Mera Peak

Mera Peak is a mountain in the Mahalangur area, Barun sub-segment of the Himalaya and authoritatively in Nepal’s Sagarmatha Zone, Solukhumbu District. At 6,476 meters (21,247 ft) it is named a trekking crest. It contains three principle summits: Mera North, 6,476 meters (21,247 ft); Mera Central, 6,461 meters (21,198 ft); and Mera South, 6,065 meters (19,898 ft), and additionally a littler “trekking summit”, unmistakable as a particular summit from the south yet not set apart on most maps of the area.

The tallness of Mera is regularly given as 6654 meters, and guaranteed to be the most astounding trekking crest. This figure really indicates close-by Peak 41, which was erroneously named Mera in a rundown of Himalayan pinnacles, and the figures were duplicated to the authority trekking crest list as they were, including the wrong area arranges.

The main climb of Mera Central was on May 20, 1953 by Col. Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing (who was known by the moniker The Foreign Sportsman). Mera North was first moved by the French climbers Marcel Jolly, G. Baus and L. Honills in 1975. The area was first investigated widely by British undertakings in the mid 50s prior and then afterward the rising of Everest. Individuals from those groups included Edmund Hillary, Tenzing Norgay, Eric Shipton and George Lowe.

Jimmy Roberts (1916-1997) was likely the individual who can assume a large portion of the praise for setting up the trekking business in Nepal in the mid 1960s. He was after death granted the “Sagarmatha (Everest) National Award” by the administration in May 2005.

The view from the summit is one of the finest in the Himalaya with five 8,000m pinnacles unmistakable: Mount Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kangchenjunga, and in addition other Himalayan pinnacles connected beneath. The standard course from the north includes high elevation ice sheet strolling. The simplicity of achieving this height might be its greatest risk yet great climate and snow conditions are, obviously, essential for wellbeing and achievement. The west and south faces of the pinnacle offer more troublesome specialized courses.

For experienced climbers it is an in fact direct rising, the principle jump being appropriate acclimatization to the high height. These reasons influence Mera To top an extremely well known goal, with many enterprise visit organizations offering guided treks to the mountain for customers with next to zero mountaineering background. All climbers are prescribed to share in preparative wellness and elevation preparing before endeavoring a rising.

In 1986 Mal Duff and Ian Tattersall made the primary climb of the south west column. The course is around 1,800 meters (5,900 ft) long and reviewed at ED inf. The way to deal with the base of the column is amazingly presented to serac fall.

Day 01: Arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport (1300m).

Pick up from Airport and welcoming by Destination Unlimited and transfer to Hotel, trek briefing and welcome Dinner.

Day 02: Kathmandu Easy day and preparation

Kathmandu Half day excursion sightseeing and trek preparation day. Over night at Kathmandu.

Day 03: Kathmandu- Luckla- Chuthanga (3,430 m)

Early in the morning transfer to the airport for Scenic flight to Tenzing-Hillary Airport Luckla, where we begin our trek into the Khumbu region. During the flight you will have good chance to view excellent or Gorgeous Mountain’s panorama view. Arrival at Luckla our Guide briefs you & introduce our porter before we begin our trek to Chuthanga (3,430 m) . Overnight at tea-house. 4-5 hour trek

Day 04 Trek to Thuli Kharka.

Chuthanga – Thuli Kharka (4320m) via Zwatra –La (4600 m) 5-6 hours. After breakfast breakfast trek Thuli Kharka.

Day 05 Trek to Kothe.

Thuli –Kharka – Kothe (3600 m): 5-6 hours. Over night at Kothe.

Day 06 Trek to Thaknak.

Kothe – Thaknak (4,350m): 3-4 hours. Over night Thaknak

Day 07 Trek to Khare.

Thaknak – Khare (5,045m): 2-3 hours. Over night at Khare

Day 08: Another day in Khare

Rest day in Khare/Acclimatisation: Visit around and enjoy before climbing

Day 09: Climbing started ( Optional Day)

Khare – Mera Base Camp (5300m): 3-4 hours( Optional)

Day 10: Climbing to Mera Peak

Mera Base Camp – High camp (5,780m): 4-5 hours . Over night at Tented Camp.

Day 11: Summit and trek to Khare.

Mera High Camp – Summit (6,461m) and back to Khare (5045m): 8-9 hours. Over night at Khare

Day 12: Optional day for bad weather

Reserve Day for emergency( Optional)

Day 13: Trek to Kothe.

Khare- Kothe. 6-7 hours. Over night at Kothe.

Day 14: Trek to Thuli Kharka

Kothe- Thuli Kharka. 5-6 hours. Over night Thuli Kharka.

Day 15: Trek to Luckla

Thuli Kharka – Lukla (2830m) 6-7 hrs. Evening celebration with guide and porters. Over night at Luckla.

Day 16: Luckla to Kathmandu.

Luckla to Kathmandu by morning flight. Over night at Kathmandu. Farewell dinner.

Day 17: Departure

After breakfast transfer to the airport for final departure.

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Trip Includes

  •  All transfer by private A/C Car/Van/Bus
  •  Hotel with breakfast in Kathmandu
  •  Camping during the Climbing ( Cook, Tent etc.)
  •  Accommodation during the trek- Basic tea house
  •  Trekking Guide/ Climbing Guide ( 1 Included)
  •  Porters for carrying all goods and supplies. 2 clients 1
  •  All trekking permits/ Peak climbing permit fees
  •  All your standard Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trekking
  •  All Climbing equipment(rope, ice screw, snow bar etc/ sleeping bags. Duffle bag
  •  Staff insurance, medication and equipment
  •  Rescue arrangements for our clients
  •  All Govt. and Local Taxes
  •  Trekking Certificate by Company
  •  Necessary First aid medical kit and Safety first

Trip Excludes

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  •  International airfares / Travel/trekking insurance
  •  Nepal entry visa fees
  •  Bottled drinks on trek (cold and alcoholic) and Hot Drinks
  •  Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu.
  •  Additional food or drink on trek in addition to three standard meals
  •  Mountain rescue charges or insurance
  •  Personal expenses, Emergency Expenses, road blocked, snakes, desert.etc
  •  Garbage deposit fee US$ 250.00 (Refundable
  •  Personal Equipment for trekking and Climbing guide
  •  Tips for trekking staff/climbing staff and driver.
Nepal is an extremely diverse country for its size. The temperature here can range from extremely hot (37-40C) in the lower Terai regions, to negative temperatures in the northern, mountainous regions. Feb-May & Sept-Nov are prime trekking times due to the lovely climate. There is ample sun in the day time, and only slightly chilly at night. Monsoon (June-Aug) can get very hot and humid-with showers usually in the early morning and late afternoon.
You can get Visa through

– Nepalese embassy on your country or

– On arrival Visa in Tribhuwan International

Obviously a “YES”. There are gluts of refreshing activities like jungle safari, cultural tour, sight seeing etc. that could be an refreshing experience for children as well as adults. Moreover, trekking has been categorized as per difficulty level (easy, medium, hard) and distance (short, medium, long) that can be booked as per the age and ability of children.
Nepal is an extremely diverse country for its size. The temperature here can range from extremely hot (37-40C) in the lower Terai regions, to negative temperatures in the northern, mountainous regions. Feb-May & Sept-Nov are prime trekking times due to the lovely climate. There is ample sun in the day time, and only slightly chilly at night. Monsoon (June-Aug) can get very hot and humid-with showers usually in the early morning and late afternoon.
You can get Visa through

– Nepalese embassy on your country or

– On arrival Visa in Tribhuwan International

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