Mera Peak Climbing

18 Days
  • Airlines
  • Hotels/Tea House/Tent
  • 6461 metres
  • 16 Days
  • 2


Mera Peak (6461m / 21,198ft) is the tallest ‘Trekking Peaks’ a category of peaks permitted for trekking groups); situated in the southern region of the Mt. Everest range. Climbing Mera Peak involves one full day straightforward glacier trek from its high camp to summit and back to the base camp. This trip is combined with beautiful lodge (tea house) trekking of lower Everest region which starts at Phaplu airport (2400 meters) then leads to Khare (last lodge). Next from Khare is the base camp where one has to spend the night in the tent. From the higher base camp, climbers aim for summit of this stunning peak. Mera Peak is suitable for novice to experienced climbers and also to those who wish to test their climbing ability before aiming higher peaks. Our itinerary for trekking and climbing to Mera Peak is carefully designed to cope altitude gain in safer way; at the same time allowing to enjoy beautiful trekking which falls in less crowded part of the Everest trek. The trip is led and supported by experienced local guides and support staff whilst we provide top level group climbing gears like tents, ropes and other necessary logistics.

Peak Climbing and Trekking Itinerary

Days Places/Program Activity Time Sleeping Elevation
Day 01: Kathmandu, Arrival and meet the guide 1350 meters
Day 02: Kathmandu for trek preparation and stay at hotel
Day 03: Kathmandu – Phaplu and rest 2470 meters
Day 04: Trekking to Nunthala 6 hours
Day 05: Trekking to Pangom 6 hours 2800 meters
Day 06: Trekking to Tashi Ongma 6 hours 3580 meters
Day 07: Trekking to Kothe 6 hours
Day 08: Trekking to Thagnak 6 hours 4358 meters
Day 09: Trekking to Khare 6 hours 5000 meters
Day 10: Rest. 6 hours
Day 11: Trekking to base camp 6 hours 5300 meters
Day 12: Trekking to Advance Base Camp half day rest, training 6 hours
Day 13: Summit Day and return to Base Camp 6 hours
Day 14: An Extra Day (in case)
Day 15: Trekking back to Kothe 6 hours
Day 16: Trekking Chatrala 6 hours
Day 17: Trekking to Lukla
Day 18: Flight to Kathmandu
Day 19: Kathmandu extra day


The Cost Includes

  • Kathmandu hotel as per itinerary breakfast and taxes
  • One welcome meal
  • National Park Entry fee, Local Municipal Entry Fee
  • Climbing permit royalty, Trekking permit
  • Flights or ground transportation as per the itinerary
  • Climbing guide from base camp to base camp
  • Trekking guide entire trip
  • Accommodation on teahouse, local home lodge or tents as per itinerary twin or single room
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea, coffee (during meal times),
  • One tea break in a day tea or coffee, drinking water boiled or treated
  • Porter to carry luggage, extra bag
  • Oxygen supply in the case of big peak climbing expeditions
  • Shared equipment such as rope, snow Bar, anchor devices,
  • Insurance, equipment, bonus, wages for staff
  • Airport pick up and drop

The Cost Excludes

  • Hotel change or upgrade if applicable in Kathmandu
  • Lodge, hotel upgrade to private bathroom type during the trek
  • Extra porter, staff if required for specific purpose
  • Additional day trip charge in the case of itinerary change or dates added
  • Your travel, rescue, medical insurances.
  • Meals in Kathmandu except hotel breakfast and welcome meal
  • Bottled drinking water, and beverages other than tea / coffee during meals
  • Hot shower which can be bought from local lodges
  • Special meals on teahouses other than mentioned on printed menu, special desert
  • Any meals taken outside the lodge stayed
  • Personal expenses such as shopping, tipping, donation, offering, etc
  • Climbing summit bonus to the guide and assistant guide
  • Personal clothing and equipment list will be provided during booking process
  • Anything that’s not mentioned under the cost includes section above

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Mera Peak Climbing
From $2,400
/ Person
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