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Mera Peak (6654m)

Mera Peak is located in the Everest region and is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal. There are many approaches to Mera; some are easy while others require the crossing of high and difficult passes. The south ridge is considered unclimbable, while the east and north faces are almost impossible. The north-east ridge is a difficult mixed climb, which leaves the west face as the only reasonable option for guided ascents.

As a fully registered company, Pema Treks & Expeditions Pvt. Ltd is fully covered by crew insurance and company guarantees. Our expedition guides, leaders and climbing staff are fully qualified and very experienced on all major routes on trekking and high altitude peaks. We are proud of our ability to guide you through even the most technical terrain with the safest possible methods. We ensure that our prices are very competitive without compromising your safety, comfort, or chance of summiting.

Region
:
Everest
Duration
:
18 days
Max-altitude
:
6654m
Best Season
:
March,May/Sept-Nov
Transportation
:
Bus & plane
Accommodation
:
4 night hotel, nights camping
Group Size
:
Min-2, Max-14
Start
:
Lukla
Finish
:
Lukla
Mera Peak is located in the Everest region and is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal. There are many approaches to Mera; some are easy while others require the crossing of high and difficult passes. The south ridge is considered unclimbable, while the east and north faces are almost impossible. The north-east ridge is a difficult mixed climb, which leaves the west face as the only reasonable option for guided ascents
Day
Route
1 Arrive Kathmandu transfer to hotel
2 Half day sightseeing to Pashupatinath, Boudhanath and Swayambunath temples
3 Sightseeing with a guide to Bhaktapur and Patan.
4 Fly Kathmandu-Lukla, Trek to Chhutang
5 Chhutang -  Thuli Kharka
6 Thuli Kharka - Kothe
7 Kothe -  Thagnag
8  Thagnag - Acclimatisation
9 Thagnag - Khare
10 Khare- Acclimatisation
11 Khare - Mera High Camp
12 Mera High Camp- Summit- Khare
13 Khare -  Kothe
14 Kothe - Sallaghari
15 Sallaghari - Yak Kharka
16 Yak Kharka - Lukla
17 Fly Lukla- Kathmandu
18 Kathmandu all free day shopping
19 Final departure from the Hotel

Note: Above day to day itinerary may be change depending on weather and flight.

Package price includes:

Five start Hotel in Kathmandu
All airlines ticket's and tax
All necessary permit and tax
Mera Peak climbing permit
All staff wages and insurance
All equipment for the Peak
All meal during the Expeditions period
Air port pickup and drove
All ground transportation
All camping equipments like tents, tables, chairs, mattresses, pillows, hot water bags and kitchens crews
Duffle bag for every member

Package Price excludes:

Personal bar bill, travel insurance/ international airfare
Personal expenses such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, mineral water, laundry and tips etc.
Personal rescue if needed

Day
Route
Duration
Highest Point/m
1 Arrive Kathmandu transfer to hotel
2 Half day sightseeing to Pashupatinath, Boudhanath and Swayambunath temples
We also take this chance to make sure we have all the gear we need for the trip. If not we can easily find what we need in the shops around Thamel.
3 Sightseeing with a guide to Bhaktapur and Patan. Full day
4 Fly Kathmandu-Lukla, Trek to Chhutang 5 hours (3150m)
An early start to fly from Kathmandu to Lukla. As there is a very strict limit of 15 kilos luggage per person on this spectacular flight most of the group climbing gear is sent on with the crew who travel by bus. After lunch in Lukla we head to Chhutanga through forests of pine and rhododendron.
5 Chhutang- Thuli Kharka 6-7 hours (4200m)
After breakfast we walk through the forest of pine trees to a yak kharka where we stop for lunch, before heading up the hill of Chhatra La. It’s a long steady climb so take your time and rest often to enjoy the views. From Chhatra La it's an hour to our camp at Thuli Kharka, where there no lodges and only a small local teahouse.
6 Thuli Kharka - Kothe 6 hours (4320m)
Although there are two routes we follow the easier low route. We gradually head down through forests of pine and fern to Sallageri where we rest for lunch. After lunch there is some more forest walking before we follow the Hinku River to our campsite at Kothe where there are many local teahouses.
7 Kothe - Thagnag 6 hours (4320m)
We follow the river again to reach Thagnag, where most people take an acclimatisation day before heading to Khare. Below Thagnag is a place of worship (vihar) for the local Buddhists, where it is believed we will get good luck for our trip if we make offerings. There are some local teahouses here.
8 Thagnag - Acclimatisation (4320m)
Here we rest a little, walk around the area and make sure that we have all the gear we need for the summit. If we need more, we can buy them here. It might also be your last chance to stock up on chocolate bars.
9 Thagnag - Khare 5 hours (4356m)
It is a slight ascent to Khare up a green hill with no trees. Here again we have an acclimatisation day tomorrow to prepare for the summit. There are many local houses here.
10 Khare - Acclimatisation
We can walk for a few hours on the hills around the village before heading back to camp to make final preparations for the summit bid. We can leave behind the gear we donâ€t need for the summit, as well as anyone who is not up to the climb. We’ll be reunited in a few days time.
11 Khare- Mera High Camp 6 hours (5415m)
We leave Khare early to head through the moraine for about 2 hours, before walking through ice the rest of the way to high camp. Here is our last chance to rest before the peak tomorrow, so relax and enjoy the view. It will be an early night as we have to start early for the summit.
12 Mera High Camp - Summit -Khare 8 hours (4356m)
We leave camp early to attack the summit by walking through the ice fall (roped together) and then on fixed ropes as we near the summit. From the summit there will be views of the villages of Thagnag and Khare, as well as Makalu (8463m), Hinku Peak, Barun Tse (7129m), Lhotse (8516m), Nuptse (7855m), Ama Dablam (6812), Kanchenjunga (8586m) and Everest (8848m). After a rest to enjoy the view and take some photos we head back down to camp, where we will enjoy a well earned meal and a sleep.
13 Khare - Kothe 6 hours (3650m)
We have a long gradual descent to Thagnag for lunch, where we also collect our gear and fellow trekkers who have been waiting here for us, before following the Hinku River to our campsite. There is a chance to see many birds in this area.
14  Kothe- Sallaghari 5 hours (2550m)
An easy walk heading down to Sallaghari where we can relax and enjoy the reduced altitude.
15 Sallaghari - Yak Kharka 6 hours (3750M)
The trail to Yak kharka climbs steeply through through bamboo and rhododendron forests.
16  Yak Kharka - Lukla 5 hours (2840m)
We continue through the pine trees to Lukla, where we enjoy our final night together before tomorrow's flight back to Kathmandu.
17 Fly Lukla- Kathmandu
We wake early for the flight to Kathmandu. If the weather is bad it may be delayed, or even cancelled so you should make sure that you leave a few days spare at the end of the trip to connect with any international flights.
18 Kathmandu all free day shopping
19 Final departure from the Hotel

Note: Above day to day itinerary may be change depending on weather and flight.