Mera Peak Climbing

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Trip Facts
  • Trip Starts / EndsKathmandu/ Kathmandu
  • Total duration19 Days trip
    14 Days trekking
  • Max. Altitude6,654 m
  • Group SizeMin.1 Max.10
  • MealsBreakfast, Launch & Dinner
  • GuideLocal guide
  • Departure Fixed/On request
  • TransportationFlight and Private vehicle

Trekking Grade

Strenuous/ Grade D

Trekking Category

Tea House / Lodge Package Trek



  • Best Month March, April, late September, October and November.
  • Accommodation2-4 star room
Tour Highlights
  • Highest trekking peak in Nepal at 6,476 meters.
  • Scenic trek through stunning landscapes and Sherpa villages.
  • Pristine alpine wilderness with diverse flora and fauna.
  • Moderate technical challenge for climbers with basic mountaineering skills.
  • Magical sunrise from the summit.
Tour Details

Mera Peak is one of the highest and most adventurous trekking peaks in Nepal. Rising south of Mt. Everest, the ascent of Mera is generally technically straightforward, requiring little more than crampons and an ice axe. However, it is 100% safe to climb and any mountaineers and people with no climbing experience can do it.

After flying from Kathmandu to Lukla, our trek will begin by heading southeast from Lukla. We walk along a high, rocky ridge through dense forests and cross several streams before reaching the high pass that takes us into the remote and largely uninhabited Honku Valley. Trekking in this wild land of Himalayan pine forests is indeed a lifetime experience. At Tangnag, we take a rest and explore the huge moraine and the beautiful glacial lake north of the village. The next day, we gently proceed to Khare and set up camp. Our ascent follows the glacier that leads to Mera La (5,415 m) and on to high camp, where we prepare for our early morning summit. From high camp, we can take in a sweeping view of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Makalu to the east, Mt. Everest and Mt. Lhotse to the north, and Mt. Amadablam and Mt. Cho-Oyu to the west. This view is undoubtedly one of the most mesmerizing all in Nepal. As we make our way back down the valley to Lukla for our flight to Kathmandu, our Mera Peak climbing has completed. The trekking trail will pass through several ethnic villages of the Everest region, where we can come across the local people and get to know more about them and their local culture and traditions.

The best times to attempt Mera Peak are spring (March-May) and autumn season (September-November). The weather conditions are best at these times. For more information, contact us at

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu, briefing and welcome dinner

Day 2: Kathmandu sightseeing tour and preparation

Day 3: Drive to Shivatar(Sotang)

Day 4: Trek from Shivatar to Khiraule (2,693m) 5-6 hrs

Day 5: Trek from Khiraule to CholemKharka (3,600m) 6 hrs

Day 6: Trek from Cholem Kharka to KholaKharka( 3,800m) via. Panch Pokhari 6hrs

Day 7: Trek from Khola Kharka to Kothe (3,691m) 6hrs

Day 8: Trek from Kothe to Thangnag (4,358m) 4hrs

Day 9: Rest and Acclimatization at Thangnag

Day 10: Trek from Thangnag to Khare(4,900m)-6hrs

Day 11: Acclimatization day, ice-ax and crampons training

Day 12: Hike to the High Camp (5,800m) 7hrs

Day 13: Climb to Mera Central Peak (6,461m) and descent to Khare (4,900m)

Day 14: Trek from Khare to Kothe( 3,600m) 5-6 hrs

Day 15: Trek from Kothe toThulikharka (4200m)

Day 16: Trek from Thulikharka to Lukla (2,850m) 6-7 hrs

Day 17 : Fly back to Kathmandu and Stay free

Day 18: Free day in Kathmandu for individual activities

Day 19: Flight back to your home country

Tour Package

Price Includes

To be able to submit a cost estimate, we need to know the number of persons in your group, the required hotel category, the favored mode of transportation (by flight, by local or private transport) and any alternations to your itinerary.

Airport pickup and drop (domestic and international)

Local transportation; (Domestic flight, road transport according program)

Hotels: (4/2) star standard hotel including breakfast (according to program in Kathmandu& other places)

Welcome and farewell dinner

Sightseeing in Kathmandu (Patan Durbar square, Swyambunath, Pashupatinath)

Sighseeing Bhaktapur and Boudhanath

Camping/ Lodge Trek’s cost according to program

Full board during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

Government-licensed guide (English speaking or other foreign language if requested)

Required numbers of porters (1 porter for 2 guests; 12 kg per guest in Tea house trek)

Sightseeing entry fees/national park /conservation/restricted area permit fees (monasteries, temples, Stupa entrance fees but not donation.)

TIMS (Trekker’s information Management System) permits or peak climbing permit fees (according to your program)

Group First Aid Kits (We recommend bringing your personal first aid kit as well.)

Trekking bag for each guest.

Staff insurance


Trekking bag for each guest

Nepal Fair Step Trekking printed T-Shirt

Price Excludes

International airfare from and to your country

Nepal Visa fee (bring accurate USD 50 cash for 30 days visa and need to fill online form)

Excess baggage charges

Personal gears

Personal expenses e.g. phone calls, laundry, bar bills & extra porters

Travel & Health Insurance – Emergency Helicopter Rescue Insurance (Most recommended)

Any meals (lunch &dinner) in Kathmandu – $ 10 to 15 for per meal in tourist restaurant (except welcome and farewell dinner)

Any kinds of drinks (alcohol &non-alcoholic beverage) neither during the trek nor in Kathmandu

Tips for staff (not mandatory but expected)

Hot shower, recharging of batteries (available during the

The cost which is not mentioned above.

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