WHY CLIMB MERA PEAK

When you decide to go to Nepal, you will be in for a treat. Kathmandu in it’s self is a wonder, the villages in the Kathmandu valley hold hidden treasures, back streets, unique architecture, laid back villagers and a serene beauty away from the busy streets of the Thamel’s tourist district. It’s worth getting in a few days early and exploring the sights. If you sign up for one of our trips we will take you sightseeing as part of your trip and you will experience something special in the Kathmandu valley.

  
Once you have had your dose of the city we will fly you into Lukla airport in the mountains and start hiking from 2,850m/ 9,350 feet. Mera Peak is Nepal’s highest trekking peak standing at 6,476m/ 21,247 feet above sea level. A jump of 3,626m/ 11,896 feet. We will cover three times this as we go up and down hill in the acclimatization process. The views off Mera Peak are nothing short of spectacular. From the summit you can see five of the world’s 8,000 meter peaks including Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho Oyu and Everest. Once we fly into the mountains, we will get off the beaten track and spend time acclimatizing in the high and tranquil Hinku Valley below Mera peak.
 
  
Although physically very demanding, the climb itself is technically straight forward. The snow slopes are gradual and rarely exceed 30 degrees. Trekking in this rewarding valley gives you a chance to venture into an isolated and unspoiled wilderness of massive moraines, glacial lakes and some of the most spectacular peaks in Nepal. You will also see the amazing sunrise on Everest and Kanchenjunga. As we slowly ascend to the triple summits of Mera you will be given one of the finest vantage points in Nepal.
  
This arduous trip does require some pre-expedition training and we can help you prepare for this adventure of a lifetime.  The views off Mera peak and on route to Mera peak are some of the best mountain views you will ever experience. Get in touch today and start your journey to standing on the top of Mera peak at 6,476m high in the Himalaya’s

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