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Mera (North) peak is recognized as one of the highest trekking peaks, having a wide popularity among novice and experienced mountaineers. Like Mt. Everest, it is part of Mahalangur Himalayan range and likes in the famous Khumbu trekking region.
Mera peak consists of three peaks: Mera North (6,476m), Mera Central (6,461m) and Mera South (6,065m). There is a dispute over who climbed Mera north first, with claims between 1975 and 1973. Mera south on the other hand was climbed by Mal Duff and Ian Tattersall in 1986. Mera (North) peak rewards with heart-stopping views of five highest mountains, namely Mount Everest(8848m), Kangchenjunga(8586m), Lhotse(8516m), Makalu(8485m) and Cho Oyu(8201m) along with Nuptse, Cholatse, Ama Dablam, Chamlang and Baruntse.
Mera peak is a snowy mountaintop and is considered a non-technical mountain. Though you will require adequate acclimatization period and involve in glacier walking. One also needs to be before proficient in walking on crampons, using harnesses and ice axes. Mera Base camp will be positioned at 5680m while the High camp is set at 5780m.
The duration of Mera peak climbing is just 3 days however you will have to spend considerable time in trekking in Khumbu and Hinku valley. So a minimum of 3 weeks is necessary to complete the climbing program.
● Mera peak is one of the highest trekking peak and is part of Mahalangur Himal range
● 360 degree views of five highest mountains including Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu from the mountaintop
● Get a taste of Himalayan mountaineering
● Trek through Khumbu and Hinku Valley- the Sherpa homeland Cross Zatrwa La (4610m) pass
● All airport/hotel transfers by private vehicle.
● Four nights accommodation at a 3-Star hotel in Kathmandu with BB plan on twin/double sharing basis.
● All accomodation in a standard tea house during the trekking trails.
● Full board meals during trek & climbing period – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
● An experienced licensed English-Speaking professional sherpa guide, porters and supporting staff.
● Round trip domestic flight ticket(Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu).
● All essential ground transportation by private vehicle as per itinerary.
● Climbing permit for Mera Peak.
● All necessary permits (TIMS, Park fees, Restricted area permit, world heritage sites entry fee where applicable)
● All necessary climbing gears.
● Kitchen equipments and camping equipments during climbing period
● Farewell dinner in Kathmandu.
● Insurance for all staff
● A comprehensive medical kit.
● All government and local taxes
● Nepal Visa Fee
● International airfare to and from Kathmandu
● Personal Climbing Gears.
● Meals in Kathmandu
● Any kind of refreshment beverages and alcohol.
● Extra days accomodation in Kathmandu in cases of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountains (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
● Travel and rescue insurance.
● Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc.)
● Any extra costs resulting from cancellation, landslide, weather, political unrest or illness
● Rescue and evacuation
● Tips for guide, drivers and supporting staff.
● Thermal Base Layers – Tops and Bottoms
● Heavy Base Layers
● Trekking Pants
● Hard-shell pants
● Down Pant
● T-shirts – Short and long sleeve
● Mid Layer Top
● Insulated Jacket
● Hard-shell Jacket
● Down Jacket/Parka
Double insulated mountaineering boots for climbing Hiking boots (Full and waterproof) for approach lightweight shoes for camp and around town
● Wool/Synthetic socks
● Liner socks
● Liner gloves
● Mid-weight gloves
● Down mittens
● Cap/Sun Hat
● Warm wool/Synthetic Hat
● Eye Wear (Full coverage around eyes and nose)
● Ski Goggles
5. Climbing Gears
● Ice Axe
● Belay Device/Figure of 8
● Prusik Cord
● Trekking Poles
● Small pack (35-40 litres)
● Waterproof duffel bag
● Padlocks for the duffel bag
● Pack cover
● Water Bottles
● Camera & Batteries
● Power bank/Solar Charger
● Universal adapter
8. Hygiene and first aid
● Skincare ( Moisturizer ,sunscreen and lip balm)
● Toilet paper and wet wipes
● Personal first aid kit
● Water treatment
All accommodations for the Mera Peak Climbing are on a twin-sharing basis. The lodges and tea houses have been selected by the Asia Buddhist Tours & Treks after personal inspection. We look at the conditions of the inns, local hygiene, quality of food, type of service and more.
We offer two types of accommodations on this peak climbing. In Kathmandu you will stay four nights at a 3-Star hotel (could be changed as per your requirement) and, during the trekking trial you will stay in standard tea houses and camp. These places have pleasant, unheated rooms and wooden beds with foam mattresses.
All rooms are double occupancy, but you can request a single occupancy room for an additional fee, which will be available only during the trekking trail. However, sometimes single rooms are not available in some places, depending upon local conditions. We do work to provide the best possible options when trekking in the High Himalayas.
Food will vary between typical Nepali in the mountains. In Kathmandu there are far more choices, which include Indian, Continental, Italian, Tibetan and more. The city areas offer everything from good steaks and burgers to apple pie and pizza.
Nepali food is nutritious, and ranges from our traditional Daal/Bhat and Momo to fantastic breads, fruits and more. The cooking is wholesome and the food is tasty during the trek trail too.
For the Mera Peak climbing there will be a license holder climbing guide and Porters for carrying luggage. This arrangement ensures that if anyone in the group is sick the trip can still go on as planned. However, Asia Buddhist Tours & Treks can run this peak climbing for groups of any size. Usually, we have found that the maximum number of climbers in any group is 12 people.