Mera Peak Climbing 19 Days
Scale the highest trekking peak in Nepal, Mera, on our Mera peak climbing venture. Witness breathtaking landscapes and stunning views of the Himalayan mountains, including the five eight-thousander mountains- Everest (8,849 m), Kanchenjunga (8,586 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Cho Oyu (8,188 m), and Makalu (8,481 m).
Mera peak is the tallest trekking peak in Nepal. Trekking peaks usually mean the technical difficulties are less or none, which makes them perfect for beginner climbers. However, the physical difficulties are still tremendous, so you cannot take climbing a trekking peak lightly. Our Mera peak climbing is a 19 days program that will lead you to the summit of a Himalayan peak in Nepal.
Mera peak is the perfect mountain to scale as your first and pave the way for further great conquests. This mountain has three summits- Mera Central (6,476 m), Mera North (6,476 m), and Mera South (6,06 5m). Our goal is to reach the top of Mera North at 6,476 meters (21,247 ft). Now, Mera peak has become a practice peak for professional mountaineers who prefer to summit it as a practice peak and acclimatize before pushing toward other technical mountains.
Among all the trekking peaks in Nepal, Mera has the most straightforward climbing route with a few small crevasses that our Sherpa guide will help you cross. We take numerous individuals to the top of Mera peak every year safely. Our successful climbing rate and many years of expertise make us a reliable Mera peak climbing partner in Nepal.
We will help you in preparing for the trip and support you throughout your journey with us in Nepal. Our Mera peak climbing booking is open. You can book a seat for yourself and your loved ones through our Mera peak climbing package page. Likewise, if you wish to check out some other peak climbing packages in Nepal, then here are a few of our top picks- Island peak climbing, Lobuche peak climbing, and Pisang peak climbing.
Major highlights of Mera peak climbing
Take a thrilling flight to Lukla
Lukla is the starting point of Mera peak climbing. A short and thrilling flight takes you to Lukla. During the flight, you get to see aerial views of the Himalayan Mountains and landscape.
Cross challenging Zatra la Pass
On Mera peak climbing, you cross the difficult Zatra la Pass. The route to the top of the pass follows a windy rugged path. On the day of crossing the pass, you wake up early in the morning and gradually ascend towards the pass. From the top of the pass, you can see stunning views of Cho Oyu, Kongde Peak, Numbur Himal, Kusum Khangru, and many other Himalayan mountains.
Experience rich culture and unique lifestyle of Sherpa
While trekking, you spend many nights in different villages, where you come across the daily lifestyle of Sherpas. Likewise, you get to see their culture, practices, and values. Different monasteries, stupas, prayer wheels, and chortens can be seen on the way as well.
Adventurous and tranquil trail
Even though Mera peak climbing traverses the Khumbu region, the trail is less-crowded and tranquil. You have to follow the opposite trail of EBC Trek, which is comparatively less traveled. The trail passes through small villages and dense forests. There are many ascends and descends. The trail can get steep and rugged in a few parts.
Summit the Mera Peak
Reaching the top of the Mera peak is the ultimate goal of the entire journey. The trail is adventurous and thrilling. Following the lead of your guide, you gradually move towards the top of the peak. During the climbing period, your team leader also briefs you proper uses of gears and teaches you basic climbing skills.
Get to see the beautiful landscape and stunning views of the Himalayan Mountains
Mera peak climbing offers beautiful landscapes and stunning views of the Himalayas. The trail is extremely gorgeous and passes through picturesque villages, lovely streams, fine valleys, and moraines. You get to see panoramic views of Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Mt. Makalu (8,481 m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8,201), Mt. Baruntse (7,162 m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m), Mt. Nuptse (7,861 m), Mt. Chamlang (7,319 m), and many other snow-capped peaks.