Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing 14 Days

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Facts About Trip

Maximum Altitude:


Group Size:

2-14 Persons


Flight & Private vehicle


Best available.

Best season:

Spring & autumn.


Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Tour type:



Challenge / Adventure

Trekking Region

Barun Makalu Region

Trip Highlights

  • Mera Peak Challenge: Physically demanding climb at high altitude, with a ten-day trek over steep terrain (3000m to 5000m) to build mountain fitness.
  • Exciting Adventure: Mera Peak climbing is an exhilarating adventure, considered easier than other Everest region peaks, with breathtaking views of Makalu, Barunche, Mount Everest, Amadablam, Lhotse, and Cho-Oyu.
  • Three Routes: Three Mera Peak climbing routes - Mera North (6476m), Mera Central (6461m), and Mera South (6064m), with the central route preferred due to crevasses and glacial changes in the north and south.
  • Operational Route: JournThe journeyts from Lukla, ascending through Chhetra-La pass (4943m), rewarding climbers with spectacular scenery and one of the finest viewpoints in the Everest region.
  • Ultimate Peak Climber's Choice: Mera Peak climbing offers a challenging yet accessible experience, making it the ultimate choice for peak climbers seeking a thrilling adventure in the Everest region.


The Mera Peak climb is a fairly taxing physical challenge at high altitude, however, you build your mountain fitness during the trek to reach the mountain which involves ten days of walking over at times steep terrain between 3000m and 5000m. The paths are well made but some of the ascents are long and sustained.

Mera peak climbing is an extremely exciting peak-climbing adventure that is easier than other peaks in the Everest region. Scenically bound by the beautiful mountains and breathtaking views of Makalu, Barunche, Mount Everest, Amadablam, Lhotse, and Cho-Oyu, Mera Peak climbing is the ultimate choice for every peak climber.

Although there are 3 Mera Peak climbing routes, namely – Mera North (6476m), Mera Central (6461m), and Mera South (6064m), we normally operate our summit towards Mera Peak via the central route due to huge crevasses and frequent glacial changes in the north and south route.

Our journey starts from Lukla mountain airstrips towards Chhetra-La pass (4943m) which seems a bit tough at the beginning, but your effort will be rewarded with spectacular scenery, and ultimately, you will end up with one of the finest viewpoints in the Everest region.


Day to Day Itinerary Expand/Collapse All

Day 1 : Arrival at Kathmandu (1,350m/4,593ft).

Upon your arrival, make your way to the airport terminal after completing the immigration formalities. Our representative From Unique sherpa Trek & Expedition will be holding a placard with your name or our company's name written on it.

Day 2 : Fly to Lukla and trek to Chhutanga (3,110m/10,236ft).

We take a morning flight to Lukla. If we are lucky enough to get a ticket for the first flight, we get to fly directly from Kathmandu to Lukla. If not, we drive to Rammechhap and proceed to Lukla by flight. After reaching Lukla, we meet the rest of the crew, sort our luggage, and trek to Chatunga. The trail goes through up through forests and fields. Chatunga, with a couple of stone houses, lies surrounded by cliffs and mountains. We spend the night at a local teahouse.

Day 3 : Chhutanga to Thuli Kharka (4,300m/14,110ft) via Zetrawala Pass (4,605m/15,070ft).

From Chatunga, we head to our next destination Thuli Kharka via the Zatra La Pass. We walk past rhododendron forests and grazing pastures of yaks. It is a tough crossing, and we can feel the altitude. We climb the Kalo Himal ridge covered with stones and prayer flags. A couple of minutes later, we come to Zatrwa La Pass. The pass separates the Khumbu Valley and Hinku Valley. We stop for a while to take pictures and soak in the views. Later we walk on a stony path to Thuli Kharka. Thuli Kharka, which means 'big meadow,' is surrounded by big boulders and stubby grass and shrubs. Used as a camp by yak herders, Thuli Kharka only has a couple of teahouses. On reaching Thuli Kharka, we head to a teahouse and take a well-deserved rest.

Day 4 : Trek to Kothe (3,691m/12,108ft) from Thuli Kharka.

Head on to the Upper Hinku valley. As we get higher, the treeline disappears. There are no major villages at this altitude, only Kharkas or grazing meadows for yaks. On the way, we stop at Gondishung for tea and refreshments. Stunning views of Mera Peak, Charpati Himal, Kusum Kanguru, and Thamserku delight us.We also visit Lungsumgba Gompa, a 200-year old Buddhist shrine. The local crew will pray for the well-being of the team and a successful ascent at the shrine. After an hour of walking, we reach Thaknak. From our teahouse, we savor a close-up view of Charpate Himal.

Day 5 : Trek to Thangnak (4,357m/14,322ft) from Kothe.

Head on to the Upper Hinku valley. As we get higher, the treeline disappears. There are no major villages at this altitude, only kharka or grazing meadows for yaks. On the way, we stop at Gondishung for tea and refreshments. Stunning views of Mera Peak, Charpati Himal, Kusum Kanguru, and Thamserku delight us.We also visit Lungsumgba Gompa, a 200-year old Buddhist shrine. The local crew will pray for the well-being of the team and a successful ascent at the shrine. After an hour of walking, we reach Thaknak. From our teahouse, we savor a close-up view of Charpati Himal.

Day 6 : Trek to Khare (5,057m/16,598ft) from Thangnak.

Today's trek takes us to Khare. It is a short but difficult hike as we are steadily gaining altitude. We ascend the Dig Glacier and weave past the glacial lake of Charpate Tal. We slowly descend to Dig Kharka. From here, we get magnificent views of Kyeshar Glacier, Mera Peak, and Chapati Himal. Climb up the Hinku Nup and Shar glaciers before finally making your way to Khare. Khare, also called the Mera Peak Base Camp, lies at the foot of Mera Peak. There are a couple of teahouses and climbing gear and equipment outlets. After checking in at a lodge, enjoy the incredible view of Mera Peak's north face.

Day 7 : At Khare, acclimatization day and pre-climbing training.

An acclimatization day before your climb lets you take part in pre-climb training conducted by our guides. You will get to try out your climbing skills before making it to the mountain. Ascend and descend on the rocky slope using harness and climbing equipment. Learn to make knots and the correct way to belay and rappel. If this is your first Himalayan peak, this training will be helpful for you as our experienced climbing guides will share some practical knowledge and really helpful tips that will help you do a safe climb. There will be a final gear and equipment check, and you will pack for your summit push. There are gear and equipment rental outlets, and you rent out personal gear and equipment if you wish.

Day 8 : Hike to Mera High Camp (5,780m/18,960ft).

A steep and rocky path leads us to Mera La. We can enjoy splendid views of Mera Peak's three summits – Mera South (6065m), Mera North (6476m), and Mera Central (6461m). The summit we are trying to reach is Mera Central. A straightforward ascent up the Mera Glacier brings us to Mera Peak high camp, and It is an easy hike with a gradual incline. Up to this point, there is no technical climbing. The only issue is high altitude and cold, which makes taking each step a struggle. At Mera High Camp, comforting hot drinks and soup will be waiting for us prepared by our local crew. Mount Everest (8848m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), Lhotse (8516m), Cho Oyu(8188m), and Makalu(8485m) - five of the 14 eight-thousanders are visible from the high camp. You can also enjoy amazing views of Chamlang (7319m), Baruntse (7129m), and Gaurishanker (7134m).

Day 9 : Summit to Mera Peak (6,476m/21,246ft).

We get ready and hit the slopes at 2 AM. Our headlights are lighting the way we rope up and walk secured by man-rope. We cross the Mera glacier and climb gradually. The terrain is not that difficult to maneuver, but the cold air and low oxygen level slow us down. The last 40-50 meters to the summit is the hardest and the most challenging climb. On a steep incline, we use fixed rope and jumars to climb to the snowy dome of the Mera Peak summit. By 9-10 AM, we reach the summit. We celebrate our conquest while enjoying the close-up views of Mount Everest (8848m), Makalu(8481m, Kanchenjunga (8586m), Lhotse(8516m), and Cho Oyu (8201m). After capturing this historic moment in our cameras and leaving mementos (if you brought any) at the summit, we head down to High Camp. We only spend 5 to 10 minutes at the summit.

Day 10 : Back to Kothe (3,690m/12,109ft) via Khare.

We return via the same route to Kothe. The mountains are no longer visible as the rocky cliffs conceal the incredible views.

Day 11 : Trek to Thuli Kharka (4,300m/14,107ft) from Kothey.

We make an ascent to the west of Hinku Valley, walking down a trail covered with rhododendron trees. It is an up and down trail. We arrive at Thuli Kharka, a summer camp of local yak herders, a final hike up a path.

Day 12 : Trek to Lukla via Zetrawala Pass (4,600m/15,082ft).

Leaving Thuli Kharka, we once again cross the Zatrwa La pass (4,600m) pass. In about 2 hours we reach the pass. The view is incredible, and we can view part of the trail that we crossed. Hinku Valley, Number Himal, Kongde, Dudh Kunda, and Khumbila look amazing. We walk to Lukla taking a downward trail.

At Lukla, we enjoy a hot shower and a good meal. In the evening we have a small party to celebrate the success of our trip. Our local crew join us and make our last evening in the mountains memorable.

Day 13 : Early morning, fly from Lukla to Kathmandu.

We return to Kathmandu by flight. After reaching the city, we head to our hotel and take a rest. You can spend the rest of the day relaxing at the hotel or exploring the city. You can walk down Thamel and shop for souvenirs. Local markets also lie within walking distance from Thamel.

Day 14 : Final departure. Safe travels!

Our representative will drive you to the international airport for your home way.

What Is Included ?

  • Airport pick-up and Transportation.
  • 2-Night Hotel at Kathmandu (3 Start) Hotel.
  • Domestic flight tickets (Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu) and airport departure taxes.
  • (100% Waterproof) Duffle bag to keep your personal belongings and things to be carried by the porter.
  • 3 Time Meals with Tea/Coffee During Trek.
  • Professional Climbing Guide, Personal guide, and Potters (Size of the Groups) During the Trek.
  • Climbing Permit, "Tims", National Parks Entry Fee.
  • All wages and medical, Insurance, for the Guide and potters.
  • First-aid Medical Kits for the Group and Staff.
  • Kitchen tents, Sleeping Tents, Dinning Tents, and Toilet Tents.
  • All Kinds of Food During Climbing Duration.
  • Unique Sherpa trek & Expedition Appreciation Certificate after the successful Expedition.
  • Fare-Well dinner in Kathmandu Before Departure.

What Is Excluded?

  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and also in case of early return than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Extra baggage check-in during the flight (Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu) if more than 15 KG, extra, can be paid directly to the airline.
  • Any kind of meal During Your Stay in Kathmandu (Except Farewell Dinner).
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to early arrival or late departure, or early return from the Expedition.
  • Rescue, Medicine, Medical Test, Repatriation, Hospitalization Expenses for Climbs.
  • Any Internet, Hot shower, Drinking Water, Alcohol, cold Drinks, Laundry.
  • Additional costs suffered due to causes beyond our control, such as natural disasters, weather conditions, itinerary modifications due to safety concerns, emergency evacuation, changes in government policies, strikes, and so forth.
  • Insurance for Clients
  • International flight Tickets.
  • Clothing, Packing Items or bag, personal, Medical Kits, and Personal Climbing Gear.
  • Climbing Summit Bonus.
  • Normally 15% Tips for all Staff.
  • any other items, not Included in the Above (Cost Included) Section.


NOTE: If you return earlier from the trek due to sickness or any problem, the money you paid for the flight, hotel, mountain room, food, etc. It is not will be refundable, and you will need to bear the expenses for the hotel, food, etc. in Kathmandu yourself.

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Mera Peak Climbing is an exhilarating adventure that involves ascending Mera Peak, one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal, standing at 6,476 meters (21,247 feet) above sea level. It offers stunning panoramic views of the Himalayas and is suitable for climbers with basic mountaineering experience.

Yes, Mera Peak Climbing is suitable for climbers with basic mountaineering skills and previous trekking experience at high altitudes. While it is challenging, the ascent does not require technical climbing expertise, making it accessible to adventurous beginners with strong fitness levels.

The best time for Mera Peak Climbing is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons, from March to May and September to November respectively. These months offer stable weather conditions, clear skies, and optimal climbing conditions.

Mera Peak Climbing is considered moderately challenging. The ascent involves trekking through rugged terrain, crossing glaciers, and ascending steep slopes, but technical climbing skills are not required. With proper acclimatization and preparation, climbers with moderate fitness levels can successfully reach the summit.

Climbers must obtain climbing permits from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) to ascend Mera Peak. Additionally, trekking permits for the Everest region are also required for the trekking portion of the expedition.

The duration of the Mera Peak Climbing expedition typically ranges from 15 to 18 days, depending on the chosen itinerary and weather conditions. This includes trekking to base camp, acclimatization days, summit day, and descent back to lower elevations.

Essential climbing equipment for Mera Peak Climbing includes mountaineering boots, crampons, ice axe, harness, helmet, ropes, and protective clothing. Additionally, trekking gear such as warm layers, waterproof clothing, and a suitable backpack are also required.

Yes, it is highly recommended to undertake Mera Peak Climbing with the assistance of experienced climbing guides and support staff. They provide valuable expertise, ensure safety, manage logistics, and offer guidance throughout the expedition.

Accommodation during Mera Peak Climbing includes teahouses or lodges along the trekking route and camping at higher altitudes near base camp and high camp. Teahouses provide basic amenities, while camping offers a more remote and immersive experience.

The highlights of Mera Peak Climbing include stunning views of the Everest, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga ranges, the thrill of reaching the summit of a Himalayan peak, and the sense of accomplishment upon conquering one of Nepal's highest trekking peaks.

Additional Information

01. Trekking Route: The trek to Mera Peak typically starts from Lukla or Jiri, depending on the chosen itinerary. Trekkers traverse through picturesque Sherpa villages, rhododendron forests, and high-altitude valleys before reaching Mera Peak Base Camp.

02. Climbing Route: The climbing route to Mera Peak involves technical sections of glacier travel, steep slopes, and a final summit push. Climbers navigate crevasses and seracs while ascending to the summit, all under the guidance of experienced climbing guides.

03. Acclimatization Days: Adequate acclimatization is crucial for the safety and success of the expedition. Rest days are included in the itinerary to allow climbers to adjust gradually to the increasing altitude and reduce the risk of altitude-related illnesses.

04. Weather Monitoring: Guides closely monitor weather forecasts and make informed decisions about climbing conditions. Flexibility in the itinerary is essential to adapt to changing weather patterns and ensure the safety of climbers.

05. Emergency Protocols: In case of emergencies, evacuation procedures are in place. Guides are trained in first aid, and communication devices such as satellite phones or radios are carried for communication with base camp or rescue teams.

06. Physical Fitness: Prior physical conditioning is essential, including cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and endurance activities. Focus on building stamina, strength, and flexibility to cope with the demands of high-altitude trekking and climbing.

07. Technical Skills: While Mera Peak does not require advanced mountaineering skills, climbers should be comfortable with basic rope handling, glacier travel, and ice axe techniques. Training courses or guided practice sessions are recommended for climbers with limited experience.

08. Leave No Trace: Practice environmental stewardship by minimizing waste, disposing of trash responsibly, and respecting the natural surroundings. Leave the mountains pristine for future generations to enjoy.

09. Responsible Tourism: Support sustainable tourism practices by respecting local customs, contributing to the local economy, and minimizing the ecological footprint of the expedition.

10. Sherpa Culture: Interact with the renowned Sherpa community and learn about their rich culture, traditions, and way of life. Visit monasteries, prayer flags, and chortens along the trekking route, gaining insight into the spiritual practices of the region.

11. Everest Region: Explore the legendary Everest region, home to some of the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest. Experience the unique mountain culture and hospitality of the local Sherpa people.

12. Guides and Support Staff: Experienced climbing guides lead the expedition and provide valuable expertise throughout the journey. Support staff assist with logistics, equipment transportation, and camp setup, allowing climbers to focus on the climb.

Embark on the Mera Peak Climbing expedition fully informed and prepared for a challenging yet rewarding adventure in the heart of the Himalayas.

01. Stunning Himalayan Views: Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of some of the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga, from the summit of Mera Peak. The 360-degree vista offers an unforgettable glimpse into the majestic beauty of the Himalayas.

02. Adventure and Challenge: Experience the thrill of ascending Mera Peak, one of Nepal's highest trekking peaks, standing at 6,476 meters (21,247 feet) above sea level. Encounter technical climbs, navigate glacier terrain, and overcome physical challenges, all under the guidance of experienced climbing guides.

03. Cultural Immersion: Immerse yourself in the unique culture and hospitality of the Sherpa people as you trek through traditional villages, visit Buddhist monasteries, and interact with locals along the route. Gain insight into their way of life, customs, and spiritual practices.

04. Sense of Accomplishment: Reach the summit of Mera Peak and revel in the sense of achievement as you stand atop one of Nepal's most iconic peaks. The journey to the summit is a testament to your determination, resilience, and adventurous spirit.

05. Remote Wilderness: Escape the crowds and immerse yourself in the pristine wilderness of the Everest region. Trek through rhododendron forests, remote valleys, and high-altitude landscapes, surrounded by awe-inspiring natural beauty and tranquility.

06. Camaraderie and Friendship: Forge lasting bonds with fellow climbers and support staff as you share the challenges and triumphs of the Mera Peak Climbing expedition. The camaraderie built along the journey creates memories that last a lifetime.

Embark on the Mera Peak Climbing expedition for an unforgettable adventure filled with stunning vistas, cultural discoveries, and the thrill of reaching new heights in the heart of the Himalayas.


Peaks climbing is every night 9-10 hours walk on the snow till to peak summit and return to Base camp. When we are out of our home we will need many types of equipment. So here are some types of equipment which are very important for those who are going to climb the mountains or Peaks. The following is the list of the equipment we will suggest for your climbing on the Himalayas.


Clothing & Footwear:
Woolen worm hat
Neck gaiter or balaclava
Bandana or Buff
Long-sleeve shirt
Underwear; sports bra
Worm Insulated jacket or Vest
Lightweight fleece jacket
Gortex jacket and paint
Fleece paint
Gloves or mittens
Boots and crampon-compatible
Hardwear quantities Depend on the route:
Ascending device (jumar)
Carabiner (lock & unlock)
Ice tools
Ice screws
hand protection (athletic tap, glove)
snow baar
extra batteries
avalanche transceiver
Technical or mixed routes:
Nut extraction tool
Camming devices
Crevasse Rescue Gears:
Snow picket
Lightweight pullies
Route description or guidebook
Altimeter watch
Satellite or personal locator beacon
Battery pack or solar panel
Overnight Gears:
Mountaineering tent
Sleeping bag
Sleeping matters
Sleeping bag liner
Snow & Sun Protections:
Sun hat
Nose guard
Lip balm
Emergency & First Aids:
First-aid kit
Signaling mirror
Emergency shelter
Health & Hygiene:
Hand sanitizer/wipes
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Sanitation towel
Toilet paper and sealable bag
Menstrual products
Prescription medications
Mountain Kitchen Equipments:
Cook set
Dishs / bowls
Backpacking stove
Eating utensils
Insulate mug/cup
Small quick dry towel
Biodegradable soap
Collapsible water container
Food & Water:
Water bottle
Hot drinks mix
Water filter/ purifier
Energy food and drink (bar, gel, chews, drink mix, trail mix)
Tools & Repair Items:
Knife or multi-tools
Repairs kit for mattress & stove
Duct tape strips


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lakpa sherpa

lakpa sherpa

Kathmandu, Nepal

Jul 14, 2024

This was an amazing trek with my friend. we succeeded in to Mera peak summit of 6,460 meters. If you guys want to go climb this peak re-fore with Uniqu Sherpa Trek & Expedition, it is experience for peak climbers. fully take care of your very safety with them.

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