leave the Hinku Khola behind and start a steep climb through a lush rhododendron forest. Passing through the Toktar, small teahouses settlements in the forest, you will keep following the ascending trail until your reach Zatrwa La Pass.

      From the vantage point of this pass, you will be able to catch a glimpse of Mera Peak and Naulekh. Then following the moderate descending path, you will finally arrive at the Lukla Valley, your resting destination tonight.

      • Meals: BLD
      • Accommodation: Hotel/Guest Houses/Lodges
      • Place: Lukla
      • Altitude: 2,860 m
    • Day 15 Lukla to Kathmandu

      Lukla Elevation: 2,800 meters

      Kathmandu Elevation: 1,400 meters

      Elevation Loss: 1,400 meters

      Concluding your Mera Peak Climbing expedition, on Day 15, you will leave the gateway of Everest via an early morning flight towards Kathmandu. You will be able to enjoy the spectacular views of the Himlayas on your back as you take this short scenic cross-valley flight moving towards the capital.

      After landing at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), our representative will drop you back at your respective hotels. You can check out the major tourist attraction of the vibrant capital city after getting enough or just stroll around the city exploring the cultural aspects and shopping for souvenirs.

      Thank you for trusting us with your adventure; we hope to see you again. Have a safe journey back home!

      • Place: Kathmandu
      • Altitude: 1400m

    What to Expect

    • Airport pick up and drop by private vehicle
    • All Domestic flights and airport tax as listed in the itinerary
    • Standard meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
    • TIMS (Trekking Information Management System) card
    • Mera Peak climbing permit 
    • Professional mountain guide
    • Stong and helpful porter with proper equipments (1 porter for 2 people)
    • Salary,food,accommodation and insurance for guide and porters
    • Tea house/lodge accommodation during the trek
    • One night tent accommodation in Mera Peak base camp with hygienic meals.
    • Necessary peak climbing equipments
    • Comprehensive first aid kit
    • Government taxes and official expenses
    • International Airfare and taxes
    • Nepal entry visa fee
    • Your Travel Insurance (compulsory)
    • Your personal expenses of any kind
    • Any kind of drinks and desserts during the trek
    • Tips for guide and porter (Tipping is expected)
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    FAQs About Mera Peak Climbing

    FAQs About Mera Peak Climbing

    How hard is Mera Peak Climbing?

    The Mera Peak is considered a non-technical mountain and has received an ‘Alpine Grade PD’ in the Alpine grading system; thus, it is not as hard as other mountains with steep technical climbing segments. But, due to the significant altitude gain, you will need to prepare yourself properly to reduce the difficulty factors of the expedition.

    Which is the best season for Mera Peak Climbing?

    Although it is possible to set out on the expedition of Mera Peak throughout the year, the best time for this Himalayan adventure is considered to be during spring (March- May) and autumn (September- November). The days are warm and sunny during these peak seasons with stable weather and clear visibility, making it the best time for a high-altitude adventure in the country.

    Can a beginner climb Mera Peak?

    Mera Peak, at an altitude of (6,461 meters) is actually considered to be an ideal mountain for beginners. Although it is a physically demanding expedition due to the high altitude, the lack of many technical segments on the mountain slopes makes it a wonderful practice peak for mountaineering enthusiasts who are aiming for the conquest of the highest mountain in the world.

    Where is Mera Peak located?

    Mera Peak is located in the Mahalangur section in the Barun-sub district of the Himalayas, located in the Solokhumbu district; Mera Peak shares the same Himalayan range as Mt. Everest.

    Can you see Everest from Mera Peak?

    Yes, you can see Mt. Everes (8,849 meters) from the summit of the Mera Peak, including other 8,000-meter class mountains like Mt. Lhotse (8,516 meters), Mt. Cho Oyu (8,188 meters), Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586 meters), and Mt. Makalu (8,481 meters).

    Is Mera Peak harder than Kilimanjaro?

    When it comes to the high altitude adventure, the rest and acclimatization day significantly contribute to the difficulty level of an adventure. Mt Kilimanjaro trekking is generally completed within the time span of 5- 9 days, whereas the Mera Peak Climbing takes around 14- 18 days, so this expedition is slightly easier and more relaxed compared to Mt. Kilimanjaro climbing; Marvel Adventure has 90% to 95% success rate for the Mera Peak Climbing.

    How long is Mera Peak Climbing?

    Mera Peak Climbing can be as long as 2- 3 weeks, depending on the itinerary package of the expedition. If you are looking for the answer related to scaling the mountain to the summit, Mera Peak Climbing takes approximately around 5- 6 hours to reach the summit from Mera High Camp.

    What kind of physical condition is needed for Mera Peak Climbing?

    This alpine climbing adventure at an altitude of over 6,000 meters requires a good level of physical fitness; climbers should have a high level of endurance level and stamina to successfully complete this glorious adventure of the Himalayas.

    What is the package cost of Mera Peak Climbing?

    The Mera Peak Climbing cost can vary depending upon the itinerary and amenities of the package; however, in general, it can cost somewhere between US$ 2,200 to US$ 2,800. We here at Marvel Adventure offer a fully guided Mera Peak expedition at just US$ 2,275 per person.

    Is Mera Peak Climbing worth it?

    Mera Peak Climbing follows the scenic off-beaten route away from the crowds of the mainstream expedition in Nepal and offers unique and exhilarating prospects of the Himalayan wilderness. Plus, the panoramic views of the Himalayan massifs from its summit, including the five tallest mountains in the world, make this expedition worth it.

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