Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak ClimbingAt 6476 metres/21,246 feet, Mera Peak lies in the heart of the Himalayan Giants of Nepal and is considered the highest trekking peak in Nepal. Our expedition offers an opportunity to climb this fun and easier 6500 metre/21,000 foot peak, located in a more remote area of the Khumbu region in Nepal in a relatively short amount of time. The summit affords some of the best views of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu that can be seen anywhere in the Himalaya.We teach you everything you need to know about climbing during the trip to safely ascend this fun and higher trekking peak Mera Peak could qualify you for Cho Oyu and if you do well on the spring trip, you could transfer to our Cho Oyu expedition directly.Our proposed schedule allows for a careful and safe ascent, as well as rest days along the trek.The style of climbing is cautious and well-timed, with excellent leadership, organization, Sherpa climbers, `walkie-talkie` radios, satellite telephones, cooks and waiters, tasty food, the best equipment, individual tents for each member in basecamp, a full kitchen in basecamp, two camps on the mountain, 1000s of metres of fixed line, hundreds of rock, ice and snow anchors, top-quality high altitude tents and high altitude stoves, expedition mix gas, and full safety equipment: medical oxygen, gamow bag, and extensive medical kit.Our expedition features one of the most beautiful treks in the world included in the cost.This expedition maximizes experience gained over countless Himalayan expeditions with a strong record of reaching the top of our world`s highest peaks. In addition to more than 25 Himalayan expeditions we have an intimate knowledge of the Nepalese officials who regulate the permit system, liaison officers, sherpas, cooks, yak drivers, and hoteliers/restaurateurs. Like in all the treks and climbing trips to Everest, our approach trek to Mrea starts with a exhilarating mountain flight to Lukla airstrip. From Lukla we ascend slowly to eastward, cross the Zatra la pass and finally reach the Mera la pass on the nineth day where we make our base camp for Mera peak climbing. Climbing Mera Peak is possible in a single day from the base camp but we avoid rush. We allow proper rest and acclimatization and make use of high camp to ensure success. Finally we ascend the three summits of Mera from where we would enjoy absolutely stunning summit panorama that includes 5 of the worlds 8000m peaks - Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho Oyu and Everest.

Peak Climbing Itinerary

Day 01: Fly to Lukla (2860 metres/9,400 feet);
Day 02: Trek to Chutanga (3100 metres/10,400 feet);
Day 03: Trek to the base of the Zatra La pass (4000 metres/13,000 feet), camp;
Day 04: Walk over the Zatra La to Tuli Kharka (4400 metres/14,400 feet);
Day 05: Continue to Tashing Ongma (3500 metres/11,500 feet);
Day 06: Trek to Tagnag (4350 metres/14,300 feet);
Day 07: Rest day in Tagnang, explore the surrounding area, including the Sabai Tsho Glacier and lake;
Day 08: Walk towards Dig Kharka, camp and rest day;
Day 09: Trek the rest of the way to Mera Peak basecamp - Khare, (4800 metres/15,700 feet);
Day 10: Rest & Acclimatization, training, and organization at basecamp;
Day 11: Trek up to Mera La, review more glacier techniques and training, camp at 5400 metres/17,700 feet;
Day 12: Climb to High Camp, (5800 metres/19,000 feet);
Day 13: Summit Mera Peak (6476 metres/21,246 feet), descend into the Hunku Khola Valley;
Day 14: Extra day for summit attempt and packing up;
Day 15: Trek back from Khare to Tashing Ongma;
Day 16: Trek to Tuli Kharka;
Day 17: Trek to Lukla. Teahouse or camping;
Day 18: Flight to Kathmandu. Hotel.
Day 19: Extra day in Kathmandu, in case of delay, and for sightseeing, gift shopping, celebration,


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