Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing is the most noteworthy trekking crest in Nepal – it has a high PD trouble review. It is a physically requesting snow trek with clear climbing. Mera Peak climbing is appropriate for every fit trekker who endeavors to hope for remaining on a Himalayan summit. It is additionally best for every accomplished trekker searching for an energizing endeavor style rose outdoors trek and climbing trip in Nepal. We alter the climbing instructional class covering different parts of climbing systems and attitudes like icy mass travel, rope settling, rising and plunging. The day preparing guarantee every one of you has important climbing abilities and certainty to scale the summit effectively. We have years of involvement in arranging such campaigns and have the aptitude to guarantee that you have each conceivable possibility of achievement to climb Mera Peak and glorying in achieving the summit of your fantasy.

In Mera Peak Climbing activities, Each evening is spent as per your interest for reading or chatting with the fellow trekkers and crew members or a pack of cards is an advantage; the crew loves teaching various Nepali card games and learning new Western games. Our porters and Sherpa’s also like to have singing and dancing competitions in which they love you to join in! Finally, it’s off to bed for a well-deserved night’s rest before you start it all again.

Good Day Nepal Excursion Most well come all of you to climb Mera Peak and get many joyful activities. We can make so many different kinds of a package for this trek which one do you like. Thi itinerary for best days which is perfect for that person who have holidays vacation in Nepal. Do not worry we can change itinerary for you if you would like to change. Just message us and tell your time and kinds of an itinerary.


Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu & Transfer to Hotel.
Day 02: Kathmandu Tour and Preparation for Trek.
Day 03: Fly to Lukla (2,800m/9,186ft).
Day 04:Trekking to Chutanga (3,430m/11,250ft), 3-4 hrs.
Day 05: Trekking to Chhatre Danda (4,000m/13,160ft), 5-6 hrs.
Day 06: Trekking to Mausum Kharka (3,430m/11,250ft), 3-4 hrs.
Day 07: Trekking to Thagnag (4,360m/14,301ft), 5-6 hrs.
Day 08: Rest or Acclimatization Day.
Day 09: Trekking to Khare (5,000m/16,400ft), 4-5 hrs.
Day 10: Rest Day or Ice Climbing.
Day 11: Trekking to Mera High Camp (5,800m/19,024ft), 5-6 hrs.
Day 12: Climbing of Mera (6,476m/21,247ft)Back to Khare.
Day 13: A spare Summit attempt Day.
Day 14: Back to Gothey (3600m/11,812ft).
Day 15: Trekking to Tuli Kharka ( 4250m/13,944ft).
Day 16: Back to Lukla via crossing Zatrwa La (4,600m/15,093ft)
Day 17: Fly to Kathmandu, 40 minutes.

Itinerary Detail

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu & Transfer to Hotel.
Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, we will be greeted by a representative from Good Day Nepal. After that, you will transfer to Hotel.  At the evening Your Guide gives some information about this trek and a rest in Hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu Tour and Preparation for Trek.
In the morning after breakfast, we drive 3 Km drive to the place called Balaju, a natural rock climbing spot. You would have 3 – 4 hours rock climbing training course escorted by our climbing expert. This is the time for you to learn the required climbing technique to attempt Mera including with using rope, ice axe, crampons and more. Instead, you may join our city tour of Kathmandu valley which covers the main highlighted parts of the valley like, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Monkey Temple, Pashupati Nath, and Buddha. Evening you will have a formal introduction with your trek/climb leader. Stay tonight at Hotel.

Day 03: Fly to Lukla (2,800m/9,186ft).
This morning you’ll be transferred to domestic airport fly to Lukla. It takes 42 minutes scenic flight to Lukla airport and you will have time to stroll around before the camp set up. After camp setup followed the keeps your things at camp and serving lunch and remaining time explore the local areas and Sherpa lifestyle go and watch and evening overnight at tented camp.

Day 04:Trekking to Chutanga (3,430m/11,250ft), 3-4 hrs.
After breakfast today, as our first day trek is an easy walk which leads eastwards, the path from here is less frequented than the other main trails from Lukla, walk follows through a number of hamlets and wood yards until we reach a thick forest of silver fir, birch, pines and rhododendron trees and bushes on the hill side below Nau Lekh also known as Kalo Himal Ridge, on this portion follow the Sherpa or the group as there are many paths leading away from the main trail. There are many small streams with numerous places to camp, Our first campsite in the wilderness is pitched on the meadows with time for a few walk around and overnight at tented camp.

Day 05: Trekking to Chhatre Danda (4,000m/13,160ft), 5-6 hrs.
Our adventure begins with a steep climb to cross the black mount Ridge in the Nau Lekh range which separates the Khumbu from the Hinku Valley. A steep uphill climb from our camp brings us to a cairned notch in the ridge with a collection of Buddhist prayer flags at 4,450m. This small pass is called the Zatrwa Og, from here the path traverses across a boulder slope, round a corner and climbs once again to the Zatrwa-La at 4,600 m. In bad weather to find the path of our route can be quite misleading care should be taken but with fine weather, the view across the Dudh Kosi river towards Karyolung and the Lumding mountain are very impressive, and the scenery across the rolling foothills of the Hinku Valley. Few hour descends will bring us to a large boulder which will be our campsite for the overnight at Tuli Kharka.

Day 06: Trekking to Mausum Kharka (3,430m/11,250ft), 3-4 hrs.
From Tuli Kharka, will be a short trek on the downhill slope, the path descends with superb scenery of Peak 43 and Kusum Kanguru and then coming to a fine vantage point of the Hinku valley, with grand views of the South face of Mera Peak entering the forest once again, the trail drops steeply into the Hinku valley. We make our camp on the clearing known as Mausum Kharka by the Hinku Drangka River and overnight at tented camp.

Day 07: Trekking to Thagnag (4,360m/14,301ft), 5-6 hrs.
From Mausum Kharka, our route follows the west bank of the Hinku Drangka northwards, eventually leaving the forest, the valley widens and opens, coming to a pasture and small kharkas (barn and a shade of the shepherds) used for grazing goats, sheep, and yaks, then our path leads to a small bridge to reach at Gondishung at 4,350m, a summer settlement of Tagnag with its huts and stone walled enclosures. Gondishung itself has a fascinating 200-year-old gompa (monastery) beneath a great rock overhang, is a small Gompa with a Buddha and several Budd Sta Va, prayer flags and a number of crude mani walls. Trek continues for another hour passing beyond Lungsamba as the valley narrows between the flanks of Kusum Kangguru 6,369m to the west and the truncated far western peak of Mera 6,255m then finishing our today’s walk here at Tagnag. Here we will have three nights camping on this beautiful surrounding.

Day 08: Rest or Acclimatization Day.
A well worth Rest day for acclimatization and local hike in this wonderful setting, surrounded by stunning peaks, especially Peak 43 which rises to 6,769m altitude. Just north of the camp there is a huge moraine behind which is dammed a beautiful glacial lake known as the Sabai Tsho, into which plummets the hanging Sabai Glacier well worth exploring with time spent will help you to acclimatize well.The full day you may take rest or activities ask your Guide.

Day 09: Trekking to Khare (5,000m/16,400ft), 4-5 hrs.
Today’s destination is a short day walk of 4 to 5 hours but we will take it slowly acclimatizing and enjoying the surrounding scenery. Our route follows a relatively good trail leading up across the moraine which dams the Charpatti lake and then reaching a high point lined with cairns overlooking the glacial lake after more than half hour climb. From here the path descends slightly before touring the ridge and crossing a sandy bowl to the steep stream that descends from Dig Kharka, as we proceed on the right bank until after 40 minutes we reach the large pasture of Dig Kharka. The walk leads to a steep climb for few minutes, passing a large bivouac stone and then contouring around the hillside reaching the stream once again. We re-cross the stream at obvious spots on large boulders. Following a trail for more than an hour across the boulder-strewn hillside, we reach Khare. O/N.

Day 10: Rest Day or Ice Climbing.
Today you can take the full day rest or ice climbing as you like. You may ask your Guide, we can give you Ice climbing training (dependable with an availability of the snow). Besides this, there are some interesting hikes from Khare; above the camp, it is possible to climb 5,550m on a high moraine ridge for more good views of the Mera La and the route up the mountain. Overnight here.

Day 11: Trekking to Mera High Camp (5,800m/19,024ft), 5-6 hrs.
As our continuing journeys and our route advances towards south climbing the moraine and following the crest to the foot of the black, steep screed slope, the path zig zags its way up to the top, as we look across a boulder strewn bowl to the lower tongue of the Mera Glacier after 2 hours hard walk from Khare. The route crosses the bowl and then climbs the ground to the right of the tongue to a large rock platform beside the glacier after another hour of careful walk. The trail are well marked,(unless there has been recent snowfall) the path weaves its way around and between the crevasses toward the Mera-la, from here it’s another hour to reach the pass, on reaching Mera-la after 3 to 4 hours of morning walk, continue  another 3 hours to our overnight high camp beneath Mera Peak.

Day 12: Climbing of Mera (6,476m/21,247ft)Back to Khare.After our wonderful breakfast, we are ready, for the summit to Mera. From the high camp, the summit bid will be made early in the morning (from 2am to 5am), and take around 4 to 6 hours to make the summit. Whilst the distance doesn’t look far, we can assure you it will be hard work, and all the preparations and a positive, tempered attitude will pay off here. It is usually necessary to rope up for much of the summit approach due to crevasse hazards along the route. The route can vary depending on the conditions of the season but usually skirts around a major shoulder in front of us to the back side of the mountain and then traverse in a fairly straightforward approach to the summit knob. As the light comes, we enjoy incredible views across to Mt. Baruntse (7129m), Mt. Chamlang (7319m) and Nau Lekh (6360m) with Mount Makalu (8481m) looming behind. Further to our left is Mount Everest, peaking over several unnamed peaks of the Hinku. To the south we can see for miles down to the terrain. We aim to make the summit early/mid-morning and return to Khare after summit. The exact schedule will depend on many factors, including the weather, condition of the route and condition of the members. Our contingency of equipment and experienced staff and a time buffer, gives us a fair amount of flexibility to achieve success for all who have worked hard and consistently from the beginning of the expedition. The day will be long, and this is where all the training beforehand, the trek approach, and the right attitude will combine to give you stamina and confidence to be part of a sound team, with optimum chances for the summit. O/N Khare.

Day 13: A spare Summit attempt Day.
One extra day we use to keep as a spare day, set aside in case we have to postpone the attempt on the peak because of bad weather or because some of the group have not yet acclimatized well enough to make the ascent. If everything went smooth and you succeed to climb at the summit day you can use this day for another Ice climbing day or spent one more night at the village on the way back to Lukla.

Day 14: Back to Gothey (3600m/11,812ft).
After a great success of the expedition to Mera peak climbing, we descending through the Hinku valley to arrive Gothey for our overnight stop. All the way enjoying the panoramic views of the Himalayan valley and different mountains we reach at Gothey for overnight and evening relaxing with whatever you want at the camp.

Day 15: Trekking to Tuli Kharka ( 4250m/13,944ft).
After having our breakfast we climb up through the lush forest on the west side of the Hinku Valley to Tuli Kharka below the Zatwra La where we are staying overnight at camp.

Day 16: Back to Lukla via crossing Zatrwa La (4,600m/15,093ft) 
After having morning breakfast we start our last day trek. Today first we climb few hundred meters to the Zatrwa La top will be our last climb of the trip. After the top, we descending up to Lukla village where we conclude the trekking part and this evening enjoy with crews at the last dinner at the Mountain and overnight at the teahouse in Lukla.

Day 17: Fly to Kathmandu, 40 minutes.
The flight time to Kathmandu, are scheduled for morning normally, because of the wind in the afternoon, sometimes the flight time can be delayed due to bad weather and other reason beyond our command. Anyway, we will fly back to Kathmandu and your guide will transfer to hotel. You may have time to relax after the long journey and take back your breath and rest at your hotel.

Day 18: Departure Day.
Today is free or last minute shopping for souvenirs or gift to your family, friends or relatives for you until your departure flight/drive or to commence any extra trips or activities you may have booked with us. If departing, you’ll be transferred to the International Airport for your departure flight to your onwards destination.



  1. All airport/hotel transfers.
  2. Kathmandu Besishahar -Syange transport in private vehicle.
  3. Jomsom to Pokhara flight with airport departure tax.
  4. Pokhara to Kathmandu transport in a tourist bus.
  5. Three-star hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara with BB plan.
  6. Teahouse/Lodge and tented accommodation during trekking and climbing session.
  7. Breakfast in Kathmandu and Pokhara and all meals in Trek.
  8. All ground transportation as per the itinerary by private vehicles (except Muktinath to Jomsom transport in the local bus).
  9. All necessary staffs with experienced English speaking climbing and trekking leader (guide), cook, assistant climbing leader (8 trekkers: 1 assistant guide), Sherpa porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers:1 porter), other helpers as per requirement for the climbing section including their salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging.
  10. All necessary paper works; trekking and climbing permits.
  11. Travel and rescue arrangements.
  12. Welcome and farewell dinner.
  13. Exclusive Medical Kit Bag.
  14. All government and local taxes.


Cost Not Includes:

  1. All International Airfares / Airport Taxes.
  2. Expenses of personal nature such as bar bill, laundry bill, telephone bill, tips and etc.
  3. Personal medical and travel insurance.
  4. Helicopter Rescue & Evacuation – If needed.
Equipment List

Climbing Gear

  •        Alpine climbing harness with adjustable leg loops- should fit over clothing
  •        2 locking screw gate carabiners- Large, pear-shaped carabiner  type recommended
  •        3 regular non-locking carabiners- Light weight Black Diamond Hot wire are recommended
  •        Ice axe with leash – Black Diamond, Raven, or Camp
  •        Plastic Mountaineering boots -La Sportiva, Lowa Civetta, or Scarpa Alpha
  •        Crampons fit to plastic boots
  •        Adjustable trekking poles
  •        Belay rappel device (Figure 8 preferred)

Upper Body

  •        2-Light weight thermal tops- long sleeved (medium weight merino or equivalent)
  •       3-T shirts or cool-max trekking shirts
  •       1- pull over or jacket (Merino, polartec power-stretch, soft shell, 100 weight fleece)
  •       1-200 weight fleece jacket or prima loft jacket
  •       1-Waterproof shell jacket with hood (lightweight, breathable)
  •        1-Down parka with hood

Lower Body

  •        2-Thermal bottoms (merino or polartec powerdry)
  •        1-Fleece or polartech powerstretch pants
  •       1-Light weight hiking trousers
  •       1-Heavy weight hiking trousers (wind proof soft shell for warmth at higher altitude)
  •       1-Hiking shorts (optional)
  •       Waterproof shell pants (lightweight, breathable)
  •       *Under Garments


  •       4- Warm Trekking socks (wool)
  •       *4- Lightweight Cotton Trekking socks
  •       2-Thick wool socks to wear at night in lodges
  •       *Gore-tex waterproof hiking boots- (you should buy at home and break them in before you come)
  •       *Spare laces for hiking boots
  •       Snow Gaiters (optional)
  •       Camp shoes/sandals (crocs are ideal)


  • 1-Lightweight gloves-Polypro
  • 1-Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer (seasonal)
  • 1 pair expedition shell gloves


  •         Warm beanie hat
  •        Tubular Headwear (buff)
  •         Sun hat or cap (cap and buff all fit under your hood)
  •        Polarised Sunglasses with UV protection


  • 1-Daypack (approximately 2500 to 3000 cubic inches)
  • 2-Water bottle or camel bag, 1-liter (one with an insulated cover is recommended)
  • large duffle bag (and a lock as the porters will carry this)
  • Stuff sacks, dry bags, garbage bags etc (to organise and waterproof your things inside the duffle bag)
  • Trekking pole set
  • Sleeping bag (- 30’C)
  • Head lamp and spare batteries

Personal First Aid kit (we suggest the following items):

  •         *Personal medication
  •         Broad spectrum antibiotics (e.g. Ciprofloxacin)
  •        Diarrhea stopper (e.g. Immodium)
  •        Rehydration salt sachets
  •        Medication for giardiasis (e.g. Tinidazole)
  •        *Blister kit (tiny roll of 3M medical tape/breathable surgical tape)
  •        Antiseptic (iodine or alcohol wipes for cleaning wounds)
  •       *Sterile non-stick absorbent dressing/gauze (for more serious wounds)
  •        *Antibiotic cream (sample size)
  •       10 ibuprofen tablets (anti-inflammatory; pain relief)
  •       4 antihistamine tablets (for bites, allergic reactions; e.g. Benadryl)
  •        throat lozenges
  •        Small Swiss Army knife (which has knife, scissors and tweezers)
  •        Small whistle
  •        Diamox (consult your doctor about this)


  • Toothbrush & *paste (preferably biodegradable)
  • Toilet paper
  • Light weight towel and *soap (preferably biodegradable)
  • *Face and body moisturizer (the low humidity at high altitude dries the skin)
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Small mirror
  • *Deodorants
  • Nail clippers
  •  Wet wipes/ baby wipes (in case there is no warm water for a wash)
  • Antibacterial hand gel
  • Sunscreen (with a high UV factor needed for high altitude )
  • Sunblock lip balm (kept in a pocket and regularly applied)


  • *Lightweight reading material
  • Trail Map/Guide book
  • Journal & Pen
  •  *Travel game i.e. chess, backgammon, scrabble
  •  Small pillow
  • Thermarest (optional – in case the mattress in the lodge is inadequate)
  •  *Earplugs (in case group member snores)
  • Personal treats and snacks
  •  *Zip-lock bags for snacks so you can divide each day
  •  A bag to leave these in Kathmandu (very cheap in Kathmandu)
  • Shoulder bag or small backpack for exploring around town (optional)
  • *Music player
  • *Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Town clothes and shoes
  • *Swimming costume (for Kathmandu)
  • Tips for your Sherpa guide and porter
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Trip Highlights

  • Discountonly for group %
  • Trip Grade
  • Price USD Contact Us
  • Duration18 Days
  • Starting PointLukla
  • Ending PointLukla
  • TransportationFlight & private vehicle
  • ActivitiesTrekking, Sightseeing, Climbing & Expedition
  • Trek StyleCamping trek
  • Max. Altitude6476m
  • Best SeasonMarch - May & Sep - Nov

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