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Country

Nepal

Duration

14

Trip Difficulty

very-strenuous

Group Size

1 to 20

Accommodation

Trekkers Hut

Max

6461m

Trip Type

Trekking and Tour

Meals

Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

$2,290

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No. of Persons

Price Per Person in USD 

  • 1-1

    $2,490

  • 2-5

    $2,290

  • 6-11

    $2,190

  • 12-20

    $2,090

Trip Highlights

  • Panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Makalu, Chamlang, Baruntse, Melungtse, Amadablam, Thamserku, Pumori, Tower Peak, Kusum Kanggru, Kanchanjunga from the summit.
  • Different Communities with a majority of Sherpa, Tamang, Chhetri, Brahmin, and Newar.
  • Great Himalayan Landscape.
  • Climb on top to the stunning and magnificent Mera peak with the far-reaching panorama of the Himalayas.
  • A popular 6000m trekking peak.
  • An enchanting journey through forests and obscure villages.
  • Prep at Mera Peak Base Camp and High Camp.
  • Climb with our certified and experienced Sherpa climbing guides.

Mera Peak Trek Overview:

The Mera Peak is one of the most popular trekking peaks in Nepal, and it is popular for a good reason. Situated in the Everest Region, the peak lies at an altitude of 6,476 meters. The summit of the peak provides a breathtaking 360-degree view of the Himalayan range, including Mount Everest (8,848m)Mt Lhotse (8,586m)Mt Cho Oyu (8,201m), and Mt Makalu (8,643m).

In the Mera Peak trek, you will find everything you can imagine, such as unique Sherpa settlements, lush forests, swinging suspension bridges, and traditional gompas. There’s something for everyone to enjoy. And of course, you can’t forget about the prayer flags and stunning mountain views.

Whether you’re an experienced climber or just looking for an adventure, Mera Peak is the perfect destination. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your trip today!

Why Mera Peak is the perfect choice for beginners?

Mera Peak trek is ideal for those who want to enjoy a little bit of everything Nepal has to offer. From the stunning views of the snow-capped mountains to the different cultural monuments and settlements, you’ll be treated to a truly unique experience.

Climbing Mera Peak is the perfect choice for beginners for a number of reasons. First and foremost, it’s one of the tallest peaks in the world that is open to anyone who wants to submit it. That’s because the Nepalese government has made it a priority to make Mera Peak accessible to as many people as possible. In fact, they’ve even set up a base camp at the base of the peak that provides all the necessary amenities for climbers.

The feeling of accomplishment after summiting a Himalayan peak is beyond words. Our team of expert guides and porters will ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable trek. The trek is moderate in difficulty and can be undertaken by people of all ages.

During your trek, you’ll be overcome with joy however make sure to take some time to just breathe and take some beautiful photos. The landscape below is described by some as snowy, moon-like scenery. Of course, these moments of bliss cannot be possible without some exhausting (but rewarding) trekking.

The Mera peak is the perfect choice for those who wish to attempt a Himalayan summit for the first time. It is an achievable goal, with a well-defined trail and a comfortable base camp that makes it the ideal choice for beginners. Getting to the summit is a truly amazing experience, as the views are simply breathtaking.

Best Time For Mera Peak Trekking

Mera Peak trekking is a popular option for those looking to explore the Everest region. The best times to make the trips are during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These seasons provide the best weather and clearest skies. It is possible to climb in the winter, though the snow can pose difficult challenges. The key is to be prepared and to have the right gear.

Additionally, you should avoid traveling during the monsoon season (June to September), since heavy rains and landslides can make it impossible for you to travel.

Once you’re on the trail, the hardest part is the ascent to the summit. The trail is steep and strenuous, and altitude sickness is a real concern. Be sure to take your time and acclimatize to the altitude before making your final push to the top.

The rewards, however, are more than worth it. From the summit, you’ll be treated to some of the most incredible views on earth. Soak it all in, and enjoy the feeling of accomplishment that comes with reaching the top of one of Nepal’s most iconic peaks.

Trekking Map, Route & Accommodation To Mera Peak

The trekking route to Mera Peak starts from Lukla, which is a small town in the Everest region of Nepal. Trekking routes from Lukla take you through the Everest region, then onto Mera High Camp after the village of Khare. The trekking route to Mera Peak is a strenuous one and takes around 14 days to complete.

After a short 45 minutes flight from Kathmandu, you’ll find yourself in Lukla – the gateway to the world’s tallest mountain. During your visit to Lukla, you’ll be mesmerized by the beauty of your surroundings and can’t resist taking pictures. While it’s fun to take in the sights, you’ll need to prepare for the trek ahead.

After a relaxing night of sleep, you’ll make your way through Lukla to Chutanga. The trail leads you toward the edge of the forest, where you’ll find beautiful rhododendron and pine trees. You’ll pass through several small villages before you reach the thick woods on the slope beneath the Kalo Himal Ridge.

The next day, you’ll be greeted with spectacular views of Numbur HimalKongdi RiKaryolang, and numerous other mountains and peaks. You’ll spend the night at Chatara La, and the following day is just as adventurous. You’ll pass through woodlands of juniper, rhododendron, and other local vegetation. Enjoy the views of Mera and the Hinku Valley, and keep an eye out for wild animals like sloth bears and mountain cats among the tall pine trees.

As you trek for hours on your fifth and sixth days, you will reach your acclimatization day on the seventh. Today is another acclimatization day, which means you’ll be moving one day closer to your high peak. Get ready to walk around and prepare for the peak.

On your next day, you’ll be trekking from Khare to Mera High Camp. This is an energetic day, as you’ll be able to take in the spectacular views of Everest, Makalu, Baruntse, Kusum Kanguru, and many other mountains. Moreover, If you haven’t taken any pictures yet, make sure to have your camera ready as you make your way back to Khare from Mera High Camp.

The next few days will be spent enjoying the hospitality and sights of the villages you’ll be visiting on our way back. But eventually, your short trek will come to an end in Thuli Kharka. From there, you’ll make your way back to Lukla, where we’ll say goodbye and depart for Kathmandu.

When you book a trekking package with us, you can rest assured that your accommodation will be taken care of according to the itinerary you have selected. You’ll be staying in tea houses and hotels along the way, and we will provide you with guides and porters to make sure you have the best possible experience.

The food that is offered on our trekking packages is of the highest quality and is absolutely delicious. You’ll be able to choose from a variety of different dishes, and we’ll make sure that you’re well-fed and taken care of throughout your journey.

Tips for a Successful Mera Peak Climb

Mera Peak is Nepal’s most popular trekking peak and for good reason. At 6,476m it’s the highest trekking peak in the country and offers stunning views of some of the world’s tallest mountains, including Mt. Everest. It’s also a relatively non-technical climb, meaning that you don’t need any special mountaineering skills or equipment for the summit.

However, that doesn’t mean that climbing Mera Peak is easy. You’ll still need to be in good physical shape and be prepared for the altitude. Here are some tips to help you have a successful climb.

1. Choose the right time of year to go

The best times to make the trip, though, are during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer the best weather conditions for trekking and climbing, with clear skies and moderate temperatures. Avoid the monsoon season (June to September), when heavy rains and landslides can make the trail impassable.

2. Get in shape

It is probably most important to remember that Mera Peak is only a moderate hike, so you will need to be in good physical shape to reach the summit. If you’re not used to hiking at altitude, start training a few months before your trip. Go for long hikes in the hills or mountains and try to do a few multi-day hikes. If you can, do some hikes with a backpack to get used to the extra weight.

3. Hire a guide

While it is possible to trek and climb Mera Peak without a guide, we highly recommend hiring one. As part of our package, you will receive a guide as well as porters to assist you throughout the trek. As a guide, you won’t only gain insight into the trail and technical sections of the climb, but also gain local knowledge and experience.

4. Stay hydrated & eat healthily

As your trek progresses to higher altitudes, it is extremely important that you stay hydrated and drink plenty of water. Be sure to drink enough water every day – at least 3-4 liters. You might not feel thirsty, but your body needs water to function properly.

On a similar note, it is important that you eat healthily throughout your trek. You’ll burn a lot of calories during your trek, so you need to replenish your energy. Don’t forget to eat plenty of carbs and protein throughout the day. Also, Snacks like nuts and bars are good choices for energy boosters.

5. Be prepared for the altitude

The altitude is one of the biggest challenges on the Mera Peak climb, so it’s important to be prepared for it. The best way to prepare for the climb is to acclimatize yourself. This involves gradually increasing your exposure to altitude over a few days or weeks. Symptoms of altitude sickness can include headache, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, and fatigue.

If you start to experience any of these symptoms, it’s important to descend to a lower altitude as soon as possible. In severe cases, altitude sickness can lead to edema (fluid in the lungs) or cerebral edema (fluid on the brain), which can be fatal.

Detail Itinerary

Includes

Includes

  • All transportation by private vehicle including airport transfers as per itinerary.
  • Three daily meals with tea/coffee (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
  • Round flight to Lukla
  • Professional Guide
  • Tented accommodation during the climb
  • Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, domestic airfare, food and accommodation
  • All necessary paper work; trekking permits and Mera peak climbing permit and Government taxes levied in Nepal
  • Porter service, two trekkers and 1 porter
  • Medical kit (carried by your guide)

Excludes

  • Nepalese visa fee
  • Kathmandu Hotel and food.
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu
  • Excess baggage charges (if you have more than 15 kg of luggage, a cargo charge is around $1.5 per kg)
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Altitude chamber (PAC) or oxygen
  • Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu (and also in the case of early return from the mountain than the scheduled itinerary)
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Personal climbing equipment
  • Personal climbing guide if requested
  • Optional trips and sightseeing if extended
  • Tips for guides and porters
  • Additional Cost if you decided to stay in any place, besides the itinerary, we suggest you make a private trip if so.

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mera peak climbing map

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Frequently Asked Questions.

Can a beginner climb Mera Peak?

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Even though Mera peak climbing is a strenuous type of climbing you don’t need to have special technical climbing skills. Beginners with high-altitude trekking experience can easily climb this peak with proper planning and preparation. You need to be physically and mentally fit to reach the altitude of 6476m.

If you have basic mountaineering it will be helpful. During this trek, you will also be given training about basic climbing skills from the professional Guides. So you don’t have to worry about using the ropes, ice axe, and other climbing equipment.

Can I climb Mera Peak without a guide?

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You need to climb through a professional licensed trekking agency and hiring a guide is a must for this climbing. The experiences Guide will help you to navigate the difficult terrain as well as help you to reach the summit successfully.

Guides are well-known about the route and also give you valuable insights into the surrounding environment, local culture, and wildlife. Additionally, if you are climbing any peak in the mountain region of Nepal you need to hire a professional local guide.

How long does it take to climb Mera Peak?

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If you are trekking through the standard route presented by the third adventure then the trip will be completed in 14 days from the arrival to the departure. And if you have your own itinerary plan then it is also possible to change according to your choice.

Depending upon your budget you can also choose the side trips along with this climbing. If you don’t want side trips but want to explore different places for sightseeing, tours, or adventure activities like paragliding, rafting, etc it is also possible. Don’t hesitate to ask us about any change or adjustment that you want to make to your itinerary. With our expert team, we are here for you to make your trip more memorable and adventurous in every possible way

What is the cost of Mera peak climbing?

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The cost of climbing Mera Peak varies from $2000 to $3500 per person. The cost of climbing is affected by various factors such as the number of climbers, itinerary days, transportation, accommodation, food, seasons, etc. So before you book the package, managing the budget wisely is extremely important.

If you want to save the cost try to climb in a big group because trekking agencies will provide heavy discounts if you are in a big group. Also, choose the best seasons for traveling, and don’t forget to book early. Further, you can also save some bucks by renting some gear and equipment here in Nepal.

How hard is Mera Peak?

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Being renowned as the highest climbing peak in Nepal, climbing Mera Peak is not as difficult as you think. If you have some high-altitude trekking experience with great physical and mental fitness then you can remark on this journey.

Climbing on this peak is a straightforward process but only in the last part you need to ascend vertically. Even though it has an extreme altitude of 6416m it is considered easier than most of the other trekking peaks in Nepal.

Which is the best time for climbing Mera Peak?

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The best time for climbing the Mera Peak is when the climatic conditions are perfect and the temperature also supports the climbers without adding difficulties. This type of ideal time is found during the month of the spring and autumn seasons.

Therefore, we suggest you climb on either in the spring or the autumn seasons to increase your chances of success and ensure a more comfortable experience.
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How to train for the Mera peak climbing?

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On this Mera peak summit, you need to walk daily for 6-7 hours uphill and downhill in a high-altitude area. So this summit demands a high level of physical fitness as well as mental fitness. There are certain ways to increase physical fitness:

  • Joining the Gym and Yoga
  • Start doing small hikes around your home
  • Do regular cardiovascular activities and aerobic exercise.
  • Do exercise that increases your strength
  • Hydrate your body all the time and eat a balanced diet of food
  • Meditation

Reviews

tibormathe

Belgium

It was a fantastic trip of a lifetime for me at Mera Peak.ganesh arranged the trip responsively and promptly answered my many questions. I was well taken care of throughout the trip by Sherpa Sudip, and appreciated the extra effort he had taken in arranging my itinerary when weather changed rapidly and unpredictably. Truly amazing experience when we summited. Thank you Sudip for the unforgettable experience! Thumbs up!

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Gordon W

Singapore

Thanks, Ganesh, Rabin, and the team for this wonderful Mera Peak trekking. Will definitely return back with Third Eye Adventure for the Manaslu trek.

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Adson

Egypt

I recently went to Mera Peak climbing in March with my family and we had an amazing time. The trip was professionally organized and the team at Third Eye Adventure was so knowledgeable and helpful. We hiked up to the top of Mera peak and were rewarded with stunning views. The trek itself was challenging but the staff was there to help and support us every step of the way. We had plenty of time to explore the area and take in the breathtaking sights.

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