Mera Peak Climbing Dates
|TRIP DATES||AVAILABILITY||PRICE||SPACE LEFT|
|October 24, 2023 - November 11, 2023||Guaranteed||US$ 2,210||
|November 5, 2023 - November 23, 2023||Guaranteed||US$ 2,210||
18 nights & 19 days
Spring and Autumn
6476 meters / 21246 feet at top of Mera Peak.
Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu.
All year round.
Mera Peak is the paramount Nepalese trekking peak that gives you the opportunity to glimpse over four of the world’s highest mountains. Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal, but you don’t need any mountaineering experience to conquer it. All you need for this challenging but rewarding climbing trip is a good level of physical fitness and an extroverted sense of adventure – the experienced and respected Sherpa of Mosaic Adventure team will do the rest! Required equipment such as crampons, ice axe, rope, etc., is provided, while our dedicated team will fix the ropes for you wherever required.
Classified as a trekking peak at 6,476 meters (21,247 ft), Mera Peak is a mountain that lies in the Himalayas, specifically in the Sagarmatha region of Nepal. Hiking above the popular trails to Everest Base Camp, this trip leads us to the sparsely inhabited Hinku Valley. As you trek through the beautiful high alpine surroundings, Mera Peak can be seen soaring over the valley in all its glory. Dominating the skyline above the wide and thickly forested valley, Mera Peak rises to the south of Everest, showcasing five of the world’s highest mountains – Everest, Kanchenjunga, Amadablam, Baruntse, and Makalu.
With the guidance of one of the world’s most experienced, reliable, and well-trained teams, this Mosaic adventure will be one not to be forgotten. Join us on this epic journey into the clouds, to stand amongst the mountain giants of the Himalayas.
Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary
Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu, meet at the airport then transfer to hotel.
Day 2: Pre-climb meeting, Kathmandu heritage day tour.
Day 3: Fly to Lukla (2840m), trek to Chuthanga (3170m).
Day 4: Trek to Zatrabok (4704m) via Zatrawa La Pass (4,610m).
Day 5: Trek to Kothe (3840m).
Day 6: Trek to Thangnak (4360m).
Day 7: Trek to Khare. (5045m)
Day 8: Rest at Khare for acclimatization (5045m).
Day 9: Trek to Mera Peak base camp. (5350m)
Day 10: Trek to high camp. (5760m)
Day 11: Mera Climb (6476m) and return to Khare. (5045m)
Day 12: Spare day/ buffer day
Day 13: Trek back to Kothe (3840m).
Day 14: Trek to Zatrabok (4704m)
Day 15: Trek to Chuthanga (3170m)
Day 16: Trek to Lukla (2840m).
Day 17: Fly back to the capital Kathmandu.
Day 18: Buffer/rest day at Kathmandu.
Day 19: Depart to onward destination.
Highlights of Mera Peak Climbing
- Glimpsing over four of the world’s highest mountains, including Everest, Kanchenjunga, Amadablam, Baruntse, and Makalu.
- The opportunity to conquer the highest trekking peak in Nepal without any mountaineering experience.
- Trekking through the beautiful high alpine surroundings and the sparsely inhabited Hinku Valley.
- Standing on top of Mera Peak at 6,476 meters (21,247 ft) and experiencing the stunning panoramic views of the Himalayas.
- Joining one of the world’s most experienced, reliable, and well-trained teams for a safe and unforgettable adventure.
- Experiencing the unique culture and hospitality of the Nepalese people.
Lukla Flight Re-Routed to Manthali Airport
Due to a notice from the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal, all Lukla flights will now be diverted to Manthali Airport in Ramechap District, which is approximately a 4-hour drive from Kathmandu. This change was made to reduce traffic at Kathmandu airport, and until further notice, a 4-hour drive will be required to reach Lukla. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and will keep you updated on any further changes.