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Mera Peak (6,654m)

Trip Code #MRP
DURATION:19 Days
ACTIVITY: Trekking / Peak Climbing
BEST SEASON: / autumn / spring 
START: Kathmandu
FINISH: Lukla
ACCOMMODATION: Tea House / Camping
GRADE: hard
AVAIABILITY: Yes
GROUP SIZE: 2+
MAX ALTITUDE: 6,654m

Trip Information

Mera peak is the highest trekking peak of Nepal and of course very popular trekking peak because this peak does not require any technical knowledge and prior climbing experience therefore this is the best option for beginner to start climbing high mountains. Physical fitness and mental conditions is always concerned very important factor for successful trip.

The panoramic view from the Mera Peak summit is one of the best view can be seen from the Himalaya including 8,000m peaks Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Kanchenjunga and Makalu as well as many other beautiful peaks.

The main route to reach the top of Mera Peak is from the north side walking through high altitude glacier therefore proper acclimatization is very important. Another route from south and west faces of the peak is consider more difficult and technical routes.

Itinerary

Day 01: Your arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: Fly to Lukla and trek to Chutanga ( 3050m. ), about 4 – 5 hours walk
Day 04: Rest day for acclimatization
Day 05: From Chutanga to Thulikharka ( 4300m. ), about 6 – 7 hours walk
Day 6 From Thulikharka to Mousamkharka ( 3700m. ), about 5 – 6 hours walk
Day 07: From Mausamkharka to Thagnak ( 4350m. ) , about 5 – 6 hours walk
Day 08: Rest day at Thagnak
Day 09: From Thagnak to Khare ( 5099m.) , about 5 – 6 hours walk
Day 10: From Khare to Base Camp ( 5300m. ), about 4 – 5 hours walk
Day 11: From Base Camp to High camp ( 5700m. ), about 4 – 5 hours walk
Day 12: From Summit (6476m.) to Base Camp (5300m.)
Day 13: One extra day for Summit
Day 14: From Base Camp to Thagnak ( 4350m. ), about 6 – 7 hours walk
Day 15: From Thagnak to Thasingdingma ( 3500m. ), about 6 – 7 hours walk
Day 16: From Thasingdingma to Chutanga ( 3050m. ), about 7 – 8 hours walk
Day 17: From Chutanga to Lukla ( 2800m. ), about 3 – 4 hours walk
Day 18: Fly to Kathmandu
Day 19: Final Departure

Inclusions

All vehicle services including airport pickup and drop
Welcome and Farewell dinner
Domestic flight fare
Accommodation in Kathmandu
3 times meal (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) and accommodation service during your trek.
Permits (Trekking and National park)
Permit and Fees for Peak Climbing.
Experienced English speaking guide, cook and support team
Skilled climbing guide
Salaries for all working member including porters, Sherpa, cook and guide
Staff Insurance

 

Exclusions

Your personal expenses
Beverages (Beer, Hard Drink)
Your food during your stay in Kathmandu
Personal trekking gears.
Personal climbing equipment.
Travel Insurance (Personal)
Staff Tips
Emergency rescue charge in such circumstances

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Mera Peak (6,654m)

Trip Code #MRP
DURATION:19 Days
ACTIVITY: Trekking / Peak Climbing
SEASON: / autumn / spring 
START: Kathmandu
FINISH: Lukla
ACCOMMODATION: Tea House / Camping
GRADE: hard
AVAIABILITY: Yes
GROUP SIZE: 2+
MAX ALTITUDE: 6,654m
Overview

Mera peak is the highest trekking peak of Nepal and of course very popular trekking peak because this peak does not require any technical knowledge and prior climbing experience therefore this is the best option for beginner to start climbing high mountains. Physical fitness and mental conditions is always concerned very important factor for successful trip.

The panoramic view from the Mera Peak summit is one of the best view can be seen from the Himalaya including 8,000m peaks Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Kanchenjunga and Makalu as well as many other beautiful peaks.

The main route to reach the top of Mera Peak is from the north side walking through high altitude glacier therefore proper acclimatization is very important. Another route from south and west faces of the peak is consider more difficult and technical routes.

Itinerary

Day 01: Your arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: Fly to Lukla and trek to Chutanga ( 3050m. ), about 4 – 5 hours walk
Day 04: Rest day for acclimatization
Day 05: From Chutanga to Thulikharka ( 4300m. ), about 6 – 7 hours walk
Day 6 From Thulikharka to Mousamkharka ( 3700m. ), about 5 – 6 hours walk
Day 07: From Mausamkharka to Thagnak ( 4350m. ) , about 5 – 6 hours walk
Day 08: Rest day at Thagnak
Day 09: From Thagnak to Khare ( 5099m.) , about 5 – 6 hours walk
Day 10: From Khare to Base Camp ( 5300m. ), about 4 – 5 hours walk
Day 11: From Base Camp to High camp ( 5700m. ), about 4 – 5 hours walk
Day 12: From Summit (6476m.) to Base Camp (5300m.)
Day 13: One extra day for Summit
Day 14: From Base Camp to Thagnak ( 4350m. ), about 6 – 7 hours walk
Day 15: From Thagnak to Thasingdingma ( 3500m. ), about 6 – 7 hours walk
Day 16: From Thasingdingma to Chutanga ( 3050m. ), about 7 – 8 hours walk
Day 17: From Chutanga to Lukla ( 2800m. ), about 3 – 4 hours walk
Day 18: Fly to Kathmandu
Day 19: Final Departure

Inclusions

All vehicle services including airport pickup and drop
Welcome and Farewell dinner
Domestic flight fare
Accommodation in Kathmandu
3 times meal (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) and accommodation service during your trek.
Permits (Trekking and National park)
Permit and Fees for Peak Climbing.
Experienced English speaking guide, cook and support team
Skilled climbing guide
Salaries for all working member including porters, Sherpa, cook and guide
Staff Insurance

 

Exclusions

Your personal expenses
Beverages (Beer, Hard Drink)
Your food during your stay in Kathmandu
Personal trekking gears.
Personal climbing equipment.
Travel Insurance (Personal)
Staff Tips
Emergency rescue charge in such circumstances

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