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Himalaya Darshan Treks Pvt. Ltd

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Mera Peak Climbing, Mera Peak Summit, Cost, Itinerary

$2450

Per person - All price inclusive

  • Trip Grade:
    Challenging
  • Max-Altitude:
    Summit - 6,476m
  • Best Season:
    Spring & Autumn
  • Trip Mode:
    Tea house + Camping
  • Group Size:
    Min 2

Key Features of Mera Peak Climbing

  • The Mera Peak Summit (6461m/21197ft), is Nepal’s highest trekking peak.
  • Close-up views of Mt. Everest (8848.86m/29031ft), Kanchenjunga (8586m/28169ft), Lhotse (8516m/27939ft), Makalu (8463m/27766ft), and Cho Oyo (8188m/26863ft).
  • Everest region’s exotic flora and animals. Glacial lakes, Hinku valley, waterfalls, yak pastures, rhododendron jungles, and glacial rivers are just a few of the highlights.
  • Small, pocket-sized communities, less-traveled paths with breathtaking views.
  • Immerse yourself in the isolated culture and lifestyle while surrounded by lofty pinnacles.
  • A sufficient number of acclimatization days, as well as pre-climbing training, are required before the summit push.
  • An experienced Sherpa climber guided the trek.
  • Following off-the-beaten paths, pass via the lovely Sherpa settlements of Paiya, Thaknak, and Khare.

Mera Peak Climbing

One of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal’s Himalayan state is Mera Peak Climbing. It is a breathtaking challenge that offers climbers the most exciting adventures among Nepal’s other climbing peaks. Although it is frequently visited along the Makalu Barun National Park.

The ascent is done from the Mera La pass at 5415m on the northern face, which links to the less inhabited valleys of Hinku. The Mera Peak is located between Everest and Makalu. As well as the isolation of Hinku Valley

Finally, Mera Peak Climbing is challenging to climb, but it does not require a seasoned climber to try it. It is a technically straightforward peak, but the snow and numerous crevasses take time as you ascend the summit. This peak calls to season and novice climbers who dare to dream and enjoy taking on a challenge for that unique sensation of accomplishment.

Mera Peak Permit Fee

The Climbing Permit fee depends on Climbing Season. In the spring season, the permit fee is more expensive because it is the best mountaineering season. Permit Fee stretchers are:-

  •  Spring season (March, April, and May) Per Person –USD 250
  •  Autumn season (September, October, and November) per person – USD 125
  • Winter season (December, January, and February) per person – USD 70
  • Summer season (June, July, and August) per person – USD 70

Especially, we highly recommend this  Mera Peak Climbing package that will fulfill your dream of mountaineering – Peak Climbing in Nepal. Likewise, If the given Itinerary does not match your holiday in Nepal. We will design an Itinerary for Mera Peak as per your request immediately.

How many Days’ times it takes to climb Mera Peak?

It’s a tall mountain with a steady trail requiring minor technical climbing. From the time we arrive in Kathmandu until we return home, our escorted tour will take 16 days. There are 13 trekking and climbing days, plus two summit days.

Is it tough to get to Mera Peak?

Mera Peak is not highly technical and does not feature a demanding technical climb, but it isn’t easy due to the summit’s high altitude of 6461 meters. Unlike other Nepalese hiking summits, Mera Peak is easy to reach.

Is it possible to climb Mera Peak without the assistance of a professional guide?

Individual trekkers can obtain trekking permits, but only government-registered organizations can obtain climbing permits because it is difficult to reach the summit of Mera without the assistance of a guide.

Flight Information to /from Lukla

Flight Information to /from Lukla: Due to the Kathmandu airport overcrowding, Flights to Lukla (Everest Region) depart from Manthali Airport (Ramechhap) for the busiest season. The distance from Kathmandu to Mathali airport is about 130 kilometers. So it takes about 3.5 to 4 hours to drive. We leave Kathmandu at 1 or 1.30 AM to catch our early morning flights from Manthali to Lukla.

Note: The flight will be departing from March 15 to May 15 and October to November. However, it depends on the decision of the airlines and the civil aviation authority of Nepal.

Lukla flight delays or cancellations

The bad weather conditions and overtraffic in Kathmandu airports are the main reasons for delaying and canceling flights. The weather in hilly and Himalayan regions will be changed so quickly. So, We at Himalaya Darshan Treks highly recommend managing a minimum of 1 or 2 extra days for your Everest and Dolpo region treks.

What is the Lukla Flight Weight limitation?

The airlines have a weight limitation of only 15 kilograms (about 33 pounds) per person so please try to make your luggage less than 15 kilograms. Otherwise, you have to pay extra money but it is only possible if there is no overweight on the plane. So, the best option is to make your bag light.

Itinerary


Day 1, Arrival in Kathmandu (1,335m) and transfer to hotel.

We, Himalaya Darshan Treks heartily welcome you and your group to Nepal. One of our company staff will take you to your hotel in Kathmandu. The person will be waiting outside the baggage hall of the Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu, holding an A4-size paper with your name and our company name. So, you have to look for that person for your pick up from the airport. Your check-in at the hotel.

 

Day 2, Sightseeing UNESCO sites in Kathmandu

After breakfast, Sightseeing in world heritage sites such as Swoyambhunath (Monkey temple), Boudhanath, and Pashupatinath then back to the hotel. Meet the Climbing guide (Sherpa) and discuss Mera peak climbing and climbing equipment.

Day 3, Fly Kathmandu to Lukla (2,850m) Trek to Puyan (2,800 m).

We rejoin the team in Lukla and begin our smooth descent to Paiya, passing through traditional villages and lovely trees. This evening will be tiring in camp at Paiya.

Day 4, Trek to Pangkoma (2,846m).

After breakfast, we leave Paiya and head down to the wooden bridge that leads to the Kari La Pass via a challenging track. The picturesque mountain vistas bring us to Pangkoma village. We’ll spend the night in a Pangkoma lodge after steeping Pangkoma.

Day 5, Trek to Nigmsa/Dingma (2,600m).

Nigmsa can be found by wandering through pine and rhododendron trees on a zigzag path. The night will be spent differently in a rising and tented camp in Nigmsa.

Day 6, Trek to Chalem Kharka (3,600m).

The Chalem Kharka, Chetra River can be reached by walking down to the one-of-a-kind stone cave built by the water.

Day 7, Trek to Kothe (3,600m)

After crossing Trashing Dingma and following the river’s edge as far as possible up to Kothe, we stopped for lunch at one of the tea cafes along the road. We’ll spend the night in a motel in Kothe.

Day 8, Trek to Thangnak (4,350m).

After leaving Kothe, the trail gradually climbs along the Hinku River’s side to Gondishung, where you can stop for lunch. We stopped at the 200-year-old Lungsumgba Gompa on our route to Tangnang. Tangnang’s lodge will be our home for the night.

Day 9, Acclimatization Day

Because we are currently at an elevation of 4,000 meters above sea level, this day is also known as acclimatization day.

Day 10, Trek to Khare (5,100m).

We’re currently traveling east, following the sidelong moraine of the Dig Glacier to the Dig Kharka field. Following your arrival in Khare, the campsite provides life-changing vistas of the snow-capped mountains and a place to pitch a tent for the night.

Day 11, Trek to Mera La (5,400m).

After leaving Khare, we walked up to the Mera La Pass. The night will be spent in a raised camp at Mera peak’s lower base camp.

Day 12, Trek to Upper Base Camp (5,780 m)

After splitting the lower Base Camp, we go up the north face of Mera Peak to a beautiful porch immediately beyond the cairn to set up the high camp before reaching the summit. We’ll spend the night at Mera Peak’s high camp in a tented camp.

Day 13, Mera Peak Summit (6,461m) and Descend to Khare

Before starting our trek to the summit, we will eat breakfast, and prepare crampons and other gear. We reach the peak’s highest point after around 4-5 hours, which provides a breathtaking 360° panorama of the world’s most famous summits towering above 6,400m meters. We take shots before descending to the high camp for lunch, then trek down to Khare. We’ll spend the night in a tented camp in Khare.

Day 14, Trek Descend to Kothe (3,600m)

After breakfast, we continue on the same predetermined walking course until we reach Kothe. We’ll spend the night in a lodge in Kothe.

Day 15-17, Trek back to Lukla.
Day 18, Fly back to Kathmandu

After early morning breakfast, we aim to catch an early flight back to Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel. now that you have some free time, you can go shopping or write a few postcards home to tell your friends about your fantastic adventures.

Day 19, Final Departure

This will be the last day of your trip in Nepal. One of our staff will take you and your group to Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu for your final departure. We wish you and your group safe flights with unforgettable memory from your Nepal trip. Hope to see you again.

Trip Includes

  •  All arrival and departure by private vehicle (Domestic/International)
  •  One full day Sightseeing in Kathmandu with a private vehicle and all entrance fees.
  •  3 nights hotel in Kathmandu with Bed and Breakfast
  •  Both-way flights for guests and guide from Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu.
  •  Experienced and government-licensed holder guide and climbing Sherpa with equipment, salaries, food, accommodation, and insurance.
  • Porters and all needed staff with food accommodation, salary, and Insurance.(1 porter for 2 trekkers)
  •  Makalu Barun National Park entry permit
  •  3 times meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and one cup of tea/coffee with a meal) during the trekking and climbing.
  • Twin-sharing accommodation in the teahouse during the trek and Tented accommodation during climbing.
  •  Mera peak climbing permits.
  • First Aid medical kit, Oximeter to check pulse, heart rate, and oxygen saturation at higher altitudes.
  • Emergency Helicopter service arrangement (If needed) which will be paid by your Travel Insurance Company.
  • We will arrange a Duffel bag, Sleeping bag, Down Jacket, and warm hat (If you don’t have your own.)
  • Himalaya Darshan Treks branded T-shirt as a souvenir.
  •  All local and government Taxes.
  • Mera peak climbing achievement certificate

Trip Excludes

  • Your expenses (Laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, WIFI, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, hot shower, etc.)
  •  Your Travel and Rescue Insurance.
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
  •  Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Tips for guide, Climbing Sherpa, and porter. (Tips are expected)
  •  Personal climbing gear.
  • Nepal entry visa fees (USD – 30 for 15 days / USD – 50 for 30 Days and USD – 125 for 90 days)
  • Desserts Sweet things like chocolate, cake, pie, pudding, etc.
  • Any other expenses that are not mentioned in the cost include.

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