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Duration : 17 days
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Max Altitude: 6,476m
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Mera Peak Climbing is an easy, non-technical climb, ideal for novice climbers who wish to climb their first mountain in Nepal
Remarkable views of Kangchenjunga, Makalu, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu chhar pateyhhimal Baruntse and many other mountains.
Scenic flight to Kathmandu to Lukla.
Summit to highest trekking peak, – Mera Peak (6,461m)

Overview

Mera peak is the highest peak in Nepal considered being a “trekking” peak. Requiring very little technical mountain climbing experience it is a great gateway mountain into the world of mountaineering. Even though it is considered a trekking peak, at an altitude of 6654m, it is still quite a challenge though and you will need to be physically fit in order to undertake this nearly 17-day trek.

Considered to be one of the most amazing and breathtaking activities that can be done by a novice mountain climber, it is an unforgettable experience that will take you through the Hinku valley in the Khumbu region. The panoramic views of the many mountain ranges including the famous Malalangur massif that can be seen from the top of the mountain are simply amazing. Majestic and massive peaks like Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Cho You and much more can be seen towering right next to the Mera peak.

Accessible Adventures provides one of the highest quality services to work together with you and our experienced climbing guides to make an itinerary and plan to make your attempt at summiting Mera Peak successful. Acclimatization days and proper training and guidance will be required in order for you to summit successfully and we will take everything into account to make your experience the most hassle free.

The trek begins after a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla from where we trek up to the village of Chhuthang on the same day. Staying in Chhuthang overnight, we leave for Thuli Kharka via the captivating Zatrawala pass. Thuli Kharka lies at an altitude of 4300m and for a few days, we will be staying around this altitude to acclimatize. From Thuli Kharka the trek runs towards Kothe where we will stay overnight. After a refreshing night at the beautiful village of Kothe, we will leave at daybreak to reach Thangnak which sits at around 4326m altitude.

After spending a night in Thangnak, the village of Khare is our next destination. At Khare we see the beautiful Mera Peak standing tall in the distance. Two nights in total will be spent in Khare for acclimatization purposes where short hikes around the village will help you get used to the thin air. At Khare, basic introduction to using climbing tools will be given to you at Khare.

From Khare, the next destination is the Mera Peak base camp which lies at an altitude of 5300m. On the way to the top is the Mera High Camp  at an altitude of 5700m and of course the summit at 6476m   While most treks in the itinerary last around 6-8 hours, the next stretch of the hike from the high camp to the summit and back will take you a gruesome 8-9 hours depending on the pace of your climb. From the summit, we take in spectacular views of the mighty Himalayas including Mt. Everest (8,848m), Cho-Oyu (8,210m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m), Kangchenjunga (8,586m), Nuptse (7,855m), Chamlang (7,319m), Baruntse (7 ,129m) and others.

After sumitting the Peak, Khare wll be our rest location providing warmth and good food. From Khare we go back to Kothe and breeze through the village to Thuli Kharke. After staying at Thuli Kharke we make our way to Lukla via the same Zatrwa La pass. From Lukla the trek ends as we take a flight back to Kathmandu.

Best time to climb Mera peak


On-seasons are instances when you can begin the Mera Peak Climb without much consideration or concern. On-seasons sometimes referred to as the best or peak periods, are when everything is ideal: steady weather, warm temperatures, no rain, and no abrupt changes in the weather. Autumn and spring are the two finest seasons of the year since they have all of the aforementioned qualities. Let's take a moment to truly experience each season to learn more about it.
Autumn
When someone asks when is the ideal season to climb Mera Peak, autumn should be at the top of the list. This is due to the fact that it is the most secure, fun, and alluring period in Nepal for any type of adventure activity. When the months of September, October, and November arrive on the calendar, autumn has arrived in Nepal's environs.

Spring

When it comes to the ideal season to climb Mera Peak, spring is without a doubt just as fantastic as autumn. We don't say this lightly, but springtime conditions are remarkably similar to those of autumn. During the Spring season, both the weather and the temperature—which is warm enough for climbing—remain constant. Additionally, the vista is surrounded by lush foliage and blooming flowers. Nepal experiences a continuous spring from March through May.

Energies that encourage you to ascend

From Mera Peak's peak, you can see Mount Everest, Mount Cho Oyu, Mount Makalu, Mount Lhotse, live Himalayan glaciers, and rough canyons. The unforgettable hike to the base camp of Mera Peak mixed with the breathtaking, infinite Himalayan ranges will infuse the experience with new vigor.

Similar to how sights of stunning scenery, strolling beside the water and observing various species can linger eternally in your memories after days of arduous traveling through impenetrable forests. You might consider this journey up Mera Peak as the first step in a lengthy career as a mountaineer. It might be useful to measure the most difficult and technical mountains, such as Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Dhaulagiri, and even Mt. Annapurna 1, to gain experience.
This Mera Peak itinerary was created to give you the greatest possible experience of trekking in the Khumbu region and climbing one of the area's most popular peaks. Mera mountain has the advantage of being technically easier to climb than any other hiking peak. Yet peak climbing is inherently more physically taxing than accompanying hiking. For climbing Mera Peak, previous climbing experience is a benefit.
To utilize the climbing tools and equipment, a great deal of knowledge is needed. You may experience the rush as you obtain one of life's most uncommon experiences under the safe and reliable supervision of our certified Sherpa guides, who were born and raised in the high Himalayas. Feel free to discuss your health issues, including any anxiety you may be having, as well as the desire to acclimate.

The hiking route and summit to Mera peak


Climbing Mera Peak is a stunning climbing adventure that brings you to Nepal's Khumbu area. The ascent takes a different route to Mera Base Camp following a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Although there is a fast route to the base camp through the Zatrwa La pass, we choose the longer route so that we may acclimate before the ascent. From Lukla, we move south to enter the Hinku valley.

The trail has a lot of charm, and you can immediately see mountains, valleys, glaciers, and rugged landscapes. The route then makes its way back to Zatrwa La pass. Then, at a height of 4600 meters, we cross the mountain and go in the direction of the Mera Base Camp. We go to the summit of the Mera mountain from the base camp as directed by our climbing leader. True inspiration is found along the way to the summit.

The Difficulty of the  Mera Peak trekking


One of the highest climbing peaks in Nepal is Mera Peak, at 6476 meters. It is a great way to get started with high-altitude climbing as well as a warm-up climb before going on mountain expeditions. Compared to other mountain hikes, Mera Peak is not as challenging to ascend. However, a number of challenges can make the ascent difficult.
Mera Peak's ascent acts as a practice run for actual climbing expeditions. Before attempting to climb heights higher than 8,000 meters, many hikers chose this peak. In the foothills of massive mountains like Everest, Lobuche, Cho Oyu, and others, ascending to Mera Peak is a challenging hike. It's easier to reach this top than others. Nevertheless, a lot may go wrong throughout your ascent and stroll.
Due to the high altitude, there is a high chance of being sick or hurt when hiking, or you may need to wait a few more days to reach the top because of bad weather. Mera Peak experiences erratic weather. Nobody can predict when a clear morning will give way to ominous clouds and thunderstorms. In the face of these unpredictable weather conditions, you must be robust.
The journey to Mera's top includes both a journey and an ascent. While most of the route is a walk, the last ascent to the summit is a climb. Despite being a straightforward ascent, the Mera peak is physically demanding. You have to cross glaciers, snow-covered ground, and other obstacles.

Mera Peak Distance

Regardless of the route you choose, Mera Peak may be reached in as little as 125 kilometers of journey time. The slopes and ascents of the Mera Peak trip are difficult, snowy, and rocky. It is difficult to go such a long distance on such difficult terrain. As a result, the distance is one of the difficulties in climbing Mera Peak.

Itinerary

As you begin to see the Himalayan zone from the air, we will be waiting for your arrival at the Tribhuwan International Airport. You can recognize our office representative as he will be holding our company name card. He will then shift you to your hotel and assist you in check-in. You can freshen up and rest a while after a long flight. Later, you spend the remaining time exploring the outskirts of Thamel and do some shopping. In the evening, you will meet your guide for a briefing of the upcoming program Overnight at a hotel. No meals included.

Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal which holds numerous ancient temples, old arts, and heritage sites. The Kathmandu city tour is the experience you would not want to miss while in Nepal. There are 7 world heritage sites in Kathmandu city that includes Swayambhunath Stupa, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, and more. All these sites carry a lot of cultural significance that traces back to an ancient civilization and are definitely worth visiting. However, you will visit 3 to 4 places out of all, for a tour, as visiting all sites is not possible in a single day. Overnight at the hotel inclusive breakfast

We set a packed breakfast at the hotel as we have to leave the hotel early in the morning around 4:45 or 5:00 AM, we take the short but spectacular flight to Lukla where we meet up with our crew, we then begin walking for 4 to 5 hours due east from Lukla, passing through a number of tiny hamlets before entering the thick forest on the hillside below the Kalo Himal Ridge and be careful to stay with the group & avoid straying in this section as there are many trails leading away from the main path, there are many streams with numerous places for the first camp, all of which are loosely referred to as ChutangaO vernight at a guesthouse. Breakfast included

Today will be the first steep and strenuous climb of our journey to Mera Peak. After our breakfast at Chutanga, we will head for Thuli Kharka. We will put all our effort to reach the top of Zatrawala Pass (4,600m). Upon reaching the top, we can enjoy the panoramic views of Karyolang Peak, Kongdi Ri, Lumding Himal, Number Himal, and many more surrounding peaks. We will then descend for 1 to 2 hours to Thuli Kharka through Chattre traversing through pasture lands. We can see Yaks grazing over such a gorgeous terrain, which is an iconic and incredible view. As we get more of such views, the last trekking hours will be delightful and finally, we reach Thuli Kharka, which is a big pasture with several basic yet optimal tea houses Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast included.

Leaving Thaknak, we follow the lateral moraine of Dig Glacier to Dig Kharka, which offers spectacular views of Charpate Himal. The trail climbs through moraines to the snout of the Hinku Nup and Shar glaciers, and then climbs more steeply to Khare. From here, we can see the northern face of Mera Peak which will be an amazing experience. After lunch we can hike in and around Khare Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast included.

We climb up the Hinku Valley. The ascent is mostly gradual, so we won’t have a hard time. The trails is a blend of rocky landscape and green grazing fields which are used by the yaks in summers. We will be on the left side of the Hinku Khola. From the trails, we will be able to observe all three peaks of Mera (North, Central and South). On our way, we will pass by 200-year-old Lungsamba Monastery. Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

Leaving Thaknak, we follow the lateral moraine of Dig Glacier to Dig Kharka, which offers spectacular views of Charpate Himal. The trail climbs through moraines to the snout of the Hinku Nup and Shar glaciers, and then climbs more steeply to Khare. From here, we can see the northern face of Mera Peak which will be an amazing experience. After lunch we can hike in and around Khare Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

We have a separate day set aside solely for acclimatization and basic training just to prepare ourselves better for the Mera Peak climb. Our climbing leader will help us polish our basic climbing techniques and demonstrate the best ways to use our climbing gears like the ice axe, harness, ascender climbing boots and crampons. The training will also include learning the best climbing technique with the rope.Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

We walk through a boulder-strewn course on a steep trail to reach the Mera Peak Base Camp. From here, we continue further through the Mera La pass to reach the Mera High Camp. Our path is along a rocky trail, which can be hazardous if it has recently snowed, as there are a number of crevasses here. We make our way to the top of the rock band, which is marked by a large cairn. Then we set up a high camp while enjoying excellent views of Mt. Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, the south face of Lhotse, Nuptse, Chamlang and Baruntse Overnight at a tented camp. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

This is a really important day for the expedition. We wake up around 2 in the morning for breakfast. It’s going to be very cold in the beginning but soon we warm up as we continue up the glacier and onto a peculiar ridge. The first rays of the sun hit the big peaks in an amazing red glow. The route is still non-technical as we slowly climb higher into the ever-thinning air. The slope steepens for a section behind the ridge and the summit comes back into view. At the foot of the final steep summit cone, we may use a fixed rope if the climbing leader believes it’s required. The summit is only a few meters away. From the summit, we take in spectacular views of the mighty Himalayas including Mt. Everest (8,848m), Cho-Oyu (8,210m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m), Kangchenjunga (8,586m), Nuptse (7,855m), Chamlang (7,319m), Baruntse (7 ,129m) and others. Later, we retrace our steps back to the high camp where we rest for a while before descending to Khare.Overnight stay at Guesthouse, breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

This day in the itinerary is separated as a spare day. The weather at mountains cannot be predicted as it might change in every other day. In case of extremely bad weather on Day 14, you can summit the peak on this day. However, the weather might work in our favour most of the times. In such cases, you can continue to trek and utilize this day to rest or to relax yourself anywhere in the trail or at Lukla which offers a lot of good restaurants, bars, bakeries, etc. Lukla has many good places to hangout. All the trekkers and climbers celebrate the success and end of their trip in Lukla. Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

After our successful Mera Peak Summit, it is time to head back for Kothe. Before reaching Kothe, we will pass through Thangnak, the same place where we spent overnight. However, we don’t need to stay here as we can easily reach Kothe within 3-4 hours of the trek as the trail is downhill and mostly down sloped. As we lose the altitude, we again pass through Rhododendron, Oak, and Pine trees which is a wonderful experience Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

We begin our trek to Thuli Kharka after breakfast. We climb up and descend, cross several tributaries of the Inkhu Khola before reaching a forked trail nearby Taktho. We choose the trail on our right and continue walking. Our trail passes by a Chorten after which we walk downhill on a steep trail. Next, we ascend to Thuli Kharka and pass by another Chorten on the way Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

 

We cross the Zatrwa-La pass at 4,600. As soon as we cross the pass, we are welcomed by the sight of the beautiful Lukla Valley which is surrounded by Cho Oyu, Kongde Peak, Numbur Himal, Kusum Khangru and other Himalayan peaks. From Zatrwa La pass we walk all the way down to Chutang and then straight forward to the Lukla village. In the evening we enjoy dinner in the Himalayas of Nepal with our crew. Overnight in Lukla.Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

Today, we walk downhill all the way to Lukla. We pass the forests of fir, rhododendron, oak, juniper and local vegetation enjoying the views of Numbur Himal, Kongdi RI, Karyolang peak, etc. Overnight stay at Guesthouse, breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.

It’s a spare day in case of bad weather in Lukla or if you are interested in continuing to Chitwan Jungle Safari, River Rafting Adventure, Kathmandu Shopping Tour or Scenic Everest Flight. 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 a hotel in Kathmandu. Breakfast and farewell dinner included

The trip ends, our Airport Representative will drop you to the Kathmandu international airport for your flight departure from Nepal. Breakfast included.

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Cost Includes

  • Airport and hotel transfers as per itinerary in private vehicle
  • Four nights twin sharing accommodation in deluxe Kathmandu Suite Home or similar hotel in Kathmandu
  • Guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu including and private vehicle
  • Round trip flight Kathmandu – Lukla– Kathmandu including departure taxes
  • Full board meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek and climb
  • Group Climbing Equipment (Climbing Rope, Ice Screw, Snow Bar, Ice Hammer, Camping Tents, and Kitchen Equipments)
  • Best available accommodation in local lodges during the trek and tented accommodation during climb; we provide rooms with private bathrooms and hot shower at  Lukla
  • Government licensed holder English speaking guide during the trek and climb, require porter (1 porter between two clients) and their food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and insurance
  • T-shirt, trekking map, and trip achievement certificate
  • First aid medical kit
  • Mera peak climbing Permit, National Park Permits (Please bring 2 passport size photos for permit)
  • All government taxes & office service charge

Cost Excludes

  • International airfares and Nepal entry visa.
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu hotel
  • Entrance fees for Kathmandu sightseeing.
  • Your Travel Insurance.
  • Personal climbing equipments.
  • Items of a personal nature such as alcoholic drinks, hot and cold drinks, laundry, use of WIFI, hot shower battery charging during the trek.
  • Tips for guides and porters
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned in our price include section.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How can I get a visa to summit Mera Peak?
View this page: http://www.nepembassy.org.uk/visa.php
The majority of nations may get a visa when they arrive in Nepal. However, if you forget to bring extra passport photographs, the procedure might take a while longer. For visits longer than 30 days, you must either arrange for a visa extension before entering Nepal or get a visa before entering the Himalayas. This should be something that your hotel or hiking outfitter can arrange for you. However, doing so will require you to leave your passport there while you are there.

What vaccines are necessary before entering Nepal to climb the Mera Peak?
As a rule, children are required to receive the following vaccinations: Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio, Measles, Mumps, Hepatitis A, and Rubella.

  • If you interact often with the community, TB and meningococcal meningitis are advised.
  • Healthcare personnel should get hepatitis B vaccinations.
  • It's advised to get rabies. However, it does not offer full protection, necessitating the continued need for immediate medical intervention.
  • It is advised to get Japanese Encephalitis vaccination if you want to stay in rural regions for longer than three weeks, especially after nightfall when infection risk is highest.
  • For older travelers, influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations are advised.
  • If you want to visit lowlands and rainforest regions, malaria treatment is advised.

See Nepal International Clinic and Travel Medicine Center sides for the most recent recommendations on immunizations.

How much does climbing Mera Peak cost?
Because the cost of a permit depends on the season, the cost to climb Mera Peak fluctuates according to that season. The cost also varies depending on the party size, duration of the itinerary, and mode of transportation. If you are traveling alone, the single supplement will cost you more than in a group. The cost is determined by the itinerary.
You are responsible for your own food in Kathmandu. You are provided with a porter/guide from and to Lukla, who carries 10–12 kg for you and leads you there. After reaching the top, your package returns you to Khare from Mera Base Camp. Regarding cost information, please see the inclusions and exclusions. 

How challenging is climbing Mera Peak?
Although the ascent of Mera Peak is neither particularly difficult nor technically difficult, the climb is difficult due to the high altitude, which reaches 6461 meters at the top. The ascent to Mera mountain is simple compared to other hiking peaks in Nepal. The majority of the climb is using crampons and an ice axe to navigate a glacier while maintaining a moderate degree of steepness. The last part of the climb requires using an ascender/jumar on a fixed rope to climb a snow dome at a 5° slant.

What is the altitude of Mera peak?
The greatest challenge of ascending Mera Peak is its high altitude, and most climbers return from the summit after suffering from altitude sickness. At 6461 meters, the oxygen content is around 47%, and climbers try the peak without using supplemental oxygen, which makes it a significant challenge. Any 6000m summit has challenges and risks, thus one should be well-prepared and trained before attempting it. If given access to a carefully planned route, suitable acclimatization, a backup day, and training, the danger associated with the climb can be reduced.

We advise against limiting your schedule since doing so might cause you to acquire altitude more quickly. Follow a slow, deliberate approach up the mountain to give your body more time to adjust to the rising altitude.

What is the experience required to climb Mera Peak?
Before registering for the Mera peak climb, it is useful and advised to have prior experience with high-altitude hiking. Anyone who has hiked to the base camp of Mount Everest or Kilimanjaro will likely be in good shape for the ascent. Since Mera Peak Climb does not entail much technical climbing, it will be beneficial to have previously completed a high-altitude hike.

A short introduction to the climbing skills course will be very helpful. To master the fundamental mountaineering abilities needed for the climb during the trip itself, most guides provide a climbing course in Khare prior to the climb.
Anyone can try Mera whether they want to complete their first Himalayan climb or just want to get some mountaineering experience. Additionally, you must be physically fit because the voyage will take you through some of the most inhospitable regions of the earth.

Is Mera Peak Trek a trek or a climb?
Although it is a climb, don't let that deter you if you don't consider yourself a climber. For trekkers looking for a simple start to mountaineering, this is a nice peak to choose from. The majority of the ascent entails climbing a glacier on foot while using an ice axe and crampons. The Mera Glacier's base offers several opportunities to become proficient in these. A 30-meter ascent of a 60° snow dome using a fixed rope and jumar is typically required to reach Mera Central, the mountain's most popular summit, even though there is a hiking peak at 6431 meters that requires nothing more than this. This depends on the snow conditions

What mountain should you climb before trying Mera Peak?
Anyone who has scaled Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain at 5895 meters, should feel prepared to attempt Mera Peak. On the walk, they will have gained expertise with high altitude and rough camping. Although I've already stated it, Mera itself is a great place to get the essential technical abilities. A one-week course that covers an introduction to alpine climbing techniques would also be a great preparation.

What's the best way to trek into Mera Peak?
Many tour companies fly into Lukla and then drive their customers directly to Tangnag, which is at the base of Mera Peak, through the 4610-meter Zatr La pass. However, this is a difficult way to begin the journey. Lukla is just 2800 meters above sea level, so going directly over the pass from there would involve a potentially steep ascent for hikers who may not have experienced high altitude previously. Many of these tour guides instead take their customers up the congested Everest path to Namche Bazaar as compensation for this and to allow them time to acclimate. This is a chance that was lost. A further route to Tangnag may be taken south of Lukla by hiking through the secluded and stunning Hinku valley, past rhododendron and bamboo forests, up to grassland moorland, and along high mountain paths. Many people will find that this amazing walk is just as unforgettable as the climb itself. Once you have ascended Mera, you may always turn around and return by the Zatr La.

Which of Mera North and Mera Central is the actual summit?
The fact that almost all tour companies don't actually take their customers to the genuine peak of Mera Peak may surprise you the most. They will very certainly climb the 6461m Mera Central, but the genuine top, the 6476m Mera North, is far less frequently reached. Why they do this is unknown. 
The reason Mera North is simpler to climb and less steep than Mera Central may be that the slopes appear to be more prone to avalanches, making them a better choice for more experienced climbers who move more swiftly and are proficient with techniques like ice axe arrest. Expect to not find any significant commercial climbers on Mera North. To do this, you will need to choose a reputable trekking company to handle the logistics while you go on your own.

Can I see Everest from the Mera Peak summit?
In fact, five of the six tallest mountains on Earth may be seen on a clear day. Cho Oyu (8201m), Lhotse (8516m), Everest (8848m), and Makalu (8463m) are all nearby peaks, as is Kangchenjunga (8586m), which is located far to the east on the Indian border. You can only see K2 (8611m), which is located in faraway Pakistan. You won't ever forget this vista since it is so unforgettable.

When ought I to ascend Mera Peak?
Late April, May, late September, late October, and late November are the best months to climb Mera Peak. The ideal months to climb on Mera Peak, according to our experience, are often May and October. You must be prepared for cooler weather if you want to climb in late March, early April, or late October into November. In any of these months, snow is possible. As a result, you will need to modify your equipment and clothing to accommodate the cooler temperatures you will experience while climbing Mera Peak.

What is Mera peak's elevation?
With a height of 6,476 meters, Mera Mountain is the highest trekking peak. With one of the most accessible summits in the world, Mera Peak continues to entice climbers from all over the world with its straightforward ascent route. It is unquestionably grand, imposing, and alluring by nature.

What is the ideal route to climb Mera Peak?
Please review our schedule. Before ascending to the high camp at 5,800 meters (19,028 feet) and the summit at 6,476 meters (21,246 feet), we have 13 days to acclimate. The schedule for acclimatization should not be underestimated. Base Camp is often skipped by teams climbing Mera Peak, which is not a wise strategy. Yes, you may decrease costs by skipping days, and you'll see a range of trip costs. This may not always be the greatest choice for your safety or your chances of making the climb, though.
Select a high-quality acclimatization schedule, please. An itinerary that spends three nights in Khare, India, at an elevation of 4,950 meters (16,240 feet), followed by high-quality training, is what you desire. In case the summit day is postponed due to bad weather, we also have extra days in reserve. You have the best chance possible of climbing Mera Peak safely and successfully with the help of all these factors. The staff and timetable are in place, so we can do this.

Who first scaled Mera Peak?
During a tour of the Hinku and Hongu valleys in 1953, British Army officer Jim Roberts—known as the founder of modern trekking in Nepal—and his Sherpa Sen Tenzing became the first to summit Mera Central. The French climbers Marcel Jolly, G. Baus, and L. Honills, who ascended Mera North in 1975, have the distinction of being the first to reach the real summit.

How can I choose the best time to climb Mera Peak?
As was already said, the time you choose to climb a mountain does have a significant impact on your chances of success. Make research and choose a time that has the best weather and conditions. There must not be any risk of snowfall or rain throughout your selected season. Instead, the season ought to feature pleasant temperatures, bright skies, and days with good visibility. With a high success rate, climbing Mera Peak during this time of year is much simpler. And in Autumn and Spring, we observe that type of ideal moment. Choose one of them, then be ready to start climbing Mera Peak.

Is my mera peak summit departure guaranteed?
In a word, yeah! The operation of our scheduled journeys is generally ensured. If other hikers decide not to go, you will still go on your walk. This is how Himalayan Glacier differs from other tour operators that frequently cancel their entire trip a month or even a week prior to the departure date. We are a custom business, thus the number of participants has no bearing on how we operate. If your operator has canceled your trip and you are under pressure to make a decision at the last minute, don't forget to contact us. Feel free to reserve your stress-free vacations with us.
Our journeys are 100% guaranteed to go forward unless there is an uncontrollable scenario, such as a political uprising, natural disaster, disease, pandemic, or weather disaster.

 What should I bring for the Mera Peak Summit? (mera peak kit list)
Mera Peak is referred to as a "trekking peak," however due to the last lap's climbing component, it also calls for considerable mountaineering expertise and gear. For the ascent of Mera Peak to be successful, the proper gear and equipment are essential. The following equipment and supplies are advised for climbing Mera Peak:

Waterproof Duffel Bag (Provided by Accessible Adventure)

  • 40L Backpack (daypack)
  • Shirts and t-shirts
  • Set of thermals (tops & bottoms)
  • Fleece Jacket
  • Shell Rain Jacket
  • Down Jacket
  • Lightweight hiking trousers
  • Waterproof/Windproof pants
  • Socks
  • Buff
  • Sun hat & sunglasses
  • Gloves & Mittens
  • Hiking boots
  • Mountain climbing boots
  • Flip flops and slippers
  • Sleeping bag
  • Water bottles
  • Sun cream & lip balm
  • Gaiters
  • Personal toiletries
  • Trekking pole
  • Scarf & warm hat

In addition to the usual goods, you would pack for a typical trekking trip in Nepal, read on to learn about additional necessary peak climbing gear and become familiar with the kits you will be bringing on the trip.

 

MEALS AND ACCOMMODATION

Your lodging while in Kathmandu is in a 3-star hotel (Arrival time and departure time). When available, you will be accommodated in the best local lodges and guest houses. The lodges in the mountains are tidy and feature cozy beds. The Lodges are rather simple, with only one small room that has twin beds. Usually, blankets are given. There is a sizable eating area that is heated and equipped with a chimney duct where a log fire is lit.
A large component of the holiday is eating. When you travel with the Accessible Adventure Team, you get to sample a wide variety of delicious local dishes as well as Italian, Thai, Chinese, and Nepalese cuisine. The full board will be provided during the hike, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as tea and coffee, all included in the price. During your excursions, your guide will recommend delectable, hygienic special meals. The most popular menu items are often Nepalese dishes (Dal Bhat), Tibetan fried bread, different kinds of soups, Momos (steamed dumplings), boiled and fried potatoes, varieties of pasta, and even pizza. Overall, the food options on the walk are diverse. You often have breakfast and supper at the same guest house while on the Mera Peak Trek.

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