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Mera Peak Climbing

  • Trip Duration:18 days
  • Trip Grading: Easy
  • Max Altitude: 6476m (21247ft)
  • Best Time: autumn and spring

Trip Overview

Mera Peak climbing is one of the most demanding and popular trekking destinations of the world. This beautiful mountain is located in the edge of the Khumbu region and attracts a number of tourists in this beautiful region. A trek to the summit of Mera peak is especially designed for those trekkers and mountaineers who wish to climb to one of the summits of our country and also want an experience on climbing the highest mountains of our country. Mera Peak, that lies in the Mahalangur section offers some of the best views of beautiful mountain scenes including Everest (Highest mountain of the world), Cho Oyu (8118m), Lhotse (8516m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), Makalu (8485m) and many other mighty Himalayas.

Mera Peak is an ideal trekking destination and you will also get a closer view of the world’s highest mountain from its summit. The best time for going on this trek is the autumn and spring season. The summit of Mera peak offers the majestic views of five highest peaks of the world including Everest, Lhotse, Cho-Oyu and many other beautiful mountains. The sightseeing of the unique culture and lifestyle of people living in the Khumbu region is also another major attraction of this beautiful journey.

One should need a good physical stamina and good climbing experience to reach to the summit of this beautiful mountain. You will get some climbing skills and technique from our professional guides in the base camp which will help you to reach to the summit of this mountain. Chances of avalanches, heavy snowfall, ice falls and injury is a bit common as we will be climbing above the height of 6000m.

The journey to the summit of this beautiful mountain starts with the sightseeing of some of the famous places of the capital city of our country. We will then take a short and scenic flight to Lukla which will take about 35 minutes and also provides the best views of Himalayan ranges from the aircraft. We will then follow the southern trail and trek to South Lukla to reach the beautiful Hinku valley. Trekking ahead from Hinku valley and then crossing the dense rhododendron and oak forests will take us to the base camp of this peak. Our professional guides will provide you some easy and basic techniques which will help you in the climb. Trekking ahead from the base camp will take us to the summit of this beautiful mountain.


Detail Itinerary

 30 min Drive  Hotel/Resort

When you start to see the Himalayan belt from Nepali skies, we will be at the airport for your arrival. Our team will provide a transfer to your hotel via vehicle. The team will assist until you will check-into the hotel. After all the things are done, you can lay onto the bed for the rest after a long air flight.

Or else, you can visit our office to know information and facts about Mera Peak Climbing. During the evening time, you will get invited to the dinner, which will be dedicated to your warm welcome. In that mean period, we will get to know each other more closely.

Meals: Welcome Dinner




Kathmandu is the vintage capital city of Nepal which holds so much of old arts, temples, and monuments. The Kathmandu city tour is a thing not to miss while in Nepal. Therefore, the second day of the Mera Peak Climbing itinerary is scheduled as the city tour. There are several world heritage sites in Kathmandu like Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Boudhanath Stupa, and Swyambhunath Stupa and more.

These all of the sites are worth visiting because of their cultural significance, but it is not possible to tour all of them in a day. You have to decide on 3 to 4 places out of all. It will be one of the eventful days of the entire trek as you will trace yourself back to the ancient civilization by making sites tour.

After the successful city tour, you will visit the marketplace for some last-minute shopping. Thamel is the ultimate shopping destination for every trekker and climbers in Nepal. Lastly, you will get back to your hotel for the overnight before the actual start of the trip.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (B, L, D)



 45 min Flight & 4-5 hrs Trek  Lodge

Get ready; you are about to start the quest of Mera peak summit. Just like most of the Everest region trek, this expedition will also start with a 45 minutes long flight till Lukla(2800m). The flight will be one of the best experiences of your life. You will get to observe the unreal vision of the entire Himalayan range and greenest hills.

The aerial show will end after landing in Lukla airport, one of the most dangerous airports in the world. While landing, you may feel your heart is popping out of the mouth. Lukla is a gateway to all of the Everest adventures from Mt Everest Expedition to Everest Base Camp Trek. Upon your arrival at Lukla, you will get Local Area Permit from the local authority to move further.

There are several restricted villages that require a permit to enter. After getting the permit, you will head towards east from Lukla for Chhuthang(3020m). Along the way, you will pass several small Sherpa settlements scattered in short distances. You will move forward by touching and seeing the Buddhist Mani walls and Prayer wheels.

Then comes the thick forest of Rhododendron and Pine trees which guides you through the less-trekked trails. This forest stays just below the Kalo Himal Ridge. There are many trails connected with the standard trail which can be confusing, so stay connected with the group and guide. Just follow the stream connected trails as they all go to Chhutang, your ultimate stop.

Meals: (B, L, D)

Altitude: 3,020m

Flight Duration: 45 minutes

Trek Duration: 4-5 hrs


 5-6 hrs Trek  Lodge

Having your breakfast done at Chhuthang, you will proceed toward Tuli Kharkha(4,600m). While moving ahead on the trail, you will come in front of a steep trailed hill. This will be the first strenuous climb of Mera Peak climbing journey, as you will put all efforts to reach at the Zatrawala Pass top(4,600m).

From the top, you can enjoy the picturesque views of Kongdi Ri, Karyolang Peak, Number Himal, Lumding Himal, and many more. And then you will descend down to Thuli Kharka via Chattre for nearly 1 to 2 hours. All over the trails, you will traverse through some Yak pasture lands. Yaks grazing over such a beautiful terrain, is an unreal and iconic view.

The last trekking hours will be fun as you will get more of such views. Your amazing trekking day will come to its end when you will finish the scenic fall down to Thuli Kharka. Thuli Kharka is a big pasture with several basic tea houses. Your overnight will be at one of the lodges.

Meals: (B, L, D)


Trek Duration: 5-6 hrs


 6-7 hrs Trek  Lodge

You will leave Thuli Kharka Kothe(4,182m) after having breakfast. Today’s trail will lead you to the Hinku valley of the Khumbu region. Trek will start with a gentle descend just in front of mountain views. And slowly the track will get a bit disturbed with regular uphills and downhills. But you will enjoy the trek anyway as you will be sliding through the midst of the green and lush forest of Rhododendrons, Pines, Oaks.

As soon as you enter the Hinku valley, you will get the first sight of ultimate destination, i.e. Mera Peak. There will be Mera Peak and several other snow-dotted peaks teasing the Everest skies, and the view is just irresistible. After the view from the tops, you have to make a descent through a bit of straight hill. This particular trail can make you slip if you try to make it quick, so hike slowly.

It won’t take too much time and effort to reach the riverbed of the Hinku River from the top. Kothe lies one uphill climb away from the bank of Hinku River; you will push for the last stretch of the day to reach Kothe. To the Hinku valley’s west side sits Kothe which is home to the serene wilderness and some Tea houses. The time at Kothe is completely enjoyable.

Meals: (B, L, D)


Trek Duration: 6-7 hrs


 4-5 hrs Trek  Lodge

After spending a night at Kothe, it is now time to move forward in the Mera Peak Climbing journey. Thangnak will be today’s destination, and you have to place your footsteps once again along the Hinku River’s riverbed. This river bordered trail guides you towards Gondishung. Walking in the Mera Peak’s shadow, you will reach Gondishung and have lunch there.

There a few walks from the Gondishung, you will get to see a two-century-old Buddhist Gompa, Lungsumgba Gompa. People believe that lighting the shrine at this Gompa makes the Mera Peak Climbing successful. In the midday, you will find a rock art that depicts the exact picture of Mera Peak. Get some pictures there before you make the final stretch to reach Thangnak(4,326m).

Here onwards, the trail is easy to trek, so you enjoy the beautiful surrounding. You will reach Thangnak with very little pain and so many views. Thangnak is a Pasture land that sees locals only during Summer to graze their Yaks. But, there are some basic tea houses to provide food and night stay for Mera Peak ascenders.

Meals: (B, L, D)


Trek Duration: 4-5 hrs


 5-6 hrs Trek  Lodge

Mera Peak climbing trail moves towards Khare from Thangnak. This is a bit difficult trek day as you have to pass through the steep moraine trails. The Moraine way will be from Dig Glacier to Dig Kharka where you will be in front of Charpate Himal. This trial will make posts as near as to the nose of Hinku Nap and Shar glaciers. Watch out the track and walk carefully; glacier’s way is the most difficult.

After that, there will be a steep hill climb that ends at Khare. This climb will be steeper than the earlier climbs. Therefore, save some energy before starting this climb. The 3 to 4 hours of uphill trek will end after reaching Khare where you can get as many Mera peak views as possible. Khare is the acclimatization point of the Mera Peak climbing itinerary which means you will spend another day tomorrow here.

Meals: (B, L, D)

Altitude: 5000m

Trek Duration: 5-6 hrs



One or two days for acclimatization day is a must in any of high altitude adventures. And peak expedition is the supreme of all of the high adventures. You cannot go straight for the climb without a single acclimatization day. Doing so can cause you to get caught by altitude sickness.

This sickness is prone to any person travelling at an altitude above 5000 meters. And, Mera Peak climbing goes even higher than that as you know the highest point is the summit itself with 6,476m. You have to breathe the air at the height of 6,476m on this Mera Peak expedition.

Without acclimatization before the summit day, you will have an increased risk of altitude sickness. Your body needs some time to adapt to the newer altitudes. Therefore, this rest or acclimatization day at Khare is included in the Mera Peak climbing itinerary. On this day, you will spend the entire day around Khare which is the gateway to Mera Base Camp.

Meals: (B, L, D)


 3-4 hrs Trek  Tented camp

With every other day passing, you are moving closer and closer to Mera Peak. You will leave Khare early morning to reach Mera Base Camp(5300m) this day. This stretch is not as easy as the earlier trials; rather, it’s technically demanding. Your way to base camp will be through the steep way of Mera glacier.

You are known to the fact that the glacier trails are more difficult to walk than the normal ones. You have to reach a glacier top to arrive at Mera Peak Base Camp. Soon after reaching the Mera Base Camp, your Sherpa team will unpack the camping and food equipment. This will be the first day of some more camping days on the Mera Peak journey.

You will rest at the campsite made by your companions and have the delicious food made by them. Spending a night in the camp just under the open and star-dotted sky is such an appealing night. Lay your back nicely as tomorrow is another important day of the expedition.

Meals: (B, L, D)

Altitude: 5300m

Trek Duration: 3-4 hrs


 3-4 hrs Trek  Tented camp

After base camp now it is time for ascending the Mera High Camp. Hence, you will sign off from the base camp after having the breakfast made by your Sherpas. The trail from base camp connects the Mera La Pass which is a steep climb through the rocky and snowy track. Even after the Mera La Pass, the track does not seem to slope down; it is as steep as the first stretch.

Pushing your body along the track on a steep track for several hours will lead you to the Mera High Camp. And, then you can inhale the cool breeze from the Mera High Camp with some breathtaking mountain scenes. Peaks like Everest, Nuptse, Baruntse, Chamlang, Makalu, and several others are easily viewable. While you enjoy the view, your crew member will set up the campsite for your rest. Enjoy the food and observe the starry night at the Mera High Camp.

Meals: (B, L, D)

Altitude: 5700m

Trek Duration: 3-4 hrs


 Tea House/Lodge

This is the most important day of the entire Mera Peak Climbing as you will scale the summit. With all of the mountaineering equipment ready you will move forward way before the first rays of dawn. You have to start climbing, early morning at around 2 AM in order to reach the summit before noon. The Mera peak summit receives strong winds after 12 pm, and this can increase difficulties.

Therefore, after having breakfast, you will follow the footsteps of your experienced guide. The summit climb is easy with no or small technical climbs; you can do it with the right guidance of our guides. Once you reach the top, you will be out-spoken by the views of several eight-thousanders and other peaks. Mt Everest, Mt Cho Oyu, Mt Makalu are some of them.

You will sense a huge level of success while enjoying the mountains from the summit. After all, your months-long dream has come true. Celebrate the glory before descending back to Khare for the night stay.

Meals: (B, L, D)

Altitude: 6,476m

Trek Duration: 8-9 hrs


 Tented Camp

The weather of higher regions is very unpredictable. The same is the case about the Mera peak, the weather of the higher Everest region is never a sure thing. Due to the bad weather, it can happen that your summit day can vary. Therefore, as the reserve day, this day works in case of bad weather on the scheduled date. But, if everything has gone according to the Mera Peak Climbing itinerary, you can continue the trek as planned.

Meals: (B, L, D)


 5-6 hrs Trek  Lodge

After ticking the bucket list at the summit and returning to Khare, it is time for Kothe. In that stretch, you will pass through Thangnak before reaching Kothe. Thangnak is the same place where you have spent one night already during arrival. But this time, you don’t need to stay in Thangnak as the Kothe is easily accessible within 3 to 4 hours of trek.

The route is mostly downhill and down sloped trails are easier and quicker to walk on. While retracing the trail from Khare to Kothe, you will experience a decrease in the altitudes. Your walk will be mostly amid the dense forest of Oak, Pine, Rhododendron trees. Descending trails and lush vegetation, will make you love the experience of retracing the trail.

Meals: (B, L, D)

Trek Duration: 3-4 hrs


 5-6 hrs Trek  Lodge

From Kothe, you will leave for Thuli Kharka after having a nice breakfast at Kothe.

This day is not the same as the earlier day; it involves more uphill trek than downhill. You will be walking past forested trails that will take you towards the western side of Hinku Valley. Thuli Kharka resides just near the Hinku valley, and it is trekkable after the walk of 5 to 6 hours from Kothe.

You will be at Thuli Kharka for the second time to enjoy the amusing time. If you have missed any of the mountain views from the Thuli Kharka, it is the time to recover. Thuli Kharkha hosts the vigilant show of Mera Central and its other faces. Get enough of the Mera peak views before you leave this place.

Meals: (B, L, D)

Trek Duration: 5-6 hrs


 6 hrs Trek  Lodge

Today will be the last day when you will get to trek on the Mera Peak climbing journey. This trek will be fun as you leave Thuli Kharka for reaching Lukla in a single day. Before reaching Lukla, you will pass via Zatrawala Pass one more time. You have to ascend the pass before starting the downhill trek. Zatrawala Pass is high enough to provide views of most of the Everest peaks.

You will get obsessed with the views. After some 6 hours of retracing the trek, you will reach Lukla. You are scheduled to take the flight back to Kathmandu tomorrow. Therefore, this will be the last day at the serene Lukla and Everest region. So, try to get the most out of last night at Lukla.

Meals: (B, L, D)

Trek Duration: 6-7 hrs



Your time around Lukla will finish when you head for an early flight to Kathmandu.

And within 45 minutes, you will land in Kathmandu airport after enjoying the aerial view of Nepal. Our team will drop you at your hotel. As you will reach Kathmandu before noon, that means you still have time for a city tour.

Hence, if you have missed any of the sightseeing, you can opt for today to utilize it. Or else, you can just lay in your bed at the hotel for the rest after the long journey.

Meals: BB Plan

Flight Duration: 45 minutes



For more than two weeks, you were busy on the trek. You didn’t have any time for hangouts and shopping. This is the day to enjoy the time in Kathmandu. You can go shopping or have a nice lunch or any of the refreshments on this day. There are places like Thamel, Naxal, Durbar Marg where you can indulge yourself on this leisure day. The whole team will have dinner on the successful completion of the tour and farewell as well during evening time.

Meals: BB Plan + Farewell Dinner

You will get a hotel transfer to the airport for your departure. It was such a memorable journey with you. See you again.

Meals: Breakfast

Before You Go

Medical Checklist

Even if you are not health conscious, you better consult with your doctor and pharmacists for brands and necessary medicines. Because, the medical facility or treatment you find in your country may not be possible to find here, so as the medicine. The brand you may take in a kind of illness you suffer from may not be possible to find here. Thus make the lists of medicines and medical equipment. The medicines including that of Aspirin for preventing pain for fever, flu tablets for nasal decongestant, multivitamins for a longer trip, an antihistamine for allergies, antibiotics particularly when you are traveling off the beaten trail, anti-inflammatory for muscle pain, medicine for diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, rehydration to prevent dehydration, insect repellent, sunscreen, lip balm, and eyes drops, antifungal cream, bandages, band-aids (plasters) and other wound dressings, water purification tablets, scissors, tweezers and a thermometer, sterile kit in case you need injections in a country with medical hygiene problems. For this, all the details of medicines and medical lists, discuss with your doctor and pharmacists.

Similarly, you better have the necessary vaccinations before you visit Nepal, although there is a rare chance of serious illness, in case you may suffer from it.
Bring at least a few passport size photos and Nepali cash for visa on-demand at the airport and at the border crossing, also for trekking permit and Trekking Information Management System cards that are necessary during your trekking in the Himalayas.

Likewise, you have to be conscious enough and prepare for necessary trekking gears, many items can be obtained, purchased, or can be taken in rent but may not be as original or durable as that of stuff as of your country. The essential gears mean, for instance, footwear, clothing, etc which needs to be brought from your country depending upon the activities you wish to organize or in a particular season you wish to travel. If you wish to go trekking either you wish to go for camping trekking or tea house trekking. For instance, if you wish to do a tea house trekking, you won’t need camping equipment. The types of gear you bring depend largely on the type of trek you are planning to do in Nepal. The essential gears vary depending upon the activities you wish to conduct, the season you wish to visit, the season you wish to travel.

Equipment checklists

The lists here are only general guides to the things you might take on trekking, as said above, The types of gear you bring depends largely on the type of trek you are planning to do in Nepal.


Trekking boots, hat (warm) scarf and gloves, waterproof jacket, umbrella, trousers, running shoes, sandals or flip-flops, shorts, and trousers or skirt, thermal underwear, sunhat, fleece jacket, T-shirt–2 or 3 and a long-sleeved shirt with collar and so forth.


backpack, sleeping bag and silk liner, maps, compass and guidebook, water bottle, torch–flashlight, spare batteries, duffle bag–if you have a porter.

Camping trekking

Trowel, if no toilet tent, sleeping mat, cooking, eating and drinking utensils, dishwashing items, stove with windscreen and maintenance kit and fuel, tent, and so forth.

Miscellaneous items

Toiletries, quick-drying camp towel, toilet paper, cigarette lighter, sunscreen, polarizing sunglasses, pocket knife, iodine, water-purification tablets, medical and first aid kit, insect repellent, an emergency kit including a whistle and waterproof matches, candle, etc.

High altitude areas above 4,000 m

If you are going to trekking high-altitude areas you better take some more gears such as–thermal underwear, woolen hat, gloves, gaiters, down jacket or down vest, etc.

Optional equipment

Camera, memory card and battery charger, spare batteries, binoculars, backpack cover to name a few.

These aforementioned lists are only the general guide, you better inquiry send us mail in our address, we will send you the lists of equipment and gears you need to bring, as per the destination you wish to have trekking.?

Cost Included

  • Two nights standard accommodation in 2/3/4/5 star category hotel in Kathmandu located tourist center, or up to you.
  • Meals on full board (Breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trekking
  • Local fresh fruits like orange, apple, banana and grape etc.
  • All accommodations during the trek.
  • Your destination map.
  • Both ways domestic Flights with airport tax.
  • An experienced Government licensed holder Climbing guide and porter to carry your luggage during the trek.
  • Permit
  • Food, drinks, accommodation, insurance, salary, equipment’s, transportation, local tax for Guide and porter
  • Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • If you need we will provide you sleeping bag, down jackets, Duffle bag and, if necessary etc.
  • All necessary Government paper works and national park entry permits and TIMS Card etc.
  • Travel & Rescue arrangement.
  • All government taxes and Vat.

Cost not Include

  • Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & drop by private car or van. It is depend of the group.
  • Meals yourself Kathmandu (L+D).
  • equipment / Gears
  • Your Travel insurance.
  • International airfare.
  • Nepal entry visa (You can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Nepal’s Airport in Kathmandu).
  • All kind drinks (Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks, Water )
  • Personal shopping and laundry etc.
  • Personal trekking Equipment’s.
  • Tips for trekking staff and driver. (Tipping is expected, but it is not mandatory)
  • If do any tour and sightseeing and other activities etc.


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