Mera Peak Climbing takes us to the summit of Mera Peak (6,476m/21,247ft) which is Nepal’s highest trekking peak. During the spring and autumn seasons, we preferably climb Mera Peak as it is the best time to climb the mountain for its stunning Himalayan views. Five 8,000m peaks can be seen from the summit, including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Kanchenjunga.
Trip to Mera Peak Climbing begins with an adventurous flight to Lukla, trek to Mera Peak Base Camp (5,400m) east of Lukla, and on the final day of the summit to Mera Peak. The routes are covered with rhododendron flowers (in spring), silver fir, and Jennifer. After passing the Mera Peak Base Camp, there are no lodge for foods and accommodation. Now, we have to set up tents around high camp and to be prepared for accommodation in a tent.
Although non-technical, the peak is at high altitude and this is something to consider when deciding whether this journey is for you. Refresher training will be given prior to reaching High Camp. The itinerary has been designed to allow for a gradual acclimatization and a reserve day has been built in the in case of bad weather on the summit day.
Best Time for Climbing Mera Peak.
It is possible to climb the Mera Peak all year round, although summer time is not recommended as it’s the monsoon period. However, spring and fall seasons are considered to be the best and most suitable seasons of the year for any climbing trip in the Himalayas.
September through November is the fall season and the temperatures are moderate and the weather appears to be very clear. March through early June is the spring season and also Nepal’s busiest climbing season of the year.
- Summit the highest hiking peak in Nepal.
- Stunning views of Everest, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, Nuptse, Lhotse, AmaDablam, Cho Oyu and many other Himalayan ranges.
- Enjoy the mesmerizing views of the Himalayas in the Khumbu region.