Mera Treak and Peak Climbing 20 Days

$2000 Per Person
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Trip Highlights:

Mera Peak Climbing  is officially the highest trekking peak of Nepal’s permitted trekking peaks that rise to the South Mera of Mount Everest.

● Stunning scenes of 5 mountains over 8000 meters altitude – Mt. Everest 8848m, Mt. Cho Oyu 8201m, Mt. Makalu 8485m, Mt. Kanchenjunga 8586m, Mt. Lhotse 8516m

● Wild, uninhibited and beautiful – Hongu and Hinku valleys.

● Experience the unique culture and tradition of the Sherpa tribe and visit their heritages.

Mera Peak Climbing is the official highest peak climbing in Nepal that offers an unlimited peak climbing adventure experience. Mera Peak is an attractive pinnacle that rises to the South Mera of Mt. Everest. It dominates the uninhabited valleys of Hinku and Hongu. The Mera Peak was first climbed by J.O.M Roberts and Sen Tenzing  in 1953.

However, the successful ascent of Mera Peak was done in 1975 by Marcel Jolly, G. Baus and L. Honnis (French Climbers). They climbed the North Peak following the same route as that of J.O.M. Roberts but moving along the ridge which connects to the further summit. The courageous climb of Mera Peak is rewarded with the breathtaking sceneries of world’s highest mountains including Mt. Everest 8848m,  Mt. Makalu 8485m, Mt. Lhotse 8516m, Mt. Cho Oyu 8201m and other high mountains surrounding the Everest region of Nepal.

Mera Peak Climbing in Nepal starts with a scenic Mountaineering flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Lukla is the gateway to Khumbu and the entire Everest of Nepal. After the plane lands at Lukla, we move towards a pre-climbing journey that heads through less crowded terraced landscapes with untouched valleys and charming villages which are mostly inhabited by the indigenous Sherpa people.

Mera Peak Base Camp rests at an altitude of 5300 meters. Before reaching Mera Peak Base Camp, we head along the frozen waterfalls, dense forests, paddy fields and amazing glaciers giving astonishing views of high mountain ranges. Before attempting a final climb to the summit of Mera Peak, we climb higher up to reach the high camp from Mera Peak Base Camp.

Fully rested, acclimatized and perfectly equipped with all the necessary climbing gears, we will follow the guidance and footsteps of our experienced climbers with taking the weather conditions into consideration.

We will definitely overcome various climbing sections and head towards the summit of Mera Peak without letting down our determination. Our difficult climb to the summit of Mera Peak is rewarded with sensational and panoramic views of Everest,  Chamlang, Kanchenjunga, Baruntse, Nuptse, Makalu, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Kangtega , Cho Oyu and other snow-capped peaks in the Everest region.

We will spend a little amount of quality time at the summit of Mera Peak and quickly descend following the same route back to Mera Peak base camp. Having successfully summited Mera Peak, we shall return gradually back to Lukla. And from Lukla, we take a flight back to Kathmandu.


Generally, Mera Peak Climbing in Nepal concerns Mera Peak Expedition and Mera Peak Mountaineering along with the highest trekking peak climbing in Nepal for Climbing Mera Peak i.e. Climbing of Central Mera Peak 6461m. There are two faces of Mera Peak, one is North Mera (6476m) and the other is South Mera (6064m).

Details Itinerary

                                             Our Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive to kathmandu pick-up by company and drop to hotel
Day 2: Kathmandu  by jeep to Pattale dada
Day 3: Pattale dada by jeep to Mahakulung Bung or chheskam
Day 4: Visit Mahakulung cultural and people
Day 5: Bung trek to Chharakhar
Day 6: Chharakhar trek to Chalem
Day 7: Chalem trek to Kholakharka
Day 8: Kholakharka trek to Kothe
Day 9: Kothe trek to Thangnak
Day 10: Thangnak trek to khare
Day 11: Khare training day
Day 12: Khare trek to hight camp
Day 13: Early morning climb to summit and back to Khare
Day 14: Khare trek to Kothe
Day 15: Kothe trek to Chhatra-la
Day 16: Chhatra-la trek to Lukla
Day 17: Morning fly back to kathmandu

Cost Details

             Cost include on: 

• 2 Night hotel in Kathmandu including breakfast
• Airport pick-up and drop
• 3 times meal during the hiking. (2 breakfast,3 Lunch and 2 dinners.
•  lodge accommodation in trekking. and food
• 1 Hiking Guide/ porter/sherpa
• Necessary Trekking permit and necessary paper.

                  Cost does not include on:

• all food in Kathmandu
• personal expenses, phone call, laundry service etc.
• all bar bill coke, beer, water etc.
• Tips for guide, porter and driver.


  • Clothing & Equipment

  • Acclimatisation & Oxygen

  • Guides, Sherpas & Team Members

  • Health & Fitness

  • Communication & Electronic Devices

    Will there be any access to a satellite phone? If yes then what would be the charges for usage?
    Yes, most of our expedition guides take satellite phones and you are welcome to use these at wifi and local moble call Most often, your guide will post daily dispatches on the Nhh website in which your friends and family can follow your progress.

    I want to contact my friend or relative, who is on one of your trips, how can I reach them?
    Many of our treks and climbs send daily internet dispatches, and we receive updates from our guides while they are in the field. The best place to reach a loved one is through our office.

    Will there be any power source for charging batteries, etc. available throughout the trek?
    For lodge-bassed treks, many of the lodges have power available with typical Asian plugs (two nail like horizontal prongs) and offer to recharge for a fee. 

    We can cater for special power requirements at an extra cost or advise on the purchase of a suitable personal solar charging system - please enquire with our office.

  • Insurance

  • Fees & Payments

  • Photography

  • Safety

  • Employment

Manual Notes:

                                   PACKING HELP FOR TREKKING TOUR
                                    Max. 15 kg weight for the porters/participants

Long trekking trousers, wind- and water-repellent

Functional shirt short-sleeved

Long-sleeved functional shirt

Fleece jacket or sweater

Trekking socks normal and warm

Functional underwear

Long underwear

Warm sleepwear

Clothing for the lodge

Wind and waterproof rain jacket

Down jacket (Primaloft) thin with hood

Down jacket warm with hood

Cap warm

Buff bandana / scarf

Coneflower / Cap

Gloves normal and warm

Trekking shoes ankle-high

Trekking sandals or sneakers for Teahouse

Category 4 sunglasses


Sleeping bag

Drinking bottle, thermos bottle

trekking poles


Day pack, rain cover

packing bag

Plastic bag for documents ect.

Big bag or backpack

First Aid Kit…painkillers e.g. Ibuprofen, diarrhea and vomiting remedies, electrolytes, cold remedies, wound disinfectant, plasters, blister plasters

Sun protection face and lips with high SPF

Toilet paper


microfiber towel

ear plug

nail clippers

brush, comb

Wet cleaning wipes

hand disinfection

toothbrush, toothpaste

washing gel

face cream

lip care

power bank

Phone, charging cable, headphones

Camera, SD card, spare battery

E-reader, book, notebook, pen


passport photos

cash, credit card

Document insurance for helicopter rescue and illness

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