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Mera Peak Climbing 6476 m 21 Days

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Group Size:2 - 14

Arrival on:Kathmandu, Nepal

Grade:Moderate to Difficult

Transportation:Private Car/Bus


Elevation:6,476 m

Duration:21 days

Accomodation:Hotel, Lodge, Tea House

Meal:Full board while on trekking

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Trip Highlights

Explore and experience of summiting three popular peaks of Nepal; Mera Peak at 6461 meters, Crossing of Zatra La Pass 4600 meters, Fantastic views of world’s top Mt. Everest, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Baruntse, Mt. Amadablam and more other snow capped mountain ranges, Explore and experience authentic cultural and lifestyle of different euthenics group.


Mera Peak Climbing 6476 m 21 Days, Mera Peak is the uppermost trekking peak in Nepal at above 6000m. The sight from the top is one of the most excellent in the Himalaya with five 8,000m peaks observable: Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Kanchenjunga.

Mera Peak is a mount in the Mahalangur section, Barun sub-section of the Himalaya and managerially in Nepal's Sagarmatha Zone, Solukhumbu District. At 6,476 metres it is off the record as a trekking peak. It mainly three summits: Mera North, 6,476 metres, Mera Central, 6,461 metres and Mera South, 6,065 meters, as well as a smaller "trekking summit".

The tallness of Mera is often known as 6654 meters, and claimed to be the highest trekking peak. This figure in point of fact points to nearby Peak 41, which was mistakenly named Mera in a list of Himalayan peaks, and the figures were copied to the official trekking peak list as they were, including the wrong location coordinates.

The first ascent of Mera Central was on May 20, 1953 by Col. Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing (who was known by the nickname The Foreign Sportsman). Mera North was first climbed by the French climbers Marcel Jolly, G. Baus and L. Honills in 1975.The region was first explored extensively by British expeditions in the early 50s before and after the ascent of Everest. Members of those teams included Edmund Hillary, Tenzing Norgay, Eric Shipton and George Lowe.

Jimmy Roberts (1916-1997) was probably the person who can take most of the credit for establishing the trekking industry in Nepal in the early 1960s. He was posthumously awarded the "Sagarmatha (Everest) National Award" by the government in May 2005.

The view from the summit is one of the finest in the Himalaya with five 8,000m peaks visible: Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kangchenjunga, as well as other Himalayan peaks linked below. The standard route from the north involves high altitude glacier walking. The ease of reaching this elevation may be its biggest danger but good weather and snow conditions are, of course, necessary for safety and success. The west and south faces of the peak offer more difficult technical routes.

For experienced climbers it is a technically straightforward ascent, the main hurdle being proper acclimatize to the high altitude. These reasons make Mera Peak a very popular destination, with many adventure tour companies offering guided trips to the mountain for clients with little or no mountaineering experience.  All climbers are recommended to partake in preparative fitness and altitude training before attempting an ascent.

In 1986 Mal Duff and Ian Tatters all made the first ascent of the south west pillar. The route is approximately 1,800 metres in length and graded at ED inf. The approach to the base of the pillar is extremely exposed to serac fall.

Outline Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu
Day 2: Briefing and gear checks in Kathmandu
Day 3: Fly to Lukla and trek to Puiyan (2,800m)
Day 4: Trek to Pangom (2,800m)
Day 5: Trek to Nashi Dingma (2,600m)
Day 6: Trek to Chalem Kharka (3,600m)
Day 7:  Acclimatization day at Chalem Kharka (3,600m)
Day 8: Trek to Chunbu Kharka (4,200m)
Day 9: Trek into the Hinku valley near Kote (3,600m)
Day 10: Trek to Tagnag (4,400m)
Day 11: Acclimatization day in Tagnag (day walk)
Day 12: Trek to Khare (5,000m)
Day 13: Acclimatization and glacial skills practice day.
Day 14: Climb to Mera la (5,300m)
Day 15: Climb to High Camp (5,800m)
Day 16: Mera High Camp to Summit [6,461m/21,1907ft] and back to Khare [5045m/16,547ft]: 8-9 hrs
Day 17: Reserve day for Contingency
Day 18: Khare to Kothe [3600m/11808ft]: 4-5 hrs
Day 19: Kothe to Thuli Kharka: 5-6 hrs
Day 20: Thuli Kharka to Lukla: 6-7 hrs
Day 21: Fly to Kathmandu

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Accommodation for this trip: 

Eco Tourism Adventure Pvt. Ltd provides two kinds of accommodation during Mera Peak Climbing 6476 m 21 Days. At Kathmandu, we provide three star hotel rooms with breakfast twin sharing base. During the trek, we provide nice lodge or guest house room with common toilet and bath twin sharing base. If you need a Single room we will charge extra $200 (Kathmandu and trek) but high season not so easy to get single room on the way Everest base camp.


Mera Peak Climbing 6476 m 21 Days, Eco Tourism Adventure Pvt. Ltd provides different kind of food like Nepali, Continental and Indian with one cup of tea and coffee. We provide welcome dinner Nepali cousin with Nepali culture dance and farewell dinner at K2 steak house (best steak in Kathmandu). Breakfast Kathmandu hotel provide a lot of items you can choose yourself and other guest house you can choose one items in the menu with cup of tea and coffee. 

Physical Requirements:

Eco Tourism Adventure Pvt. Ltd, Mera Peak Climbing 6476 m 21 Days is technical trip basically hikers have to hike per day 5 to 6 hours with daypack except some days are longer hour than 11 to 12. High altitude hike anyway need energy and experience, we have two days acclimatization day Cholem Kharka, Thagnag and Khare that absolutely help for your altitude fitness, have a positive attitude, self-confidence and physically powerful determination, and we can achieve the trek successfully. If Around month jogging regularly before this trip is a great idea to improve our power and performance. Past hiking experience would be a great advantage like some climbing technical skill is required for this trip. Before booking this trip it is a great idea to consult with your doctor and if you have any disease better inform us. 

Best Time to Travel:

We have two best seasons in the year like autumn and spring, Autumn best month is mid September to mid December and spring best month is mid February to May this two seasons are the best seasons for this trek because of the weather is fine and warm with perfect views but the nights are chilly and can drop to freezing level in higher altitude. Winter season is also good for Mera Peak Climbing 6476 m 21 Days the only problem is cold. Trekking in summer season will be affected by rain but the summer trek could. The trekking routes are not crowded like a spring and autumn.

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu
Day 2: Briefing and gear checks in Kathmandu
Day 3: Fly to Lukla and trek to Puiyan (2,800m)
Day 4: Trek to Pangom (2,800m)
Day 5: Trek to Nashi Dingma (2,600m)
Day 6: Trek to Chalem Kharka (3,600m)
Day 7:  Acclimatization day at Chalem Kharka (3,600m)
Day 8: Trek to Chunbu Kharka (4,200m)
Day 9: Trek into the Hinku valley near Kote (3,600m)
Day 10: Trek to Tagnag (4,400m)
Day 11: Acclimatization day in Tagnag (day walk)
Day 12: Trek to Khare (5,000m)
Day 13: Acclimatization and glacial skills practice day.
Day 14: Climb to Mera la (5,300m)
Day 15: Climb to High Camp (5,800m)
Day 16: Mera High Camp to Summit [6,461m/21,1907ft] and back to Khare [5045m/16,547ft]: 8-9 hrs
Day 17: Reserve day for Contingency
Day 18: Khare to Kothe [3600m/11808ft]: 4-5 hrs
Day 19: Kothe to Thuli Kharka: 5-6 hrs
Day 20: Thuli Kharka to Lukla: 6-7 hrs
Day 21: Fly to Kathmandu

Cost Include

  • Private Arrival / Departure transfers on both domestic and international flights.
  • Standard Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu on a twin share bed- and- breakfast basis as per the 4 nights 3 star hotel.
  • Accommodation and food with tea during trekking in Lodge all the way trekking & tented camp while on Island Peak Base Camp.
  • Group welcomes dinner & farewell dinner as listed in the itinerary.
  • Half day guided city tour with world heritage entrance fees as listed in itinerary.
  • All Domestic flights, Jeep and airport tax as listed in the itinerary.
  • Island peak climb Permit Royalty and other government tax.
  • Professional local experienced Trek Leader / Guide trained in Wilderness First Aid.
  • Well-experienced Climbing guide with all his allowance and expenses.
  • Proper Insurance of all staff including porters.
  • Island Peak climbing certificates issued from the respective body of Nepal Government.
  • Comprehensive pre-departure information and trip dossiers.
  • Everest region trekking and National park permit and government taxes for the Island peak trek and climbing.
  • Excess baggage charges (if you have more than 20 kg luggage, cargo charge is around $1.5 per kg)

Cost Exclude

  • Nepal Visa fee (bring accurate USD cash and two passport photographs)
  • Single room $200
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu (and also in the case of early return from mountain than the scheduled itinerary)
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Personal climbing equipments
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottled water, shower, heater, etc.)
  • Optional trips and sightseeing if extended
  • Tips for guides and porters

Climbing Gear:

  • Ø  Double insulated plastic boots or other warm mountaineering boots withstanding -15c
  • Ø  Climbing Harness, including main locking carabineer+4 flat carabiners+4 locking carabineers
  • Ø  Down Jacket with hood (due to cold summit days, it must be expedition quality down jacket)
  • Ø  Ice Axe
  • Ø  Crampons
  • Ø  ascender
  • Ø  Warm Gloves (mittens)
  • Ø  Sleeping bag, -15C/5F or better
  • Ø  Theremarest/Sleeping Pad
  • Ø  Hiking Boots – Gore-Tex or waterproofed leather for approach
  • Ø  Expedition Back Pack (Internal Frame 65 liters+)
  • Ø  Day pack 40L for hike into Base Camp
  • Ø  Headlamp


  • Ø  Light to mid weight synthetic top
  • Ø  Mid Weight synthetic bottoms
  • Ø  Extra synthetic top lightweight
  • Ø  Fleece jacket (200-300 weight) 
  • Ø  Gore-Tex/shell wind jacket/parka with hood or equivalent
  • Ø  Gore-Tex /shell pants/shell pants or equivalent
  • Ø  Hiking/Trekking pants
  • Ø  Wool or synthetic socks (3-4 pairs)
  • Ø  Synthetic Liner socks (2-3 pairs) optional
  • Ø  Lightweight fleece or synthetic gloves (windproof/water resistant preferred)
  • Ø  Wool/pile hat balaclava 
  • Ø  Sunhat, sunglasses
  • Ø  Goggles
  • Ø  Trekking poles
  • Ø  2 Nageline wide mouth bottles for drinking+1 bottle for pee in the tent


  • Ø  Variety of nuts, power bars, dried fruit, energy gels, crackers, GU jells, powder drinks for mixing-Gatorade, or so. (Suggestion here; divide snacks into daily Ziploc portions)

Required Medications:

  • Ø  Antibiotics-Ciprofloxacin -for food poisoning or azithromycin /lower body infections, Amoxicillin-for upper body/respiratory infections, Aspirin-helps in acclimatization, Diomax-helps in acclimatization.


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