Mera Peak Climbing

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Trip Cost: $ 2390
  • Trip Length : 17 Days
  • Activities : Trekking, Climbing
  • Difficulty : Adventurous to streneous
  • Max Elevation : 6, 476m/21,240ft at mera summit
  • Meal : Full board @ trek & breakfast in KTM
  • Accommodation : Hotel/Tented camp
  • Transportation : Flight and Private vehicle

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Preferred for peak climbing by both hardcore as well as moderate and novice climbers, Mera Peak is the tallest trekking peak in Nepal. Located in the Hinku Valley of the Sagarmatha region of Nepal, the highest point of this trekking peak is 6,476m (21,247 ft). Mera Peak gives you a unique fusion experience of trekking and peak climbing.

Your attempt to scale this beautiful peak starts from Lukla from where you will head towards its base camp via Zatar La Pass (4,610m/15,124ft). The base camp of Mera Peak is situated at an altitude of 4,800m (15,700ft). On the way, you walk through culturally rich Sherpa villages. Because of the high altitude you have to ascend during the trip, you have to have proper acclimatization prior to attempting to scale this peak.

Though acclivity of Mera Peak does not throw you the most extreme challenges like some of the more demanding Himalayan peaks do, it won't leave you disappointed. The altitude and ascent of Mera Peak presents you the challenge professional peak climbers overtake while scaling more challenging peaks.  What adds to the excitement is the view you get to behold once at the summit. Once at the top, you will be welcomed by an exquisite view of endless chain of majestic peaks including Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu and Baruntse, something worth every of the hardness you undertake.

The base camp of the Mera Peak is at an altitude of 5,300m on the Hongu sector while the high camp is at an altitude of 5,800m on a rocky projection. Prior peak climbing experience is not a necessary prerequisite for one to be able to climb Mera Peak. However, as you ascend as high as 6461m, the trip presents enough challenge. Altitude sickness can be an issue. Plus, as you ascend even smaller acclivities seem to take infinity for you to ascend, the challenges of standard peak climbing will all be there. You will learn the required skills as you travel ahead.

Outline Itinerary

Day 01:

Arrival day in Kathmandu

1400m

Day 02:

Rock climbing / Kathmandu Sightseeing

1400m

Day 03:

Flight to Lukla, Trek to Chutenga, 3-4 hrs walk

3430m

Day 04:

Trek to Thuli Kharka, 5-6 hrs walk

4000m

Day 05:

Trek to Mausum Kharka, 3-4 hrs walk

3430m

Day 06:

Trek to Tagnag, 5-6 hrs walk

4360m

Day 07:

Acclimatization in Tagnag

4360m

Day 08:

Trek to Khare, 4-5 hrs walk

5000m

Day 09:

Acclimatization in Khare

5000m

Day 10:

Trek to Mera High Camp, 5-6 hrs walk

5800m

Day 11:

Mera Summit & return to lower Base Camp

6476m

Day 12:

Spare Summit Attempt

6476m

Day 13:

Return to Gothey

3600m

Day 14:

Trek to Thuli Kharka

4250m

Day 15:

Trek to Lukla via Zatrwa La

4600m

Day 16:

Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu

2840

Day 17:

Departure day from Kathmandu

1400m

What is Included
  • Arrival, airport picks up
  • Welcome dinner with live Nepali cultural program and farewell dinner at one the finest restaurants in Thamel
  • 2 nights at 3 star standard accommodation at Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu flight, airport tax and domestic transfer
  • Teahouse/Mountain Lodge accommodations during the trek (comfortable and clean) and tented camp during the climbing period
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trekking period and 3 nights on tented camp during the climbing period
  • One climbing guide for climbing & trek Leader for trekking ( both leaders are English speaking, first aid trained; climbing leader is trained & licensed from Nepal Mountaineering Association), the cost of camping and trekkers crew/insurance
  • Entire porterage cost and all the trekking equipments for porters (one porter for every two member in the group)
  • Climbing permit/TIMS Card
  • Necessary climbing gears
  • All the payable Government and Local taxes
  • Down jacket and sleeping bags while on trekking (upon request) - rated to -15 degree Celsius
  • One duffle bag and t-shirt
  • Trekking Map and Adventure Certificate
  • Group medical kit box (Diamox & other First Aid Medicine)
  • Arrangement of emergency helicopter service which will be paid by your Travel Insurance Company
  • Final departure transfer

What is Not Included
  • Nepal Visa
  • International flight to Kathmandu and return ticket to your home country
  • Your meals at Kathmandu, except welcome dinner, farewell dinner and breakfast
  • Entire cost of beverages, mineral water and beer etc. while on trek
  • Travel insurance (must includes helicopter evacuation and trip cancellation charges)
  • Tipping to the guide and porter
  • Anything not included in trip includes list are your personal expenses
Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1400m)

Today is your arrival day in Kathmandu! We heartily welcome you to the country of Himalaya, home to some of our planet’s highest peaks. A member of our adventures team will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. After checking in at the hotel with refreshment, you will be brought to our office. We will briefly discuss the trekking Itinerary with you, leaving the rest of the day for you to explore and do your own thing. Stay overnight at a Kathmandu hotel.

Airport pick-up and accommodation at hotel in Kathmandu breakfast is included

Day 02: Rock climbing / Kathmandu Sightseeing (1,300m/4,264 ft)

Because rigorous acclimatization is required for you to be ready for Mera peak climbing, we will take you to Nagarjun hill side. Nagarjun has a very impressive rock climbing spot and can be reached within half an hour from Kathmandu. You will spend more than four hours today learning useful climbing techniques from the best in the business.

If you  already have prior experience of peak climbing and do not deep it necessary to learn basic climbing techniques, you can take the day to do a guided day tour of Kathmandu valley and its surrounding attractions. Around evening, we will do some preparations for the climbing trip, including getting your trekking as well climbing gears and equipments ready.

Rock climbing/Day sightseeing and accommodation at a Kathmandu hotel with breakfast is included

Day 03: Flight to Lukla (2,840m/9,186ft), Trek to Chutenga (3,430m/11,250ft), 3-4 hrs walk

Today you will leave Kathmandu and fly to Lukla. The flight takes a little more than 35 minutes and offers you some breathtaking view of the Nepalese terrain and the Himalayan Mountains. The airport is situated at an altitude of 2,840m/9,186ft and landing there is an adventure in itself.

We will now start the adventurous journey to the Mera Peak by following a trail eastwards. We will take the less common trail rather than taking the much travelled ones, walking through the rhododendron forest. Several hours of walk will take us to Chutenga where we will spread our camps.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 04: Trek to Thuli Kharka (4,000m/13,160ft), 5-6 hrs walk

We start by climbing uphill to a cairned notch in the ridge with swaying prayer flags all around to reach Zatrwaog. The route then leads us along stone slope and climb up the Zatrwa La which is at 4,600m. From there we look upon the Dudh Koshi River and the rolling foothills of the Hinku Valley. The trail then descends for about an hour taking us to Thuli Kharka where we will stay for the night.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 05: Trek to Mausum Kharka (3,430m/11,250ft), 3-4 hrs walk

Today we will leave Thuli Kharka and walk up to five hours to reach Mausam Kharka. The path initially descends along the Peak 43 and Kusum Kanguru to lead us to a vintage point of the Hinku valley. Hinku valley offers us the perfect view of the south face of Mera Peak. The trail further descends through forest with rhododendron, fir and pine trees. The walk through the forest will be pleasant and easy. We will finally reach Mausam Kharka which sits by the Hinku Drangka River. We will spend the night there in tent.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 06: Trek to Tagnag (4,360m/14,301ft), 5-6 hrs walk

Today we walk northwards along the west bank of the Hinku Drangka River. In doing so, we will be leaving the forests and the valley stats to widen from here.  From here we will be walking past many pasture lands and Kharkas- barn and shade for shepherds. There will be goats, sheeps, horses and yaks grazing in the pastures. Upon crossing a bridge we will arrive in Gondishung which lies at an altitude of 4,350m. Gondishung has a 200 years old monastery (gompa) beneath rock overhang. We will walk further an hour or so. The valley starts narrowing after we walk past Lungsamba. We will call it a day after we reach Tagnag. Tagnag is traditionally a summer settlement for yak herders and shepherds. However, several tea houses have been built of late to cater to the needs of influx of tourists.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 07: Acclimatization in Tagnag

Tagnag, as you expect from every small villages in the Himalayas, is located in a wonderful setting surrounded by giant Himalayan peaks. We will use the day for acclimatization to prepare ourselves for the much harder days that wait ahead. A part of the day will also be devoted to visit around the place. Especially the Sabaitsho Lake, situated behind a huge ridge in the north of Tagnag is worth visiting.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 08: Trek to Khare (5,000m/16,400ft), 4-5 hrs walk

Because we will be gradually picking up altitude, we will hike slowly, enjoying the surrounding view as much as we can. Today's route is not particularly difficult. An easy trail will lead us up a ridge. On the other side of the ridge is the Charpatti Lake. On the highest point of today's trek, there are cairns overlooking the glacial lake (Charpatti Lake). The trail then descends and later ascends again taking us past a large bivouac stone. After some walking and crossing a stream, the trail will lead us to Khare where will stay overnight.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 09: Acclimatization in Khare

We will again take the day for acclimatization as well as Ice Climbing lessons. Ice climbing techniques are going to be particularly essential for the coming few days and makes you adroit for climbing to the summit of Mera. The climbing course is equally fun apart from being acutely necessary. We will also spend some part of the day hiking around Khare.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 10: Mera High Camp (5,800m/19,024ft), 5-6 hrs walk

The 10th day of the trip starts by climbing a riff. We then follow the crest of the steep slope along a zigzag path right to the top. The route then crosses a boulder strewn bowl to the lower tongue of the Mera Glacier in less than two hours walk from Khare. We now need to start being on crampons to climb the 30-35 degree acclivity layered by ice and snow. After a quarter of an hour we will reach the plateau that leads to Mera La Pass. There are well marked trails unless in case of fresh snowfall. We walk along weaving path to reach Mera La. By then it will have been 3 to 4 hours since we started walking in the day. We walk another couple hours to camp for the night in the high camp underneath the Mera Peak.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 11: Mera Summit (6, 476m/21,240ft); return to lower Base Camp at (5,315m/17,433ft)

Big day today! And understandably so as we will be climbing up tp the summit of Mera Peak today. We start early morning before dawn (can be as early as 2am and won't be later than 5 am). It can take up to six hours to reach the summit. To plain eye, the distance from our camp site to the summit looks very near. However, do not let yourself me misguided. It will be hard work and all the positive preparations we have done so far in the trek will be very useful for us today. As the dawn gives way to the morning sunlight, we can see incredible view of various mountain peaks including the Mt. Everest.

Our aim for the day would be to reach the summit by the midday and return to Khare. But the schedule will heavily rely on weather factors and your physical condition. Our experienced team ensures that you are provided with the necessary contingency of gears and equipments as well as assistance to gice the best chance for you to successfully reach the summit. We would never want you to miss the feeling of having successfully climbed Mera Peak and the satisfaction that comes with it. It is hard to put in words what view welcomes you from the top.

As far as conditions allow, we will try to return to Khare to spend the night.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 12: Spare Summit Attempt

As we are forced to consider various external factors that affect in our success or failure to climb to the summit of Mera Peak, we allocate a spare day so that we can give climbing another shot in case we could not the earlier day. However, if everything goes smoothly, we will proceed ahead with the upcoming itineraries.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 13: Return to Gothey (3600m/11,812ft)

We descend down the Hinku valey to stay overnight in Gothey today. We can enjoy a relaxing evening and celebrate We reach Gothey for the night and can spend the evening relaxing and celebrating drinking local wines at the camp.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 14: Trek to Thuli Kharka (4250m/13,944ft)

Today we head to Thuli Kharka leaving Gothey where we will stay for the night.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 15: Trek to Lukla via Zatrwa La (4,600m/15,093ft)

After breakfast we start our last day of the trek. We climb a few hundred meters to the top of Zatrwa La and then descend up to Lukla village to conclude the trek. We spend this evening enjoying with the crew and spend the night at teahouse.

Mountain accommodation with full board of meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) is included

Day 16: Fly from Lukla (2840m) to Kathmandu (1400m)

Today we fly from Lukala to Kathmandu. You will be transferred to your hotel from the airport. You can spend the rest of the day doing your own stuffs including shopping souvenirs.

Accommodation at a Kathmandu hotel with breakfast is included

Day 17: Departure day from Kathmandu (1400m)

This is your last day in Nepal. You may do shopping, buying some souvenirs for family and friends until your departure to airport. We will transfer you to the International Airport for your flight to your onward destination.

Breakfast and final airport drop is included

 

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