Highlights of Mera Peak Climbing
- Walk into hidden areas for Mera Peak climb within complete wilderness
- Scenic Inkhu valley located beyond villages and main trekking trails
- Daily amazing scenery of mountain views within serene environment
- One of highest Nepal Himalaya trekking peaks of less technical challenge
- Enjoy beautiful natural surrounding and climb to the summit of Mera Peak
- Trip Mode: Hotel and local Lodge with camping
- Trek Grade: Moderate to Adventurous walks.
- Climbing Grade: ‘F’ “Facial Easy” (French and Swiss Alpine Climbing Classification Systems).
- Daily walk and climb: Minimum of 04 hrs to maximum – 8 hrs on climb.
- Trek / Climb duration: 13 Nights and 14 Days (Lukla to Lukla)
- Total Trip: 17 Nights and 18 Days (Kathmandu-Kathmandu.
Mera Peak Climbing Overview
Mera Peak Climbing one of the fascinating mountains to climb in whole Himalaya range, although a smaller peak of less technical effort. It was one of the highest trekking peaks of Nepal at the height of 6,461 m / 21,190 ft high. Adventure to Mera Peak Climbing takes you into pure wilderness enclosed by tall mountains of Kusum Kanguru, Peak 43, Naulekh / Kalo Himal with Baruntse towards east.
A great way to spend and experience an adventure around complete tranquility beyond main villages and human settlement on the least explored trails by other trekkers and adventurer due to its remote and isolated location. Mera Peak Climbing a grade of ‘F’ which means “Facial Easy” which leads you towards rocky moraine, snow and glaciers with ice section to reach the summit of Mera Peak of less technical effort climb. However, all climbers require adequate climbing gears and equipment for safe climb and success, the grading used from famous French and Swiss Alpine Climbing Classification Systems which is popular worldwide for alpine climbing of a day or more.
Mera Peak Climb begins on reaching at Lukla after a short scenic flight from Kathmandu and then heading due northeast within the lovely forest of rhododendron and pines with the climb over Naulekh and Kalo Himal that separates Inkhu Valley with broad areas of Dudh-Kosi river. The walk leads to enchanting woodland with grand views of peaks to reach at arid and arctic zone terrain at Mera Peak base camp, where practice and acclimatization days are set to make the climb a great success.
After much preparations, and then heading for the big ascent reaching on top Mera Peak summit facing outmost panorama of mountains with Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Amadablam, Baruntse, and Makalu as far to Kanchenjunga in the east.
We are enjoying great feat on top Mera Peak where return journey leads on the same scenic route to reach Lukla. A panoramic flight back to the hustle and bustle city life of Kathmandu, after a glorious memory and experience on Mera Peak Climb.
Best Seasons for Mera Peak Climb and Trekking
March to May springtime will be the best time when wild-flowers especially the rhododendron (Nepal national flower) in full bloom, which the walk more attractive with beautiful, bright morning till afternoon, with some chances of rains sometimes.
October to December another best months around Autumn/Fall and pre-winter, when most of the days are clear for views and walks but can be much colder and freezing as altitude gains with chances of snow sometimes.
Monsoon is the months from mid-June to mid-September wet rainy seasons, where less number of trekkers venture and some lodge in a mid storm and mid-winter lodge can be close. Sometimes due to the harsh and dank climate which makes the walking trails much harder and slippery, but much greener hills with lush vegetation in wet seasons, choice as per your holiday duration for Nepal and Mera Peak Climb and treks.
Mera Peak Climbing Short Outline Itinerary
- Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu via various airlines and transfer to hotel.
- Day 02: In Kathmandu options for sightseeing tour and trek preparation.
- Day 03: Fly to Lukla 2,820 m (35 mins) and walk to Chutanga 3,015 m – 04 hrs.
- Day 04: Trek to Thuli-Kharka 4,300 m- 06 hrs.
- Day 05: Trek to Kothe 3,600 m – 05 hrs.
- Day 06: Trek to Thangnak 4,356 m – 04 hrs.
- Day 07: Trek to Khare (Mera Peak base camp) 5,045 m – 04 hrs.
- Day 08: At Khare acclimatization day and Pre-Climbing practices exercise.
- Day 09: Climb Mera High Camp 5,780 m / 18,958 ft -04 hrs.
- Day 10: Climb summit of Mera Peak 6,461 m / 21,190 ft and to Khare-08 hrs.
- Day 11: Reserve as Contingency day.
- Day 12: Trek to Kothe via Thangnak -6 hrs.
- Day 13: Trek to Thuli-Kharka – 05 hrs.
- Day 14: To Chutanga via Zatrwala pass 4,610 m last overnight camp – 05 hrs.
- Day 15: Trek to Lukla via – 04 hrs
- Day 16: Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
- Day 17: In Kathmandu for individual activities
- Day 18: International Departure homeward bound to respective countries.