It is thought to be the second most famous climbing peak of Khumbu Region, Nepal after Island peak. It has 3 major summits – Mera Peak North, Mera Peak Middle and Mera Peak South. Mera Peak North is highest peak among them, and South peak is smallest one. They have altitude of 6,476m, 6,461m and 6,065m continuously. It is thought to be the highest peak to climb in the world. From the Mera summit, we can enjoy the stunning circularized views of 8000m above Mountains – Mt Everest (The Highest Mountain, Kanchenjungha, Lhotse, Makalu, Choyou etc). Let us tell you that it is most difficult climbing peak, so reaching on the elevation of this peak is quite dangerous. Therefore, you need to be ready to face that difficulty having the preparation of necessary equipment and physical fitness. High altitude glacier walking, climbing through snow-capped steep way is amazing and also quite terrible. However, every years, many adventure seekers come to reach on the head Mera Peak.
Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla. Trek Lukla – Chutanga. Camp.
Trek Chutanga – Zatrawala Pass – Thuli Kharka. Camp.
Trek Thuli Kharka – Tangnang (Sabal Tsho-Lake) following Hinku Valley.
Trek Tangnang – Dig Kharka. Camp.
Trek Dig Kharka – Khare. Camp.
Trek Khare – Mera La (Pass). Camp.
Trek Mera La (Pass) – Mera Peak Base Camp. Camp.
Rest day at Mera Peak Base Camp for preparation for the climb.
Climb Mera Peak Base Camp – High Camp. Camp.
Climb Mera Peak and return to Khare. Camp.
Trek Khare – Orshela. Camp.
Trek Orshela – Chutanga. Camp.
Trek Chutanga – Lukla. Camp.
Fly Lukla – Kathmandu.