About Mera Peak Climbing

Choosing Mera Peak as a climbing destination is a rational decision of any climbers as the peak offers rewarding view of various mountains. It is popular for its unparalleled scenic beauty. The astounding beauty of Mount Everest, Kanchanjunga, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho-oyo and many other mountains capture your heart.

Located in Khumbu Region, the altitude of the peak is 6,416m from sea level. Regulus recommends physical fitness and mental toughness before experiencing Mera Peak.

The journey to Mera Peak is quite stimulating as you will be enjoying picturesque view and culturally rich villages on the trail. The greenery and winding rivers will make the trail pleasant.   

Mera Peak is located near Island Peak in southeast direction. Access to Mera Peak is a bit difficult than other peaks. It is regarded as highest peak for climbing in Nepal.

The use of ropes, crampons, ice axe among other equipments is common while climbing Mera Peak. The crossing of a glacier with open crevasses and climbing fixed line by the use of jumar makes the climbing more exciting and thrilling.

The final portion of Mera Peak climbing is somewhat challenging where you need to show excellent level of climbing techniques and fitness level. The summit is of around 13 hours which starts during night or midnight. The sunshine and blowing wind in the peak during day time makes the climbing impossible so climbers summit at night. 

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 1Arrival in Kathmandu
  • Day 2Flight to Lukla Trek to Paiya (Chutok)
  • Day 3Trek to Pangkoma
  • Day 4Trek to Nigmsa (Shibuche)
  • Day 5Trek to Chetrakhola
  • Day 6Trek to Kothe
  • Day 7Trek to Thagnag
  • Day 8Acclimation Day at Thagnag
  • Day 9Trek to Khare
  • Day 10Trek to Mera Base Camp
  • Day 11Trek to High Camp
  • Day 12Trek to Summit/Back to Base Camp
  • Day 13Trek to Khare
  • Day 14Trek to Kothe
  • Day 15Trek to Thuli Kharka
  • Day 16Trek to Lukla
  • Day 17Fly back to Kathmandu
  • Day 18Back to your country

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