Mera Peak (6654 m.)

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Trip Overview Mera Peak (6654 m.)

Mera Peak Climbing
Mera peak  (6654 m.)situated in Khumbu region and to the south of Mt. Everest, standing prominently between the wilderness valley of Hinku and hongu. Mera peak has two summits the easier one attempted by most climbers, is accessed by taking a higher line to the eastern summit with its steep last 20m or so. The true summit can be either be reached by a drop and traverse, beyond many people by this stage, or by initially taking a westerly lower line out of the high camp for steep haul to the true summit. Its high altitude must be respected, however, and acclimatization must be done at the recommended pace ideally reaching the summit. Many people fail to reach the summit because of; there is no quick way to climb a mountain of this height. Its popularity comes from fact that five of the world tallest mountains are visible in the near distance from the summit and getting to the summit from base camp is considered not more than a mountain walk across a crevassed glacier.

Mera Peak offers a panoramic view of Chamlang, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, and Baruntse in the east and the peaks of Cho-Oyu, Ama Dablam and Kangtega to the west. Everest can be viewed to the north over the massive unclimbed south face of Lhotse and the Nuptse/Lhotse ridge. Under favourable conditions, it is possible to climb the peak and descend back on the same day.

Peak Fact:

Permit group: B
Height: 6654M: 21830FT
Latitude: 2770000000
Longitude: 86 86666700
Location: Khumbu
Duration: 17 days.

Outline Itinerary:

DAY|01| – DAY|09|  Fly to lukla from Kathmandu and begin the trek to base camp through green terraced villages, over rushing rivers on suspension bridges beneath towering peaks. Cross two high passes before the final high pass of 5300 Meter, the Mera – La, reveals base camp. Rest and further acclimatize.

DAY|10| – DAY|12| Climbing period
DAY|13| – DAY|17| Return trek to Lukla and fly back to Kathmandu.

DAY|01|  Arrival at Kathmandu
DAY|02|  Stay in Kathmandu for the official procedure
DAY|03|  Fly to Lukla
DAY|04|  Trek to Chuthanga
DAY|05|  Trek to Chetarbu Kharka
DAY|06|  Trek to Kothe, forest Camp
DAY|07|  Trek to Thangnak
DAY|08|  Acclimatization at Thangnak
DAY|09|  Trek to Khahare
DAY|10|  Rest at Khahare
DAY|11|  Trek to Mera high camp
DAY|12|   Summit to Mera Peak
DAY|13|   Extra summit day
DAY|14|  Trek back to Thnagnak
DAY|15|  Trek to Tashing Dingma
DAY|16|  Trek to Chetava Kharka
DAY|17|  Trek to Chuthangma
DAY|18|  Trek to Lukla
DAY|19|  Fly back to Kathmandu
DAY|20| Rest day at Kathmandu
DAY|21| Departure on your destination

Services are including on cost

  • All arrival and departure, airport/ hotel transfer
  • Accommodation as per itinerary in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Welcome and farewell dinner with Nepalese culture program
  • Guided Kathmandu city sightseeing tour including entrance fees
  • Require paper document and Peak climbing permit
  • Food & Fuel during the trek and base camp during the climbing period
  • Staff: Base camp 1 Guide, 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen boy with helper
  • To and from transportation for Member and staffs
  • Equipment allowance, daily allowance for climbing staffs
  • Expedition insurance for Nepalese staff
  • Expedition equipment Tent, Mattresses during the climbing period
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner) tea/ coffee during the trek
  • Teahouse/ Lodge accommodation during the trek
  • An experienced English speaking trekking guide including his flight, salary, first Aid
  • Medical kit box and route map
  • All government tax and local taxes

Services are not include on cost

  • International flight ticket to and from Kathmandu
  • Nepalese visa fee
  • Lunch and dinner in (city) Kathmandu
  • Personal equipment for climbing
  • Personal Insurance of Climber
  • Emergency evacuation service
  • Climbing food, Gas & stove
  • Radio Permit (if you need)
  • Personal expenses (bar bills, laundry, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle water or boiled water, shower etc)
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary

Useful Information


To enable all expedition members to acclimatize well and so maximize their chance of success, our expedition programmers is prepared with enough time for acclimatization. The atmospheric pressure at base camp is half that at sea level.

Experience Required

All team members need to be in excellent physical condition if they are to have a realistic chance of staying strong right up to the summit. Climbing an 8,000m peak is a tough test of endurance; both physical and psychological, so you need to make sure that you are prepared for the effort required to sustain the duration of the expedition.

Our Team

our guides are trained professional and extensive past high-altitude guiding experience that will increase your chances of success. Our Team is one of the best high-altitude climbing support teams on the mountain. Our staffs have worked with us for many years to ensure quality and dependable performance.


Special travel insurance is available from us, which provides a wide range of cover. A choice of either ‘Expedition only’ insurance and ‘Annual’ insurance is available for most trips. Expedition team can do their insurance directly also.

When to visit

The best period for the expedition is during spring (Late March to early May) and autumn (Late September to early November). During these periods, the sky is clear, the passes are free of snow and the views are excellent. Furthermore, there is not much snow and the days are clearer and less windy making it appropriate for climbing.

Group size

The size of the group could vary from 2 - 12 people. The smallest number of people in a group is 4 persons and the largest could go up to 12 persons.

Altitude Sickness

Sometimes travelers face health hazards mainly due to the high altitude. Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a frequent problem in the Himalayan region. It can affect a traveler is various ways that have little to do with age, sex or physical fitness.
The best treatment is prevention. Do not exert yourself or walk too fast. Drink plenty of liquid, eat well and watch for warning signs. If you have a history of respiratory and heart problem please consult your doctor before embarking on any one of our trips.

Risk and Liability

Destination Management Inc means safety, reliability and the professional personnel to ensure your convenience at all times. However sometimes unforeseen circumstances like landslides, floods, bad weather, bad road condition, vehicle breakdown, delay in flights due to bad weather, local political situation could contribute to the change in the program. No claim of refund will be entertained including early return from the trip, or change in itinerary due to unavoidable situations as stated above. All extra expenses that occur in such cases should be borne directly by the clients themselves.

Medical Kit

Though we provide a comprehensive medical kit it is better if you carry a simple but adequate medical kit without taking much space in your baggage. The following is recommended as tried and tested list of items.
  • Asprin or Panadol
  • Antihistamine
  • Antibiotics
  • Kaolin preparation
  • Rehydration mixture
  • Antibiotic powder or dry spray
  • Bandages and Band-Aids
  • Thermometer
  • Sun block, sun tan lotion, lip balm
  • Throat Lozenges
  • Moleskin
  • Sulamyd 10% eye drops.
  • Acetaminophen (paracetamol)
  • Antacid tablets

What to bring?

  • Plastic Boots, Gaiter, Fixed Rope.
  • Crampons, Ice Axe, Harness.
  • Karabiner, Main Rope.
  • Jumar - 1 pc, Snow Bar
  • Helmet, Ice screw
  • Propane and butane gas with burner
  • Aerosol, Oxygen with mask and regulator
  • Equipment checklist, Down jacket
  • Strong, comfortable walking shoes for the trek
  • Thermal undergarments like long johns, underwear, vest
  • Sunglasses, Warm clothes
  • Trekking boots (only for treks)
  • Climbing boots including Koflasch
  • Heavy socks, Balaclava/ warm cap/ hat
  • Scarf/ mask, Walking sticks/ ski poles (only for treks)
  • Windbreakers/ jacket
  • Flashlight, Rain gear/ umbrella
  • Sunscreen/ lip balm, Down sleeping bag
  • Water bottle, Moisturizing lotion
  • Toilet paper, A knife with a can opener
  • High altitude VE 25 tents
  • Oxygen with regulator and mask
  • High altitude fuel like propane/ butane gas, burners, aerosol
  • High altitude food, Equipment
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