"In life, there's always a mountain to conquer." Pemba Jangbu Sherpa

Mera Peak climbing

Mera Peak is located at the head of the quiet and remote Hinku valley, an area of the Mount Everest region rarely frequented by trekkers or visitors. There are many approaches to Mera; some are easy and some require the crossing of high and difficult passes.

South ridge is considered un-climbable, East and north faces almost so. Northeast ridge is a difficult mixed 1600 meters climb. West face is possible, so is north-west ridge, but access to Mera West glacier (Khare glacier) is difficult; either a 500 climb up an icefall or a 1,000 meter climb over west side ramparts to the glacial basin at 5,600 meters. 
This extended and strenuous trek, circumnavigating the Manaslu range, is one that avid trekkers could only dream about till a few Years back. Officially opened to trekking in 1990 and just as suddenly forbidden again, it was finally "reopened" in 1992 along with Mustang. A Government quota, however, limits the number of visitors to the area.
Strenuous trekking is constantly rewarded with brilliant mountain vistas of the Ganesh and Manaslu Himal ranges and insights into the cultures of a cross-section of ethnic Nepalese tribes and peoples, perhaps not available on any other trek.

Starting, in the lush green lower hills inhabited by Indo-Aryan Hindus, you will pass through middle hills which is inhabited by the Sherpa,Tibetan-Burmese, Magar, Rai,Limbu and Tamang peoples who follow both Hinduism and Buddhism and sometimes Shamanism, to emerge into the high, arid desert region that is actually a part of the Tibetan Plateau where people of Tibetan Stock dwell and where the predominant religion is Tibetan Buddhism.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1: arrival in Kathmandu transfer to Hotel
Day 2: Flight to Phaplu trek to Thaksindu
Day 3: Trek to Kharikhola
Day 4: Trek to Pangoam
Day 5: trek to Nungswa
Day 6: Trek to Chatarwa Khola
Day 7: Trek to Trek to Kothe
Day 8: Trek to Thangnak
Day 9: Rest day at Thangnak
Day 10: Trek to Khare
Day 11: Rest day at Khare
Day 12: Trek to Mera peak high camp
Day 13: Summit Mera peak and back to Khare
Day 14: Trek down to Kothe
Day 15: Trek to Chatarwa La
Day 16: Trek to Lukla
Day 17: Flight to Kathmandu
Day 18; free day in Kathmandu
Day 19: Final departure from Kathmandu

Service Includes:

  • All meals during trek in Local Lodge
  • Accommodation during trek available everyday en-route (local lodge)
  • Camping arrangement during Mera peak climb
  • English speaking local expert guide, porters
  • National park fees
  • Trekkers' Information Management System fees
  • Mera peak climbing permit
  • Flight :Kathmandu to Phaplu airfare with domestic airport departure tax
  • Flight Lukla/Kathmandu airfare with domestic airport departure tax
  • Airport transfers with an escort by Private Vehicle
  • Peak climbing supporting Sherpa
  • 3 Night Accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Equipment clothing for porter & staffs
  • Insurance for all staff & porters
  • All applicable government tax

Service Excludes:

  • Nepal visa - Multiple Entrée 30 days - USD 40 per
  • Personal climbing gear
  • Lunch and dinner during hotel stay in Kathmandu
  • Extra baggage charges ( all together only 15 kg is allow by domestic airline)
  • Any expenses incurred in emergency evacuation/road block due to any reason, table drinks, snacks while walking
  • Any other tours, transfers and services other than mentioned above.
  • Tips to Guide, Driver or Potters
  • Your insurance and Medical expenses

Price please contact us (info@iamtreks.com )
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