From $ 2695 USD Per Person

Highlights

  • Experience the thrilling aircraft from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu,
  • Explore the remote highland villages, play with snow and frost in the Himalayas,
  • Climb the tough Himalayan viewpoint Mera Top from where you see the world’s 5 of above 8000m mountains including Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt. Lhotse (8516m), Mt. Makalu (8463m), Mt. Tso-Oyu (8201m), Mt. Kanchenjungha (8586m) and several other peaks,
  • Highly recommended trekking peak for adventure holiday hikers,
  • Non-technical climbing peak but altitudinally the tough risky,
  • Prepare the perfect physical fitness and mentally strong personality,

Overview

Mera Peak is called the trekking peak which is equally popular holiday destination for adventure Trekking and Climbing enthusiasts. It is altitudinally the highest peak in Nepal which was first climbed by Col. Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing in 20th may 1953. After that, more than 100 of 1000 of adventure enthusiast climbed this peak successfully. This peak is technically easy peak to climb but it requires the perfect physical fitness, good health condition and simple climbing experience. This peak is highly recommended trekking peak because of its great mountain views. On the top of Mera Peak, 5 of the world’s above 8,000 meters mountains have seen. They are Mt. Everest (8,848m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), Mt. Makalu (8,463m, Mt. Tso-Oyu (8,201m) and Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586m) as well as several other angelic snowy peaks in Khumbu region.

Detailed Information about Mera peak climbing

 Mera peak is situated in the Mahalangur Himalayan section and Barun sub-section in the Nepal’s Himalayas in Everest region. This peak is altitudinally the tough but technically travel friendly peak to climb. This peak is on the part of peak 38 so, some people say, Mera peak is mistakenly named the Mera. There are 3 tops all total, they are Mera North (6475m), Mera South (6065m) and Mera central (6461m). All of these are equally kept it value as the climbing peak but Mera North is highly climbed peak of the National Mountaineering Assosiation of Nepal’s (NMA) record.

Best time for Mera Peak Climbing

Mera peak is non-technical climbing peak but it is altitudinally the tough trekking peak among the several other peaks in Nepal. Generally, the best time to climb Mera Peak is in Mid-March to May in Spring and October to Mid-December in Autumn for its weather clearance, perfect visibility and suitable temperature. You can climb Mera Peak in January but you should have to face the cold temperature and face the heavy snow fall sometime and also in June, July and August is possible to climb Mera Peak but that is the monsoon time in Nepal and you should have to face the heavy rainfall and cloudy weather almost all day.

Mera Peak Climbing Cost

The climbing cost depends on the duration of time, services and group size. Generally, we take U$2695 per person for Mera Peak climbing cost. The included list is as below:

  1. All ground transportation in Nepal including our itinerary
  2. 3 nights hotel at Kathmandu with Bed & Breakfast. The hotel is well facilitated 3-star level.
  3. Sightseeing Kathmandu valley UNESCO world heritage side, (a) Kathmandu Durbar Square (b) Swoyambhunath Buddhist Monastery (c) Boudhanath Buddhist monastery (d) And finally Pashupatinath Hindu Temple. Rest of the time, prepare at trekking.
  4.  All entrance fee for Kathmandu valley sightseeing
  5.  2-way plane ticket from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu
  6.  All meals and accommodation while trekking and climbing
  7. The salary, foods, accommodations, transportation and insurance for Nepali crew staffs
  8. All TIMS and Peak Climbing permit for guest
  9.  First aid kit box, sleeping bags, stick, duffle bag pack and some climbing equipment for guest but that is refundable after the programs
  10. Welcome and farewell dinner at cultural restaurant in Kathmandu.

Mera Peak Climbing Gear List

The climbing gears are the main things to climb the peak successfully. These are listed below:

  1.  Helmet for head protection
  2. Climbing Boot for foot safety
  3. Crampons for climb boot
  4. Harness and Ascender for safety climbing
  5. Ice Axe for climbing help
  6. Main rope for personal safety
  7. Carabiner and figure 8

These are the main safety items, that is mostly needed while climbing. Some list as below are the needed things for trekking and also climbing too. These are listed below:

  • Good quality headlight, a pair of battery and solar charger for camera and mobile
  • Sunscreen & cold cream for body protection
  • Sleeping bag at least -30-degree, Duffle bag for bag pack and day bag
  • A pair of sport shoes & saddle
  • Some pairs waterproof and wind proof Jacket & trousers, & T-shirt
  • A pair of stick, sun and snow glasses, some pair gloves for trekking & climbing

About the high-altitude sickness

High-altitude sickness is the major problem for everybody in the Himalayas. The symptom of high-altitude sickness is headache, dizzying, nausea, indigestion, fatigue, insomnia, and back paining. The option to safe from high-altitude sickness is drink sufficient water and take the soups and liquids, walk slowly and maintained the height every day. If the high-altitude sickness happened then, the best options is descending as soon as possible or rescue by the Helicopter because, mountain always wait us but not wait our life to the mountain.

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