The Mera peak climbing showcases some of the most spectacular scenery throughout the journey to its summit. Mera Peak is best known as Nepal’s highest trekking peak settled at an elevation of 6,476m/21,246 ft. & is very demanding. Being one of the most alluring trekking peaks in Nepal, it overlooks many of world's highest summits, including the queen Sagarmatha itself (Mt.Everest).
Mera peak alpine climbing involves a culturally stimulating journey through remote picturesque village & virgin forests.Having Proper acclimatization processed underway, we step into Zatrwa La pass where our official climbing takes a leap. All our climbing trips are led by Everest Summiteers sherpas & their years of expertise in Hand, 100% summit success is guaranteed.
Mera peak is high & pretty straightforward which makes climbing fairly easy. It requires little or no technical skills & is ideal for novice climbers. However, Mera peak demands a good level of fitness and strong determination to achieve a summit.
We would like to put Edmund Hillary’s word here "It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves." Gear up for alpine climbing with a team of crusade Himalaya.
BEST TIME TO GO
Spring : March - May Fall : September - November
At these times, the weather is at its best, being hot but not uncomfortably so, and there’s usually minimal or no rain.
Mera peak climbing is your next challenge. Mera peak doesn’t require technical climbing skills but it does require decent level of physical fitness. Climbing is physically demanding & you will be walking through glacier terrain. Expect to walk on glacier for 5-6 hour to scale summit. The straightforward climb makes mera achievable.
Summit of highest trekking peak of Nepal
Mera Peak, a viewpoint for 5 of the world's 8000-meter peaks
Crossing the Thaksindo and Pangkongma passes, for acclimatization
Opportunity to gain proficiency in basic Mountaineering Skills: using ice axe and crampon
Certified Climbing Sherpas, Logistics, excellent Kathmandu hotels, and airport transfers
Hinku Valley & its high alpine landscape
Everest Base camp as an add on for Mera peak climbing
Fascinating Sherpa Culture & their long mountaineering history.