Mera Peak Climbing - 20 days Trek and Climb Mera Peak

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera peak is the difficult trekking peak. The Mera peak is the situated surrounded the high Himalayan in the world. The flight 45m is the incredible, it is great experience in your life.

  • Trip Fact - 20 days
  • Trip Code : HST-CB-02
  • Trek Start/End: Lukla
  • Grade: Moderate / Difficult
  • Trek start Elevation : 2810 m.
  • Highest Elevation: 6476 m.
  • Group Size : Minimum 2 People
  • Best time : October, November, December, February, March, April
  • Mode of Trek : Teahouse / Tent
  • Trek Duration: 20 days
mera peak climbing

Mera peak climbing is the situated surrounded by the high Himalayan in the world. The flight 45m is incredible, it is a great experience in your life. The summit of the Mera Peak view of the world highest mountains. Sherpa culture and friendly people. Highland of the world. The unforeseen view of Mt, Everest (8848m) and another world highest mountains. Popular peak climbing of Mera peak (6476m). The high camp offerings to you panoramic view of Kanchanjunga, Chamlang, Makalu and Baruntse sweeping around from the east and Amadablam, Cho- Oyu, and Kangtega to the west. The Mera Peak better view to climbing north face.

Mera Peak Climbing (6470 m) would be the best choice for beginner climber who is willing to reach the height above 6000 m with minimum difficulty and less challenge. This beautiful peak lies in the south of Mt Everest and northeast from Lukla. Mera peak is the second popular peak for climbers in terms of a number of climbers attending annually. The reason it’s very popular is five of the world 8000  among 14 mountain are visible in the very close distance. Reaching to the summit of Mera peak is like gradual mountain walk that goes through the crevasse and glacier terrain though it’s not very difficult and strenuous in terms of climbing difficulty thus we should respect the towering height of Mera Peak.
Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing made the first successful expedition of Mera peak on 20th may 1953 then after many climbers started to scale this mountain. The route that Jimmy has used on 1953 is still the standard route that leads up to the summit of Mera Peak.

There should be sufficient acclimatization before we reach base camp for the summit. Best way to get acclimatize is to walk slowly like trekking 500M ascend maximum per day or can take some days acclimatization break at 3500M and 4500 elevation that helps to get adopted with the new climate. Altitude sickness and rushing can ruin the trip so as to avoid these things we should take a slow pace and sufficient acclimatization. There is a bunch of option for getting well acclimatization that we can take a flight to Lukla and trek to Everest base camp and then cross Amphu Labtsa-La Pass(5780M) or we can have some few days excursion around Namche Bazaar to get well acclimatization.

Himalayan smile treks & adventure has successfully conducted little expedition for Mera Peak previously. To avoid the incident and failure we are operating such expedition with a team of experts who have decade-long experience and has the excellent skill that is sufficient to deal.

Mera Peak Climbing Highlight

  • 45 minute scenic mountain flight to Lukla
  • Trekking Everest Base Camp (Optional)
  • Amphu Labtsa Pass(5780M)
  • Close up view of five mountain over 8000M
  • Sherpa people and culture
  • Trekking through off beat track trail ( Thuli Kharka way)

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