Mera Peak Climbing

The ascent of the Mera Peak Central 6,476 m is a high glaciated tour with short steep climbs up to 40° steepness. It will help if you are an experienced crampon walker who can climb flanks with a steepness of 35-40º without a rope safety device. In addition to the usual trekking equipment, a pair of warm crampon-compatible alpine boots, an ice axe, and safety material is required for the ascent.

Brief Itinerary View in full

  • Day 1Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel
  • Day 2Flight to Phaplu (2400m) and drive to Taksindu (2960m)
  • Day 3Trek to Kharikhola (2040m)
  • Day 4Trek to Panggom (2804m)
  • Day 5Trek to Ramailo Dada (3276m)
  • Day 6Trek to Chetra Khola/Jungle Camp (3122m)
  • Day 7Trek to Kothe (3580m)
  • Day 8Trek to Tangnag (4358m)
  • Day 9Acclimatization Day at Tangnag (4358m)
  • Day 10Trek to Khare (5045m)
  • Day 11Acclimatization day at Khare (5045m)
  • Day 12Trek to Mera Basecamp (5425m)
  • Day 13Climb to High Camp (5780m)
  • Day 14Summit Mera Peak & trek climb down to Khare
  • Day 15Trek to Kothe (3580m)
  • Day 16Trek to Thuli Kharka
  • Day 17Trek to Lukla
  • Day 18Flight to Kathmandu
  • Day 19Free day in Kathmandu
  • Day 20Final Departure from Kathmandu