From Mera Peak, you can view the top of the world Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Pumori, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhotse, and Cho-Oyu
Summit Mera Peak (6470 meters height)
Mera Peak Climbing is popular and highest trekking peaks in Nepal. Mera Peak is situated at the height of 6470m. It has three different summits – Mera North (6470m), Mera Central (6461m) and Mera South (6065m).
On May 20, 1954, the British army officer James Owen Merion Roberts and Sen Tenzing where two climbers who successfully summited Mera Peak Central. Mera North was first summited by three Frenchmen Marcel Joly, L Honills and G Baus.
Most of the peak climbers summit Mera North due to its highest altitude among other Mera peaks. Journey to Mera Peak Climbing starts with the adventurous flight to Lukla, trekking to Mera Peak Base Camp (5400m) following the east of Lukla, and on the final day summit to Mera Peak.
Starting the trekking from Lukla, routes are covered with rhododendron flowers (in spring), silver fir, and Jennifer. After passing the Mera Peak Base Camp, there are no teahouses for foods and accommodation. Now, we have to set up a camp around high camp and to be prepared for accommodation in a tent.
While returning back from Mera Peak Summit, you will have two options to reach Kathmandu. One option is to follow the same route to Lukla. Another option is to trek through the Ampulaptsha pass and ascend towards Island Peak Base Camp which is best suited for adventurous lovers.
Day 1Flight to Kathmandu. Trek to Paiya
Day 2Trek to Panggom
Day 3Trek to Ningsow
Day 4Trek from Ningsow to Chhatra Khola
Day 5Trek to Kothe
Day 6Trek to Thangnak
Day 7Trek to Khare
Day 8Acclimatization and Pre–climb training around Khare