Mera Peak Climbing


Trekking Peak




16 Years


Mount Mera peak climbing is the highest trekking peak of Nepal categorized by NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association). Mt. Mera is an adventure trekking peak in Nepal. It stands in the Mahalangur section of the Everest region. There are three different faces of the Mera Peak. Mera north face at 6,476m/21,247ft altitude, the central face at 6,461m/21,198ft altitude, and the South face at 6,065m/19,898ft altitude. The popular one is Mera central Peak while rest of the faces are not popular. Col. Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing made the first climbing of Mera peak 6,461m/21,198ft on 20th May 1953AD. The highlights of this trek include the clear visibility of five major world’s highest mountains (above 8,000m/26,240ft from sea level); Mt. Everest (8,848m), Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), Mt. Makalu (8,481m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8,201m) and many other snowcapped high mountains.


Mera Peak lies in the Makalu Barun park on the border of the Khumbu region. At 6476m it's the very best of the Nepal Trekking Peaks, and commands one among the simplest viewpoints in Nepal. there are panoramic views taking in, among others, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, Cho Oyo, Kanchenjunga, Ama Dablam, Chamlang and Baruntse. Climbers will use crampons to form the ascent, carry an extended ice axe for support, and use rope as a guide across the glacier on summit day. First-time users of those aids will be instructed of their use below base camp. The ascent from the Mera La is gradual and sustained, before reaching a brief, but straightforward climb up a 40-degree slope to Mera’s central summit. Note that the marginally higher North Summit is presently heavily crevassed and expeditions currently head for the Central Summit nearby (6461m).

Trip Highlights:

  • Mera Peak height is 6,476 meters which falls under the highest 'trekking peaks'.
  • Aerial views of world’s most admired mountains; Mount Everest,
    Nuptse, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Amadablam and many other snowcapped
  • Walk across the Himalayas through Sherpa cultural villages, Buddhist monasteries, mountain glaciers, flora and fauna.
  • One of the mysterious mountain flight of Kathmandu–Lukla–Kathmandu,
    an entrance and exit point of entire Everest region’s activities.


Detailed Itinerary:

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,400m/4,592ft) and transfer to Hotel.

BB Plan Hotel/Resort

Welcome to Katmandu in the capital city of Katmandu which is located at 4592 ft. As soon as you arrive you will be picked up and as per your request, you will be accommodated at the hotel or Resort. Meal Includes: Your first day in the city would typically involve exploring the city. Therefore, it would be rather advisable for you to opt for BB plan so that you could try different delicacies while wandering around the various city spots.

Day 02: Guided tour around world’s Heritage sites of Kathmandu.

BB Plan Hotel/Resort

While you continue your stay in your choice of resort / hotel, we set your second day in the city to be quite interesting. If you are someone who loves to learn about the different culture and wants to know the heritage of a certain city / country, then the second day of your stay is just the perfect one for you. You will visit Kathmandu’s heritage sites and learning more about Kathmandu’s rich heritage. There will be a guide to run you through the history of each of these sites.

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,800m/9,184ft) & trek to Chutang (3,020m/9,905ft) (45 minutes fly & 4-5 hrs walk).

Full Board Tea House

“Time to rise!” You are just set to go higher from hereon. Take a flight from the capital city to Lukla set at an altitude of 9,184 ft. It’s a short, 25 minutes flight, and well, your day just doesn’t end there. You will be taking a trek to Chutang, which will be at an altitude of 9,905 ft. We will set your accommodation in a Tea House. Here, it is advisable to opt for a full board meal plan (includes – dinner, breakfast and lunch)

Day 04: Trek from Chhuthang to Tuli Kharka (4,100m/13,448ft) via Zatrawala Pass (4,600m/15,088ft) (5-6 hrs walk).

Full Board Tea House

You start your fourth day with a trek from Chutang to Tuli Kharka (13,448ft altitude) via the scenic Zatrawala Pass (15,088 ft altitude). We can complete the whole trek within five to six hours. Here, your accommodation will be set up in a Tea House and the suggested meal plan will be a full board one.

Day 05: Trek from Tuli kharka to Kothe (4,182m/13,716ft) (6-7 hrs walk).

Full Board Tea House

You trek further for six to seven hours to Kothe (4,182m/13,716ft altitude) with a similar accommodation and meal set up. This set up will be the same until your eighth day.

Day 06: Trek from Kote to Thangnak (4,326m/14,189ft) (4-5 hrs walk).

Full Board Tea House

Trek from Kote to Thangnak (14,189ft altitude) is a four to five hours walk.

Day 07: Trek from Thangnak to Khare (5,000m/16,400ft) (5-6 hrs walk).

Full Board Tea House

Trek from Thangnak to Khare (16,400ft altitude) is a five to six hours walk.

Day 08: Rest and acclimatization at Khare.

Full Board Tea House

After a long trek to Khare, you can take time off to acclimatize.

Day 09: Trek from Khare to Mera Base Camp (5,300m/17,384ft) (3-4 hrs ascend).

Full Board Tented Camps

Your ascend to the Mera Base Camp starts here. Take a trek for three to four hours to report at the base camp (17,384ft altitude). You will be put up in tented camps along with a full board meal plan.

Day 10: Trek from Base Camp to Mera High Camp (5,700m/18,696ft) (3-4 hrs ascend).

Full Board Tented Camps

A three to four hours trek from Base Camp to Mera High Camp (18,696ft altitude). Tented camps and full board meal plans are available for you.

Day 11: Summit to Mera Peak (6,461m/21,192ft) & descent to Khare (8-9 hrs ascend/descend).

Full Board Tea House

This day will mark the beginning of your summit to Mera Peak (21,192ft altitude) later your descend to Khare begins. The whole ascend and descend will take around eight to nine hours. Your arrival to Khare will allow you enjoy the facilities of the Tea House again.

Day 12: Spare day in case of worse weather.

Full Board Tea House available

Considering that the weather can be unpredictable, there’s a spare day for you to rest in your Tea House accommodation.

Day 13: Trek back from Khare to Kothe (5-6 hrs walk).

Full Board Tea House

You trek back from Khare to Kothe. You can cover this in five to six hours.

Day 14: Trek from Kothe to Tuli Kharka (5-6 hrs walk).

Full Board Tea House

You trek further down to Kharka in five to six hours.

Day 15: Trek from Tuli Kharka to Lukla via Zatrawala Pass (5-6 hrs walk).

Full Board Tea House

Trekking via Zatrawala Pass for five to six hours you reach Lukla.

Day 16: Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel.

Breakfast Hotel/Resort

You take a flight back to Kathmandu from where you will be transferred to your hotel / resort. Your meal plan will remain the same as your stay on the first day.

Day 17: Spare day. Free for personal activities or additional activities on request.

Breakfast & Farewell Dinner Hotel/Resort

You can have this day for leisure. You could roam around the city or indulge in shopping. Also, you may request the Hotel / Resort for some additional activities. On your last night, We will arrange a Farewell Dinner for you.

Day 18: Final departure. Drop to airport as per flight schedule.

We will honor your last day in Nepal with a farewell. We will transfer you from the hotel / resort to Tribhuvan International Airport where you take a flight back home.



Our travel planner can customize the itinerary outline as per your duration of stay, purpose of holiday and your preference. Cost of the package also depends upon level of service (deluxe, standard & budget) and as per the group size. You can easily CONTACT US at any time for any queries.