Mera Peak - 6476m

Destination: Everest Region
Duration : 20 days
Best Season : Sep-Dec; Mar-May

Grade : Hard
Max. Altitude : 6476

Mera Peak is the highest permitted trekking peak in Nepal and is for those who are after a true mountaineering experience. There are many routes to the summit, none of them easy; some requiring the crossing of very high and difficult passes. However the standard route is the one taken by J.O.M Roberts and Sen Tenzing who were the first to summit Mera Peak on 20 May 1953. Standing to the south of Everest, Mera provides one of the most spectacular views in Nepal, with Chamlang, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, and Baruntse to the east and Cho-Oyu, Ama Dablam and Kangtega to the west. Everest itself can be seen to the north, over the massive south face of Lhotse. In favourable conditions it is possible to ascend the peak and descend back on the same day. ‚Äč

Days 01 : Arrival at Kathmandu, transfer to hotel (1300 m/4265 ft)

Days 02 : Sightseeing and preparation

Days 03 : Early morning flight to Lukla (2840 m/9317 ft)

Days 04 : Trek to Chuthanga (3020 m/9908 ft)

Days 05 : Trek to Chetarbu Kharka (4704 m/15433 ft)

Days 06 : Trek to Kothe, forest camp

Days 07 : Trek to Thangnak (4356 m/14291 ft)

Days 08 : Acclimatisation at Thangnak

Days 09 : Trek to Khahare (5045 m/16552 ft)

Days 10 : Rest at Khahare, climbing training course

Days 11 : Trek to Mera high camp (5780 m/18963 ft)

Days 12 : Summit to Mera Peak (6476 m/21246 ft)

Days 13 : Extra summit day

Days 14 : Trek back to Thnagnak

Days 15 : Trek to Tashing Dingma

Days 16 : Trek to Chetrabu Kharka

Days 17 : Trek to Chuthanga

Days 18 : Trek to Lukla

Days 19 : Fly back to Kathmandu

Days 20 : Departure to your next destination

Personal Belongings:

- Camera, chargers, personal medical kit, ID/passport, diary/notebook, Nepalese currency etc....

Personal Trekking / Climbing Gear:

- Climbing boots

- Harness

- Zummer

- Crampons

- Ice axe

- Carabineer

- Descender

- Tape shilling

- Fursik rope

- Helmet

- Warm Inner base layer

- Day bag (hiking - 10-20 L)

- Rucksack - 45 L

- Gore-Tex jacket and trouser

- Feather/down jacket

- Trekking shoes

- Several pairs warm socks

- Thick climbing gloves

- Normal gloves

- Hat/cap

- UV polarised sun-glasses

- Water bottle, camelbak

- Water thermos


Cost Includes:

- International arrival and departure

- Domestic arrival and departure

- 3 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu (B/B plan)

- Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu flight ticket

- Trekking lodge and accommodation

- Climbing guide

- Tent service and full camping support in base camp and high camp

- Food and tent

- cook, kitchen staff and other service crew

- Mera Peak climbing permit

- Group climbing gear (fix rope, ice bar, ice screw, rock piton etc)

- Insurance for sherpa and crew


Cost Excludes:

- Personal climbing gear

- Oxygen and regulator mask (emergency support purpose)

- Insurance (rescue, medical)

- Food in Kathmandu

- Drinks and beverages

- Staff tips


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