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Duration : 16 days
Availability : March-June & Sept-Nov
Max Altitude : 6,476m
Min Age : 15+
Trip Style : Sightseeing Tour, Peak CLimbing, Nature Walk
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At a staggering altitude of 6,461m in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas, Mera Peak offers unparalleled views of some of the world's most breathtaking mountains, including the mighty
Everest, Makalu, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Cho Oyu.
Before you can enjoy those awe-inspiring vistas, you'll need to embark on a daring and scenic flight to Lukla, home to the world's most dangerous airport. Strap in and get ready for an unforgettable adventure that will test your skills, stamina, and courage.
Discover the Sherpa community and their exceptional way of life amidst the mountains on a daily basis
With its non-technical terrain, Mera Peak is the perfect stepping stone for climbers who are ready to take on more challenging peaks in the future. So why wait? Grab your gear and let's make your dream of climbing a mountain in Nepal a reality!

Overview

Embark on an unforgettable journey and conquer new heights with Accessible Adventure's Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak is a sought-after trekking peak for novice climbers in the Khumbu region of Nepal. Generally, a trekking peak is referred to as a peak requiring less to no technical climbing experience. It serves as an excellent entry point for trekkers looking to venture into the world of mountaineering. At an altitude of 6,461m, the summit of Mera Peak is highly challenging for trekkers prone to altitude sickness. Glacier walking is also possible when you march the peak from the north. The duration of the trek is usually 14-16 days. Hence, a good amount of physical fitness and endurance is highly recommended for the trek.

A panoramic vista of some of the world's highest peaks can be observed from the summit of Mera Peak. From the summit, trekkers can see Mount Everest (8,848 meters), the highest mountain in the world, towering in the distance. To the east, the majestic peaks of Lhotse (8,516 meters), Cho Oyu (8,188 meters), and Makalu (8,485 meters) can be seen, while the peaks of Baruntse (7,129 meters) and Ama Dablam (6,856 meters/22,493 feet) can be seen to the south. Beautiful mountain views from the summit of Mera Peak provide a lifetime of memorable experiences.

The expedition begins with your arrival in Kathmandu and includes a flight to Lukla, followed by a trek to Chutanga. The trail features dense forests, colorful flowers, and lodges that offer eco-friendly accommodations. The trek continues to Thulikharka, where we can enjoy beautiful views of the valley and rest in lodges that offer comfortable accommodations. The journey then moves on to Khote, where we may encounter various animals. The fifth day of the trek takes us from Khote to Thanglang, featuring lush forests, wooden bridges, and stunning views of Charpate Himal. On day six, we will trek from Thanglang to Khare and receive training for climbing, which is followed by a rest day on day seven. On day eight, the journey continues with a trek to Mera Base Camp, featuring spectacular views of Mera Peak and the surrounding mountains. Then we move on to High Camp, where we rest and prepare for the summit climb. The summit climb begins early in the morning of day ten and features challenging terrain and breathtaking views. After reaching the summit, we descend to Khare, and the journey continues to Kothe, Thuli Kharka, and Lukla. The expedition ends with a flight back to Kathmandu and a farewell dinner.

Itinerary

Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, our airport representative will extend a warm welcome and ensure that you feel well taken care of. We'll handle all of your travel needs and assist you with the check-in process at our hotel in Thamel. Since there are no pre-planned activities for the day, you're free to explore the neighborhood at your own pace or simply relax in the comfort of your room.

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Distance
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Time
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Starting the day early in Kathmandu, we fuel up with a delicious breakfast and make necessary arrangements for our journey to the airport, followed by a flight to Lukla. This flight experience itself is an unparalleled adventure, and offers a breathtaking view of the Himalayan landscape. From there, you'll begin your trek to Chutanga, which is approximately a 3-hour walk. The trail leads through dense forests, featuring a variety of trees such as Salla, Katus, and Laligurans. As you make your way uphill, you'll pass by a few houses along the way. The lodges in this area are quite basic, but they offer all kinds of food to cater to your needs.

During the spring season, the trail is adorned with colorful flowers, providing a pleasant atmosphere. Chutanga is a small valley with an excellent view of Lukla airport, visible from the village. The lodges in Chutanga are solar-powered, providing eco-friendly accommodations for trekkers. You may also spot some Langur monkeys in the area, adding to the natural charm of the place. You'll stay overnight at Chutanga before continuing your trek the next day.

On the next day of the trip, after a hearty breakfast, we begin our hike to Thulikharkha. The trek is an uphill climb and takes approximately 4 hours. We'll then trek downhill for about 3 hours until we reach a teahouse where we'll stop for lunch.

After lunch, we'll begin our ascent to Chetra-la pass where the path is decorated with colorful Buddhist prayer flags. The pass offers panoramic views of Chetra La Himal, Kombe range, and the Lukla valley. We'll follow a rocky path to a tea shop, and from there trek downhill for 1.5 hours until we arrive at Thulikharkha.

Thulikharkha has 2-3 lodges where we can rest and enjoy dinner. These lodges are superior to the ones in Chutanga, and are solar-powered. They offer beautiful views of the valley, which you can take in while enjoying your meal. The lodges also offer comfortable accommodations for the night, ensuring a good night's rest before the next day's trek.

As we set out on Day 5, we trek from Thulikharkha to Khote, navigating a narrow road through forests, past beautiful laligurans and nigalo ghari blooms. We'll also find some basic food options after trekking for 3-4 hours through a forest road with tall pine trees. The descent to Khote takes about 1.5 hours. Once we reach Khote, we'll enjoy a delectable dinner, while taking advantage of the available electricity, hot water baths, and excellent wifi connectivity. We'll also get to encounter animals such as thar, musk deer (kasturi), and numerous species of birds along the way.

At Khote, we'll find a checkpost, indicating that we've arrived in a large valley that is powered by hydropower. The accommodations at Khote are superior to those at Thulikharkha, and the food is equally delicious. Before reaching Khote, we'll come across a riverside road, which serves as a junction for various routes.

On the sixth day, we'll trek from Khote to Thanglang after breakfast. This will be a 4-5 hour hike along the beautiful Sanu river, with spectacular views of Charpate Himal on the way. We'll encounter lush forests of pine trees and find tea shops along the trail to rest and refresh.

After a few hours of trekking, we'll reach Thanglang, where we'll enjoy a delicious dinner and spend the night at lodges similar to those at Khote, with excellent services. We'll cross small wooden bridges along the way and be welcomed by a gate at Thanglang, where we'll have the stunning views of Mera peak. It's worth noting that mild altitude sickness symptoms may occur due to the increasing altitude, so we should keep an eye on our health and stay hydrated.

On day seven, we'll trek from Thanglang to Khare, which will take about 3-4 hours of hiking. We'll follow a scenic riverside road and have breathtaking views of Mera Himal and Charpate Himal along the way. We'll stop for lunch and dinner at Khare and prepare for the upcoming climbing experience.

Today marks the beginning of our first rest or acclimatization day on the journey to Khare. It presents us with the opportunity to roam around the charming Khare village. We'll receive training for climbing and a guide will be with us to help us with the process. We'll learn about the basic climbing techniques and how to properly use the climbing rope during our training, which will take around 30 minutes to an hour.

As the sun begins to rise, we have a hearty breakfast at Khare and set off on our hike towards High Camp. The journey takes approximately 5-6 hours, and as we traverse uphill, we are surrounded by awe-inspiring views of the Himalayas. After 2 hours of hiking, we reach a section of the trail that is covered in ice, so we don our crampons and safety belts for added security.

As we continue, we come to a junction where one path leads to Amphu Lapcha Pass and the other to the high camp of Mera Peak. Our destination is the latter, where we will rest for the night in tents. We have packed lunches with us, consisting of chocolate bars, sandwiches, fruit juice, and boiled eggs, to keep us energized.

Upon arriving at High Camp, take in the stunning views around us. However, we must also be mindful of the potential for altitude sickness symptoms to arise, so proper hydration is key. As the night falls, we retire to our tents, ready for the next day's adventure.

On this day, be prepared for a big and grueling hike that will start at midnight, or no later than 2 am. It will be a slow hike that will take more than 12 hours to complete, so you'll need to be prepared for the long haul. The weather will be freezing cold, so make sure to bring warm clothing and a headlight as well. You will also need to carry a packed lunch with you, as you won't be back until late in the day. It's better to climb early to avoid the fast winds that come after 11 am. The steep terrain will depend on the season, so be prepared for anything.

At the break, you will be provided with a packaged breakfast to keep your energy levels up. You will also need to bring your own lunch. During the hike, you'll be rewarded with a panoramic view of the stunning surroundings. Once you reach the summit, you'll be able to enjoy the sight of some of the world's most famous peaks, including Kanchenjunga. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Lhotse Cho-Oyu. Take your time at the top and soak in the beauty of the surroundings for 15-20 minutes.

After the summit, you'll hike back down to base camp where you'll have some much-needed noodle soup. Then, it's back to Khare as you hike downhill. Finally, dinner will be provided at Khare, and you can rest and reflect on the amazing achievement of reaching the summit. It will have been a long and challenging day, but the views and sense of accomplishment will make it all worth it.

Sometimes, the weather conditions may not favor the climb as the sudden change in weather can have a great deal of effect on the climbing trail. The visibility constraints may affect a lot while climbing the mera peak. Also, the view at the top can get affected a lot due to the sudden change in the weather and climate of the region. Hence, it is necessary to consider a day as a reserve day in case of such emergencies. Additional food and supplies may also be required during this time.  

As we continue our trek, we retrace our steps along the same path from Khare to Kothe. Upon arrival at Kothe, we take a moment to revel in our accomplishments and indulge in the local cuisine , savoring the unique flavors and aromas that are distinctive to this region. Our overnight stay in Kothe allows us to rest and rejuvenate our bodies, replenishing our energy for the remainder of our journey.

After having breakfast, we set out on our trek to Thuli Kharka. Our journey begins with a climb followed by a descent, as we cross several tributaries of the Inkhu Khola. Upon reaching a forked trail near Taktho, we take the right path and continue our journey. As we make our way along the trail, we come across a Chorten and then begin our descent on a steep path. Soon after, we begin our ascent to Thuli Kharka, passing yet another Chorten along the way. Our night is spent in Thuli Kharka, as we rest and recharge for the adventures that await us in the coming days.

Upon crossing the Zatrwa-La pass at 4,600 meters, a breathtaking panoramic view of the picturesque Lukla Valley, surrounded by towering Himalayan peaks such as Cho Oyu, Kongde Peak, Number Himal, and Kusum Khangru, greets us warmly. Descending from the pass, we make our way down to Chutang before continuing onward to the vibrant Lukla village. In the evening, we savor a delicious dinner in the heart of the Nepalese Himalayas alongside our supportive and hardworking crew. A restful overnight stay awaits us in Lukla.

With the rising sun, a sense of happiness and fulfillment takes over as we begin our journey from Lukla to Kathmandu. However, we are mindful of the fact that flights from Lukla are often delayed or canceled due to unpredictable weather conditions. Therefore, we must set off early in the morning, as flights usually depart in the morning to avoid inclement weather in the afternoon.

Once we arrive in Kathmandu and settle into our accommodations, we have the rest of the day to ourselves. To make the most of our Nepal trip, we could choose to attend a spa session or embark on a short excursion to explore UNESCO historical sites. Alternatively, we could opt for a leisurely day of relaxation at our hotel.

At night, we retire to our hotel in Kathmandu, reflecting on the incredible journey we have undertaken and cherishing the memories we have made.

 

After a strenuous period of climbing and trekking, it's important to take a break and give your body some much-needed rest. This is where a rest day comes in, allowing you to recuperate before continuing your journey. If you find yourself in need of some pampering, why not indulge in a relaxing massage to help soothe your aching muscles? Alternatively, you could take a leisurely stroll around Thamel, which is known for its bustling markets and array of shops selling souvenirs, handicrafts, and other local treasures.

Another benefit of having a rest day is that it can also serve as a contingency day in case of any unforeseen circumstances, such as flight cancellations or delays due to inclement weather. This can be especially important if you're planning to catch a flight back to Kathmandu, as it can help you avoid any unnecessary stress or complications.

When the trip ends, our airport representative will drop you off at 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  accommodation in deluxe Kathmandu Suite Home or similar hotel in Kathmandu
  • A guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu includes a private vehicle
  • Round-trip flight Kathmandu-Lulkla-Kathmandu, including departure taxes During the peak season, Lukla flights will operate via Ramechhap Airport.
  • 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 Equipment)
  • Best available accommodation in local lodges during the trek and tented accommodation during climb; we provide rooms with private bathrooms and hot showers at  Lukla
  • A government-licensed English-speaking guide during the trek and climb will 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 two passport-size photos for permit.)
  • All government taxes and office service charges

Cost Excludes

  • International airfares and Nepal entry visa.
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu hotel
  • Entrance fees for Kathmandu sightseeing
  • Your travel insurance
  • Personal climbing equipment
  • Nepal Entry Visa (Visa can be acquired easily after your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu with a fee of USD 30 for 15 days, USD 50 for a 30-day visa and USD 125 for 90-day visa)
  • Items of a personal nature, such as alcoholic drinks, hot and cold drinks, laundry, use of WIFI, and hot shower battery charging during the trek,
  • Tips for guides and porters
  • Any other expenses that are not mentioned in our price are included in this section.
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Mera peak Height

 Mera Peak is one of the most popular trekking peaks in Nepal, and it stands at an elevation of 6,476 meters (21,247 feet) above sea level.

Mera Peak is a three-part peak, consisting of Mera North, Mera Central, and Mera South. The highest point is Mera Central, which stands at an elevation of 6,461 meters (21,198 feet) above sea level. Mera North stands at 6,476 meters (21,247 feet) above sea level, and Mera South stands at 6,065 meters (19,898 feet) above sea level.

 

Mera Peak Climbing Cost

The cost of the Mera Peak trek can vary depending on various factors such as the season, the duration of the trek, the size of the group, the level of comfort and services desired, and the inclusions and exclusions.

It is important to note that the cost of a trek typically includes the following:

  • Permits and fees for trekking in the area
  • Accommodation during the trek (usually in basic tea houses or camping)
  • Meals during the trek
  • Local transportation (to and from the starting point of the trek)
  • Services of a guide and porters

Additional costs that may not be included in the cost of the trek are:

  • International flights to and from Nepal
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal expenses such as souvenirs, drinks, and snacks
  • Emergency evacuation or rescue services (if required)

On average, a Mera Peak trek can cost up to USD 2,500 or more. It is advisable to get in touch with to get a more accurate estimate of the cost of the Mera Peak trek.

 

Mera Peak Climbing Difficulty

Nepal has a grading system for trekking peaks that is used to categorize the difficulty level of climbing peaks. The grading system for trekking peaks in Nepal is based on the technical difficulty, altitude, and overall climbing conditions of the peak.

According to the Alpine grading system, Mera Peak is classified as Alpine Grade PD, which implies that it involves a certain degree of technical climbing and glaciers. However, Mera Peak Trek is considered one of the simplest climbing peaks in Nepal. The climb to the summit of Mera Peak involves some technical mountaineering skills, including the use of ropes, crampons, and ice axes. The climb to the summit is typically done in two or three days, with stops at high camps before the final ascent. The ascent to the summit is steep and strenuous with significant altitude gain. Our guides will help you prepare in every way possible to summit the peak safely.

The trek to Mera Peak typically takes about 15 days to complete, with an elevation gain of approximately 4,500 meters (14,764 feet) from Lukla to Mera Peak Base Camp. The trek includes various terrains, including forests, rivers, and valleys, with a gradual ascent to Mera Peak Base Camp.

 

Best Time for Mera Peak  Climbing/ Expedition

The key to a successful climb is choosing the right time to go. Luckily, we've got you covered with all the insider tips on when to go.

For starters, the spring and autumn seasons are the prime time for climbing Mera Peak.

From March to May and from September to November, you can expect stable and clear weather with a lower chance of rain and snow, creating the perfect conditions for climbing and trekking.

During the spring season, the temperatures are mild and comfortable, making it a popular time for outdoor adventures in Nepal.

March can be somewhat cold as the winter has just ended. April can be considered the best time to climb Mera Peak. The weather is very stable and the temperature is warm. The skies are clear with the best views of the 8,000-meter peaks like Everest and Kanchenjunga. The stunning views of the mountains during this time will take your breath away.

In the autumn season, the weather conditions are equally ideal for your Mera Peak expedition. This time is also considered great for trekking and climbing in the Mera Peak region. During September the rain washes all the pollution away from the dusty trail. So, October remains the best time in the Autumn to catch a glimpse of the clear view of the mountains and trek safely in that region. Keep in mind that this is also a popular time of year for trekkers and climbers, so you can expect some company on the trails.

The summer climbing experience at Mera Peak is not popular for many reasons. As the temperature around this time is high, the snowy trails get slippery. It is very hard and dangerous to traverse at these times. A small slip can lead to fatal consequences, the scorching in the sky doesn't help at all. In summer, you can get easily dehydrated and altitude sickness can be even more prevalent. Thus it is not advised to climb Mera Peak in this season. 

As for the winter season, temperatures drop significantly, making it a challenging time for climbing and trekking. Frequent snowfall and cold winds may also block the trails, making it difficult to reach base camp. Similarly, the monsoon season (June to August) brings frequent rain and high humidity, making it less popular for the Mera Peak expedition.

Accommodation During Mera Peak Climbing/ Expedition 

There are a variety of accommodation options available for climbers and trekkers. Along the trail, you'll find teahouses and lodges that offer basic amenities such as clean rooms, shared bathrooms, and simple meals. These accommodations are usually run by local families and provide a great opportunity to experience the local culture and hospitality.

As you near the base camp, the accommodation options become more basic, with simple tented camps providing shelter and meals for climbers. The base camp itself is typically set up with larger tents that offer more space and comfort for climbers to relax and prepare for their ascent.

We will stay six nights in lodges until we reach the high camp of Mera Peak. It includes Chutanga, Thulikharkha, Khote, Thanglang and Khare(2 nights).  After that, we will camp for a day in High camp in tents. We will cover everything required for the camping procedure. After the ascension of the Mera Peak summit, we trace our steps back to the same places. 

We will stay for four nights in lodges until we take the flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. It includes Khare, Kothe, Thuli Kharka and Lukla.

We have our lodging facility named Kathmandu Suite Hotel in the Thamel area of Kathmandu. We will be residing during our tours in the city.

It is possible to access amenities such as hot showers and Wi-Fi, but additional fees will apply.

 

Meals

During the Mera Peak trek, we will provide meals. We must have a quality and balanced diet during our trek. We offer breakfast, lunch and dinner at different places throughout the trek.

A typical breakfast menu will include:

Nepali options: Tibetan Bread, Local  Porridge, and Nepali Tea

Western Options: Oatmeal, Corn Flakes, Toast with Jam, Butter, Eggs and Coffee

Lunch will include the following options:

Nepali options: (Daat, Bhat, and Tarkari), Tibetian Bread with curry, Momo(Dumplings), Chowmein, Thenduk, Thukpa

Western options: Sandwich, Spaghetti, Pasta, and local fruits.

For Dinner:

Nepali options: (Daat, Bhat, and Tarkari), Tibetian Bread with curry, Momo(Dumplings), Chowmein, Thenduk, Thukpa,  Potato Items, Vegetables, Salads

Western options: Sandwich, Spaghetti, Pasta, Curry, Stew and Dessert

It is worth noting that as you move higher up, the availability of foods will shorten. We may be limited to traditional nepali dishes like dal-bhaat and vegetable curry. But don't worry, the dish is highly nutritious and will fuel you up with all macronutrients. You can bring some energy bars and canned items with you as well.

The package does not cover personal expenses such as alcoholic beverages, and tea or coffee purchased at tea houses, lodges, or cafes. 

 

Acclimatization

Mera Peak lies at a high altitude of above 5000m. At this height, we may be susceptible to altitude sickness and its symptoms. It is essential to acclimatize properly throughout the trek.

We have designated 2 days at Khare for the sole purpose of acclimatization. We will also cover basic climbing techniques and gear information at Khare as well. We also recommend that you stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. Additionally, our team will provide guidance on precautionary measures to take to avoid altitude sickness. However, if you do experience severe symptoms, the most effective remedy is to descend immediately. Each team member's overall condition will be assessed by the group leader. Some individuals may be more susceptible to altitude sickness than others, and decisions about the group's ascent will be made accordingly.

 

Safety of the Trek

At Accessible Adventure, we prioritize the safety, security, and satisfaction of all our clients. We take your safety very seriously and will be bringing all the necessary gear, equipment, and first-aid kits for each trip. Additionally, our leaders and guides have received comprehensive First Aid Training to ensure your well-being throughout the journey.

If a trekker becomes sick because of the high altitude, we will carefully evaluate the situation and prioritize everyone's safety.

If there is an emergency, a rescue helicopter will be available to bring you back down to a lower elevation. Throughout the trek, the group will stay together to ensure everyone's safety, and there is no risk of anyone getting lost in the challenging terrain.

 

How to get a visa for Nepal?

Yes, foreign nationals require a visa to visit Nepal. However, there are some exceptions for citizens of certain countries. Here is some information that will help you understand the visa requirements for visiting Nepal:

Visa on Arrival:

Most foreign nationals can obtain a visa on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and at the land border crossings with India and Tibet. The following are the fees for a visa on arrival:
● 15-day visa: USD 30
● 30-day visa: USD 50
● 90-day visa: USD 125

The visa fees are payable in cash in US dollars, Euros, or Nepali Rupees.

Online Visa Application:
Foreign nationals can also apply for a visa online through the Department of Immigration before arriving in Nepal. You will need to fill out the online visa application form and pay the visa fee using a credit or debit card. Once the application is approved, you will receive a visa approval letter, which you must print out and carry with you to Nepal.

Accessible Adventure Hiking Team

Our well-trained and experienced guides will accompany you throughout your trek to ensure an enjoyable and memorable journey. They are all licensed professionals with years of experience trekking and climbing peaks, so you can be confident in their expertise and knowledge.

We understand that you may have heavy luggage, so our porters will carry most of it for you. We assign two people to one porter, and the combined weight of their luggage should not exceed 20 kg. If necessary, we can also arrange for one porter per person to ensure that all your belongings are transported safely and comfortably.

We highly value all of our staff members, who are compensated fairly and provided with insurance, clothing, food, and lodging throughout the trek. If any of our guides or porters become ill or injured, we ensure they receive appropriate medical care.

For Solo Trekking, we can provide an experienced guide with years of experience. We can add nucber of guides if you are willing for it as well.

 

Can I extend my trip?

Once you've finished the trek, you may want to extend your stay in Nepal for a few days. There are numerous stunning and exciting destinations to explore, such as sightseeing in Kathmandu, taking a Nagarkot View Trip, going on a Chitwan Jungle safari, paragliding, rafting, or canoeing before your return flight. You can spend your extra time in Nepal in various exciting ways.

FAQ's

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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