Next day, you will have a sightseeing of the famous sites of Kathmandu valley. Kathmandu is known as the city of temples. You will visit the sites which are listed in UNESCO world heritage sites.
On this day, we will start our journey through the edge of the Hinku Khola . We trek to Hinku Drangka , pass Lungsumgba Gompa . After a short walk we will reach to Thaknak . Thaknak is a beautiful site with lodges and shops. We will spend our night in Thaknak.
At 6476m, it is a high mountain that requires little technical climbing on its regular route. We will spend 16 days trekking and climbing, including two summit days. We plan to take our guided trip for 16 days, starting on the first day of arrival in Kathmandu and ending on the earliest date of departure from home.
Technical skills are not required to climb Mera Peak, and the climb does not involve steep ascents, but the high altitude of 6461m makes this climb challenging. The climb to Mera peak is relatively straightforward compared to other trekking peaks in Nepal.
No matter how experienced you are in high-altitude trekking, you can climb Mera Peak. Because the climb to Mera Peak is not technically demanding, it is open to those with no previous peak-climbing experience.
Mera Peak usually is reached directly from Zatra La Pass, but we follow a route that crosses South Hinku Valley first and then traverses Zatra La Pass later.
How much does it cost to climb Mera Peak? A 16-day itinerary with Mera Peak Climbing costs $2300 per person with Himalayan Hero Adventure. Climbing Mera Peak is strenuous and only permitted by authorized trekking companies. Climbing Mera Peak alone is prohibited.
On a clear day when you are flying, you may be able to see Everest in the distance. However, the Mera peak is invisible from the plane and will not be visible until Day 6 or 7 into the trek when you reach Dingboche.
Mera Peak can be climbed all year, but it's not recommended in the summer as it's also the monsoon season.As a result, climbing in the Himalayas is considered a good experience during the spring and fall seasons. The fall season, also known as autumn, extends from September through November and is moderately warm and characterized by clear weather.
Nepal has its busiest climbing season from March through early June during the spring. It is possible to climb Mera Peak in the winter, but the extreme cold can be dangerous for climbers unfamiliar with the pace and strain of high altitudes.
Mera Peak is generally referred to as a 'tracking peak,' but during its final lap, it includes some climbing, so mountaineering skills are required. Choosing the right gear and equipment is crucial for a successful climb of Mera Peak.
You should be carrying the following stuff in your backpack:
Three hearty meals will be provided to you every day. Dinner and breakfast will usually be served at the same lodge. During the trial, lunch will be enjoyed at tea houses and small restaurants.
Although we will serve packed lunches and tea or coffee during the climb, we will stay in tented camps. We provide our climbing cooks with both breakfast and dinner. During the trek, fresh fruit and organic ingredients are used from local villages or Kathmandu.
The trek includes accommodation in lodges, teahouses, or hotels. You'll spend about three to four nights in camping tents during your climb. A member of the climbing crew will set up separate tents for your guests, a dining tent, and a toilet tent during your trip.
You will receive instructions and guidelines before arriving in Nepal to climb from Himalayan Hero Adventure. A day or two at the base camp will also be dedicated to pre-climb training, including climbing techniques and equipment.
Mountaineering experience is not required for climbing Mera Peak as long as you can walk for several hours each day on various terrains for several days.
Climb Mera Peak if you're an enthusiastic beginner in climbing or an experienced trekker wanting to challenge themselves further than trekking in the Himalayas. Preparation is a must when dealing with heights since you will be dealing with high altitudes.
You may need to use ice picks, harnesses, and ice boots during the climb. Mera Peak is more accessible to climb in many aspects than Island Peak, despite its challenging trekking section to the base camp.
Thanks to Chintan's experience in promoting tourism in Nepal, we managed to organize an excellent visit to the main places in Nepal. After our arrival in Kathmandu, we planned together the various visits and transports for Pokhara, Lumbini, Chitwan. Thanks to their deep knowledge of the various places we have been able to understand throughout the package, the various experiences, such as paragliding and jungle safari, unique and absolutely to be done. I thank Chintan, Madan and the whole Himalayan Hero Adventures Company.