Nepal Holiday Treks and TOurs

Mera Peak Climbing 6470m in Nepal

19 days
Max. Elevation
Group size

Kathmandu to Lukla by flight. and Phaplu to Kathmandu by jeep

From airport to hotel pickup and drop by private car

Best Season
(March, April, May) and (September, October and November)

tourist standard hotel in Kathmandu

Local tea house during the trek

Starts at/ Ends at
Kathmandu / kathmandu
Trip Route


    • Mera peak standing at an elevation of 6476 m (21547 feet)
    • Takes you through remote and untouched landscapes of the Khumbu region
    • Stunning panoramic views of some of the world’s highest mountains, including Mt. Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and Lhotse
    • Pass through traditional Sherpa villages and experience the warm hospitality of the local communities
    • Offers a greater sense of being in the wilderness, away from the busy trekking routes
    • Opportunity to gain valuable mountaineering experience while navigating through glacier and snow- covered terrain
    • Visiting ancient monasteries and explore a spiritual element like prayer flags and mani stones along the way
    • Learn about Sherpa’s unique culture, traditions, and their close bond with the mountains
    • Witness an unforgettable spectacles sunrise from the summit as the first rays of the sun illuminate the surrounding peaks, painting the sky in shades of orange and pink
    • Encounter Himalayan wildlife such as musk deer, snow leopard, Himalayan thar, and various bird species


Mera peak climbing

Mera peak is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal, standing at an elevation of 6476 m in the Khumbu region. Climbing Mera peak is a challenging but rewarding adventure destination for mountaineers seeking to summit a Himalayan peak. It offers incredible panoramic views of the Himalayas, including Mount Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, and challenging climbing experience.

The journey to Mera peak climbing starts with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. From the Lukla the trekkers follow a trail that passes through charming Sherpa villages, scenic remote valleys, and lush forests. The trail eventually reaches Mera base camp (5300 m) and High camp (5800 m) before attempting the summit. The route also includes crossing the impressive Hinku valley, known for its pristine beauty and wilderness.

Climbing Mera peak is a true adventure that involves technical climbing skills. The ascents involve crossing snowfields, glaciers, and steep slopes. The feeling of accomplishment when you reach the summit and stand at top Mera peak is incredibly rewarding and fulfilling. It’s an excellent stepping stone for climbers who aspire to attempt higher peaks in the future.

Overall, Mera peak is technically a trekking peak, it still involves mountaineering skills and use of appropriate equipment. However, it offers a unique blend of natural beauty, adventure cultural immersion, personal achievement, and the thrill of summiting a Himalayan peak that will stay with you for a lifetime.

Climbing seasons

The best season for Mera peak climbing is during the spring (April to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months provide more stable weather conditions and clear views. It’s important to note that Mera peak can be climbed during other times of the year as well. However, the weather condition may be more challenging and the risks associated with climbing. Winter climbs require additional mountaineering skills and experience.

Spring season is considered one of the best times to climb Mera peak. The weather is generally stable, with clear skies and mild temperatures. The visibility is amazing, providing panoramic views of the surrounding stunning mountains. The trails are also relatively dry and less prone to snowfall, making it easier for climbers.

Autumn season is another favorable time for Mera peak climbs. After the monsoon, the weather becomes stable, with excellent visibility and cool temperatures. This season is particularly preferred by many climbers due to its good trail condition, suitable weather, beautiful views, and breathtaking autumn landscapes.   

Fitness and Climbing Experience

Mera peak climbing requires a good level of physical fitness and prior trekking experience. It involves long days of trekking in high altitude conditions, so it’s essential to be prepared and in good health. 

It is a moderately challenging climb. While it requires some basic mountaineering experience and knowledge of using climbing equipment like ice axes and crampons are beneficial.


Climbing Mrera peak require several permits, including a climbing permit issued by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). You will also need to obtain a local area permit and a Sagarmatha National Park entry permit.

Meals and Accommodation

You will generally stay in tea houses or lodges along the trekking route. The tea houses offer basic accommodation facilities such as a bed, blanket, and shared bathroom facilities. It’s advisable to carry a sleeping bag suitable for cold weather condition, especially at higher altitudes. The level of comfort and amenities may vary as you ascend to higher altitudes.

Most of the tea houses along the Mera peak route provide a variety of meals to cater to trekkers’ dietary needs. They offer a menu with a range of options including Nepali, Tibetan, Indian and International dishes. The common meals consist of rice, lentils, vegetables, soups, noodles, and local meat (such as yak or chicken). All the food will be cooked by the local cook by using local vegetables so the taste would be very local.

Altitude sickness

Throughout this trek, you will be trekking in the isolated mountain region for more than a week beginning from 2000 meters and ascending at the maximum at 6476 meters. As a result, altitude sickness is a real possibility at such a high altitude. When it comes to illness such as nausea, headache, difficulty in breathing, increased heart rate, and uneasiness, one should be pro- active and notify the guide.

To minimize the risk of altitude sickness here are some guidelines:

Stop and rest where you are

 Do not go any higher for at least 24 to 48 hours

 Make sure you are drinking enough water

 Do not smoke, drink alcohol, or exercise

Guide and porter

It’s always helpful to trek with a knowledgeable, experience licensed guide and join a trekking agency to ensure safety and utilize your valuable time in a best way.

It’s important to note that according to Nepal tourism board, all the trekkers are required to obtain services of licensed trekking guide and to obtain TIMS card through authorized trekking agencies registered with the government of Nepal.

Therefore, Nepal holiday treks and tours Pvt. Ltd. is always here to offer you a highly experienced, friendly, English speaking, and licensed trekking guide and porter with their insurance. Moreover, they can provide you valuable insights into the local culture, traditions, and history of the region. They can also explain the significance of monasteries, festivals, and other cultural aspects you encounter along the way.  Similarly a porter carries your heavy backpack, and allowing you to trek with a lighter load.

 Travel insurance

Obtaining travel insurance is highly recommended for any trekking or climbing activities including Mera peak climbing. The trek includes high altitude trekking and technical climbing, which may be physically challenging and dangerous. Travel insurance can cover you financially in the event of an accident, a medical emergency, a flight cancellation or delay, or lost or stolen luggage and other potential risks associated with high- altitude climbing.

When buying travel insurance for this trek, ensure that it covers the activities like mountaineering, high- altitude trekking, and emergency helicopter evacuation, as these can be expansive without insurance. 

Importantly, Nepal Holiday treks and tours Pvt. Ltd. strongly recommend you for travel insurance for Mera peak climbing because it can offer you with peace of mind and financial protection in the event of an unforeseen accident. Before you buy it carefully read and understands the policy details including coverage limits, deductibles, exclusions, and any specific conditions or requirements. It’s essential to be aware of the coverage scope and any necessary steps or documentation required for making a claim.

Important Note

Fill your life with adventures, not things. Have stories to tell, not stuff to show. Hurry up! Adventure is waiting for you and mountains are calling you.

This trip is fully customization. Importantly, this trip is available on both a fixed departure and a private group basis. Moreover, we can also customize the trip as per your needs, please contact us at Whatsapp (+977-9843770916) or email us at Let us know how we can help you, and we will do our best to give you the best customer service you’ll get anywhere else.

Furthermore, Nepal holiday treks and tours Pvt. Ltd. is a reputable and reliable company serving relentlessly in the field of tourism to fulfill the dreams of diverse adventure seekers around the globe into reality where they can feel most alive. So, we recommend you to reserve seat for yourself by booking with us right away for a wonderful and unforgettable trip experience.

Trip Itinerary

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    • Airport Pick up and drop by private vehicles 
    • Three times meals a day- Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and accommodation in teahouse/ lodge during the trek
    • One experienced (government licensed) and qualified English speaking guide
    • One porter for two trekkers
    • Guide/ Porters: food, lodge, transportation, salary, insurance, equipment etc
    • First aids kit and Duffel bag
    • All taxes and company service charge
    • Kathmandu to Lukla by flight. and Phaplu to Kathmandu by jeep
    • All the necessary permits and TIMS card

Doesn't Include

    • International airfare and visa fees
    • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
    • Personal expenses of bar and beverage bills, wifi, hot shower, bottle of water, extra porters, laundry or any other things which are not mentioned by the company 
    • Your trekking gears and extra nights in a certain destination
    • Your travel insurance which should include the emergency rescue
    • Tips for your guide and porters                        
    • Entrance fees during the sightseeing
    • Extra expenses due to any event such as strikes, weather conditions, or flight delays 

Equipment List

Mountaineering backpack
Ice axe
Climbing harness
Climbing ropes
Mountaineering boots
Head lamp
Trekking poles
Sleeping bag
Water bottles
Sun hat
Warm down jacket
Woolen hat and scarf
Windproof jacket
Trekking socks
Raincoat and rain trousers
Antibacterial hand wash
Travel towel
Mouth wash
Tooth brush and tooth paste
Small personal power bank
Camera and batteries
Trekking shoes 
Full-sleeves shirt 
Sun lotion
Other required equipment’s

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