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Trip Duration

17 days

Trip Grade


Highest Altitude

6,476 m (21,247 ft)


Teahouses and lodges



Group Size

2-30 max

Best Season

Autumn and Spring

Mera Peak Climbing Brief Insight

Are you willing to scale mountains and experience the feelings that come with them? Are you undecided as to where to begin? Mera Peak climbing is one of the several pinnacles. The highest point offers thrills, breathtaking mountain views, glacial masses, abundant plant life, and much more.

Mera Peak is one of Nepal’s popular peaks for trekking. It is a beautiful peak that rises to a height of 6476 meters. The primary three peaks are Mera North, Mera Central, and Mera South. It is viewed as an essential advance prior to endeavoring Mt. Everest. Perspectives on the upper Himalayas, including Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, and other close-by peaks, are out of this world.

Mera Peak is the ideal destination to start your summit voyage. For mountaineering, it is less technical. It offers the opportunity to learn and practice the stuff to approach at the summit. This adventure climb is ideal for all fit and experienced trekkers who wish to stand on a Himalayan peak near Mt Everest. Climbing rough slants using crampons, belay and rappel capability, and different capacities can be honed.

Aside from climbing, you can learn about Sherpa culture and try out Sherpa cuisine. Landscapes, glaciers, and woods can all be explored in general. In the highlands, put your attention into working with the locals. Spend the night in a tent at a high altitude. And so forth.

Highlights of Mera Peak Climbing

  • Mera Mountain is a renowned trekking and climbing peak in Nepal.
  • Incredible perspectives en route to and from Lukla.
  • Nepalese and Tibetan cuisines during the venture.
  • The Sherpa people group in the Khumbu district expands a warm greeting and friendliness.
  • Witness the distinct terrain and natural wonders.
  • Instruction of proficient guides and sherpas for the best way to climb.
  • Embrace the dazzling vistas from the summit.
  • Fabulous perspectives on the peaks above 8,000 meters.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Kathmandu to Lukla by flight and trek to Chhuthang

Highest Altitude :

Lukla (2,800 m/9184 ft) and Chhuthang (3,020 m / 9,905 ft)

Trek Duration :

4-5 hrs

A picturesque flight to Lukla sets the initiation of venture to Mera Peak. Aerial views of verdant forest hills, landscapes, Himalayas, and other natural wonders awe you as you fly. Not long after the arrival, there will be a hike with ascend to Chhuthang.

The first trek begins moving east of the town, Lukla. Sherpa settlements and Buddhist shrines are located along the trail. You walk through a dense forest that runs alongside Kalo Himal’s edge. Several streams can be found along the walk, all of which lead to Chhuthang.
Overnight in Chhuthang.

Day 2: Chhuthang to Thuli Kharka

Highest Altitude :

Thuli Kharka (4,300 m/ 14,107 ft) and Zatrawala Pass (4,600 m/ 15,092 ft)

Trek Duration :

5-6 hrs

The trek to Thuli Kharka from Chhuthang is physically demanding. It is a rocky and steep path. After a tough climb, you arrive at the highest point of Zatrawala Pass. From the peak, the view is astonishing. Number Himal, Lumding Himal, Kongdi Ri, Karyolang Peak, and others are among the magnificent mountains that may be observed along the trek.

On continuing the trek from the pass, you take a short walk down the plain path. From that point onward, you advance toward Chhatre. Towards the end, it prompts Thuli Kharka. You can witness landscapes and yak pasture lands en route to Thuli Kharka.
Overnight in Thuli Kharka.

Day 3: Thuli Kharka to Kothe

Highest Altitude :

4,182 m/13, 716 ft

Trek Duration :

6-7 hrs

The trail today consists of a blend of ascents and descents. The Khumbu region’s Hinku valley is reached after a gentle descend. A series of uphills and downhills will make your venture exhausting. On the contrary, you’ll be blessed by the beauty of rhododendron and pine forests.

As you get further out from the valley, the awe-inspiring sight of Mera Peak excites you to continue on your journey. From there, you’ll be climbing down a wild, nearly vertical mountainside. You should hike slowly for your own safety.

After that, you arrive at the riverbed of the Hinku Valley. The journey continues upward after reaching the riverbed, leading to Kothe. Kothe is situated in the Hinku Valley toward the west.
Overnight in Kothe.

Day 4: Kothe to Thangnak

Highest Altitude :

4,358 m/14,299 ft

Trek Duration :

3-4 hrs

The hike to Thangnak is full of beautiful sights. After breakfast in Kothe, you start your day by walking along the Hinku valley’s riverbed. You will arrive in Gondishung by this route.

You’ll pass by the 200-year-old Lungsumgba Gompa as you continue up the path. A Buddhist shrine is called a gompa. It is expected that after worshipping at the Gompa, the summit attempt on Mera Peak will be a success.

You come across a scripture of Mera Peak after a brief hike. As a souvenir, you can snap its picture. We’ll travel to Thangnak, which is primarily a pasture land from that point forward.
Overnight in Thangnak.

Day 5: Thangnak to Khare

Highest Altitude :

5,045 m/16,553 ft

Trek Duration :

2-3 hrs

The trek to Khare today is proving to be difficult. The path is covered with rock debris and bulk deposits. Regardless, the guide will accompany you to your destination in a suitable manner.

You’ll be climbing past the Dig Glacier after leaving Thangnak. It is possible to have a view of the Charpati Lake, a glacial mass lake. You’ll then proceed to Dig Kharka. The spectacular splendor of Mera Peak, Kyeshar Glacier, and Charpati Himal can currently be seen.

You’ll reach Hinku Nup and the Shar glacier as you climb higher. You arrive at Khare after a while. Khare is the Mera Peaks’ base camp. From this vantage point, you can get a good look at Mera Peak’s north face.
Overnight in Khare.

Day 6: Acclimatization Day - Khare

Highest Altitude :

5,045 m/16,553 ft

Trek Duration :

1-2 hours

Today is a relaxing day in order to acclimatize following the elevation gain. You must adjust to the rising elevation and become more adaptable to it. Altitude sickness can strike anyone climbing over 5,000 meters. That is why, your body will require time to adjust.

You’ll be instructed how to belay and rappel for the summit climb during your acclimatization day at Khare. On a sloppy rock, you’ll learn to go all over. This is a warm-up session for the climb. You’ll be able to gather information and insight from experienced guides and Sherpas in preparation for the Summit.

Now is the time to finish putting up your climbing gear and equipment for tomorrow’s peak climbing late in the evening. If not, you may be able to rent the necessary equipment.
Overnight in Khare.

Day 7: Khare to Mera High Camp

Highest Altitude :

5,780 m/18,964 ft

Trek Duration :

4-5 hrs

The ascent to Mera High Camp is somewhat troublesome. You set out in the early hours of the day to hike up a steep climb. This prompts Mera La Pass, where you can see the summit in all its glory.

Moving on to the Mera glacier is the next step. The trail follows the path to the Mera High Camp. The Sherpas will set up a tent for your belongings and stay after you get at the High Camp. Dazzling perspectives on Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu can be seen from High Camp.

A decent night’s rest is fundamental following a long day. This is because you’ll be departing for the Summit extremely early in the morning.
Overnight in Mera High Camp.

Day 8: High Camp to Summit and come down to Khare

Highest Altitude :

6,461 m/21,199 ft

Trek Duration :

8-9 hrs

The day you’ve been looking forward to has finally arrived. Because of strong breeze en route to Mera Peak, the peak can be difficult to reach during the noon hour. Therefore, the ascent begins promptly in the first part of the day, around 1 or 2 a.m. With the help of an assistant and Sherpas, you make your way to the summit of Mera Peak with the assistance of the guide and Sherpas.

You’ll remember the time you spent at the top for the rest of your life. A moment of joy and celebration at the success. The accomplishment you’ve aspired to since the beginning.

Perspectives on Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, and other eight-thousanders will blow your mind. Soon enough, you and the rest of the team return to Khare along the same route.
Overnight in Khare

Day 9: Reserve Day

Highest Altitude :

5,045 m/16,553 ft

The most difficult aspect of mountain climbing is dealing with the weather. It’s completely surprising. Weather conditions can be stormy, blustery, freezing, and a variety of other things at any time. As a result, the quest to the summit is potentially dangerous. Accordingly, a reserve day is expected in case of harsh weather conditions. However, assuming the weather is fine and calm, you can continue to the summit.

Day 10: Khare to Kothe

Highest Altitude :

3,691 m/12,110 ft

Trek Duration :

4-5 hrs

Today’s trial is primarily about descending from Khare to Kothe. Getting back to similar geography, the wonderful vistas of rich rhododendron and pine forests, mountains, pastureland, and a lot more is rejuvenating. You’ll notice a decrease in altitude as you travel further. As a result, you’ll arrive at Kothe.
Overnight in Kothe.

Day 11: Kothe to Thuli Kharka

Highest Altitude :

4,300 m/ 14,107 ft

Trek Duration :

6-7 hrs

The return trek to Thuli Kharka is comprised of ascends and descends. It’ll be simple to navigate since you’ll be traveling the same path. On your way to Hinku Valley, you take a stroll through a rhododendron forest. After a tough hike, you arrive in Thuli Kharka.

Thuli Kharka is a beautiful spot to visit. Once and for all, take a minute to marvel at the breathtaking vista of Mera Peak.
Overnight in Thuli Kharka.

Day 12: Thuli Kharka to Lukla

Highest Altitude :

4,600 m/15,093 ft

Trek Duration :

6-7 hrs

The journey Mera Peak is nearing its conclusion. You depart the Thuli Kharka after breakfast.

The trek begins with a walk vertically to Zatrawala Pass and then descend. You can take in the all-encompassing perspectives on the Himalaya ranges once more at the Pass. The Zatrawala Pass leads to Lukla from here.

Lukla is a good place to rest after a long hike. To loosen up, go for a walk regarding Lukla or visit one of the numerous restaurants and cafes.
Overnight in Lukla.

Day 13: Flight back to Kathmandu

Highest Altitude :

1,350 m/4,429 ft

After completing our trek and flying back to kathamandu, your warm welcome will be epic and waiting for you. When you arrive in kathmandu we will organize small farewell party with small gift. later, you can enjoy your day roaming around the city.

Best Time

A variety of circumstances influences the quest for mountain climbing. A season is one of them. Autumn and spring are the finest seasons to sign up for the Mera Peak Summit.

The greatest time to climb Mera Peak is in Autumn. Autumn weather conditions is normally pleasant and stable with a cloudless sky. As a result, the mountain and scenic views are breathtaking along the entire trek. During this time, you’ll likewise get to see a few astounding dawns and sunsets. On the other hand, the traveling trail is somewhat more populous with travelers in the autumn.

Spring is the best season after autumn for travel in Nepal. During this season, the weather conditions are warm and reliable. On the other hand, the sky can be a little cloudy and gloomy at times. As a consequence, the view may not be as stunning as it appears in the Autumn.

Apart from these, traveling in the winter and summer can be quite challenging due to weather conditions. When there is frequent rain or snowfall, it is the most terrifying time to go on a trek.

Accommodation and Meals

You will stay in a tea house for the duration of the climb. Accommodations with private rooms are available up until lower region. The rooms are designed for two people to share. The price may vary depending on the highlights. As you climb higher in height, the tea houses’ amenities become sparse, with minimal services. Electricity, warm blankets and pillows, western toilets, hot showers, and other amenities are available in tea houses.

The food throughout the trek is incredibly great, with three meals provided: breakfast, lunch, and supper. As you get higher in elevations, it becomes costly. All through the climb, regular Nepali food (daal, bhat, and tarkari) is served for lunch and supper. Breakfast food varieties include corn flakes, oats, bread, butter, jam, cooked eggs, and so forth.

Gears and Equipment

The list mentioned below are some of the most important trekking gear and equipment for the Mera Peak Climbing:


  • All-season sleeping bag
  • Duffel bag
  • Down jacket
  • Daypack


Upper Body

  • Sun hat or cap
  • Woolen hat
  • UV protection sun hat
  • Mufflers
  • Headlamp

Main Body

  • Thermal wears
  • T-shirts
  • Fabric jacket (Wind/waterproof)
  • Fleece Jacket
  • Fabricated sports bras (for females)

Lower Body

  • Thermal bottoms
  • Normal pants
  • Trousers (Wind/waterproof)
  • Trekking pants (soft shell and hard shell)
  • Hiking shorts


  • Smartwool liner gloves
  • Hardshell gloves


  • Warm socks
  • Liner socks
  • Trekking boots
  • Casual shoes
  • Gaiters (for extreme cold)

First Aid Kits and Medications

  • Sunscreen
  • Lip balm
  • Antibiotic ointment
  • Bandages
  • 125 or 250 mg Acetazolamide tablets for altitude sickness
  • Painkiller tablets
  • Pepto Bismol for indigestion or diarrhea


  • Powerbank or extra batteries
  • Cameras and mobile phones
  • Binoculars
  • Pee bottle
  • Trekking sticks
  • Whistleblower


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best time for the Mera Peak trek?
The greatest and most ideal times to climb Mera Peak are in the autumn and spring. The weather is pleasant and the temperatures are moderate throughout this time of year. The Mera peak trek, on the other hand, maybe done at any time of year. However, the summer (monsoon) is not ideal. During the time of winter, it can be challenging to cope with the intense cold and altitude, but with enough expertise, the climb is achievable.
Is Mera Peak a simple climb?
In terms of mountaineering, the ascent to Mera Peak is less difficult. The climb, however, is a little tough but not impossible due to the high altitude. It is the best peak for beginners to use to prepare for a summit attempt. In comparison to other trekking peaks, it is considered a relatively easy ascent.
Is it necessary for me to have the prior climbing experience to climb Mera Peak?
Climbing the Mera Peak does not require technical climbing knowledge. Physical strength and fitness are required, as well as a strong determination. With minimal technical skills, the track to the peak can be completed. The Island peak is easier than the Mera peak in terms of altitude.
What if I get altitude sickness?
The most common disease experienced by mountain climbers is altitude mountain sickness (AMS). Altitude sickness might strike you if you climb over 4,000 meters in altitude. You can take medicine prescribed by doctors in this situation. Returning down for healing, on the other hand, is the greatest option. Depending on one's physicality, he or she may be able to heal with time. You are taken to the hospital by helicopter if you are seriously ill.
Is a climbing permit required?
Yes, a climbing permit is required to climb Mera Peak. You may easily obtain a permit for the climb from a certified travel agency. A national park permit, local area permit as well as a climbing permit, are required.

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