Most of the trekker accepts the fact that you will find the amazing and unique views of the Mountains while climbing in Mera Peak. Mere Peak Climbing is one of the Popular and exciting Adventure climbing and it can be your best trekking destination in 2021/2022.
To Mera Peak, you always have a choice which approach you want either it’s an easy way or a difficult way you want to pass. Mera Peak Climbing will take you to the summit of the 6,461m (21, 190ft).
Our Mera Peak itinerary is for a total of 20 days. It is built to offer you the best of both worlds: trekking in the Khumbu region and climbing one of the region’s most famous peaks. The climbing of Mera peak has the advantage of being physically easier than other trekking peaks. Peak climbing, on the other hand, is inherently more physically difficult than trekking. The short route to the base camp is through the Zatrwa La pass, but we prefer to take the longer route to enable us to acclimate well before the climb. From Lukla, we travel south into the Hinku valley. The route is captivating, with breathtaking views of mountains, valleys, glaciers, and mountainous terrain.
Journey to Mera Peak
Your journey to Mera Peak will start on Day 3, in Day 1 and Day 2 you will be touring around Kathmandu valley. A guided tour of the art historical and cultural sites around Kathmandu city that have been identified as the UNESCO world heritage sites in Nepal is included in the sightseeing tour in Kathmandu. On Day 3 you will be flying to Lukla from Kathmandu and your trek will start. Till Day 3 your trek will be a privilege with a comfortable path and breadth taking a view of mountains and villages around Piya.
The journey up to Mera Peak is such a satisfying hike, with frozen lakes, hanging glaciers, and views that few people ever see. Before climbing Mera Peak you want to collect as much information as you could to be pre-prepared for any situation.
Here are some of the important information before the Mera Peak Trek.
Best Time to Climb Mera Peak?
The best season to trek in Mera Peak is spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). We suggest climbing at the end of October because in October the weather and climate are much clear and you can enjoy the mesmerizing view and scenery of the Mountains.
For an experienced trekker, a winter trek is also possible with all the pre-arrangement and proper precautions. But should be prepared for all kinds of uncertainty in the way. Higher-elevation weather and temperatures are unpredictable. There is still a fear of bad weather in such circumstances. At any moment, the temperature will drop dramatically, and snowfall can occur on any given day.
If this happens, the already challenging Mera Peak climb will become even more difficult. For easy climbing, a warm temperature and days without rain or snow are needed.
How hard is Mera Peak Climbing?
You can’t underestimate 6654 M. technically it is not so difficult but if the weather fails it’s hard for even professionals.
At high altitudes, breathing can be difficult, but with proper acclimatization, keeping hydrated, and eating well, the body can recover and adjust to the altitude. After leaving Mera Base Camp, the real alpine challenge begins, with much of the climbing taking place on steep ice and snow surfaces. To get to high camp, you’ll have to walk for 4-6 hours.
Since the snow slopes do not exceed 30 degrees, Mt. Mera Peak does not require professional peak climbing experience. There will be fixed ropes and fixed lines to keep you secure. During the climb to the top, you will be following the climbing Sherpa’s orders and footsteps.
How long does it take to climb Mera Peak?
Mera Peak’s journey is of 18 days long and full of adventure. This expedition begins in Kathmandu, Nepal’s ancient capital. It then travels to Lukla. After a scenic 35-minute flight from Kathmandu, we will arrive in Lukla. From Lukla, we will follow a trail to Paiya.
Our Mera Peak Route is Paiya (2,730m/8,956ft) -Panggom (2,846m/9,337ft) -Chhatra Khola (2,800m/9,186ft) -Kothe (3,691m/12,109ft) -Thaknak (4,358m/14,297ft),-Khare (5,045m/16,486ft) -Mera High Camp (5,780m/18,958ft) – peak (6,461m/21,1907ft) and descend down to Khare (5,045m/16,547ft) . Your First-day trek will be comfortable with mesmerizing views of the mountain but as the height increases difficulty level will increase. If you want to know how long it takes to ascend from the base camp to the summit, it takes about 6 hours.
How much does it cost to climb Mera Peak?
Any climbing company’s package price is determined by the company’s performance rate, client requirements, and how the company handles the entire adventure. The cost of the Mera peak expedition is USD 2,480 per person, according to the Heaven Himalaya provides top-of-the-line, all-inclusive peak climbing facilities. Climbers don’t have to think about anything with our squad, so they can concentrate entirely on their climbing vacation and the fun that awaits them.
Mera Peak Gear List
When going on a hike, everybody needs gears, here are some of the most common hiking equipment resources while trekking in Mera Peak.
- Mountaineering Harness
- Descender, ascender/ Jhumar
- Screwgate Karabiners
- Walking Axe
- Climbing Helmet
- An altimeter or a GPS Watch
- Mountaineering Boots
- Prussic Loop
- Snow Bars
- Ice Hammer
- Ice Screw
From the Mera Peak on a bright day, you can see five of the world’s six tallest mountains. Lhotse, Cho Oyu , Makalu , and Everest are all close by, and also you can see Kangchenjunga .
Most notably, the climbing itinerary for the Mera peak climbing has been meticulously planned by Heaven Himalaya. We are assured that by following this meticulously planned path, you can reach Nepal’s highest trekking point. We’ve been planning expeditions like this for years. We guarantee that with us, you will enjoy every moment while trekking Mera and won’t be missing anything. Join Us to Mera Peak Climbing, Heaven Himalaya is always ready to give its best to our clients. Also, View our full Mera Peak Climbing Package.