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Mera Peak Climbing (6476m)

15 Days Spring and Autumn Nepal

Mera Peak (6476m), residing in the Mahalangur section of Himalayas to the south of Mt Everest at the end of isolated and remote Hinku valley is the highest trekking peak. Popular as a trekking peak this 6476m high peak gives a unique experience of the expedition to novice climbers as well. It was first ascended by JOM Roberts and Sen Tenzing on 20th May 1953 through a standard route. Since then, a number of routes have been identified to the top of the peak, out of which some are very technical while some require some setoff technical knowledge in peak climbing. The Western and South facing ridges are tougher than the route from the North Ridge. The popular route is the one through the Zwatra La Pass at 4160m that offers the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the local culture, lifestyle, and traditions of people. Mera Peak is one of the frequently climbed peaks with a 100% successful summit rate. The top of the peak offers some marvelous views of Mt. Everest, Mt Makalu, Mt Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyo, Mt Kanchenjunga, and other Himalayan range.

The trail, however, passes through the remote valley with few tea houses. The path is rugged and steep in most parts. It can get difficult at times to walk in the high altitudes. So, we rest in the midway to acclimatize ourselves and avoid any bad circumstances. The Expedition is challenging as well as rewarding. One can explore the remoteness and wilderness of the Hinku valley, which is one of the rarely visited ones.

The overall trekking/expedition experience to Mera Peak is very satisfying as you summit a peak through trekking skills.


Once you land at the airport and complete your immigration formalities, our representative will meet and greet you at the airport and drop you off at the hotel to rest. You will join us in the evening for the welcome dinner organized by the company.  Hotel: Bed and Breakfast 

We will fulfill the necessary documentation, and you will be briefed about the major highlights of the expedition and the use of equipment. Hotel: Bed and Breakfast 

Early in the morning, after breakfast, we take a domestic flight to Lukla. We then start our trek to Chuthanga through dense forests, rivers, and streams. Lodge: B/L/D

Trek from Chuthanga to Zwatre-La (4100m)

Trek Zwatre La to Kothe (3691m)

Trek from Kothe to Thaknak and rest for acclimatization and pre-climbing training. 

Trek from Thaknak to Khare (5045m)

Trek from Khare to Mera High Camp (5780m)

On the 10th Day, we finally summit the Mera Peak at 6,476m and descend to Khare to rest overnight.

As descending is easier, we cover more distance while coming back. So, we trek back from Khare to Kothe leaving Thaknak behind.

Trek from Kothe to Zattre-La

Trek from Zattre-La to Lukla

From Lukla, we take a flight back to Kathmandu and rest at the hotel. We will gather for a farewell dinner in the evening. 

Its the last day and one of our representative will drop you off at the airport for your final departure. 

  • Airport transfer Costs
  • 3 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with Bed and Breakfast
  • Domestic Airfares
  • Peak Royalty, National Park Entry and local area entry costs
  • Wages, food and equipment for staffs involved
  • Three-time Meals with hot beverages
  • All necessary items like tents, kitchen utensils, mattresses, EPI Gas, high foods and general climbing pieces of equipment
  • Garbage disposal fee
  • Government taxes and charges
  • Medical Kit for the group
  • Farewell and Welcome Dinner in typical Nepali Restaurant
  • Immigration fees
  • International Airfares
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu (Except Welcome and Farewell Dinner)
  • Travel and High Altitude Insurance
  • Personal expenses (Phone calls, satellite phones, Laundries, Hot shower, Battery recharge)
  • Personal Trekking gears
  • Tips for staffs