Climb MerA pEAK

Climb MerA pEAK

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Mera Peak (6480 m) is the highest of trekking peaks in Nepal located at SoluKhumbu district in the Everest region’s eastern part of Nepal. It is a very high mountain although it is a normal climb that requires no technical climbing on this route. One can experience on its climb with an average fitness even though no previous experience of climbing.

Mera Peak Climbing 18 Day itinerary is a perfect itinerary designed for all the group of climbers from begging to experienced adventure enthusiasts. Our guided trip is eighteen days long including some spare days for the acclimatization along the way and it’s completely flexible to attempt the summit in terms of the weather and preparation factors.

We organize this exciting small group and private tour every Spring ( March-May) and Autumn (September-November), our focus has been always on a small group of climbers with moderate climbing and hiking experience looking to try a snowy summit in Nepal which is not a technical but which requires basic alpine skills. Our success rate with small groups is 99 percent since we have been organizing the climbing trip to Mera for almost one and half decades.

However, we also organize private trips for solo travelers with a private guide (one-on-one ratio) at a reasonable price. We have open dates for solo travelers or small groups of friends to sign up, book the tour with a sky-high offer today. Remember, on our guided 18 days Mera peak climb itinerary, we provide a highly experienced local trekking guide for a group or solo travelers and porter (1 porter for every 2 trekkers), and one climbing guide for every 2 climbers during the climb from the Khare or Mera Peak Base Camp.

During the trek to Khare, we accommodate you at the tea houses or trekking lodges along the way, and from Khare to High camp or Basecamp, we provide tents for sleeping and clocking tents where we will prepare all your foods including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

CLIMBING MERA 

The multiple-day trek into the peak provides us a great chance to enjoy all aspects of the Himalayan experience, from the lush green forests of the lower Khumbu region before crossing high passes and making your way up into the more sparse and rocky upper reaches. As we near the northern approaches of the peak we pass steep glaciers plunging into spectacular lakes behind huge ridges of glacial moraine.

We use a high camp for this peak so experience camping on the snow and keeping warm, dry, hydrated, and well-fed is important to ensure you're in the best shape for summit day. We have plenty of time on the walk-in, which is stunning, to practice the skills needed. If you're unsure of your suitability do feel free to contact us for a chat at info@alpineramble.com


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