Mera Peak climbing attracts trekkers for hiking in the remote parts of Khumbu region and experiencing the climbing on the high Himalayas. Recently, Mera peak climbing has become more popular for Mera peak being the highest trekking peak in Nepal. The peak is a good choice among the novice climbers. One of the reasons for becoming Mera peak climbing so popular is that the peaks requires almost no technical skills.
Trekking to Mera peak base camp offers spectacular mountain scenery. The trekking passes through green terraced villages, scattered pasture lands, lush forests.Unlike other trekking peaks in Khumbu region. Mera peak climbing requires to cross two high passes. Zetrwa La ( 4450m.) occurs within a few days after we start the trekking from Lukla. Crossing over Mera la ( 5415m.) will take to the base camp of Mera peak. Snowy condition on the high passes and the slopes, specially in the beginning of spring season make Mera peak climbing more challenging.
Mera peak climbing trip begins with the exciting flight to Lukla. Following the trail that passes through scarce remote villages, pasture lands. We cross a high pass, Zetrwa la ( 4450m. ) which posses a threat of altitude sickness. Rest day and acclimatization is vital to overcome this obstacle. Khare, the last human settlement in Mera peak climbing proves to be most significant camp for safety in case of heavy snow fall in the region. Crossing over Mera La (5415m.) is equally challenging to reach the base camp of Mera Peak. We organize fully guided Mera peak climbing trip with strong support of trekking and climbing staff to make the trip a great satisfaction to our valued clients.
Meeting at the airport and transfer to a hotel. A briefing of the trekking trip at a convenient time.
Flight to Lukla (2,800m/9,186ft) with spectacular views of breathtaking Himalayas. Descend for 3 hours and steep up for one hour to Chutanga with great views of Numbur (6957m), Karyolung (6511m), Kwangde (6011m ).
Hike up towards Zetrwa la ( 4450m. ) for acclimatization and return to Chutanga
Steep climbing up passing yak pasturelands and bushes to Zetrwa la with magnificent views of . Karyolung and Lumding Himal. Further hike and descend to Thulikharka.
The trail descends through rhododendron and pine forest, no human settlement on the trail but with good views of Kusum Kangaru, Peak 43 and Hinku Valley.
Hike on narrow trail through the side of the mountain and pass through the pasture lands and the patches of the jungle.
Explore around Thagnak and spend the rest of day for acclimatization.
Hike through lateral moraine of Dig Glacier to Dig Khraka with views of Charpate Himal. Further climbing through moraines to the snout of the Hinku Nup and Shar Glaciers and then to Khare (5,099m)
Ascend for three hours to Mera La (5,415m) and great views of Himalayas from the pass. Descending for three hours to Hongu side to set up the base camp at 5,300m. in the moraine.
Hike through rocky trail to the top of the rock band, which is marked by a large cairn and set up high camp.
Start early morning hiking on the flat land on snow and gradually ascend with main rope. Some steep climbing near the summit but relatively easy. Magnificent panorama of the Himalayas including; Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kanchanjunga. Descend to base camp and enjoy the hot meal.
Use the spare day as contingency if case of bad weather or for other reasons.
Ascend to Mera la and then descend through moraines and further descend more steeply to Khare and then to Thagnak.
Pass through the pasture lands and the patches of the jungle along the hill side and further below beautiful pine and rhododendron forest to Thasingdingma.
Gradual ascend to Thulikharka and pass Zetrwa la and steeply descend to Chutanga.
Gradually ascend to Lukla and wrap up the trip
Fly Lukla – Kathmandu and transfer to hotel. Farewell dinner at one of the finest typical Nepali restaurant with culture program
Transfer to the airport for departure.
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