Mera Peak Climbing - 18 Days

  • Duration 18 Days
  • Difficulty Level Strenuous
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Type Lodge Based Trekking & Climbing
  • Best Season Spring (March - May) & Autumn (Sept - Nov)
  • Group Size 1 to 16
  • Maximum Altitude 6,476 m

Mera Peak Climbing in Nepal is the highest trekking peak in Nepal and a world-class mountain to kick off or start your climbing journey. It is located in the famous Everest region. Mera Peak Climbing in Nepal offers an immersive trip through the beautiful Sherpa villages and lush alpine woodlands. You get to explore the wonders of the Khumbu region and escape its unbelievable beauty.

Make your dream come true of climbing a mountain in the Himalayas by joining our 18-day Mera Peak Climbing Venture. It is a moderate and not very technical peak to climb, which stands above 6,000 meters.

Mera Peak lies in the Mahalangur section. Mahalangur is the biggest Himalayan range in Nepal. For your information, Mera Peak has three summits: Mera Central (6,461 m), Mera North (6,476 m), and Mera South (6,065 m). These days, Mera Peak is used as a practice peak and acclimatized by the climbers. They do Mera Peak before pushing towards eight thousand mountains like Mount Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, etc. Mera Peak is under the NMA trekking peaks. It means that you can climb this peak while doing a trek in the Everest region.

Nowadays, hundreds of travelers from all over the world are aiming to climb Mera Peak. They want to climb because of the fantastic adventure, which offers jaw-dropping mountain panoramas. Even though there are almost no technical sections, climbers still get to test ice axes, crampons, and other climbing gear. No previous climbing experience is required for a trek to Mera Peak or Mera Peak climbing. But the trekkers and climbers must be in good physical shape and have strong legs.

The things you experience in Mera Peak Climbing

  • A non-technical climbing route, perfect for beginner climbers
  • Get to use gear like crampons, ice axes, fixed ropes, etc. 
  • Off-beat, adventurous trails through fine mountain villages and lush forests
  • Visit monasteries along the way and have close encounters with the locals.
  • Explore the stunning Hinku Valley.
  • Witness jaw-dropping views of massive glaciers and waterfalls. 
  • Reach the top of Mera Peak.
  • Cross Zatra La Pass and enjoy a thrilling flight in and out of Lukla.
  • The journey offers heavenly mountain landscapes.

Views during Mera peak climbing in Nepal

From the very first day of the journey, the thrilling flight to Lukla from Kathmandu offers stunning aerial views of the Himalayas. The views and the scenery matter a lot in the journey. Believe us, this specific venture will not let you down. The trail you follow is slightly off-beat and less crowded than the route to Everest Base Camp Trek. It means you can keep all the views to yourself and enjoy a serene voyage.

The mountain only gets closer, and the views are better as the elevation rises. The views of Mount Everest, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Baruntse are excellent and magnificent. You also see other mountains such as Mt. Cho Oyu, Charpate Himal, Mt. Nuptse, and Mera Peak with surrounding greenery. Along with that, you explore the gorgeous Hinku Valley throughout the trekking to Mera Peak Climbing. Then there are views of captivating glaciers, gorges, streams, and waterfalls along the way to Mera Peak.

Mera peak climbing difficulty

Mera Peak Climbing in Nepal is moderate-level while trekking and strenuous while climbing a peak. The walking trail around Mera Peak covers a total of around 125 km. In general, the Mera Peak Climbing Route is steep, snowy, and rugged. The climbing path is not technical. But exposure to sun, wind, and cold while walking on snow using crampons and the fixed rope is challenging as well. You need strength to walk above 6,000 meters and deal with the thin air pressure and low oxygen level.

Please do not take Mera Peak Climbing 18 lightly just because of the non-technical position. Many other factors add up to make it difficult and strenuous. Apart from the climbing part, the trekking trail is rugged and off-beat. You cross Zatra La pass (4,600 m) while walking on the Mera Peak Climbing Route. The teahouses around Mera Peak are not very good as compared to the EBC Trek route either.

Anyone can climb Mera Peak in Nepal with proper preparation, guidance, and supportive crews.

What do you get in our Mera Peak Climbing Package 2024?

The best thing you get is a responsible and professional team to complete your journey successfully. We have highly experienced mountaineering guides and support crew who have been to every corner of the Himalayas. Our Sherpa guides have summited many peaks and mountains, including Mount Everest.

We have offered the best Mera Peak Climbing package and cost for 2024. Our 18-day itinerary is well designed by our expertise in consulting with our legendary climbing guides. The itinerary lets you gain proper elevation each day. It is very important to gain proper elevation to complete the trip successfully in high-altitude trekking.

The cost for 18 days of Mera Peak Climbing starts at USD 2190.00 per person. This cost is based on a solo traveller. The price will go down rapidly as group sizes increase. Our price is based on the top-notch services we provide to you during your journey with us. The price covers your accommodation and cultural sightseeing tour in Kathmandu. Flight tickets to and from Lukla, meals, and accommodation for trekking are covered too. We have a very experienced climbing guide and support crew, and all necessary permits for Mera Peak Climbing are covered in our price too.

We have opened a booking for Mera Peak Climbing for 2024. Join our 18-day best Mera Peak Climbing Package for one of the most unforgettable lifetime memories.

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We meet you at the international airport terminal gate on your arrival day. After a short meet and greet, our team will escort you to the hotel. Check in the hotel and take your time to freshen up. There's nothing planned today, so you can stroll in the bustling streets of Thamel later in the evening. 

  • AccommodationHotel
  • Maximum Altitude1,310 m

We have planned a guided sightseeing tour today. For the tour, you visit the Boudhnath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Later, we prepared for the trip. There will be a short briefing season from our climbing guide, and we do the packing in duffel bags. We double-check all the gears and make sure everything is fine.

  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Maximum Altitude1,310 m

After breakfast, fly to Lukla airport. It's a thrilling flight with great mountain views. The trail then heads towards Paiya. We walk through a forest and cross a bridge over Handi Khola. From Surke village, we trek and cross Chutok la pass and descend to Paiya, a small settlement area.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude2,840 m

From Paiya, the trail descends until it reaches a small bridge. Cross the bridge, we ascend to Kari La pass. Further, we walk through a dense forest of bamboo and rhododendron. Enjoying the beautiful views of Dudh Kosi Valley, we trek and reach Panggom.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude2,846 m

The trail from here crosses Panggom La pass and ascends gradually to Ningsow. On the way, we cross Peseng Kharka river and climb to Peseng Kharka danda. Further, we cross the Ningsow river and reach the Ningsow village for a night's stay.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude2,863 m

After an ascent and descent, we walk on an uphill route that leads to Ramailo Danda, which offers stunning views of Mera Peak. After a few ups & downs, we enter the Makalu Barun National Park and walk on the Pasang Lhamu trail to Chhatra Khola. Keep your eyes wide open because you may come across a red panda in the woods while trekking.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude2,800 m

From Chhatra Khola, the trail ascends north and joins the main path to Mera Peak. Following the Majang river, we walk on the route that leads to Hinku Khola. From here, we continue the trek towards Tashing Ongma and pass by a few seasonal tea houses. We then cross a bridge over Sanu Khla and finally reach Kothe.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3,691 m

It's a short trek from Kothe to Thaknak. The trail ascends to the ridge of Hinku Khola. At Gondishung, we pass by a summer settlement, located on the western bank of Hinku Drangka. On the way, we pass by an ancient gompa, which is more than 200 years old. Further, we walk through grazing sites and reach Thaknak.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude4,358 m

The trail from Thaknak follows a moraine of Dig glacier and opens up to Dig Kharka. It's a vast pasture that offers surreal views of Charpate Himal. From here onwards, we ascend through the moraine to the snout of the Hinku Nup and Shar glacier to Khare.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude5,045 m

We take a rest day in Khare and enjoy the snowy views all around us. We hike to some nearby places and return to our lodge. Our team leader will give us pre-climbing training and teach us to use climbing gears. It's an easy day.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude5,045 m

The trail ascends along a steep boulder-strewn path to Mera Peak Base Camp. From here, we follow a rocky trail and cross numerous small crevasses to the Mera Peak High Camp. The high camp offers breathtaking mountain views of Makalu, Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Nuptse, Baruntse, and many others. We spend the night in a tent.

  • AccommodationTented Camp
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude5,780 m

We wake up around 1:00 Am and begin climbing towards the summit of Mera Peak at 6,461 meters. The reason for starting walking towards the summit almost at midnight is to reach the summit on time and avoid strong winds in the afternoon. During climbing, we use ropes, ice axes, and other climbing gears. From the summit, its heavenly views of the Himalayas. We then gradually descend to Khare to spend the night.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude6,476 m

We have an extra day in case we see bad weather or other circumstances and couldn't push to the summit as per the itinerary. If we reach the summit and come back to Kathmandu on time, we'll have an extra day in the city to explore.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Leaving Khare, we descend to Kothe. The trail is the same as back, with stunning mountain landscapes and pastures.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3,600 m

We ascend and descend to Hinku Khola. Further, the trail passes by beautiful chortens and descends to Thuli Kharka. This place is known for fantastic views of mountains all around it.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude4,300 m

We cross Zatrwa La pass. From Thuli Kharka, we ascend along a rugged route and reach the top of the pass that offers outstanding scenery. From here, we descend to Lukla, where we'll spend the night in a comfortable lodge.

  • AccommodationLodge
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude4,600 m

After an early morning, we come back to Kathmandu. It is the last day in Kathmandu, so do if you have anything on your list. Go shopping and eat your heart out in one of the many eateries in Thamel. We meet for the last time over a farewell dinner in the evening today.

  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsBreakfast & Farewell dinner
  • Maximum Altitude1,310 m

As the trip has ended, we will drop you at the airport today as your flight departure time. Make sure to properly pack all of your belongings and do not forget anything in the hotel.

  • MealsBreakfast

This is our standard and recommended itinerary. If this itinerary doesn’t suit to you, we can customize your trip as per your interest and time-frame. Click for Tailor-Made program


Mera Peak Climbing - 18 Days map


  • All grounded transportation as per itinerary by private car
  • Three nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu inclusive breakfast
  • Round flight ticket Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu inclusive domestic airport taxes
  • Your meals in trekking (Breakfast/Lunch and Dinner)
  • One guide and one porter for trekking section assigned for your services and their expenses 
  • One experience climbing guide for climbing section assigned for your services and his meal, salary, insurance, transportation and accommodation
  • Mera Peak Climbing Permit with rope, ice-axe
  • Full board meals and tented camp while climbing Mera Peak
  • Sagarmatha National Park permit and TIMS card
  • Mera Peak climbing map
  • Local fresh fruit
  • First aid kit
  • All government taxes
  • Office service charges 



  • Meals in Kathmandu apart from Breakfast
  • Your travel insurance
  • Your international flight ticket to/from Kathmandu
  • Your personal nature expenses and equipment and medical kit
  • Your personal climbing equipments
  • All kinds of hot and cold drinks and alcoholic beverage
  • Any other expenses not mentioned in Including Section
  • Tipping to field staffs (Tipping is not mandatory but expected)

Dates & Price

Date StatusPrice 
Start DateStart: WednesdayMay 22, 2024End DateEnd: SaturdayJune 08, 2024StatusAvailablePriceUS$2190
Start DateStart: SaturdayMay 25, 2024End DateEnd: TuesdayJune 11, 2024StatusAvailablePriceUS$2190
Start DateStart: WednesdayMay 29, 2024End DateEnd: SaturdayJune 15, 2024StatusAvailablePriceUS$2190

These are our fixed departure dates. The trip starting and ending date are the arrival and departure day to/from Kathmandu. The dates and price are specified for joining group. 
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  • Q1. Can I climb Mera Peak without a guide?

    No, you cannot climb Mera Peak without a guide. The Nepal government does not allow foreign climbers to climb any mountain solo. You have to go through a registered travel company in Nepal.

  • Mera peak climbing is the easiest peak to climb in terms of technical difficulties. The trail is steep and rugged, but no advanced mountaineering is needed.

  • No, Mera peak is not technical but does possess high altitude gain and thin air pressure.

  • Yes, the top of Mera peak offers outstanding views of Everest, including other eight-thousanders like Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Kanchenjunga, and Makalu.

  • You do not need previous mountaineering experience to climb Mera Peak. This peak is beginner-friendly. All you need is prior trekking experience. We also provide basic peak climbing training that will boost your confidence.

  • It takes around three days to reach the summit of Mera Peak from Mera peak base camp. Total the journey is 18 days long combined with arrival/departure too.

  • Climbing any mountain in the Himalayas is dangerous regardless of its difficulty level. Therefore, we climb with experienced guides and well-covered travel insurance. In terms of technical dangers, the Mera peak has less than all peaks.

  • To train for Mera Peak, you have to build your core strength and stamina. Cardio exercise is best with weight training to increase your body endurance. Go on hikes ranging 6 to 7 hours, do lunges, squats, and step aerobics.

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