Mera peak climbing trip unleashes an opportunity to all the experienced trekkers and amateur climbers who dream & dare to achieve the sensation of standing on the summit of Himalayan peak. Mera Peak 6476m is the highest permitted trekking peak to climb in Nepal. Situated south of Everest dominating the watershed of the thickly wooded and remote Hinku valley, Mera Peak doesn’t demand past climbing experience, as this is a non- technical trekking peak climbing in Nepal. During Mera Peak Climbing Adventure, we stay on the full supported tented camps, away from the teahouse crowd where our cook and kitchen staffs prepare all fresh and hygienic food.
Even though the Mera Peak climbing expedition is technically straightforward, there are some crevasses to manoeuvre around, and the route can be long and demanding after a fresh snowfall.
Himalayan Glacier organized its first climbing trip to Mera Peak in 1992. Our Mera Peak Trek is carefully designed with steady ascent and a separate day set aside in Khare to allow plenty of time for acclimatization. The usual route to Mera Peak is directly via the Zatra La Pass, but we follow the route that heads south from Lukla and up the beautiful Hinku Valley and later return via Zatra La pass. Following this route has a few advantages. We not only pass through the beautiful Nepalese wilderness but also through quaint villages which will give us a glimpse into the rich culture of the locals. Additionally, since the route is longer, it’s better for acclimatization.
Mera Peak climbing is an excellent option for anyone with moderate mountaineering experience. It is a challenging trekking peak due to its elevation, but the technical mountaineering skills requirement is very basic. Besides, Himalayan Glacier’s seasoned Sherpa guide will provide us with a basic mountaineering training before the actual summit.