Mera peak Climbing
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Facts of this Trip

The ascent of the Mera peak isn’t technical in comparison to Lobuje east peak, Mt Amadablam, Mt Tutse, Mt. Teng Kang Pouche etc. The view of Nepal’s Himalayan range from the summit of Mera peak is unbelievable and that you never expect before your trip to Mera peak.

Duration 18 Days
Trip Grade Difficult
Max Altitude 6476 M
Trip Type Tea house/ Camping Trek and sightseeing
Accommodation *** Hotel, Teahouse, Camping
Meals Full board on trek and camping
Transportation Private Vehicle and Domestic Flight
Season Feb to May and Sep to Nov
Group Size Minimum 2 pax

Mera Peak Climbing

The summit of the Mera peak is the highest point 6654m among the trekking peak around the himalayan kingdom of Nepal. It’s one of the popular trekking Peak and it’s also known as the basis Mountaineering training peak before to go for the big mountains.

The ascent of the Mera peak isn’t technical in comparison to Lobuje east peak, Mt Amadablam, Mt Tutse, Mt. Teng Kang Pouche etc. The view of Nepal’s Himalayan range from the summit of Mera peak is unbelievable and that you never expect before your trip to Mera peak. You will have views of Mt Makalu, Mt Amadablam, Mt Everest, Mt Cho Oyu, Mt Kanchenjunga, Mt Lhotse, and other superb views. In order to reach on the summit of Mera peak, first of all, you must be physically fit and need to be acclimatized with the Himalayas climate then there is no dough to reach on the summit.

2nd day at Khare is your ice and climbing training days before to attempt Mera Summit. Our expert sherpa guide teaches you about the climbing skills, use of personal climbing gears like ice ax, crampon, climbing boot etc and of course ice walking training as well.

This trek and climb trip is organized on camping accommodation basis and trekking approach/route to Everest base camp is quite than the main Everest trail. We promise you to provide one of the finest services through our honest, hardworking, sincere and experienced sherpa staffs.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival at Kathmandu

At your arrival at a Tribhawn international airport, Kathmandu our representative from Alfresco Adventure Travel wait for you outside at Arrival gate with your Name card. Our team will welcome and collect your baggage at the airport. By formal introduction with the representative and transferred to your hotel. In the evening you will enjoy complimentary welcome dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant with Nepalese cuisine. Overnight at hotel.

Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley and Pre trek and climbing Prepration

After breakfast, the company owner and your trekking guide, supportive staff and sherpa guide will meet you on the hotel and discuss about all programs and coordinate any last-minute arrangements. After the staff meeting, one of our professional tour guides will take you on a sightseeing trip and then back to the hotel. Rest of the day can be used for traveling around Thamel and buying any last minute equipment and other necessities. Overnight at hotel.

Day 3

Fly to Lukla and Trek to Chutenga

Today you will fly to Lukla. It takes a little more than 35 minutes to reach the Lukla Airport. The first day of a trek gets you warmed up for the upcoming days. The trail ascends to the village of Chutenga on the eastern side of Lukla.

Day 4

Trek to Thuli Kharka

You start by hiking uphill to reach Zatrwaog. The route leads directly to the Zatrwa La at 4,600 m. The trail descends an hour taking you to Thuli Kharka.

Day 5

Trek to Mausam Kharka

Today, you trek for about five hours to reach the Mausam Kharka. The path is uneven and leads through the Hinku valley. The trail further descends through the forest with rhododendron, fir and pine trees. And reaches towards Mausam Kharka.

Day 6

Trek to Tangnang

You hike northwards along the west bank of the Hinku Drangka River. The trail is the populated area, and you may find many villages and settlements en route. Upon crossing the villages you arrive at Gondishung which lies at an altitude of 4,350 m. Gondishung has a 200 years old monastery (gompa) beneath the rock overhang. You will call it a day after reaching Tangnang.

Day 7

Acclimatization Day

You spend the day acclimatizing at Tangnang or making a short hike upwards.

Day 8

Trek to Khare

This leg of the trek is fairly easy and you can enjoy more time relishing the sceneries of the surrounding peaks. After some walking and crossing a stream, the trail will lead you to Khare.

Day 9

Acclimatization Day

You spend the day acclimatizing at Khare or making a short hike upwards.

Day 10

Trek to Mera High Camp

The day starts with climbing a riff, and then follow the crest of the steep slope along a zigzag path right to the top. The route leads to the lower tongue of the Mera Glacier in less than two hours. Here you prepare your crampons to climb the 30-35 degree acclivity layered by ice and snow. There are well-marked trails unless in case of fresh snowfall. You walk along the weaving path to reach Mera La and continue for a couple of hours to reach the high camp and rest for the night.

Day 11

Mera Peak Summit and Return to the Base Camp

It’s a Big Day! You start early, basically before the dawn (2 am -5 am). It can take up to six hours to reach the summit. To plain eye, the distance from the campsite to the summit looks very near, however, it’s a long climb up the ridge. Your goal is to reach the summit before the midday and return to lower base camp.

Day 12

Spare Summit Attempt

A spare day is kept if you miss the summit the day before. It’s essential that you wait if the weather condition worsens. Keeping an extra day will ensure you can submit the peak one way or another.

Day 13

Trek to Gothey

You descend down the Hinku valley to stay overnight at Gothey. It’s a short hike. You can spend the day throwing a small party.

Day 14

Trek to Thuli Kharka

You head to Thuli Kharka leaving Gothey. It’s entirely a downhill hike.

Day 15

Trek to Lukla via Zatwar La Pass

The final leg of the trip passes through Zatrwala pass and concedes at Lukla.

Day 16

Fly back to Kathmandu

You will be on an early flight back this morning, on arrival in Kathmandu you will be met and taken to your hotel. Overnight at hotel

Day 17

Day free in Kathmandu:

It's also spare day in case of bad weather in Lukla. If you are interested in continuing on to Chitwan Jungle Safari, River Rafting Adventure, Kathmandu Shopping Tour you can start today. Please read our trip note about Lukla flight below. In the evening we will have a farewell dinner in a traditional Nepalese restaurant with cultural performances. (Your guide(s) and an office staff will accompany you). Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 18

Final Depature

Today is your last day with us in Nepal. You will escort to the airport for your onward destination with the unforgettable moment of your life from the wonderful Mera peak climb. Our office representative Alfresco Adventure Travel came at your hotel for pick up and drop you at the airport. for your onward journey.

Price & Dates

Upcoming Fixed Departure Date and Offer Price.


Trip Cost Includes

  • Arrival and Departure by comfortable Private vehicle
  • Kathmandu- Lukla - Kathmandu domestic air ticket
  • All necessary paperwork, trekking permits and climbing permit (National Park Permit, TIMS)
  • 3 star accommodation in Kathmandu on BB plan (with breakfast)
  • Teahouse and camping accommodation during the trek and peak climbing (Include breakfast, lunch, Dinner)
  • Welcome and Farewell dinner in typical Nepal restaurant with Nepal food
  • All land transportation is arrange as pre the itinerary in a comfortable vehicle
  • City tour in Kathmandu with export tourist guide by private vehicle
  • All entrance fees and government and local charges for sightseeing/monument visits as per the itinerary
  • Duffel Bag
  • Climbers’ Certificate (Issued by Government)
  • An arrangement of Rescue/Medical Helicopter service; covered by your Insurance agency.
  • An experienced English spoken and government certified trekking leader, climbing guide and assistant trek leader or guide
  • Potter service (2 trekkers = 1 porter)
  • Staff cost including their salary, insurance and allowance
  • Medical kit (carried by your trek leader or guide)

Group Climbing Gear- We Provide

  • Rope, Harness, Ice-axe, Carabineers, Crampons
  • F-8, Jumper, Helmet, Ice-Bar, and Ice-screw, Climbing permit
  • Tent, foam mattress, sleeping bags, PAC

Trip Cost Exclude

  • Nepalese visa fee
  • Excess baggage charge
  • Your travel insurance
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu (because of early arrival, late departure or early return from your trip due to any reason)
  • Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu
  • International flight
  • Personal Belong items
  • Personal expenses, shopping, Beverage bills and so on.
  • Tips for staffs

Useful Info

Useful information

Frequently Asked Questions.

How many hours do we walk during the trek?
During trekking, approximately you walk around 5 to 6 hours a day.
What level of physical fitness do I need for this trip? Do we need any climbing training for this trip?
Climbing requires physical fitness and also technical knowledge of rock climbing as it belongs most adventurous and enormous snow uphill. Any person suffering from a pre-existing medical condition or diseases must seek medical advice before considering this trek. Whilst on the trek, it is common to experience some discomfort before being fully acclimatized.
Where do we stay on the mountain? Do we need to bring a tent and mat?
Most of our trip days, our accommodation in the local guest house where we have a good facility for food and seeping. During the climbing days, it will be tented camp accommodation, so the necessary camping gears are all inclusive in the package. So you do not really need to bring them.
What kind of equipment do we need for the climbing?
You need Ice Axe, Crampons, Harness, 2 x Tape slings, 2 x Screw gate Karabiners, Descender/ Abseil Device, Prussic Loops & Plastic Mountaineering Boots along with Down Sleeping Bag, Down Jacket, Long sleeved shirt, Jumper or fleecy jacket, T-shirts, Trekking shoes or boots, Comfy shoes for around the camp, Polypropylene/wool socks, Light cotton socks for under wool socks, Rucksack, Sun hat, Woolen hat, Gloves, Sunblock, lip balm , Goggles or sunglasses, Long underwear, Thermal wear, Insulated pants Nylon windbreaker, Nylon wind pants, Water bottle, Sewing kit, Medical & first aid kit, Flashlight, Batteries and bulbs, Swiss army knife, Towel, and toiletries etc.
Can we buy or rent that equipment in Nepal?
You can rent Sleeping bag and down jacket in Kathmandu. Other equipment you can buy here for the fairly cheaper price.
How many porters and guide are for the trip?
An English speaking guide will be provided for up to 6 people, whereas a porter will carry of 2 person`s luggage. And a climbing guide will take you for the climbing.
Is there any weight limit for the porter?
A porter carries a maximum 20 K.G of luggage. In our package, a porter is provided for two members. In this case, you have to combine your luggage not to be more than 20 K.G.
What kind of food is provided during the trip?
You can select any item from the menu, as the tea houses offer Nepali and continental food along the way.
I am a vegetarian, can I have vegetarian food?
Yes, you can select any veg item from the menu.

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Starting Price
2370 USD
Offer Price
2290 USD USD

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