Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal and a world-class mountain to kick start your climbing journey. Located in the famous Everest region, Mera Peak Climbing 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 in its unbelievable beauty.
Make your dream of climbing a mountain in the Himalayas reality by joining our 18 days Mera Peak Climbing venture. It is an easy, non-technical peak yet stands above 6,000 meters.
Mera Peak lies in the Mahalangur section. It is the highest part of the Himalayas. 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 mountaineers also use Mera Peak as a practice peak and acclimatize before pushing towards eight-thousanders like Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, etc.
Nowadays, hundreds of travelers aim to climb Mera Peak because of the fantastic adventure it offers with 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, but the participants have to be physically strong and have trekked before.
Views during the Mera peak climbing
From the very first day of the journey, the thrilling flight to Lukla from Kathmandu offers stunning aerial views of the Himalayas. If only the views matter, then trust us, this specific venture will not let you down. The trail you'll be following is slightly off-beat and less crowded than the route to EBC. It means you can keep all the views to yourself and enjoy a serene voyage.
The mountain only gets close, and the views better as the elevation rises. The Himalayan mountains like Everest (8,849 m), Mt. Makalu (8,463 m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8,188 m), Charpate Himal (6,770 m), Mt. Nuptse (7,861 m), Mt. Baruntse (7,162 m), etc, are seen throughout the trekking and climbing period. Along with that, you explore the gorgeous Hinku Valley. Then there are views of captivating glaciers, gorges, streams, and waterfalls, along the way to Mera Peak.
Mera peak difficulty
Mera Peak Climbing covers a total of around 125 km. In general, the Mera peak 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 & low oxygen level.
Do not take Mera Peak Climbing 18 days lightly just because of the non-technical position. Many other factors add up to its difficulties. Apart from the climbing part, the trekking trail is rugged and off-beat. You cross Zatra La pass (4,600 m) while returning too.
With proper preparation, guidance, and assistance from your crew members, you can do Mera Peak climbing.
What do we offer?
If you climb with us, you climb with a team of responsible and active climbers. We have numerous years of expertise in organizing climbing expeditions in the Himalayas. Our Sherpa guides are very experienced and summited many peaks & mountains. Similarly, we also offer reasonable Mera peak climbing costs with full support.
Join the best peak climbing in Nepal. We have opened booking for Mera peak climbing 2022/2023. If you have any queries regarding the Mera peak climbing, feel free to send us your questions.
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