On the highest trekking peaks in the Everest with stunning panorama of world highest peaks.
Mera Peak Climb is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal and an exciting adventure with the least technical challenges. Where all trekkers, mountaineers, as well as beginners, can enjoy the climb to the summit of Mera Peak.
Mera Peak stands at Mera above 6,476 m / 21,247 feet high, located south of
Mt. Everest around the Khumbu region. One of the less explored hidden pockets of Khumbu, as it is enclosed by an array of peaks and rocky ridges. Mera peak climbing grade is just F to PD means Facial Easy and Per Difficulties due to its high summit. Walking on snowy slopes avoiding a few deep crevices with strenuous up to the top. The grading comes from French & Swiss Alpine Climbing Classification Systems, which is the most popular worldwide. For a day or two alpine-style climbing, like Mera Peak of the least technical effort to encounter.
Mera Peak Climb is situated on the far eastern rim of the Khumbu region, within Hinku Valley. Away from the villages and Lukla town, where a scenic short flight reaches you at Lukla’s Tenzing & Hillary Airport. The adventure begins on leaving the last permanent settlements, heading towards complete mountain wilderness.
A climb to Naulekh or Kalo Himal ridge top, which forms the boundary between Dudh Koshi River and Hinku Valley. Then enter the scenic valley of Hinku, as the walk leads through several temporary settlements, having simple lodges.
As the walk progresses with excellent scenery of towering snow-capped peaks to reach Khare Khare at Mera Peak Base Camp. Which is at a height above 5,045 m close to the bottom of towering Mera Peak. Spending a day extra for preparations, as well as practice exercise getting fit for the long climb to Mera Peak.
Another camp is set as High or Advance Camp, allowing climbers to reach the summit on time. Before the cold morning chill catches you on top of Mera Peak Summit, the climb is straightforward. Following our lead expert guide and might need fixed ropes for safety measures on slipper icy and snowy paths.
After a long haul reach on top of Mera Peak summit, have time for rest, and then enjoy. The alluring views of towering giant peaks that surround the Mera Peak top overlook the view of Mt. Everest and Lhotse. Includes Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Baruntse Himal with Mt. Makalu, as far as Mt. Kanchenjunga towards the far east.
From the top after an exciting moment feeling on top of the world, descent safely back to Khare. Leaving the base camp for a return journey to Lukla for a panoramic flight to Kathmandu. After a great remarkable adventure on Mera Peak Climb with the wonderful services of Explorer Adventurers.