Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing

This lovely jolly trek takes us away from the more rocky trails leading to Everest Base Camp, to over a pass to the east. Entering this very sparsely inhabited Hunku valley, we walk northwards through a beautiful high alpine environment, from which Mera Peak (6,476 m.), the highest trekking peak in Nepal, and towers over the valley. Traversing around to the north, we find a softer side, and from here it is a nontechnical climb. It can be attempted if you have acclimatised well, with strong lungs and have climbing experience. From here you will have the view of four of the five highest mountains on earth standing proud over hundreds more, many of which are still unnamed and unclimbed. Thamserku Trekking since its operation in 1988 with its capable crew has enviable records of the number of clients who have reached the summit.

After the Mera summit, the trail will follow crossing Mingbo La or Amphu Lapcha down to Everest classic route to Chukung or Pangboche, via Tyangboche Monastery. From here we trek to Namche and down to Lukla From here we fly back to Kathmandu the next day.

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Day 01 Fly to Lukla, & trek to Chhutanga
Day 02 Chhutanga to Karkitang
Day 03 Karkitang to Chhyatarwa
Day 04 Chhyatarwa to Koti (Kothe)
Day 05 Koti to Tangna
Day 06 Tangna rest
Day 07 Tangna to Khare (Base Camp)
Day 08 Khare to High Camp
Day 09 High camp – climbs Mera Peak & back to High Camp
Day 10 High Camp to Khare
Day 11 Khare to Tangna
Day 12 Tangna to Koti
Day 13 Koti to Chhyatarwa
Day 14 Chhyatarwa to Chhutanga
Day 15 Chhutanga to Lukla
Day 16 Fly Lukla to Kathmandu