Mera Peak Climbing in Nepal


Mera Peak Climbing Spring and Autumn 2021

The Mera Peak Climbing is a delightful ascending adventure in a beautiful mountain called Mount Mera famous for this attractive looks and the views from the top. The Mera Peak is 6476 meters tall categorized as a trekking peak and has three peaks known as Mera North of 6476 m, Mera Central of 6461m and Mera South of 6065m. The Mera Peak Climbing is a straightforward climb for experienced climbers with the problem of proper acclimatization for new and general climbers. The climbers need to get trained in fitness and altitude training for Acute Mountain Sickness before trying for Mera Peak. The Mount Mera is beautiful and fascinating mountain with nearby and stunning views of all the mountains of Everest region from one single place mainly Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho-Oyu along with other adjoining peaks.

The Mera Peak Climbing takes the climbers to Lukla Airport from an air-light from Kathmandu city and final boarding at Namche bazar after 2days walking from Lukla Airport. The climbers traverse through various local places like Chutanga, Thuli Kharka, Kothe, TTak Nak Khare before reaching Mera base camp. The Mera base camp is a beautiful place to camp and see nature which requires excellent physical fitness to overcome the altitude sickness issue. The trekking trail of hidden valley and unspoiled forest of Hinku Valley is one of the most beautiful locations of the earth. The climbers from Mera base camp further move towards High Camp at 5780 meters and finally reach the Mera Central Peak of 6461 meters. The climbers are rewarded with close by views of all mountains of Everest region from one single place.

When is the best time to climb Mera Peak in Nepal?

In order to climb Mera safely you need stable weather and for it to be dry times is more easy to climb. Even if it is warm, strong winds can make climbing very dangerous. Also, any rainfall at this altitude falls as snow, and breaking tracks in this doubles the difficulty of the climb.
          To give yourself the best chance of avoiding these problems, we recommend climbing between October and November or between March and end of May. Both these periods generally bring long periods of stable weather and, although the temperatures at the top are still incredibly cold, it is bearable.

Getting there & away:

This trip starts and ends in Lukla, the gateway to the Khumbu region. Numerous flights are made daily from Kathmandu, in small fixed-wing airplanes, taking around 30/35 minutes flight to Lukla However, bad weather frequently closes the airport, so it’s wise to prepare for delays if flying to Lukla. The suggested itinerary includes a contingency day.
It’s also possible to trek to Lukla (rather than fly) from outside Kathmandu, the “pioneers’ route” that connects to the trailer at Jiri and passes beneath Lukla. However, this isn’t necessarily recommended as an addition to a long trip such as climbing Mera Peak, unless you want a serious adventure, as it lengthens the expedition by about a week.

Accommodation & food

This is a camping trek (with the exception of Lukla). You will be sleeping in everything from forests to meadows to high snowy camps. Nutritious and energizing food will be prepared in a camp kitchen.


As a trekking peak, climbing Mera Peak requires a cheaper climbing permit (US$70-250, depending on the season), rather than the pricey expedition permit required for peaks about 7,000 m. As part of this trek also passes through the Sagarmatha National Park, a permit for here is also required. Nepal Planet Treks and expeditions will organize these permits for you.



1. Lukla flight based from Ramechhap Airport
Dear Guests!
This is to inform all of you that Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) has issued a NOTAM for Taxiway Maintenance due to which Kathmandu Airport will be closed from 22:30 hours to 6:30 hour everyday effective from September 01, 2019 to December 31, 2019. During the above mentioned period there will be more traffic congestion at Kathmandu Airport which leads to Air Traffic Hold, flight delay and high possibility for flight cancellation due to flight startup queue, therefore for smooth operation of Lukla flights, all the airlines will be operating Lukla flight from Ramechhap Airport effective October 01, 2019 to December 31, 2019.
Ramechhap is located in the Tamakoshi River Valley, the capital of Ramechhap District at an altitude of 474 meter. It is located 132 kms east of Kathmandu and takes about 4 hours by drive from Kathmandu.
Thank you for your support and apology for the inconvenience caused by this which is beyond our control.
Alternatively, if you prefer to ride helicopter to/from Lukla based from Kathmandu avoiding long drive to/from Ramechhap can be arranged upon request paying additional fees.
2. In a worst-case scenario, if the flight from Kathmandu / Ramechhap to Lukla, or Lukla to Kathmandu / Ramechhap is delayed or cancelled due to bad weather, we can always transfer you to a next day ticket. However, in case you’re on a tight schedule time-wise, we can charter in a helicopter at additional fees. more info visit sites Thank you Namaste !!


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel stay overnight Kathmandu

Day 02: Having rest, taking permit and getting a briefing for climb overnight Kathmandu

Day 03: Fly to Lukla from Kathmandu and trek to Chutanga

Day 04: Chutanga to Khartitang

Day 05: Khatitang to Nau Lekha

Day 06: Nau Lekha to Kothey

Day 07: Kothey to Thangnak

Day 08: Thangnak to Khare

Day 09: Khare to Mera Base Camp

Day 10: Rest day at Base Camp for acclimatization

Day 11: Mera Base Camp to High Camp

Day 12: High Camp to summit Mera peak and back to Base camp

Day 13: Mera Base Camp to Khare

Day 14: Khare to Kothey

Day 15: Kothey to Khartitang

Day 16: Khartitang to Chutanga

Day 17: Chutanga to Lukla

Day 18: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

Day 19: Rest day at Kathmandu

Day 20: Depart for your destination

Detail Itinerary

Day by day  detailed Itinerary fo 2021
Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft)
Namaste & welcome to Nepal Guide Info Team . While you landed at the Tribhuvan intl airport nepalguideinfo team representative welcomes you with your name and assists to transfer in your hotel in Kathmandu. After time to get refreshed, bring you at head office and briefing about the program and evening we’ll pick up you for welcome dinner in one of the typical Nepalese restaurant with cultural program in the heart of Kathmandu and overnight at Hotel.
Day 02: you can take a world heritage sightseeing for 3 places as desired inside Kathmandu valley. After return we’ll brief about trip and group meeting at office and back to hotel for overnight in Kathmandu. ( Depend of you  or just rest prefer trekking gear and all permit )
Day 03: Fly to Lukla (2,800m/9,186ft) & trek to Chutanga (3,450m/11,320ft)
This morning you’ll be transferred to domestic airport and fly to Lukla. It takes 40 minutes scenic flight up to small airstrip to Tenzing-Hillary airport to Lukla and experience your first breakfasts in the mountains whilst the Nepal Guide Info Team organizes porters, while the guide sort and divide the load baggage to be carried by porters. We start our trek further an easy day through the woodland above Lukla. A good trail leads through pasture to the edge of a diminishing forest of rhododendron and pine which clothes the steep hillsides above Lukla. We make steady progress on a good trail, crossing ridges and streams up to ‘kharka’ used for grazing yaks where we’ll stop for 2 overnight at camp at Chutanga.
Day 04: acclimatization day at Chutanga
This morning after a Himalayan breakfast at the camp we’ll have full day leisure at camp or spend a day walking up to a small grassy peak below the Zatra Teng Pass reaching an altitude of (4,000m/13,120ft). There are excellent views out over the valley of the Dudh (milk) Kosi (river), and also views of our route towards the Zatra La. We stroll back to our camp at Chutanga for the overnight.
Day 05: Trek to Tuli Kharka (4,250m/13,944ft) via Zatra La pass (4,600m/15,093ft)
After a rest/acclimatization day at Chutanga we continue a long day walk around 6-7 hours crossing the Kalo Himal Ridge that separates the Khumbu from the Hinku valley that lead across this ridge is the Zatra La, traversing to the right and finally descending steeply to Tuli Kharka (big pasture) where there are several basic lodges. We make camp beside the lodges. Remainder time rest and relax at the camp after a long walk.
Day 06: Trek to Go They (3600m/11,812ft)
Today, after a breakfast we continue our journey descending to Hinku valley of Gothey. This is a good place to camp and there are several tea houses around and you can visit and go and watch the local lifestyle in the remaining time and we’ll camp nearby the tea shops and overnight.
Day 07: Trek to Thagnag (4,350m/14,272ft)
The following day is another short day as you trek in the shadow of Mera Himal along the ridge of the Hinku Khola. The west bank of the Hinku Drangka northwards, we will take lunch at Gondia Hung, a summer herders’ settlement. Beyond Gondi Song we pass a 200 year-old Gompa built beneath a massive boulder, to burn some juniper at the shrine, an offering that just might ensure a successful ascent of Mera Peak. Thagnag is a summer grazing area with the simplest of lodges and shops starting to develop and we overnight in Thagnag.
Day 08: Acclimatization day at Thagnag
Another an acclimatization day is essential here. It is in a superb setting surrounded by stunning peaks. There is a huge moraine in the north of Tangnag where a beautiful glacial lake, Sabal Tsho is dammed which is definitely worth a visit. A cairn (5,270m/17,290ft) on the flanks of Kusum Kangguru can also be rewarding and beneficial for acclimatization. Our climbing Sherpa provide you training course.
Day 09: Trek to Khare (5,025m/16,486ft)
Today we are heading up from Tagnag towards the Mera Base camp at Khare. We follow the lateral moraine of Dig Glacier to Dig Kharka, which offers spectacular views of Charpate Himal. The trail climbs through moraines and to the snout of the Hinku Nup and Shar Glaciers and then climbs more steeply to your camping spot at Khare after 3-4 hrs walk.
Day 10: Ice climbing practice near Khare
This morning after a breakfast, we prepare our gear for ice climbing (This may depends on season and availability of Ice if ice not available then we just hike around or rest) – just above the Khare and need to walk couple of hrs from where there are good views of the Mera La and the route up the mountain. This will also be a time for practicing few hrs Ice climbing and our leader will teach you and instruct about the climbing. After few hrs practicing at glacier, stroll back to camp and final preparation of our equipment and packing of our mountain bags and overnight.
Day 11: Trek to Mera base camp (5,350m/17,552ft)
A very short trek allowing for as much acclimatization time and a day walk as you make your way to Mera Base Camp. We first climb to the crest of the moraine above Khare and then up a steep slope of scree or snow to reach a boulder strewn bowl below the lower tongue of the Mera Glacier. Reaching the pass Mera La (5,415m/17,766ft) allows us to see spectacular views; we then descend 100m (328ft) towards the Hongu side and set up base camp in the moraine below the ice and we overnight in Mera Base Camp.
Day 12: Climb to Mera high camp (5,750m/18,865ft)
Making your way to Mera High Camp can be hazardous if it has recently snowed, as there are a number of crevasses here. You make your way to the top of the rock band, which is marked by a large cairn. You set up a high camp and from here the views are outstanding, with Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu and more piercing the skyline. This evening we overnight in Mera High Camp.
Day 13: Summit day and descend to Khare
This is a big day, we wake up at 2.30 am around and after a breakfast, the group will put on crampons and rope up before setting out for the summit. From the high camp a well acclimatized party will take 3 – 4 hours to the central summit of Mera peak. If time and conditions permit we may opt to make the traverse to the slightly higher north summit. This excursion adds 2 -3 hours to the day is of a more technical nature than the rest of the climb and the decision as to whether we attempt this will be taken by the trip leader. From the summit can be seen the magnificent views of Mt. Everest (8,848m/29,029ft), Cho-Oyu (8,201m/26,906ft), Lhotse (8,516m/27,940ft), Makalu (8,463m/27,766ft), Kangchenjunga (8,586m/28,169ft), Nuptse (7,855m/25,770ft), Lobuche (6,145m/20,160ft), Chamlang (7,319m/24,013ft) are spectacular from the summit. You then retrace your steps to Khare after the climb with a rest and some hot soup at high camp on the way down. A long but inspirational day!
Day 14: Reserve day for unforeseen condition
This day we most kept for the reserve day for the unforeseen condition as weather problem or weakness then you can take this day as your reserve day and if earlier back then you can take the rest somewhere else around. If already climb this day you can use for another Ice climbing day or spent one more night at village of Lukla.
Day 15: Return back to Gothey
After a great success of the expedition to Mt. Mera we descending to Hinku valley to Gothey for our overnight stop at camp. Enjoy the evening with local wines or whatever you want to relax at the camp and overnight.
Day 16: Trek to Tuli Kharka
Today, we again climb up through the lush forest on the west side of the Hinku Valley to Tuli Kharka below the Zatra La where we’ll stay overnight at camp.
Day 17: Trek back to Lukla via crossing Zatrwa la
Today, we have a last day for the trek and we start to climb few hundreds meters to the Zatra La top will be our last climb of the trip. After the top we descending up to Lukla village where we concludes the trekking part and this evening enjoy with crews at the last dinner at the mountain and overnight at tea house.

18: Fly back to Kathmandu are schedule for morning normally, because of the wind in the afternoon, sometime 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 long journey and take back your breath and rest at your hotel.

Day 19: Leisure at Kathmandu
This pleasant day you may have full day at leisure at your own or can be extends your extra trip with us on additional cost or time to explore the Thamel for last day shopping and evening company will meet you for the farewell dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day 20: Departure from Kathmandu
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 onward destination  I wish have great journey back to home Namaste from Nepal Guide info Team. 


Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & drop by private car or van. It is depend of the group.
Two nights standard accommodation in 2/3 star category hotel in Kathmandu located tourist center Thamel, or up to you.
Meals on full board (Breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trekking
Local fresh fruits like orange, apple, banana and grape etc.
All accommodations during the trek.
Mera peak trekking map.
Both ways domestic flight from Kathmandu/ Lukla/ Kathmandu with airport tax.
An experienced Government licensed holder Climbing guide from nepal guide info team and porter to carry your luggage during the trek. during camping all equipment’s
peak permit
Food, drinks, accommodation, insurance, salary, equipments, transportation, local tax for Guide and porter
Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
If you need we will provide you sleeping bag, down jackets, Duffle bag and, if necessary etc.
All necessary Government paper works and national park entry permits and TIMS Card etc.
Travel & Rescue arrangement.
All government taxes and Vat.
Cost Excludes
Meals yourself Kathmandu (L+D).
climbing equipment
Your Travel insurance.
International airfare.
Nepal entry visa ( You can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Nepal’s Airport in Kathmandu).
All kind drinks (Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks)
Personal shopping and laundry etc.
Personal trekking Equipments.
Tips for trekking staff and driver. (Tipping is expected, but it is not mandatory)
If do any tour and sightseeing and other activities etc

Equipment List

Equipment and Packing List for Mera Peak Climbing 2021
This list is a guideline to help you pack for trekking and peak climbing. Also, please understand that the items listed below will vary a little according to the season and the trek duration. Those items marked by an asterisk (*) are provided by Nepal Guide Info Team inclusive in the service. Remember that your luggage will be carried by your porter, but you are required to carry a day pack (with your valuables or anything important) on your own. We also suggest that you pack only what is necessary.
Important documents and items
Valid passport, 2 extra passport size photos, airline tickets
Separate photocopies of passport, visa form (easily obtained at Kathmandu airport), proof of insurance
Dollars in cash for purchasing Nepalese visa at Kathmandu airport
Credit cards, bank/ATM/cash machine cards for withdrawing funds from cash machines (bring a photocopy of your cards)
Personal Climbing Gears:
Ice axe
Tape slings (2)
Screwgate karabiners (2 lock, 2 unlock)
Descender/eight figure
Plastic mountaineering boots
Group Climbing Gears:
Snow bar*
Ice hammer*
Ice screw*
Bandana or head scarf, also useful for dusty conditions
Warm hat that covers your ears (wool or synthetic)
Headlamp with extra batteries and bulbs
Sunglasses with UV protection
Prescription sunglasses (if required)
Upper Body
Polypropylene shirts (1 half sleeve and 2 long sleeves)
Light and expedition weight thermal tops
Fleece wind-stopper jacket or pullover
Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
Down vest and/or jacket *
Gore-Tex jacket with hood, waterproof and breathable
1 pair of lightweight poly-liner gloves
1 pair of lightweight wool or fleece gloves
1 pair of mittens; consists of 1 Gore-Tex over mitt matched, waterproof, polar-fleece mitt liner
Lower Body
Non-cotton underwear briefs
1 pair of hiking shorts
1 pair of hiking trousers
1 pair of lightweight thermal bottoms
1 pair of fleece or woolen trousers
1 pair of waterproof shell pants, breathable fabric
2 pairs of thin, lightweight inner socks
2 pairs of heavy poly or wool socks
1 pair of hiking boots with spare laces (sturdy soles, water resistant, ankle support, “broken in”)
1 pair of trainers or running shoes and/or sandals
Cotton socks
1 sleeping bag 30 degree DC
Fleece sleeping bag liner
Rucksack and Travel Bags
1 medium rucksack or 1 large duffel bag *
Daypack/backpack of 35 to 50 liters for carrying your valuables, should have good shoulder padding
Small padlocks for duffel-kit bags
2 large waterproof rucksack covers (optional)
Small, personal first-aid kit (simple and light)
Aspirin, first-aid tape, and plasters (Band-Aids)
1 skin-blister repair kit
Anti-diarrhea pills
Anti-headache pills
Cough and/or cold medicine
Anti-altitude sickness pills: Diamox or Acetylzolamide
Stomach antibiotic: Ciprofloxacin, etc. Note: Do not bring sleeping pills as they are a respiratory depressant!
Water purification tablets or water filter
1 set of earplugs
Extra pair of prescription glasses, contact lens supplies
Practical Items
1 small roll of repair tape, 1 sewing-repair kit
1 cigarette lighter, 1 small box of matches
1 compass or GPS(optional)
1 alarm clock/watch
1 digital camera with extra cards and batteries
Large Ziplocs
2 water bottles (1 liter each)
1 small folding knife
Binoculars (optional)
4 large, waterproof, disposable rubbish sacks
1 medium-sized quick drying towel
Toothbrush/paste (preferably biodegradable)
Multi-purpose soap (preferably biodegradable)
Nail clippers
Face and body moisturizer
Female hygiene products
Small mirror
Personal Hygiene
Wet wipes (baby wipes)
Tissue /toilet roll
Anti-bacterial hand wash
Reading book
Trail map/guide book
Journal and pen
Travel game i.e. chess, backgammon, scrabble, playing cards (to help you pass the time at teahouses and/or camps)
1 modest swim suit
Binoculars (optional)
Voltage converter (from 220 to 110 ampere)
Plug adapter (2 round pegs to 2 flat pegs)
Lightweight pillow case (in case your tea houses provide you with pillows) or use your own stuff as a pillow

We INSIST that an appropriate insurance policy is taken out which covers travel in isolated and mountainous areas, and which also includes helicopter rescue.
We recommend that you consult a reputable travel agent or insurance specialist.
Health Issues
We recommend that all clients consult their doctor to discuss the health issues associated with their trek. We also recommend that clients bring their own personal first aid kit to supplement the comprehensive first aid kit carried by the Trek Leader
Vaccinations Required
Please ensure that you allow at least 1 month to complete a course of vaccinations. Whilst your personal doctor will be the final authority,
We recommend the following
Immunoglobulin (for Hepatitis A)

Nepal Guide Info organized Mera Peak is one of the most alluring trekking peaks in Nepal as it involves a culturally stimulating journey through remote picturesque villages and forests – followed by a gentle climb to the summit. It is perhaps best known because it is Nepal’s highest trekking peak.
The climb of Mera comes at the end of a week-long trekking and acclimatization programmer designed to give you the best possible chance of an enjoyable yet successful journey.
The trip initiates in Kathmandu where we make preparations and enjoy the diversity of this ancient city before embarking on a flight into the town of Lukla in the Khumbu Valley, the entranceway to the Everest region.

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