Total Duration:22 Days
Mera Peak (6654m), located in Everest region is one another most demanded peak for climbing in Nepal. This is one of the challenging peaks for climbing but is highly permitted peaks for climbing in Nepal. This peak was said to have explored by the British team in 1950s and was ascended by Col. Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing on 20 May 1953. One of the features of this peak is that the trail provides the most astonishing mountain sceneries including of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyu, among other mountains lying in the areas. Similarly, it offers splendid landscape, rocky and sloppy hills, flora and fauna in the area.
Mera peak climbing trip begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla or Tumlingtar or Phaplu and continues through the classic route to Everest base camp through Namche Bazaar and after making an excursion around, finally the trai takes you back to Lukla and flies back to Kathmandu.
Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu. And transfer to Hotel.
Day 02:Half day sightseeing in Kathmandu City, pree-trip meeting.
Day 03:Flight Kathmandu to Lukla (2850m.)Camp
Day 04:Trek to Chutanga (3170m.)Camp
Day 05:Trek to Chhatra La Pass (4620m.) Chhatrabok.Camp
Day 06:Trek to Kothe (3800m.)Camp
Day 07:Trek to Thagnag (4600m.)Camp
Day 08:Acclimatization at Thagnak. Camp
Day 09:Trek to Khare. Camp
Day 10:Climbing preparation day. Camp
Day 11:Mera La Pass (5350m.)Camp
Day 12:Mera High-Camp (5780m.)Camp
Day 13:Mera Peak (6,654m.) climbing period. Camp
Day 14:Extra day for Mera summit if you couldn't make it in 1st attempt. Camp
Day 15:Retract to Khare. Camp
Day 16:Trek to Kothe. Camp
Day 17:Trek to Chharabok.Camp
Day 18:Trek to Chutanga. Camp
Day 19:Trek to Lukla. Camp
Day 20:Fly back to Kathmandu. Hotel (evening farewell dinner in Kathmandu)
Day 21:Extra day in Kathmandu anycase of bad weather in Lukla. Hotel
Day 22:Trip end. Final departure transfer to airport.