Mera peak climbing, a highest trekking peak in Nepal is one of the most popular mountain to climb for adventure lovers. Mera Peak (6476m) is located far south east of the entire Everest region. Climbing Mera peak itself is not much technical and doesn't consist of a steep technical climb but the elevation reaching 6476m at the summit makes this a challenging climb. The region of this stunning peak belongs to Hinku Valley area and the main rout of trekking also follow the entire valley. Himalayan Mentor has suggested climbing itinerary of the popular Mera peak climbing which is based on facts to fit every level of normal climbers with reasonable cost. The entire trekking route follows crossing over the Zatra La Pass and continue high valley up to Thangnak. It is also allow to climbers perfect acclimatization and sufficient fit before heading the main climbing to the peak.
Expedition to Mera peak provides you best opportunity to fulfill your mountain climbing dream in Everest region of Nepal. We provide you full board kitchen service basis and accommodation at teahouse lodge stay on the way of trekking and camping supported basis above Khare Camp. We have fixed of this type of service because climbers can get perfect hygienic food supplies which is also main concern of the entire trip. Mera peak climbing is one of the most popular one and till this date every season attracts many climbers to scale its summit. Above high camp attempt is physically very demanding and the main climbing part is quite technically straightforward on snow slopes which rarely exceed 30 degrees.
Mera Peak Climbing highlights
- Mountain climbing to the highest trekking peak in Nepal “Mera Peak (6476m.)”
- Climbing with the support and guideline of expert Sherpa climbers
- Enjoy trekking on less touristic trail than other regular Everest region treks
- Experience wonderful snow-capped sights of Mt Everest (8,848m), Mt Lhotse (8516m), Mt Cho Oyu (8,188m) and many more
- Great experience for beginner climbers
- Enjoy Sherpa culture and hospitality