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Mera Peak Climbing

Destination: Nepal

Region: Everest

Trip Facts

Trekking and Climbing
Hotel, Lodge and Camp
Best Season
Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast


Because of our strategic and effective planning, your Mera Peak Climbing Expedition is bound to have 200% success under the leadership of our result-oriented climbing guide (also rock climbing guide). They make themselves available with the deadline and are quick and fast.

Think painlessly and effortlessly when you are with Access the Asia because it has framed the services that are the solutions to your problems in both cities and villages of Nepal because it has personal experiences on how to ace higher in its objective solely designed for your travel satisfaction like Mera Peak Cost and perfect itinerary.

Ahead to the Mera Peak Trekking, it is time to stand out and incorporate the UNESCO world heritage sites of Nepal. Will have an opportunity to dig into them with our experienced city guide who is well-versed in the English language, and who knows the city inch by inch.

Let’s make the first day of the Mera Peak Climbing Trip memorable, and let’s do it by speaking intelligently that you are at the hands of the safest captain and co-pilot, who know how to fly safely thoroughly in the middle of the mountains to their bones. The scenic mountain flight catches your attention. As soon as you land at Lukla airport, you are at the gateway to Everest. Ripples of pride dominate your feelings. That’s the way it should be. And you are in the land of the Buddhists, and you can relate this as you pass by mani walls and chortens. As you reach out to another place, you will be completely in a new place, and there nobody is with you, nevertheless, the foot of the hills attracts you immensely. Is this what makes Mera Peak a top trek?

Walking up to 4000 m plus Zatrawala Pass has value because you are going to link yourself to the accessible human elevation that can be done by one in a million occasionally. The pass has always been a viewpoint to see a high-quality view of the mountains: Number Himal, Kongde Ri, Karyolang Peak, and Lumding Himal. Access the Asia is 100% sure that this view comes in your best travel interest.

The trekking trail will not be your cup of tea when it takes an unexpected turn like bumpy, downhill, or uphill. These are the regular features, but they will not suit you or match you as you reach out to the downhill section from an open green pasture.

When you reach the Hinku Valley, you will find it alive because it is untouched, and you will thrive there because it showcases the stunning view of Mera Peak.

It is a proven faith that if you light an oil lamp at Gandidhung, a monastery, the success of Mera Peak Summit is guaranteed 100%.  Since you are a person who wants to reap the reward, you surely want to seize this religious activity from your heart and mind.

During the progression of your trekking, you come across lateral moraine and glaciers. These are unique and something that you don’t see usually with your open eyes but only in dream. Your Mera Peak Itinerary is also frequented with short hikes to surrounding villages on a rest day. Another compelling feature of the itinerary is you will be walking on the glacier, which has been sourced out from Mera Peak.

When you reach the base of Mera Peak, you can say that moment is the moment of truth. And when you reach the first high camp through Mera La Pass, it is time for all of us to reach the viewpoint that bombards you with the view of mountains everywhere. The climbing route takes you to new features of geography, like crevasses and the summit, which will amplify your excitement. When you see the view from the summit, you really feel, you have selected it from different angles, and you also feel you have hand-selected it before starting your journey, just like you select a perfect life partner. Because your travel decision has turned into gold now as well as it has turned wonders.

When it comes to Mera Peak climbing gears list, Access the Asia has classified it into two categories. They are given below which makes it easy to distinguish: personal gears and company’s gears. The gears that Access the Asia provides are tent, cookware, and kitchenware.


It scales to an amazing height; it is the highest trekking peak in Nepal.

  • Mera Summit offers the view of 8000 m peaks that are in the Everest region.
  • Best months for Mera Peak Trekking and Climbing are February to May and October to December.
  • Mera Peak Trek Itinerary can be extended from 15 days to 18 days.
  • Mera Peak Climbing becomes exciting when you come across the crevasses.


Day 1

After your arrival at the TIA (Tribhuwan International Airport), Kathmandu, you are received with warm and hearty welcome by our friendly and accommodating staff along with welcoming banner stand sign outside the arrival terminal. Meanwhile, it is followed up by short welcoming procedure in a typical Nepali tradition and you are escorted to the luxurious hotel in Kathmandu. During this time period, you can feel the vibes of the bustling lifestyle of Kathmandu city. Various cultural heritages and ancient sculptures with magnificent monasteries are the center of attraction in Kathmandu city. Furthermore, you are provided with pleasantly brief details regarding your stay in hotel. A comfortable and luxurious stay in hotel of Kathmandu for this night.

Note: A short meeting is held at a set time the same day or else it takes place in the first hour the following day depending upon your arrival time.
Drive duration: 30 minutes
Accommodation: Luxurious hotel in Kathmandu City

Day 2

One of the explorative days begins with your breakfast. Meanwhile, our city guide provides you the brief details of the city tour allocated for this day and you are provided with the grounded private transportation for this particular tour. Kathmandu, also known as the ‘ City of Temples’ has lots of ancient monasteries, unique sculptures, important religious and cultural sites, delightful culture, customs and unique lifestyle of people living in the capital city of Nepal. Kathmandu city has become the dwelling place for people from all over the country. Hence, this is the perfect sample for unity in diversity. People of different religion, culture and unique lifestyle have collaborated together to unite in this wonderful city. Some of the important tourist destinations of this city are Pashupatinath Temple ( one of the most holiest places for Hindus), Syambhunath and Boudha Stupa (two major Buddhist monasteries), Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square (Ancient sculptures and architectures with Pagoda style Temples), Newari culture, customs and cuisine (Indigenous and traditional community of Kathmandu city).

Your exploration occupies some space for you to recap all those beautiful memories and understand the lifestyle and history of Kathmandu. After this beautiful journey, you are escorted back to hotel and an overnight stay at the hotel.

City Tour: Entire day
Accommodation: Luxurious hotel in Kathmandu

Day 3

After breakfast at Lukla, your first day of the trek begins with a hike to Paiya. Landing on the famous and widely known airport known as “Tenzing Hillary Airport” you hike towards Paiya for an overnight stay there. For the first one and half hour, you hike steep downwards to Surke Village popular for Sherpa community. You can find lots of Tea houses on the way that makes this trip more familiar with the people living in this region. And, this village has the iconic feature as the famous personality, Pasang Lhamu Sherpa was born there, the first female to climb the highest mountain of the world, Mt. Everest. After reaching Surke Village and exploring the Sherpa community, you hike steep upwards for about three hours towards Cheubas hiking through lush forest, several tea houses and unique topography. At the top of this hike, you can have the phenomenal view of the Lukla village which is the luring part of this hike. In this region, you can find mules and yaks carrying the necessary goods to Lukla and upper village. And, with all these memories you reach to Paiya making this trip as one of the memorable trips of your lifetime.

An overnight stay at Paiya

Hiking Duration: 5-6 Hours
Accommodation: Lodge / Tea house

Day 4

After breakfast at Paiya, your destination for this day is Panggom. The trip from Paiya to Panggom is also exciting as you hike through Paiya River Bridge and dense forest with aroma and beautiful surrounding around you. Passing through Kari La Pass is also another excitement where you pass through beautiful rhododendron, bamboo and pine forests. The phenomenal and mesmerizing highlight of this particular journey is you can have the majestic and amazing Dudh Koshi Valley that blends your soul to its natural beauty. Eventually, you reach to Panggom village with the warm hospitality of the people who basically depend upon farming, agriculture and trading business.

An overnight stay at Panggom.

Hiking Duration: 5-6 Hours
Accommodation: Lodge / Tea house

Day 5

After breakfast at Panggom village, your destination for this day is Ningsow village. This hike begins with the plain terrain for a while and you pass through Panggom La Pass after which you have to ascend a while to reach Peseng Kharka Khola. During this hike, you can go through different places where you can find the true essence of natural beauty and various kinds of aromas around the surrounding. On the steady and solid track from Peseng Kharka Khola, you hike towards the Peseng Kharka Danda which lies in the northern part of Peseng Kharka Khola. On this hike duration, you can find various rivers and streams that makes your trip more refreshing and pleasant. After crossing the Ningsow Khola or the stream, you reach to Ningsow village, the final destination for this day.

An overnight stay at Ningsow Village.

Hiking Duration: 4-5 Hours
Accommodation: Lodge / Tea house

Day 6

After breakfast at Ningsow, you hike towards Ramailo Danda which is the best platform to capture the panoramic and stunning views of Mera Peak and Salpa Pass which is the well-known pass in the Khumbu region taking you to the holy lake Salpa Pokhari. On the way to this journey, you pass through the Makalu Barun National Park which is the habitat of various flora and fauna and is one of the famous National Parks among 12 other national parks of Nepal. The endangered red panda is the key animal to be explored in this region. After this wonderful scenario, you hike through Pasang Lhamu trial eventually taking you to your final destination of this day, Chhatra Khola.

An overnight stay at Chhatra Khola.

Hiking Duration: 7-8 Hours
Accommodation: Lodge / Tea house

Day 7

After breakfast at Chhatra Khola, your destination for this day is Kothe. To reach Kothe, you pass through various small rivers and streams that is well observed during this hike. While you go through these rivers and streams, your path merges with another one besides the Hinku Khola, one of the famous streams around this region. On the way, you find Tashing Ongma, the famous destination for tea houses and tea stores. Eventually, you cross the Sanu Khola Bridge to reach Kothe with all the beautiful memories on the way with unique ecological and topographical beauty.

An overnight stay at Kothe.

Hiking Duration: 6-7 Hours
Accommodation: Lodge / Tea house

Day 8

After having breakfast at Kothe, you hike towards Thagnak which resides at an altitude of 4358m. Meanwhile on the way to Thaknak, you find the rocky and dirt trials that makes this trip a bit challenging regarding your strength to walk on this trial until you reach the place where you stop for lunch known as Godnishung. The main exciting and majestic views starts to appear from here onwards as you move forward. The widening of the trial and the declining tree lines make this trip the most memorable and amazing with the views of Mera Peak, Charpati Himal, Kusung Kanguru and Thamserku. As the views gets widening and you can clearly view the panoramic mountain views the more you move forward towards Thaknak. Along this way, you can also find the 200 old Gumba known as Lungsunmgma Gumba. Here you can blessings from the Lamas also known as the “Priest of the Himalayas”. The calligraphy on the rocks of this Gumba reflects and depicts the map of Mera Peak and the overall path and routes to reach to Mera Peak which is astonishing and surprising for the new visitors to this place. And, eventually you reach to Thanknak.

An overnight stay at Thaknak.

Hiking Duration: 4-5 Hours
Accommodation: Lodge / Tea house

Day 9

After reaching to this point at an altitude of 4358m, this day is allocated for acclimatization. It is advised to stay at Thaknak for acclimatization because it’s tough for the beginners to cope up with the altitude and the continuous days of long hikes in the difficult trials of the Himalayan Region. For this day, you can have the scenic breakfast in the morning and enjoy the sunrise with an amazing view of the surrounding making your early morning refreshing and full of excitement that makes you forget all the pain and tiredness during the hikes from Lukla to Thagnak. After breakfast, you go for a short hike that makes your day even more refreshing and making your body cope up for the next mission which is to reach the Mera peak or Mera summit to gain once in a lifetime experience.

An overnight stay at Thaknak.

Accommodation: Lodge / Tea house

Day 10

After breakfast at Thaknak, you start your journey ascending gaining the altitude thus reaching to Dig Glacier crossing pass the Charpati Tal, the amazing glacial lake of this region which has the historical background behind forming this glacial lake. This lake was formed after the breakage of the Hinku valley glacier. After reaching to this amazing lake, you descend to reach the Dig Kharka where you can find the green pastures and meadows along with the herders reaching out to graze the Yaks and Himalayan Sheep. With this, again you ascend up to Hinku Nup and Shar glacier before reaching to your final destination of this day which is Khare. And, after reaching Khare, you go for lunch and take some rest with the mesmerizing views around the place. After this, you set out for a pre-training campaigns held by the Sherpa and trekking leader regarding mountaineering skills and information about mountaineering gears that becomes helpful for you to stay safe in the difficult time you might face during mountain climb. The important factor is you learn to use the climbing gears and the rope during the time you climb the Mera Peak.

An overnight stay at Khare.

Hiking Duration: 3-4 Hours
Accommodation: Lodge / Tea house

Day 11

After breakfast in the morning, you go for a look around the surrounding of Mera Base Camp. Thus, after you explore this amazing place you set out for a lunch. Meanwhile, the team prepares the climbing gears and the staffs associated for the peak climbing and camping during this time period. The hike from Khare to Mera Base Camp is only about 2 hours and is done after lunch. It is done so because the journey from Khare to Mera High camp is a bit exhausting and its difficult to climb the Mera summit the very next day. Thus, creating this one day stay at Mera base camp provides you the extra strength to climb Mera summit with an ease. Gradually with the scenic view, you eventually reach to Mera Base Camp from where the camping starts with the tents built by the experienced team members.

An overnight stay at Mera Base Camp.

Hiking Duration: 2 Hours
Accommodation: Camping

Day 12

This morning is one of the exciting mornings of this journey where you start your hike after breakfast to Mera High Camp. Mera Base Camp lies below the ice point where you can observe the rocky terrains and the base of the Mera Peak. You start your trek for a while (15 minutes) on the rocky terrain and you reach to the ice point from where you start to use the climbing gear and equipment (Boots and Crampons). This moment is the most awaited moment as you hike ahead crossing the thick ice. You feel like you are blended within the white snow and protected by the mountain ranges that surrounds you providing the majestic panoramic views of Mera range, Charpati Himal, Thamserkhu and Kusung Kanguru. On reaching Mera La Pass, you feel like you accomplished the best hike during this journey. On the way to Mera High Camp, you pass through the flat thick ice-covered routes. Your mission for this day is to reach high camp which is surrounded by the snowcapped mountain ranges and Mera High Camp is itself the rocky terrain where the team members prepares the tent for an overnight stay at Mera High Camp.

An overnight stay at Mera High Base Camp.

Hiking Duration: 3-4 Hours
Accommodation: Camping

Day 13

For adventurous trekkers, the journey from Mera Summit to Khare is both difficult and gratifying. Trekkers will need to be in excellent physical shape and have acclimated to the altitude before starting the trek, which begins at an elevation of 6461m. The path meanders through breathtaking scenery, passing high-altitude lakes, glaciers, and breathtaking Himalayan views.
Although the path becomes more level as trekkers approach Khare after descending from Mera Summit, it is still steep and requires careful footing. People who have finished the trek can find a comfortable spot to rest in this small village, which is located at an elevation of 5045 meters. Views of the neighboring summits, such as Mera Peak and the lovely Hinku Valley, are available to trekkers. In general, the journey from Mera Summit to Khare is satisfying and memorable.

An overnight stay at Mera Khare.

Hiking Duration: 9/10 Hours
Accommodation: Lodge

Day 14

The trip through the heart of the Hinku Valley on the trek from Khare to Kothe is beautiful and thrilling. Trekkers will start their descent through rocky territory and dense vegetation at an altitude of 5045 meters. The path passes through lovely rhododendron and pine tree forests, as well as through small towns and meandering streams.
Trekkers will travel through the 4356m-high village of Tangnag as they make their way down to Kothe. This is a fantastic spot to stop and take in the breathtaking views of the neighboring summits, including the magnificent south face of Mera Peak.
Trekkers who make it to Kothe will find themselves in a peaceful valley encircled by mighty mountains. The village provides trekkers with an opportunity to learn about the customs and culture of the area. Overall, the hike from Khare to Kothe is a lovely and rewarding experience that highlights the Hinku Valley’s natural grandeur.

An overnight stay at kOTHE.

Hiking Duration: 4/5Hours
Accommodation: Lodge

Day 15

The trip through the heart of the Hinku Valley on the trek from Kothe to Thuli Kharka is challenging but beautiful. Trekkers will travel through thick forests, small streams, and charming towns as they ascend to an altitude of 3691m.
Inching closer to Thuli Kharka, the trail steadily climbs until it reaches an elevation of 4100m. Trekkers will be awarded with breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks, such as Mera Peak and the impressive Kusum Kanguru, as they progress higher in the mountains.
Thuli Kharka is a small community where trekkers can find simple lodging choices. With soaring mountains and alpine fields all around, it is a tranquil and serene setting. Before continuing on their trek to Mera Base Camp, hikers can stop here to rest and acclimatize. Overall, this hike seems to be very pleasing and satisfying providing the immense satisfaction to the one’s doing this trek.

An overnight stay at Thulikharka.

Hiking Duration: 6 Hours
Accommodation: Lodge

Day 16

The concluding trekking section of the Mera Peak trek, from Thuli Kharka to Lukla, provides breathtaking views of the Himalayas and the nearby valleys. Trekkers will descend through lush forests and traditional villages, traveling through the stunning Dudh Koshi River Valley, starting at a height of 4100m.
Trekkers travel through a variety of landscapes, including rhododendron forests, suspension bridges, and terraced fields as the path gradually descends toward Lukla. Trekkers will have the chance to engage with local communities along the route and learn about their culture and traditions.
The thriving town of Lukla offers both contemporary convenience and means of trade around the Khumbu region. It also serves as the entry point to the Everest area, and trekkers can fly from Lukla’s airport back to Kathmandu. Globally, Lukla is considered to be the wonder place and this hike ends in Lukla with the scenic flight back to Kathmandu the very next morning.

Day 17

After early morning breakfast at Lukla, you set out for a flight to Kathmandu. During this flight, you can have the bird view of the sky rocketing mountains and hills. The 40 minutes fight duration will be your best time ever spent as you can all those memories circling in your mind and view the amazing landscapes out of the window making this trip the most memorable one. After landing on International Airport of Kathmandu, you are escorted back to the Hotel.

An overnight stay at Kathmandu.

Flight duration: 30 minutes
Drive Duration: 45 minutes
Accommodation: Hotel in Kathmanu.

Day 18

After you arrive in Kathmandu with all the beautiful memories captured in your inner soul, you are set to recap all those memories and relax in Kathmandu on this day. Visit around Kathmandu city, shopping, relaxing and spending quality time in Kathmandu will be the pleasure of another dimension after this wonderful trek.

Accommodation: Kathmandu (Luxurious Hotel)

Day 19

You have to check out from the hotel before few hours of your flight schedule. You are dropped off to the airport after successfully accomplishing the exciting and thrilling trekking trial in Nepal.

Drive duration: 30 minutes

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What's Included

  • Transportation includes both grounded and aerial transportation including domestic airport transfers
  • Four nights’ accommodation with breakfast in a luxurious hotel in Kathmandu
  • Kathmandu city tour, including all entry fees, tour guide, and private transportation
    Domestic airport transfers for Lukla
  • Full board meals breakfast, lunch, and dinner with tea/coffee during the trek
  • Best available twin sharing lodge for accommodation
  • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek (optional)
  • Sightseeing tours in the areas covered by the trek
  • One highly experienced, helpful, and friendly guide and experienced climbing Sherpa. Porter and his insurance, food, accommodation, salary, and equipment
  • Camping equipment including staffs for camp installation
  • Camping staffs, food and equipment
  • Round trip flight Kathmandu-Lukla and Lukla-Kathmandu
  • Sleeping Bag, Down jacket and Duffle bag for porters
  • Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
  • First aid medical kit
  • Sagarmatha National Park Permit fee
  • Khumbu Region entry permit
  • TIMS Fee- Trekkers’ Information Management System
  • All government taxes and office service charge

What's Excluded

  • Meals not specified in the inclusions
  • Hot shower and extra hot water
  • Personal trekking/climbing equipment
  • Cold drinks and sweets like cholate bar and other snacks
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips for staffs
  • No extra expenses from the company if there is an emergency or bad weather


What to Bring?

Peak climbing is Nepal’s one of the adventurous and the most thrilling experiences one wants to achieve in this lifetime. Thus, many tourists are interested in various expedition and peak climbing campaigns to achieve something beautiful in the land of paradise. There are various factors that help you to achieve this success. One important factor of this campaign is the appropriate gear and the equipment for successfully accomplishing this adventurous and the most thrilling event.

Some of the important gear list and the equipment are mentioned below:

  • Ice Axe: It is undoubtedly the most crucial tool you can have as a mountaineer. When there is snow or ice, the axe is mainly used for ascent and descent. But, it can also be used as a walking stick while climbing uphill, a self-arresting tool in case of an unexpected downward slip. Ice Axe is simply the most important and useful tool that keeps you safe and secured during the peak ascend and descend.
  • Snow Goggles: It is mostly used trekking equipment in order to prevent your eyes from snow reflection and the scorching sunlight. Basically, snow goggles is important during windy situation during the trek.
  • Sunglasses: UV protected and a quality Sunglasses is required to prevent yourself from the glare of the snow and intense mountain sunshine.
  • Hand Gloves: Another important trekking equipment is hand gloves. Basically, hand gloves is used to prevent your hands from frostbite and the possible numb situation due to snow.
  • Hat: It is the equipment that is used to prevent yourself from severe coldness. Basically, hats that covers your ears are highly preferable in order to keep you warm.
  • Crampons: It is widely used in the process of ice and snow climbing where you have to cross snowfields, ice fields and glaciers. It keeps you to grip your footstep so that you won’t be having any issues while climbing the peak.
  • Harness: A perfectly fit harness is another important tool while climbing the peak. It helps you get attached with the rope and anchor point. The harness should not be discomfort in your upper thighs and groin area.
  • Tape Slings: Tape slings are made with the design that protects the climbers form dragging by connecting with the anchors. The anchors are connected with the rope along with the gear to help climbers to ascend and descend.
  • Screw gate Carabineers: Basically, Screw gate Carabineers are the most important tools that are widely used during the rock climbing and the mountaineering along with the expeditions. These are the must necessary tools in the events that involve rope intensive activity during ascend and descend process. Four Screw gate Carabineers are recommended two locking and two unlocking for your safety.
  • Figure 8 descender: Basically, figure 8 descender is used to create friction during the descend process to control the pace of descending on a rope. It is also used to dissipate heat during the friction and can be used as the belay device.
  • Light mountaineering boots: Mountaineering boots are recommended with the crampons on it. Whereas, the light mountaineering boots are used to avoid the frostbite and to protect the feet during the movement in the difficult icy and snowy terrains.
  • Ascender (Jumar): Basically, among the ascenders, Jumar is a device that is used to ascend the fixed ropes. It is a metal device that can be used as a braking component in the fixed rope to adjust your movement.
  • Helmet: Helmet can be taken as the trivial tool among others and many discard using it but we recommend to wear the helmet during the trip as it can minimize the risk of head injury in some emergencies and make you safe. The successful trip requires every minimum details to follow.
  • Snow bar: Basically, this is also another important tool used to connect with the rope to hold the static load and fall protection. It is the device used to secure the weight support of the climber.
  • Rope: During mountaineering, rock climbing and other activity including ascend and descend, rope is the most important aspect. It is used for the abseiling process where the static rope is used for the process of ascending with minimum stretch while another rope is used as the stretchable one that is under use to maintain the fall in some cases.
  • Ice Hammer: Ice hammer is not mostly used whereas the areas having the soft snow, it is used to make it harder to fix devices properly.
  • Ice screw: Ice screw is another optional mountaineering tool that can be used in the steep snowy terrain. It is used as the running belay or anchor in the ice as per the requirement.

How challenging is the trek up Mera Peak?

Depending on the path and the weather, climbing Mera Peak is rated as moderate to difficult. A high degree of physical fitness and some technical climbing abilities are needed. Guidance and support provided by Access the Asia Treks team can easily be achieved as we have the experienced members to make this trip the successful one.


What is the best time for Mera Peak climbing?

The seasons of spring (March-May) and fall (September-November), when the weather is comparatively stable and the skies are clear, are the ideal times to ascend Mera Peak.


How long does it take to climb Mera Peak?

The expedition to climb Mera Peak lasts between 18 and 20 days, including days for acclimatization, the trek to base camp, the ascent to the peak, and the descent.


What supplies do I need to ascend Mera Peak?

Standard climbing equipment is required, such as crampons, an ice axe, a harness, a helmet, ropes, etc. Our company provides the necessary mountaineering gears except the personal gears. We provide our clients with every information of the mountaineering gears required prior to the peak climbing.


Depending on the path and the weather, climbing Mera Peak is rated as moderate to difficult. A high degree of physical fitness and some technical climbing abilities are needed. Guidance and support provided by Access the Asia Treks team can easily be achieved as we have the experienced members to make this trip the successful one.

The seasons of spring (March-May) and fall (September-November), when the weather is comparatively stable and the skies are clear, are the ideal times to ascend Mera Peak.

The expedition to climb Mera Peak lasts between 18 and 20 days, including days for acclimatization, the trek to base camp, the ascent to the peak, and the descent.

Standard climbing equipment is required, such as crampons, an ice axe, a harness, a helmet, ropes, etc. Our company provides the necessary mountaineering gears except the personal gears. We provide our clients with every information of the mountaineering gears required prior to the peak climbing.


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