Mera Peak Climbing-19 Days
Mera Peak Climbing is probably the one of the greatest experience for adventure lovers. Mera Peak (6,476 m/21,247 ft.) is one of the Nepal’s highest trekking peaks, which is located south of Mount Everest. From the summit of Mera Peak we can watch one of the most beautiful panoramas of Nepal that includes Ama Dablam, Everest, Lhotse, Baruntse, Makalu and Kangchenjunga. The traditional Mera Peak route is straight via the Zatra La Pass, but we follow the way that goes south from Lukla and then we will reach the Panggom La (3286m). We hike through small Sherpa villages, Pine and rhododendron forests that will take us to the wild Hinku Valley and ultimately to reach the Mera Peak.
Compared to other peaks, the Mera Peak climbing is an affordable summit for a first mountaineering experience in Nepal. The route on the north side is easier for new mountaineers and involves trekking on a glacier at high altitude, with crampons and ice axes. The weather and snow conditions must be good for the safety and success of the summit.The route from the west or the south face of the Mera Peak climb is more difficult than the north face and requires more experience in mountaineering. It is advisable to walk slowly with regular steps and to be well hydrated regularly.Our Expert Sherpa guide will decide on possible modifications if necessary, for the safety and the success of the ascent. It is necessary to know the basics of mountaineering and be in good physical shape to participate in this expedition and to reach the summit of Mera Peak.