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Mera Peak Climbing

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Trip Duration 18 Days
Max-Altitude 6471
Group Size 1-15
Start & End Point Kathmandu
Trip Difficulty Difficult
Best Season Spring and Autumn
Trip Price
US$ 3650
US$ 3250 Per Person
Trip Introduction

Overview of Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing offers an unforgettable journey through the renowned Everest trekking region, culminating in the ascent of Mera Peak at 6,476 meters. This iconic peak provides a moderate yet rewarding challenge, making it a favorite for climbers in Nepal.

Our carefully planned 18-day Mera Peak expedition begins and ends at Lukla Airport, your gateway to the Everest region. The trek through this globally celebrated area enhances your climbing experience with its captivating natural beauty and rich cultural encounters.

The ascent to Mera Peak’s summit, while moderately complex, demands stamina and some prior trekking experience. With our team of expert guides, your safety and success are prioritized.

Mera Peak climbing is more than just a trek—it’s an experience of a lifetime, blending adventure, safety, and unforgettable memories. Ready to explore the thrill of Mera Peak climbing? Contact us today to book your expedition and experience the unmatched beauty and adventure of peak climbing in Nepal.

Trip Schedule

Itinerary of Mera Peak Climbing

Car 30-60 minutes
Accommodation 3-Star Hotel
Meals Excluded
Max-altitude 1350m

Kickstart your Mera Peak trekking adventure as you land in Kathmandu, the capital city filled with rich culture and history. It is a perfect place to soak in the Himalayan vibe before you head into the mountains.

Car 4-6 hours
Accommodation 3-Star Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Max-altitude 1350m

Gear up and meet your expert guides for a briefing on the Mera Peak expedition. Ensure your equipment is in order and ready for the adventure ahead.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Begin your journey in the famed Everest region with a thrilling flight to Lukla Airport. Continue trekking towards Paiya, immersing yourself in awe-inspiring Himalayan landscapes.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Step more deeply into the Everest region as you trek from Paiya to Panggom. Revel in the scenic vistas and experience the serenity of mountain trails.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Elevate your Mera Peak trekking experience as you venture from Panggom to Ningsow. Each step takes you higher into the Everest region, closer to your ultimate Mera Peak goal.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Continue your journey through serene trails leading from Ningsow to Chhatra Khola. The route is a harmonious blend of natural beauty and tranquillity, setting the tone for the rest of your expedition.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

As you move from Chhatra Khola to Kothe, the excitement for your Mera Peak climbing intensifies. Feel the altitude and environment change as you approach the Mera Peak summit.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Trek from Kothe to Thaknak as you come within striking distance of your summit goal. The journey is filled with breathtaking views as a backdrop to your climbing adventure.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Advance towards Khare, your last stop before the Mera Peak climb. Here, you’ll focus on acclimatization and pre-climb training, vital steps for a successful ascent.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Spend a day in Khare preparing your mind and body for the Mera Peak summit climb. This is crucial for adapting to the altitude and minimizing the risks of high-altitude trekking.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Proceed to Mera High Camp, the launch pad for your summit ascent. Feel the anticipation build as you set up camp and prepare for the next day’s climb.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

The pinnacle of your journey—achieve your dream of Mera Peak climbing as you summit and then safely descend back to Khare. The feeling of accomplishment is unparalleled.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

An extra day is reserved for contingencies, ensuring unpredictable weather or unforeseen circumstances don’t derail your summit plans.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Begin the descent from Khare to Kothe, capturing your last glimpses of the awe-inspiring Everest landscapes.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Trek from Kothe to Thuli Kharka as you prepare to bid farewell to the mountains. Your expedition is nearing its end, but the memories are eternal.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Complete your Everest journey as you trek from Thuli Kharka to Lukla via the exciting Zatrwa La Pass. This marks the end of your mountain trek but the start of a lifetime of memories.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

Return to Kathmandu, where your adventure began. This vibrant city offers a fitting conclusion to your epic Mera Peak expedition.

Accommodation Local Teahouse
Meals Breakfast

End your unforgettable Mera Peak climbing journey as you take your final departure from Kathmandu. You’re not just leaving with photos but a rich, unique experience.


Added Insights

Includes/Excludes

What's Included?

  • Accommodation in Kathmandu: Begin and end your Mera Peak trekking adventure with three nights in a comfortable Kathmandu hotel, perfect for preparation and relaxation.
  • Airport Transfers: Enjoy seamless airport transfers with four private vehicle pick-ups and drop-offs.
  • Domestic Flight Tickets: Round-trip domestic flights from Kathmandu to Lukla, including any airport taxes. If the destination switches from Lukla to Ramechap, transportation is covered. A helicopter ride from Gorakshep to Kathmandu is also included.
  • Teahouse Accommodation: Experience authentic mountain living with teahouse accommodations during your trek. Rooms are on a twin-sharing basis, with upgrade options available.
  • Daily Meals: Stay energized with three nourishing meals a day during the trekking part of your expedition.
  • Expert Trek Leader & Team: Benefit from a government-licensed, English-speaking trek leader, with a 1:8 ratio. Additional assistant guides are provided for larger groups.
  • Porter Services: Porter assistance is included to carry luggage. Each porter will handle gear for two trekkers, up to 20 kg. Secure storage for non-essential items is available at your Kathmandu hotel.
  • Wages and Benefits for the Team: Guide(s), assistant guide(s), and porter(s) wages, meals, insurance, lodging, and other necessary expenses are covered.
  • Required Entry Fees: All entry fees, including the Sagarmatha National Park Entrance Fee and Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entry permit fees, are included.
  • Fresh Seasonal Fruits: Enjoy fresh, seasonal fruits every evening after dinner, a delightful way to unwind after a day of trekking.
  • Rescue Operations Assistance: Assistance in organizing rescue operations, funded by your travel insurance, is available in case of complicated health conditions.
  • Trek Completion Certificate: Celebrate your successful Mera Peak trek with a special trek completion certificate.
  • All Government Taxes and Fees: All government taxes and fees are included in your package price.

What's Excluded?

  • International Flight Costs: Costs for international flights to and from Nepal.
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees: Multiple entry visa fees upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport. For more information, visit Nepal Visa Information.
  • Excess Baggage Charges: Limit is 10 kg per person for the trek. Any excess baggage charges are not included.
  • Food and Accommodation in Kathmandu: Meals and accommodation in Kathmandu are not covered.
  • Extra Night Accommodation in Kathmandu: Additional accommodation costs in Kathmandu due to early arrival, late departure, or early return from the trek.
  • Personal Expenses: Shopping, snacks, boiled bottled water, hot drinks (tea/coffee), cold drinks, hot showers, alcohol, Wi-Fi, telephone calls, battery recharging fees, and extra porters during the trek.
  • Travel Insurance: Travel insurance covering emergency high-altitude rescue and evacuation is highly recommended but not included.
  • Tipping: Tips for guides, assistant guides, and porters.
  • Additional Costs: Any additional costs incurred beyond our control, such as landslides, weather-related issues, itinerary modifications due to safety concerns, illness, change of government policies, strikes, etc.
  • Anything Not Mentioned in the Inclusion List: Any other items or services not explicitly mentioned in the inclusions list.
Good to Know

Ultimate Guide to Mera Peak Climbing

Highlights of Mera Peak Climbing

  • Majestic Mera Peak Summit: Standing tall at 6,476 meters, the Mera Peak summit offers panoramic views of the world’s towering giants, including Everest, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu.
  • Scenic Flight to Lukla: Starting your journey with a flight to Lukla Airport is a thrill. Renowned as one of the most exciting airports in the world, the flight offers mesmerizing aerial views of the Himalayan range.
  • Rich Sherpa Culture: As you pass through picturesque villages during your Mera Peak trekking, you’ll gain deep insights into the vibrant Sherpa culture, traditions, and mountain life.
  • Acclimatization at Khare: Preparing for the Mera Peak climbing, you spend time in Khare, a pivotal point for acclimatization and pre-climb training, ensuring you’re well-prepared for the ascent.
  • Trek Through the Hinku Valley: Known for its surreal beauty, the trek through the pristine Hinku Valley is a paradise for nature lovers, offering diverse flora and fauna.
  • Thrilling Zatrwa La Pass: On your way back, the journey over Zatrwa La Pass promises adrenaline, surrounded by stunning vistas, making every step of the descent memorable.
  • Teahouse to Tented Camp Transition: Experience the best of both worlds! Starting with the cozy comfort of teahouses during the trek, the expedition transitions to the raw, authentic feel of tented camps during the Mera Peak climbing phase.

Best Season for Mera Peak Climbing

Knowing the best season to plan your Mera Peak climbing adventure is essential. The Himalayas experience a wide range of weather conditions, and choosing the right time ensures both safety and an enjoyable experience.

Pre-Monsoon (Spring) – March to May

Spring is the most popular time for Mera Peak climbing. The weather is warmer than other seasons, with blooming rhododendrons and clear skies, especially in April and May, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayan range. Longer days mean more daylight for trekking and enjoying the scenery. However, the popularity of this season means the trails might be more crowded.

Post-Monsoon (Autumn) – Late September to November

Autumn is another excellent time for Mera Peak climbing. The skies are clear, providing excellent views of the mountains, and the temperatures are moderate, making it comfortable for trekking. The minimal rainfall during this period makes the trails less slippery and more predictable. Like Spring, this season can also attract many trekkers, leading to busier trails.

Winter – December to February

Winter offers a more serene and peaceful journey with fewer trekkers on the trails. The snow-covered landscapes provide a different kind of beauty. However, frigid temperatures, especially at higher altitudes, and the risk of snowfall can make some trails inaccessible or challenging. Shorter daylight hours also limit trekking time.

Monsoon – June to Early September

The monsoon season brings lush green landscapes and waterfalls, creating a beautiful backdrop for your trek. Fewer tourists during this time offer a more solitary experience. However, heavy rainfall can make trails slippery and challenging, and reduced visibility and cloud cover can obscure mountain views. There are also risks of landslides in certain areas.

Mera Peak Climbing Permits

Planning a Mera Peak expedition? One crucial aspect that you shouldn’t overlook is obtaining the necessary permits. Different seasons have varying costs, so budgeting your trip accordingly is essential. Here’s everything you need to know:

Permit Costs by Season

Spring (March to May): USD 250 per person Spring is the peak season for Mera Peak climbing, offering optimal weather conditions and stunning natural vistas. However, the popularity of this time frame means that permit costs are at their highest.

Autumn (September to November): USD 125 per person Autumn is another excellent season for Mera Peak climbing, providing clear skies and moderate temperatures. The permit fees during this season are considerably lower than in Spring, making it a budget-friendly option.

Winter (December to February): USD 70 per person While not the most popular season for climbing in Nepal, Winter offers solitude on the trails and the unique beauty of snow-covered landscapes. The permit costs are significantly reduced, reflecting the season’s reduced footfall.

Summer (June to August): USD 70 per person The Summer months coincide with the monsoon season, presenting challenges such as slippery trails and obscured views. However, this could be your season if you’re an adventurous soul looking for a less-crowded experience.

Accommodation Choices for Your Mera Peak Climbing Adventure

When planning your Mera Peak climbing adventure, it’s important to consider the type of accommodation available during the expedition. A well-planned trip offers a blend of comfort and authentic experience, and we ensure you are well covered on both fronts.

Accommodation During the Trek: Teahouses for Cozy Comfort

During the trekking portion of your Mera Peak climbing, you can stay in teahouses. These simple yet cozy lodges provide basic amenities such as beds, shared bathrooms, and meals. Staying in teahouses allows you to experience local hospitality and culture while meeting other trekkers who can share insights and tips for the journey ahead.

Accommodation During the Climb: Tented Camps for an Authentic Experience

Once the climbing phase begins, you’ll transition from teahouses to tented camps. These camps are strategically set up at specific sites to offer the most advantageous positions for your ascent to the Mera Peak summit. Tented camps provide essentials like sleeping bags and meals and foster a sense of camaraderie among climbers. You’ll be closer to nature under the starry skies, adding an extra layer of adventure to your expedition.

Food and Dining During Your Mera Peak Climbing Expedition

Embarking on a Mera Peak climbing adventure is more than just a physical journey; it’s also a culinary experience that lets you savor the authentic flavors of Nepal. Below is a comprehensive guide on the food options you’ll encounter, ensuring your palate enjoys the adventure as much as you do.

Food During the Mera Peak Trek: Teahouse Specialties

Traditional Nepali Cuisine During the trekking segment, often referred to as the Mera Peak trek, you will find teahouses offering a variety of traditional Nepali dishes. A staple dish is “Dal Bhat,” a nutritious rice and lentil soup, highly recommended for its energy-boosting properties and great taste. Other popular options include momos (dumplings), noodle soups, and various vegetable and meat dishes.

Food While Mera Peak Climbing

Nutrition-Packed Meals During the climbing phase, known as the Mera Peak climbing, the focus is on nutritionally balanced meals. The tented camps generally serve boiled vegetables, rice dishes, and soups designed to keep your energy levels high for the climb. These meals are crafted to provide the necessary sustenance and energy required for high-altitude trekking and climbing.

Your Essential Guide to Hydration on the Mera Peak Adventure

Hey adventurers! If you’re gearing up for the Mera Peak climbing experience of a lifetime, staying hydrated is crucial. Here’s a simple guide on where and how to get your water as you tackle the Mera Peak trek and reach the Mera Peak summit.

Hydration Stops Along the Mera Peak Trek

Teahouses: Your Hydration Hubs

During the Mera Peak trek, you’ll come across cozy teahouses that offer safe drinking water. These lodges usually provide boiled water, making it easy to refill your reusable bottle. Staying hydrated here is convenient and environmentally friendly.

Streams and Springs: Natural Water Sources

The trail features pristine mountain streams and springs. While tempting, remember that clear water isn’t always clean. Carry water purification tablets or a portable filter to ensure safe drinking water.

Hydration During Mera Peak Climbing

Tented Camps: Water Supply Up High

When you reach the climbing phase of your Mera Peak expedition, you’ll stay in tented camps. Here, you’ll have access to boiled or treated water, keeping you hydrated as you ascend to the summit.

Tips for Safe Drinking Water

Boiling Water

Boiling water for about a minute is a reliable way to kill harmful microorganisms.

Purification Tablets

Purification tablets are a convenient option. Just drop a tablet into your water and wait a bit to make it safe for drinking.

Portable Filters

Portable water filters are great for quick and effective purification. They’re compact and perfect for making natural water sources drinkable.

Electricity and WiFi

Taking on a Mera Peak climbing adventure isn’t just about pushing your physical limits; it’s also about capturing memorable moments and staying connected. If you’re wondering about electricity and WiFi during your Mera Peak trek and climb, here’s what you can expect.

Charging Options on the Mera Peak Climbing

Teahouses: The Convenient Option During the Mera Peak trekking phase, most teahouses offer electricity for charging your gadgets. While convenient, there might be an hourly fee. Carrying a power bank is a smart idea to maximize your device’s battery life.

Solar Chargers: The Sustainable Choice For those who prioritize sustainability during their Mera Peak expedition, solar chargers offer an eco-friendly way to keep devices charged. This is particularly helpful when capturing every moment is a must.

WiFi Connectivity: Staying Online

Teahouse WiFi Many teahouses en route provide WiFi, though it may not be fast or reliable. Purchasing a local Nepali SIM card with data is advisable to maintain a better connection. However, service can become intermittent as you ascend toward the Mera Peak summit.

Satellite Internet: Consistency at a Price Portable satellite internet devices are available for those who can’t afford to go offline. Although expensive, they provide more reliable connectivity during the trek and climb to the Mera Peak summit.

Electricity and Connectivity at Higher Altitudes

Tented Camps: Sparse Amenities Once you engage in the climbing part of your Mera Peak climbing, expect limited electricity and WiFi. Carry well-charged power banks and consider offline activities like reading to pass the time.

A Guide to Toilet Facilities: Mera Peak Climbing

For many trekkers and climbers, facilities en route can raise questions, especially regarding something as essential as toilets. Understanding your toilet options can provide comfort and peace of mind if planning your Mera Peak climbing or trekking adventure. Here’s a breakdown of what to expect.

En Route Toilet Facilities

Natural Stops While trekking through the trails leading to Mera Peak, there will be stretches without designated toilet facilities. In such cases, trekkers often resort to secluded spots away from the trail. Maintaining a pristine environment is essential: always bury waste and use biodegradable toilet paper.

Toilet Options at Teahouses

Standard Facilities Teahouses, your main stops during the Mera Peak climbing phase, often provide basic toilet facilities. Typically, these are squat-style toilets. They’re simple but functional, with a separate area for washing.

Western-Style Toilets Some upgraded or newer teahouses might offer Western-style flush toilets. While they are more comfortable for those used to them, they are not as commonly found as the squat-style ones.

Tented Camp Toilet Solutions

Portable Toilets During the Mera Peak climbing phase, tented camps are the primary accommodation. Here, portable toilets are commonly used. They’re in a private tent with a chemical solution to break down waste. These are cleaned and maintained regularly by camp staff.

Pit Toilets Pit toilets might be dug in some camps, offering a more rudimentary solution. These are temporary and are covered up after the expedition to leave minimal environmental impact.

Travel Insurance for Your Mera Peak Expedition

Taking on a Mera Peak climbing adventure is thrilling, but it’s not without its challenges and risks. From altitude sickness to unforeseen weather conditions, the unpredictability of mountain expeditions underscores the importance of having comprehensive travel insurance. Here’s what you need to know about securing insurance for your Mera Peak trek and climb.

Why You Need Travel Insurance

Medical Emergencies Whether you’re trekking on Mera Peak or aiming for the summit, medical issues like altitude sickness can arise. Immediate evacuation and treatment are essential in these situations. Your travel insurance should cover high-altitude trekking and emergency helicopter evacuation.

Trip Cancellation and Delays Flights to and from Lukla Airport—your gateway to the Mera Peak trek—can often be delayed due to weather conditions. Insurance can safeguard against the costs of such unexpected changes.

Gear and Equipment Given the nature of peak climbing in Nepal, your gear is your lifeline. Insurance should cover the cost of emergency replacements if they get damaged or lost.

What to Look For in Travel Insurance

High-Altitude Coverage Ensure that the policy covers trekking up to the height of Mera Peak, which is 6,476 meters above sea level. Many general policies exclude high-altitude activities.

Evacuation and Medical Treatment Check for comprehensive medical coverage, including high-cost evacuations. Some policies may offer direct payments to hospitals, which can be more convenient in emergencies.

Cancellation Policies Given the unpredictable weather, especially if planning a Mera Peak climbing during seasons with higher variability, your insurance should offer ample coverage for cancellations and delays.

Mera Peak Climbing Options with Alpine Luxury Treks

Alpine Luxury Treks offers a variety of Mera Peak climbing itineraries to cater to different schedules and preferences, ensuring an unforgettable adventure in the Everest region. Here are the detailed options available:

12 Days Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

This 12-day itinerary unlocks the challenge and beauty of Mera Peak, Nepal’s “trekking peak.” Take a thrilling flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, the Everest region’s gateway, and start your trek. Day 2 brings the scenic Zatrwa La Pass crossing.

The next few days involve steady climbs through villages adorned with prayer flags. Witness the dramatic landscapes change as you gain altitude and meet friendly locals. By Day 5, you’ll reach Khare, where acclimatization is crucial.

Take a rest day to prepare your body for the high altitude. After that, trek to High Camp for further acclimatization. Summit day on Day 9! Conquer Mera Peak’s slopes and be rewarded with breathtaking views of Everest, Lhotse, and Kanchenjunga.

Descend safely back to Khare and retrace your steps down the valley, reaching Lukla on Day 11. Finally, conclude your Mera Peak Climbing adventure with a scenic flight back to Kathmandu, forever marked by memories of conquering this majestic peak.

Day 1: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla, trek to Chutanga

Day 2: Trek from Chutanga to Thuli Kharka/Chatra-La (3,900 m) via Zwatra-La Pass

Day 3: Trek from Thuli Kharka to Kothe

Day 4: Trek from Kothe to Thaknak

Day 5: Trek from Thaknak to Khare

Day 6: Acclimatization at Khare

Day 7: Trek from Khare to High Camp

Day 8: Climb from High Camp to the Peak (6,461 m), back to Khare

Day 9: Trek from Khare to Kothe

Day 10: Trek from Kothe to Thuli Kharka/Chatra-La

Day 11: Trek from Thuli Kharka to Lukla

Day 12: Fly back to Kathmandu from Lukla.

Elevation Table

DayLocationElevation (meters)Elevation (feet)Elevation Gain (meters/feet)Elevation Loss (meters/feet)Distance (km)
1Kathmandu to Lukla, trek to Chutanga3,0209,908220 / 72205
2Chutanga to Thuli Kharka/Chatra-La via Zwatra-La Pass3,90012,795880 / 2,88707
3Thuli Kharka to Kothe3,69112,1100209 / 68512
4Kothe to Thaknak4,35814,297667 / 2,187010
5Thaknak to Khare5,04516,486687 / 2,25507
6Acclimatization at Khare5,04516,486000
7Khare to High Camp5,78018,963735 / 2,41105
8High Camp to Mera Peak (Summit), back to Khare6,461 (summit)21,190681 / 2,2341,416 / 4,64510
9Khare to Kothe3,69112,11001,354 / 4,44212
10Kothe to Thuli Kharka/Chatra-La3,90012,795209 / 685012
11Thuli Kharka to Lukla2,8009,18601,100 / 3,60913
12Fly back to Kathmandu1,3504,42901,450 / 4,757

13 Days Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

This 13-day itinerary whisks you away from the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the summit of Mera Peak, a majestic 6,461-meter (21,190-foot) giant in the Himalayas. Immerse yourself in Kathmandu’s vibrant culture before flying to Lukla, the gateway to the Everest region. After landing at Lukla’s dramatic airstrip, a short trek leads you to Paiya (Chutok), a charming village nestled amidst the mountains.

The next few days are dedicated to steady climbs through the enchanting Hinku Valley. Trek from village to village, each adorned with colorful prayer flags, and witness the dramatic shift in scenery as you gain altitude. By Day 6, you’ll reach Thaknak, a small settlement offering stunning mountain views – the perfect base for acclimatization.

Prepare for the summit push on Day 7 with a crucial acclimatization day in Khare (5,045 meters/16,486 feet). This allows your body to adjust to the high altitude, and your guide will provide pre-climb training to ensure you’re comfortable using mountaineering equipment. Day 9 takes you to Mera High Camp (5,780 meters/18,958 feet) for a night in preparation for the summit climb.

The much-anticipated summit day arrives on Day 10! Ascend Mera Peak’s challenging slopes and be rewarded with breathtaking panoramas of Everest, Lhotse, and Kanchenjunga. Descend safely back to Khare for a well-deserved rest. For a more relaxed journey back, a scenic helicopter flight whisks you back to Lukla on Day 11. Finally, Day 12 brings a return flight to Kathmandu, marking the end of your Mera Peak Climbing adventure.

On Day 13, you’ll be transferred to the airport for your departure flight, forever marked by memories of conquering this majestic peak.

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264ft)

Day 2: Fly to Lukla and Trek to Paiya (Chutok) (2,730m/8,956ft)

Day 3: Trek from Paiya to Pingkongma (2,846m/9,337ft)

Day 4: Trek from Pangkonma to Ramailo Danda (3,276m/10,748ft)

Day 5: Trek from Ramailo Danda to Chhatra Buk (2,800m/9,186ft)

Day 6: Trek from Chhatra Buk to Thaknak (4,358m/14,297ft)

Day 7: Trek from Thaknak to Khare (5,045m/16,486ft)

Day 8: Acclimatization and Pre-Climb Coaching in Khare

Day 9: Trek from Khare to Mera High Camp (5,780m/18,958ft)

Day 10: Summit Mera Peak (6,461m/21,1907ft) and Return to Khare (5,045m/16,547ft)

Day 11: Helicopter Flight Back to Lukla

Day 12: Fly Back to Kathmandu (1,350m)

Day 13: Transfer to the International Airport for Final Departure

Elevation Table

DayLocationElevation (meters)Elevation (feet)Elevation Gain (meters/feet)Elevation Loss (meters/feet)Duration (hours)
1Kathmandu1,3004,264
2Kathmandu to Lukla, trek to Paiya (Chutok)2,7308,9561,430 / 4,6925-6
3Paiya to Pingkongma2,8469,337116 / 3815-6
4Pingkongma to Ramailo Danda3,27610,748430 / 1,4115-6
5Ramailo Danda to Chhatra Buk2,8009,186476 / 1,5627-8
6Chhatra Buk to Thaknak4,35814,2971,558 / 5,1117-8
7Thaknak to Khare5,04516,486687 / 2,2552-3
8Acclimatization and Pre-Climb Coaching in Khare5,04516,486
9Khare to Mera High Camp5,78018,958735 / 2,4116-7
10Mera High Camp to Summit Mera Peak and Return to Khare6,461 (summit)21,190681 / 2,2321,416 / 4,6438-9
11Helicopter Flight Back to Lukla2,8609,383
12Fly Back to Kathmandu1,3504,429
13Transfer to International Airport for Final Departure

14 Days Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

This 14-day Mera Peak Climbing itinerary unlocks the challenge and breathtaking beauty of conquering Nepal’s “trekking peak.” Witness the dramatic transformation of the Hinku Valley as you ascend to the summit of Mera Peak, a staggering 6,476 meters (21,246 feet) tall.

Kickstart Your Mera Peak Climbing Adventure:

Your Mera Peak Climbing journey begins in Kathmandu, Nepal’s bustling capital. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture, finalize logistics with your expert guide team, and prepare for the expedition ahead. Gear up for adventure with a thrilling flight to Lukla, the gateway to the Everest region. After landing, embark on a short trek to Chhuthang, your first stop nestled amidst the majestic Himalayas.

Gradual Ascent Through Enchanting Valleys:

The next few days involve steady climbs through the captivating Hinku Valley. Witness the dramatic scenery transform as you gain altitude. Traverse charming villages adorned with colorful prayer flags and interact with friendly locals who call these mountains home. By Day 6, you’ll reach Thagnak, a small settlement offering stunning mountain vistas – the perfect base camp for acclimatization, a crucial step before attempting the summit push.

Prepare for the Summit Push:

A designated rest day in Khare (Day 7) allows your body to adjust to the high altitude, ensuring a safe and successful summit push. Day 8 takes you to Mera High Camp for further acclimatization in preparation for the big climb.

Summit Day and Descent:

The much-anticipated summit day arrives on Day 9! Ascend Mera Peak’s challenging slopes, pushing your limits and resilience. Upon reaching the summit, be rewarded with breathtaking panoramas of iconic giants like Everest, Lhotse, and Kanchenjunga – a sight forever etched in your memory. Descend safely back to Khare for a well-deserved rest, celebrating your incredible accomplishment.

The following days involve retracing your steps down the valley, offering a unique perspective of the familiar landscapes. By Day 12, you’ll reach Lukla, ready for your return flight to Kathmandu on Day 13.

Final Departure:

Day 14 marks your final departure from Nepal, forever marked by the memories of conquering Mera Peak, a truly unforgettable adventure.

Short Itinerary 

Day 1: Arrival at Kathmandu (1,350m/4,429ft)

Day 2: Fly to Lukla and Trek to Chhuthang (3,020m/9,908ft)

Day 3: Chhuthang to Thuli Kharka, Crossing Zatrwa La Pass (4,600m/15,091ft)

Day 4: Thuli Kharka to Kothe (4,182m/13,720ft)

Day 5: Kothe to Thagnak (4,326m/14,192ft)

Day 6: Thagnak to Khare (5,000m/16,404ft)

Day 7: Rest Day in Khare

Day 8: Khare to Mera High Camp (5,779m/18,963ft)

Day 9: Summit Mera Peak (6,476m/21,246ft) and Return to Khare (5,000m/16,404ft)

Day 10: Khare to Kothe (4,182m/13,720ft)

Day 11: Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Day 12: Thuli Kharka to Lukla (2,800m/9,186ft)

Day 13: Fly to Kathmandu (1,350m/4,429ft)

Day 14: Final Departure

Elevation Table

DayLocationElevation (meters)Elevation (feet)Elevation Gain (meters/feet)Elevation Loss (meters/feet)Duration (hours)
1Kathmandu1,3504,429
2Kathmandu to Lukla, trek to Chhuthang3,0209,9081,670 / 5,4795-6
3Chhuthang to Thuli Kharka, Crossing Zatrwa La Pass4,60015,0911,580 / 5,1835-6
4Thuli Kharka to Kothe4,18213,720418 / 1,3715-6
5Kothe to Thagnak4,32614,192144 / 4724-5
6Thagnak to Khare5,00016,404674 / 2,2125-6
7Rest Day in Khare5,00016,404
8Khare to Mera High Camp5,77918,963779 / 2,5594-5
9Summit Mera Peak and Return to Khare6,476 (summit)21,246697 / 2,2861,476 / 4,8438-9
10Khare to Kothe4,18213,720818 / 2,6845-6
11Kothe to Thuli Kharka4,60015,091418 / 1,3715-6
12Thuli Kharka to Lukla2,8009,1861,800 / 5,9055-6
13Fly to Kathmandu1,3504,4291,450 / 4,7570.5
14Final Departure

15 Days Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

Experience the thrill of the 15-day Mera Peak climbing adventure, starting with your arrival in Kathmandu. On the second day, fly to Lukla (2,860m) and begin your trek to Paiya. Continue your journey from Paiya to Panggom, then trek from Panggom to Ningsow. On the fifth day, trek from Ningsow to Chhatra Khola.

The next leg of your journey takes you from Chhatra Khola to Kothe, followed by a trek from Kothe to Thaknak. From Thaknak, proceed to Khare, where you will spend a day acclimatizing and undergoing pre-climb training.

The next day, ascend from Khare to Mera High Camp. On day eleven, you will summit Mera Peak and return to Khare. The descent continues from Khare to Kothe, then from Kothe to Thuli Kharka.

Finally, trek from Thuli Kharka to Lukla via the Zatrwa La Pass and fly back to Kathmandu on the fifteenth day. This itinerary ensures a comprehensive and well-paced climb, providing an unforgettable experience in the majestic Himalayas.

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

Day 2: Fly to Lukla (2,860m) and Trek to Paiya

Day 3: Trek from Paiya to Panggom

Day 4: Trek from Panggom to Ningsow

Day 5: Ningsow to Chhatra Khola

Day 6: Chhatra Khola to Kothe

Day 7: Kothe to Thaknak

Day 8: Thaknak to Khare

Day 9: Acclimatization and Pre-Climb Training

Day 10: Khare to Mera High Camp

Day 11: Mera High Camp to Summit and Back to Khare

Day 12: Khare to Kothe

Day 13: Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Day 14: Thuli Kharka to Lukla via Zatrwa La Pass

Day 15: Fly to Kathmandu

Elevation Table

DayLocationElevation (meters)Elevation (feet)Elevation Gain (meters/feet)Elevation Loss (meters/feet)Duration (hours)
1Kathmandu1,3504,429
2Kathmandu to Lukla, trek to Paiya2,8609,3831,510 / 4,9545-6
3Paiya to Panggom2,8469,337-14 / -465-6
4Panggom to Ningsow2,8639,39317 / 565-6
5Ningsow to Chhatra Khola2,8009,186-63 / -2075-6
6Chhatra Khola to Kothe3,69112,110891 / 2,9245-6
7Kothe to Thaknak4,35814,297667 / 2,1874-5
8Thaknak to Khare5,00016,404642 / 2,1065-6
9Acclimatization and Pre-Climb Training5,00016,404
10Khare to Mera High Camp5,78018,963780 / 2,5594-5
11Mera High Camp to Summit and Back to Khare6,476 (summit)21,246696 / 2,2831,476 / 4,8438-9
12Khare to Kothe3,69112,1101,309 / 4,2945-6
13Kothe to Thuli Kharka4,18213,720491 / 1,6105-6
14Thuli Kharka to Lukla via Zatrwa La Pass2,8009,1861,382 / 4,5345-6
15Fly to Kathmandu1,3504,4291,450 / 4,7570.5

16 Days Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

Kathmandu on Day 1. Spend the second day preparing for the trek, ensuring all gear and provisions are in place. On Day 3, fly to Lukla and trek to Chutanga. The following day, trek from Chutanga to Tuli Kharka, crossing the Chatra-La Pass. Continue the journey on Day 5 by trekking from Tuli Kharka to Kothe, then from Kothe to Thangnak on Day 6. On Day 7, trek from Thangnak to Khare, where you will spend Day 8 acclimatizing.

On Day 9, trek from Khare to Mera Base Camp, followed by a trek to High Camp on Day 10. Day 11 is the highlight as you summit Mera Peak and then descend back to Khare. Day 12 is reserved for any potential bad weather, providing flexibility in the itinerary.

The descent begins on Day 13 with a trek from Khare to Kothe, then from Kothe to Thuli Kharka on Day 14. On Day 15, trek from Thuli Kharka to Lukla via the Zatra-La Pass. Finally, on Day 16, fly back to Kathmandu, concluding this unforgettable adventure in the Himalayas.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

Day 02: Preparation Day

Day 03: Fly to Lukla and Trek to Chutanga

Day 04: Chhuthang to Tuli Kharka via Chatra-La Pass.

Day 05: Tuli Kharka to Kothe

Day 06: Kothe to Thangnak

Day 07: Thangnak to Khare

Day 08: Acclimatization Day at Khare

Day 09: Khare to Mera Base Camp

Day 10: Mera Base Camp to High Camp

Day 11: Summit Mera Peak and Descend to Khare

Day 12: Reserve Day for Bad Weather

Day 13: Khare to Kothe

Day 14: Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Day 15: Thuli Kharka to Lukla via Zatra-La Pass

Day 16: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu

Elevation Table

DayLocationElevation (meters)Elevation (feet)Elevation Gain (meters/feet)Elevation Loss (meters/feet)Duration (hours)
1Kathmandu1,3504,429
2Preparation Day1,3504,429
3Kathmandu to Lukla, trek to Chutanga3,0209,9081,670 / 5,4795-6
4Chhuthang to Tuli Kharka via Chatra-La Pass4,60015,0911,580 / 5,1835-6
5Tuli Kharka to Kothe4,18213,720418 / 1,3715-6
6Kothe to Thangnak4,35814,297176 / 5774-5
7Thangnak to Khare5,00016,404642 / 2,1065-6
8Acclimatization Day at Khare5,00016,404
9Khare to Mera Base Camp5,30017,388300 / 9844-5
10Mera Base Camp to High Camp5,78018,963480 / 1,5754-5
11Summit Mera Peak and Descend to Khare6,476 (summit)21,246696 / 2,2831,476 / 4,8438-9
12Reserve Day for Bad Weather5,00016,404
13Khare to Kothe4,18213,720818 / 2,6845-6
14Kothe to Thuli Kharka4,60015,091418 / 1,3715-6
15Thuli Kharka to Lukla via Zatra-La Pass2,8009,1861,800 / 5,9055-6
16Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu1,3504,4291,450 / 4,7570.5

17 Days Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

Experience a thrilling 17-day Mera Peak climbing expedition, starting with your arrival in Kathmandu on the first day. The following day is dedicated to preparation, ensuring you are well-equipped for the journey ahead. Next, fly to Lukla and trek to Chutanga. From there, trek to Tuli Kharka via the Chatra-La Pass.

Continue your journey from Tuli Kharka to Kothe, and then proceed to Thangnak. Reach Khare, where you will spend a day acclimatizing. Move from Khare to Mera Base Camp, and then head to High Camp. The highlight of the expedition is summiting Mera Peak and descending back to Khare.

A reserve day is included for any potential bad weather. Begin your descent by trekking from Khare to Kothe, and then proceed to Thuli Kharka. The next leg of your journey takes you from Thuli Kharka to Lukla via the Zatra-La Pass. Finally, fly back to Kathmandu and conclude your adventure with an international departure from Kathmandu.

This well-structured itinerary ensures proper acclimatization and preparation, offering a safe and memorable Mera Peak climbing experience.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

Day 02: Preparation Day

Day 03: Fly to Lukla and Trek to Chutanga

Day 04: Chhuthang to Tuli Kharka via Chatra-La Pass

Day 05: Tuli Kharka to Kothe

Day 06: Kothe to Thangnak

Day 07: Thangnak to Khare

Day 08: Acclimatization Day at Khare

Day 09: Khare to Mera Base Camp

Day 10: Mera Base Camp to High Camp

Day 11: Summit Mera Peak and Descend to Khare

Day 12: Reserve Day for Bad Weather

Day 13: Khare to Kothe

Day 14: Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Day 15: Thuli Kharka to Lukla via Zatra-La Pass

Day 16: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu

Day 17: International Departure from Kathmandu.

Elevation Table

DayLocationElevation (meters)Elevation (feet)Elevation Gain (meters/feet)Elevation Loss (meters/feet)Duration (hours)
1Kathmandu1,3504,429
2Preparation Day1,3504,429
3Kathmandu to Lukla, trek to Chutanga3,0209,9081,670 / 5,4795-6
4Chhuthang to Tuli Kharka via Chatra-La Pass4,60015,0911,580 / 5,1835-6
5Tuli Kharka to Kothe4,18213,720418 / 1,3715-6
6Kothe to Thangnak4,35814,297176 / 5774-5
7Thangnak to Khare5,00016,404642 / 2,1065-6
8Acclimatization Day at Khare5,00016,404
9Khare to Mera Base Camp5,30017,388300 / 9844-5
10Mera Base Camp to High Camp5,78018,963480 / 1,5754-5
11Summit Mera Peak and Descend to Khare6,476 (summit)21,246696 / 2,2831,476 / 4,8438-9
12Reserve Day for Bad Weather5,00016,404
13Khare to Kothe4,18213,720818 / 2,6845-6
14Kothe to Thuli Kharka4,60015,091418 / 1,3715-6
15Thuli Kharka to Lukla via Zatra-La Pass2,8009,1861,800 / 5,9055-6
16Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu1,3504,4291,450 / 4,7570.5
17International Departure from Kathmandu

18 Days Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

Join us for an 18-day Mera Peak climbing adventure, beginning with your arrival in Kathmandu. Spend the next day on a walking tour in Kathmandu and preparing for the trek. Fly to Lukla and trek to Chutanga. From Chutanga, proceed to Tuli Kharka via the Chatra-La Pass.

Continue your journey to Kothe, followed by a trek to Thaknak. From Thaknak, move on to Khare, where you’ll spend a day acclimatizing. Next, trek to Mera Base Camp, then advance to High Camp. The highlight of the expedition is summiting Mera Peak and returning to Khare.

A reserve day is included for potential bad weather. Begin your descent by trekking from Khare to Kothe, followed by a trek to Thuli Kharka. Continue from Thuli Kharka to Lukla via the Zatra-La Pass. Fly back to Kathmandu and enjoy a free leisure day before your final departure.

This detailed itinerary ensures you are well-prepared and acclimatized, providing a safe and unforgettable Mera Peak climbing experience

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

Day 2: Walking Tour in Kathmandu and Preparation

Day 3: Fly to Lukla; Trek to Chutanga

Day 4: Chhuthang to Tuli Kharka via Chatra-La Pass

Day 5: Tuli Kharka to Kothe

Day 6: Kothe to Thaknak

Day 7: Thaknak to Khare

Day 8: Acclimatization Day at Khare

Day 9: Khare to Mera Base Camp

Day 10: Mera Base Camp to High Camp

Day 11: Summit Mera Peak and Descend to Khare

Day 12: Reserve Day

Day 13: Khare to Kothe

Day 14: Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Day 15: Thuli Kharka to Lukla via Zatra-La Pass

Day 16: Fly to Kathmandu

Day 17: Free Leisure Day in Kathmandu

Day 18: Final Departure

Elevation Table

DayLocationElevation (meters)Elevation (feet)Elevation Gain (meters/feet)Elevation Loss (meters/feet)Duration (hours)
1Kathmandu1,3504,429
2Walking Tour in Kathmandu and Preparation1,3504,429
3Kathmandu to Lukla, trek to Chutanga3,0209,9081,670 / 5,4795-6
4Chhuthang to Tuli Kharka via Chatra-La Pass4,60015,0911,580 / 5,1835-6
5Tuli Kharka to Kothe4,18213,720418 / 1,3715-6
6Kothe to Thaknak4,35814,297176 / 5774-5
7Thaknak to Khare5,00016,404642 / 2,1065-6
8Acclimatization Day at Khare5,00016,404
9Khare to Mera Base Camp5,30017,388300 / 9844-5
10Mera Base Camp to High Camp5,78018,963480 / 1,5754-5
11Summit Mera Peak and Descend to Khare6,476 (summit)21,246696 / 2,2831,476 / 4,8438-9
12Reserve Day5,00016,404
13Khare to Kothe4,18213,720818 / 2,6845-6
14Kothe to Thuli Kharka4,60015,091418 / 1,3715-6
15Thuli Kharka to Lukla via Zatra-La Pass2,8009,1861,800 / 5,9055-6
16Fly to Kathmandu1,3504,4291,450 / 4,7570.5
17Free Leisure Day in Kathmandu1,3504,429
18Final Departure

Mera Peak Climbing from Khare: 3-Day Itinerary

Experience the thrill of Mera Peak climbing with a focused 3-day itinerary starting from Khare. On the first day, you will meet with your guide and participate in pre-climbing training at an altitude of 5,045 meters (16,547 feet). This training will familiarize you with the equipment and techniques necessary for a successful ascent.

The second day involves an ascent from Khare to Mera High Camp, reaching 5,780 meters (18,963 feet). This crucial phase prepares you for the final push to the summit, ensuring you are well-acclimatized and ready.

The third day is the highlight of your expedition as you ascend from Mera High Camp to the summit of Mera Peak, standing at 6,461 meters (21,190 feet), and then descend back to Khare. This compact itinerary is perfect for those looking to efficiently achieve the Mera Peak summit while ensuring safety and acclimatization.

Day 1: Meeting with Guide and Pre-Climbing Training in Khare (5,045m)

Day 2: Ascend from Khare (5,045m) to Mera High Camp (5,780m)

Day 3: Ascend from Mera High Camp (5,780m) to Summit Mera Peak (6,461m) and Descend to Khare (5,045m)

Elevation Table

DayLocationElevation (meters)Elevation (feet)Elevation Gain (meters/feet)Elevation Loss (meters/feet)Duration (hours)
1Khare5,04516,547
2Khare to Mera High Camp5,78018,963735 / 2,4164-5
3Mera High Camp to Summit and Descend to Khare6,461 (summit)21,190681 / 2,2341,416 / 4,6468-9

Mera Peak Climbing Cost

Planning your Mera Peak climbing adventure involves not only physical preparation but also budgeting for the expedition. Alpine Luxury Treks offers a range of packages to accommodate various group sizes and durations, ensuring flexibility and value for every climber.

Our costs are structured to provide the best experience possible, with additional days priced to account for the extended support and resources required. Below is a detailed breakdown of the costs for 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18-day itineraries, with competitive pricing designed to suit solo travelers as well as larger groups.

12 Days Mera Peak Climbing Cost

Group SizeCost per Person (USD)
1 person$3050
2 to 4 people$2650
4 to 8 people$2450
10 and above$2250

13 Days Mera Peak Climbing Cost

Group SizeCost per Person (USD)
1 person$3150
2 to 4 people$2750
4 to 8 people$2550
10 and above$2350

14 Days Mera Peak Climbing Cost

Group SizeCost per Person (USD)
1 person$3250
2 to 4 people$2850
4 to 8 people$2650
10 and above$2450

15 Days Mera Peak Climbing Cost

Group SizeCost per Person (USD)
1 person$3350
2 to 4 people$2950
4 to 8 people$2750
10 and above$2550

16 Days Mera Peak Climbing Cost

Group SizeCost per Person (USD)
1 person$3450
2 to 4 people$3050
4 to 8 people$2850
10 and above$2650

17 Days Mera Peak Climbing Cost

Group SizeCost per Person (USD)
1 person$3550
2 to 4 people$3150
4 to 8 people$2950
10 and above$2750

18 Days Mera Peak Climbing Cost

Group SizeCost per Person (USD)
1 person$3650
2 to 4 people$3250
4 to 8 people$3050
10 and above$2850

Mera Peak Gear List: Essential Trekking and Climbing Equipment

Preparing for your Mera Peak climbing adventure involves having the right gear for both trekking and climbing. Here’s a comprehensive list to guide you through the necessary equipment for a successful and safe ascent.

Trekking Gear

Trekking Poles

  • Useful for maintaining balance on uneven and rugged surfaces.
  • Enhance stability on steep and rough slopes.

Trekking Boots

  • Sturdy, insulated boots with extra stiffness.
  • Should have a good grip and ankle support.
  • Preferably larger than normal shoes with enough toe space.

Light Trekking Shoes

  • Suitable for short day hikes and moderate terrain.
  • Provide comfort and support for quick movements.

Headlamp

  • Essential for navigating trails in low-light conditions.
  • Useful for early morning starts and dark nights.
  • Bring a headlamp with spare batteries.

Climbing Gear

Climbing Boots

  • Important for safety and comfort during the climb.
  • Should be durable with ankle support and crampon compatibility.

Climbing Helmet

  • Protects against falling rocks and accidental collisions.
  • Lightweight and comfortable for extended wear.

Crampons

  • Necessary for icy and snowy terrains.
  • Improve stability and mobility on steep surfaces.

Ascender and Descender

  • Ascenders help with controlled rope ascents.
  • Descenders allow for controlled descents and speed regulation.

Ice Axes

  • Provide balance and stability on icy surfaces.
  • Useful for ascending, descending, and securing during rest stops.

Harness

  • Provides a secure attachment point to the rope.
  • Distributes the force of a fall across the waist and thighs.

Climbing Ropes

  • Essential for safe climbing and rappelling.
  • Static ropes are used for ascending, and dynamic ropes for descending.

Clothing

Sun and Wool Hat

  • Sun hats protect against UV rays and sunburn.
  • Wool hats provide warmth and are moisture-wicking.

Glacier Glasses

  • Shield against UV rays, sunburn, and snow blindness.
  • Offer extended coverage and protection from harsh weather.

Liner, Insulated, and Mitten Gloves

  • Liner gloves offer precise hand movement and moisture-wicking.
  • Insulated gloves provide warmth in cold conditions.
  • Mitten gloves are the warmest, enclosing all fingers together.

Stretch Pants

  • Lightweight and flexible for dynamic movements.
  • Durable and tear-resistant.

Lightweight and Down Jacket

  • Lightweight jackets for mild weather and transitional conditions.
  • Down jackets offer excellent warmth in extremely cold weather.

Liner and Woolen Socks

  • Liner socks keep feet dry and help prevent blisters.
  • Woolen socks provide warmth and resist odor.

Gaiters

  • Protect footwear from debris, water, and snow.
  • Essential for wet and snowy conditions.

By ensuring you have the right gear, you’ll be well-prepared for the challenges and beauty of the Mera Peak trekking and climbing experience. Each piece of equipment plays a crucial role in your safety, comfort, and success on this exhilarating adventure.

Most asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak stands at an impressive 6,476 meters above sea level. It is one of the famous peaks for climbing in Nepal, offering panoramic views of surrounding Himalayan giants.

The standard Mera Peak expedition is an 18-day adventure, which includes time for acclimatization, trekking, and climbing.

Mera Peak is considered a moderately tricky climbing peak in Nepal. While technical skills are helpful, even moderately experienced trekkers have reached the Mera Peak summit.

  • Spring (March to May): USD 250 per person
  • Autumn (September to November): USD 125 per person
  • Winter (December to February): USD 70 per person
  • Summer (June – August): USD 70 per person

The Mera Peak trek starts and ends at the famous Lukla Airport. This makes it accessible for trekkers already familiar with the Everest trekking region.

During the Mera Peak trekking phase, accommodation is generally in teahouses. Once you start the climbing phase, tented camps are the norm.

Yes, teahouses offer basic toilet facilities, whereas portable toilets are commonly used at tented camps during climbing.

Meals are generally provided at teahouses and tented camps. Water purification tablets or personal filtration systems are recommended for drinking water.

Absolutely. Make sure your travel insurance covers high-altitude trekking and emergency evacuation.

Teahouses offer limited charging facilities and sometimes WiFi. During the climbing phase, options are sparse. Carrying power banks and solar chargers is advisable.

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