Mera Peak climbing is the highest trekking peak in Nepal. It is a great destination for novice climbers around the world. It lies in the land of the historic Everest Region of Nepal.
Mera Peak climbing is the highest trekking peak in Nepal. It is a great destination for novice climbers around the world. It lies in the land of the historic Everest Region of Nepal. Mera Peak lies at the top of the Mahalanger section of the Himalayas north of the Solukumbu region. The highest trekking peaks in Nepal are indicated by three major peaks: Mera Central (6,476m), Mera North (6,476m), and Mera South (6,065m). Similarly, if you are looking for your first climbing experience then Mera Peak is the best option. The summit offers magnificent views of Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt. Lhotse (8516m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8201m), and Mt. Makalu (8463m), etc.
Mera Peak climbing is much easier if you have past climbing experiences. Moreover, our sherpa guide will teach in the pre-training session about climbing. Also, he will teach you how to use your trekking gear and the necessary skills. The climbing is straightforward. Therefore, acclimatization is very important. The higher you trek to the remote valleys, your body get starts acclimatizing. Before Mera Peak Trail we will stay in Khare Village. It is the last village before peak climbing. Moreover, before the climb, we will take a day for acclimatization and basic climbing training. Also, checking gears and equipment is important before the climb.
Adventure Leaders Nepal is a professional travel agency in Nepal. We provide expert guides and porters who will help you to reach the top of Mera Peak. Also, your safety is our priority. During the whole trek, we make sure you are in good physical and mental condition. If you feel like you can’t climb further we do have Helicopter rescue evacuation as well. But, when you book a trip with us we can make sure you will successfully complete this peak climbing. To know more about Peak climbing in Nepal feel free to contact our expert.
Generally, peak climbing in Nepal takes more than 15 days. But, Mera peak climbing takes 2 weeks to complete. The peak climbing starts with a scenic flight to Lukla and a trek to Chhutanga. Then Chhutanga trail leads you towards Kothe via Zatra La Pass (4600m). At Kothe, you will have a rest day. Rest day is very important as you can acclimatize yourself. Similarly, from Kothe, you will trek towards Khare Camp through Thagnag. In Khare Camp, you will have basic training sessions. Training and checking your skills are very crucial. Likewise, the route continues towards the summit via High Camp. The summit is at 6654m. After enjoying the views from the summit you will climb down to the High Camp or Base Camp. Moreover, you will retrace the same trail from high camp to Kothe, Zatra La pass, and Lukla. Starting from Lukla to ending at Lukla, it takes 14 days.
Gears play a huge role during the course of your peak climbing. Here is the list of Gear and Equipment you need during the Mera Peak Climbing.
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