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Mera Peak Climbing is a thrilling and challenging adventure that takes you to the pinnacle of one of Nepal's highest trekking peaks. Rising to an impressive height of 6,476 meters, Mera Peak offers a spectacular vantage point to behold the awe-inspiring Himalayan panorama. This expedition combines the exhilaration of mountaineering with the enchantment of trekking through remote valleys, dense forests, and picturesque Sherpa villages. As you ascend through the breathtaking landscapes, you'll encounter pristine glaciers, traverse snowy slopes, and face technical challenges, ultimately culminating in a triumphant summit achievement. The journey to Mera Peak is a test of physical endurance and mental resilience, rewarding climbers with unforgettable memories and a profound sense of accomplishment.

Trip Highlights of Mera Peak Climbing

  • Prominent 6000 metres peak in Nepal, which is best for starting peak climbing for beginner mountaineers. 

  • Jaw-dropping view of several world's tallest mountains like Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, and several others.
  • hiking and trekking the legendary foot trails of the Everest region and Mera Peak.
  • Overnight sleep at high camp and Mera Peak base camp before heading for the summit push.
  • Adequate acclimatisation and trekking to make you ready for the summit push.
  • Complete assistance by our government-licensed Sherpa guides and Climbing guides.
  • Admiring hospitality, culture, and lifestyle of people of the Khumbu region.

Mera Peak Climbing and Expedition - Overview

Among all the trekking peaks in Nepal, the Mera Peak of 6,476 metres in the Everest region is the highest. From the early days of its climbing, this peak has been best for beginner mountaineers as a perfect peak for over 6000 to get the climbing experience. 

Nepal Mountaineering Association -NMA, has listed Mera Peak as the highest of all trekking peaks. Also, while in comparison, summiting this peak is relatively less arduous and less technical than the other 6000 metres peak. Thus, for first-time climbers, who wish to begin mountaineering as a career, Mera Peak is the best to start the journey.

Unlike other climbing peaks in the Everest region, Mera Peak has a long history back to the time of Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay, the first successful Everest summiteers. These legends climbed Mera Peak before and after summiting Everest. Since then, people summiting Everest pick this peak as a preparation climb for Everest summit. The charm of this peak has always been top and is growing each day.

Situated on the highest end of the Mahalangur Range, Mera Peak comprises three primary peaks. These are Mera North at 6,475 metres, Mera Central at 6,476 metres, and Mera South at 6,065 metres. The whole landscape of Mera Peak lies to the far north of Khumbu Valley. 

So what makes this peak one of the best choices among aspiring climbers across the world? First, the occasional technical experiences needed to summit this peak allows every physically and mentally prepared climber to summit it. Second, the majestic landscape of the Everest region is best visible from its top. The panoramic view of Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Kanchenjunga, and Makalu inspires every climber on the top. 

With the dream of summiting Everest one day, the aspiring climbers tighten their crampon laces to summit Mera Peak every year. The technical section and the climbing of this peak make it a perfect hub for amateur climbers. Here, they'll learn the ideas to put crampons, techniques to use ice axes, and crucial mountaineering gears. People consider climbing as just reaching the top and descending back safely. What matters the most is the learning experience you gather from each peak ascent and descent. Once you get all the ideas, you'll be the master at climbing peaks and summiting mountains later. Mera Peak climbing and expedition give you a strong foundation for mountaineering. 

Let World Expedition Nepal be your expedition partner for Mera Peak expedition 2022 in Autumn. We'll make sure that you'll be 100% safe and summit Mera Peak successfully. Our expert Sherpa guides and Climbing guides will assist you throughout this expedition. We guarantee that you'll never miss a single prominent attribute of Khumbu. 

But, there are certain things you should know before opting to book a Mera Peak climbing expedition. 

The following detailed information gives you a brief idea of the Accommodation, Itinerary, best time in the year, climbing route for Mera Peak, and many more. Go through this precisely prepared article and feel free to reach us. 

Mera Peak Expedition and Climbing Routes

World Expedition Nepal runs Mera Peak climbing and expedition for 19 days. For refreshments, if you wish for a Kathmandu sightseeing tour, we'll arrange it for you. 

To begin Mea Peak climbing and expedition, we'll take a Kathmandu Lukla flight for 40 minutes. Our guides will provide you with constant care and guidance from the first day. From Lukla, we'll hike to Chhuthang overnight. 

From Chhuthang, along Zatrawala Pass, we'll hike to Thuki Kharka at 4,300 metres. The following day's hike ascends to Kothe, Tangnak at 4,360 metres. Waking up the next day at Khare at 5,100 metres would be a joy to watch the glittering sun over the mountains. Also, the first glances of Mera Peak appear from Khare. Before setting out for Mera Peak base camp, we'll stay another day at Khare for acclimatisation. 

After proper preparations and rest, we'll ascend to Mera High at 5,700 metres and then push for Mera Peak summit at 6,476 metres. 

The summit day would be tiring for you. We'll make a gradual descent to Khare overnight. Then we'll head back to Lukla along the trail to Lukla from Mera Peak the next day. You'll have the best night at Lukla before flying to Kathmandu. The scenic flight back to Kathmandu from Lukla would be the final to catch glimpses of the Khumbu mountains. 

Mera Peak Climbing and Expedition - Difficulty

The Mera Peak expedition route is almost 125 km in length. Above 4,000 metres of this trail, it becomes more rugged, snowy, and steep. On top, you'll be climbing the peak. Thus, it won't be comfortable for you to hike, climb, summit, and complete this expedition. 

You may find two different Mera Peak Climbing routes if you google the itinerary. The itinerary we give you is on the latest route. Compared to the old trail, the new Mera Peak trail is somewhat less strenuous than the previous one. 

Altitude Sickness in Mera Peak climbing and expedition

There's a possibility that you'll develop the symptoms of altitude sickness in the Mera Peak expedition. Altitude sickness is due to a lack of oxygen above 3,500 metres. The symptoms include headaches, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, etc. 

Mera Peak above 6,400 metres is a likely place for developing altitude sickness. But the gradual hike and acclimatisation prepare you to adapt to the high altitude environment. 

Our Sherpa guides and Climbing guides do have medical knowledge. They will provide you with medicines to prevent the AMS. If the situation worsens, you'll get helicopter evacuation also. 

Best time for Mera Peak Climbing and Expedition

Mera Peak climbing and expedition occurs during Spring and Autumn. The crystal clear sky, snow-filled landscape, and rain-free days make these two seasons the best time for this expedition. While climbing the peak, there has to be no snowfall, and the temperature has to be stable. Thus, all these conditions are best in March-May and September-November. 

Summer and winter are harsh due to frequent rainfall and snowfall. Thus, these two seasons are not suitable for the Mera Peak climb. 

Physical fitness and high altitude trekking experience

Even if you don't need technical knowledge for Mera Peak climbing, you must have some physical fitness. It is the minimum need for you to complete this expedition without any issues. 

Prepare yourself with fitness and hiking training if you don't have any. Gym, hiking, and mini-marathons are the best exercises to prepare yourself for this expedition. If you have any high-altitude trekking experience, it would be great. 

For better preparations, follow these exercise routines for two to three months before heading to Nepal for climbing. 

Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary

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Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you'll be transferred to your hotel. Take some time to rest and explore the city's cultural and historical attractions. The next day, meet your trekking team for a briefing on safety, equipment, and the itinerary. Prepare for the technical climb and acclimatization needed for Mera Peak, standing at 6,476 meters. Your experienced guide will ensure your safety and assist with any concerns or gear requirements. Embark on the multi-day trek, camping at high-altitude camps along the way. Stay hydrated and acclimatize properly. The climb offers stunning views and a sense of accomplishment. Enjoy the adventure with fitness, determination, and guidance from your team.

Welcome Dinner

Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla, a scenic flight offering breathtaking views. Start trekking towards Chutanga at 3,060 meters, a relatively short 3-4 hour trek from Lukla. Experience the beauty of the Khumbu region, pass through forests and Sherpa villages. Rest in Chutanga, acclimatizing to the altitude. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings, hydrate, and engage in light activities. Take it slow for safety and proper acclimatization. Prepare for the upcoming days of the trek, as you venture towards Mera Peak through stunning landscapes. Embrace the adventure and continue your journey towards reaching the summit.

Tea House (Basic)

Trek from Chutanga to Tuli Kharka at 3,900 meters via the challenging Zatrawa La Pass at 4,610 meters. Ascend through forests with panoramic mountain views. Reach the pass, admire the breathtaking scenery, and descend through rocky terrain and yak pastures. Rest in Tuli Kharka, where basic teahouses provide accommodation. Hydrate, acclimatize, and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Reflect on your journey so far and prepare for the upcoming days. Embrace the challenges and rewards of the Mera Peak climbing expedition.

Tea House (Basic)

Trek from Tuli Kharka to Kothe at 4,095 meters. Descend through lush rhododendron forests, following the Hinku River. Enjoy stunning views of snow-capped peaks and encounter Sherpa settlements. Rest in Kothe, surrounded by tranquility. Acclimatize, recharge, and appreciate the scenic beauty. Prepare for the next stage of your Mera Peak climbing expedition.

Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Trek from Kothe to Thangnak at 4,350 meters. Enjoy stunning views as you ascend through remote valleys. Witness the majestic Hinku Nup Glacier. Rest and acclimatize in Thangnak's serene surroundings. Explore nearby glacial lakes. Reflect on your progress and prepare for the challenges ahead. Each step brings you closer to conquering Mera Peak.

Tea House (Basic)

Trek from Thangnak to Khare at 5,054m. Enjoy stunning views of the Hinku Nup Glacier. Ascend through rocky terrain and moraines. Arrive at the Mera Peak base camp. Rest and acclimate in Khare. Prepare for the summit push. Seek guidance from your guide. Soak in the mountain beauty. Feel the excitement for the upcoming climb.

Tea House (Basic)

Rest and acclimatization are crucial at Khare. Take this day to relax, engage in light activities, and allow your body to adjust to the high altitude. Stay hydrated, enjoy nourishing meals, and review your climbing gear. Your guide will assess your readiness for the summit push. Mentally prepare, cultivate a positive mindset, and adhere to safety protocols. Communicate any discomfort to your guide. This rest day maximizes your chances of a safe and successful climb.

Tea House (Basic)

Trek from Khare to High Camp (5,790m), getting closer to the summit of Mera Peak. Ascend through rugged terrain, using crampons and following your guide's instructions. Rest, refuel, and mentally prepare at High Camp. Enjoy breathtaking views of surrounding peaks. Briefing on summit plan. Finalize equipment, stay focused, and trust your abilities. Embrace the challenges and prepare for the exhilarating final push to the top.

Tent Camp

From High Camp, begin the final leg of your journey towards the summit of Mera Peak at 6,476 meters. The climb is challenging but rewarding, testing your endurance and mental fortitude.

Start early in the morning, navigating through snow and ice, following a well-defined route. The ascent becomes steeper, and the thin air requires careful pacing and deep breaths.

As you climb higher, the panoramic views of surrounding peaks become even more awe-inspiring, including Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu.

Your experienced guide will lead the way, ensuring safety and providing guidance. Follow their instructions as you navigate crevasses and icy slopes, sometimes requiring the use of ropes and harnesses.

After hours of effort, reach the summit of Mera Peak and relish the moment of triumph. Take in the breathtaking 360-degree views of the Himalayan giants.

Descend safely with your guide to High Camp, where you can rest, rehydrate, and celebrate your accomplishment.

Continue the descent back to Khare, reflecting on the journey and relishing the memories and challenges overcome.

In Khare, rest, recover, and share stories with fellow climbers. Appreciate the serene mountain environment as you prepare for the final stages of your adventure.

Completing the summit and returning safely to Khare is a remarkable achievement, a testament to your strength and the guidance of your team.

Take pride in this accomplishment and embrace the profound sense of fulfillment. Remember to prioritize safety, follow your guide's instructions, and maintain a positive mindset.

Savor the memories of this incredible journey as you conclude your Mera Peak expedition.


A contingency day is crucial for your Mera Peak expedition. It provides flexibility in case of bad weather or unforeseen circumstances. During this day, stay prepared and monitor weather updates with your guide. Use the time for rest, reflection, and light activities. Safety is paramount, and decisions will be made based on expert advice. Embrace the opportunity to recharge and maintain a positive mindset. Trust that the mountain will present the right conditions for a successful summit. Your safety is prioritized, ensuring a memorable experience

Tea House (Basic)

Trekking from Khare to Kothe takes you through breathtaking Himalayan landscapes. Descend through rocky terrain, witnessing the transition from alpine landscapes to lush forests and valleys. Interact with locals, enjoy the warmth of their hospitality, and learn about their way of life. Reflect on your Mera Peak journey and relish the memories. Upon reaching Kothe, celebrate your accomplishment, rest in cozy teahouses, and immerse yourself in the tranquility of the surroundings. Appreciate the personal growth and fulfillment brought by this remarkable adventure.

Tea House (Basic)

Embark on a captivating trek from Kothe to Tuli Kharka, passing through the mesmerizing Zatrawa La Pass. This segment of the journey presents an opportunity to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Himalayas and experience the thrill of crossing a high mountain pass.

Leaving Kothe, the trail meanders through lush forests and picturesque valleys, offering a refreshing change from the higher altitudes. As you ascend towards Zatrawa La Pass, the terrain becomes more rugged, and the vistas become increasingly panoramic.

The climb to Zatrawa La Pass requires determination and perseverance, as you navigate steep and challenging sections. However, the effort is rewarded with awe-inspiring views of snow-capped peaks and the surrounding landscape stretching out before you.

Crossing the pass marks a significant milestone in your trek, and a sense of accomplishment fills the air. Take a moment to soak in the majestic scenery and appreciate the grandeur of the mountains that surround you.

From Zatrawa La Pass, the trail descends towards Tuli Kharka, winding through rolling hills and verdant meadows. The tranquility of the surroundings creates a serene atmosphere, allowing you to connect with nature and find solace in the peacefulness of the mountains.

As you approach Tuli Kharka, the charming village welcomes you with its warm hospitality. Interact with the locals, learn about their way of life, and immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the region.

Tuli Kharka offers comfortable accommodations and a perfect setting to rejuvenate and recharge. Take the opportunity to rest, reflect on your journey, and appreciate the remarkable landscapes and experiences you've encountered along the way.

With each step from Kothe to Tuli Kharka, you'll witness the captivating transformation of the terrain, from lush forests to rugged mountain passes. Embrace the challenges, cherish the beauty, and let the mountains leave an indelible mark on your heart.

Tea House (Basic)

The trek from Tuli Kharka to Lukla marks the final leg of your remarkable journey through the Himalayas. This part of the expedition allows you to retrace your steps, reflecting on the memories and accomplishments of your trek while making your way back to civilization.

Leaving Tuli Kharka, the trail descends through scenic landscapes, passing by charming villages and terraced fields. You'll encounter friendly locals along the way, providing an opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and exchange stories of your adventure.

As you trek further, the familiar sights and sounds of the mountains gradually give way to a more bustling atmosphere. The trail becomes wider, and you'll notice an increase in fellow trekkers, porters, and locals going about their daily lives.

The journey from Tuli Kharka to Lukla offers a chance to appreciate the natural beauty that surrounds you one last time. Soak in the breathtaking vistas of lush valleys, cascading waterfalls, and majestic peaks, etching these final memories into your mind.

Upon reaching Lukla, a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment will wash over you. Celebrate the completion of your trek and take a moment to reflect on the incredible experiences and personal growth you've gained along the way.

Lukla serves as a vibrant hub, bustling with energy and excitement. You'll find various amenities, cozy lodges, and vibrant cafes to relax and share stories with fellow trekkers. Enjoy the warm hospitality and vibrant atmosphere as you bid farewell to the mountains.

As you conclude your trek in Lukla, take a moment to appreciate the journey you've undertaken and the challenges you've overcome. Let the memories of your adventure stay with you as you transition back to the comforts of modern life.

The trek from Tuli Kharka to Lukla encompasses the culmination of your incredible Himalayan expedition. Embrace the sense of accomplishment, savor the final moments in the mountains, and cherish the lasting memories of this transformative journey.

Tea House (Basic)

After completing your trek, you'll bid farewell to Lukla and embark on a scenic flight back to Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. This exhilarating mountain flight offers stunning aerial views of the Himalayan landscapes, providing a fitting conclusion to your adventure.

Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you'll be greeted by the bustling energy of the city. Your guide or travel agency representative will be there to assist you and arrange for your transfer to your hotel.

The drive from the airport to your hotel gives you a glimpse of Kathmandu's vibrant culture, bustling streets, and historic landmarks. Take in the sights and sounds as you make your way to your accommodation, where you can relax and unwind after your trek.

Your hotel in Kathmandu will provide a comfortable and welcoming environment, allowing you to rest and rejuvenate. Take the opportunity to freshen up and reflect on your journey through the majestic Himalayas.

In Kathmandu, you can explore the city's rich cultural heritage, visit ancient temples and monasteries, and indulge in local cuisine. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere and experience the unique blend of tradition and modernity that defines Kathmandu.

As you settle into your hotel, take some time to organize your belongings and relish the memories of your trek. Capture the moments in photographs and journal entries, preserving the essence of your incredible adventure.

The transfer from Lukla to Kathmandu and the subsequent arrival at your hotel marks the end of your trekking expedition. Embrace the transition back to urban life, appreciate the comforts and conveniences, and cherish the experiences that have shaped you during your time in the Himalayas.

Congratulations on completing your trek and reaching Kathmandu. May the memories of your journey stay with you as you continue to explore and embrace new adventures in the future.


Kathmandu Valley is a treasure trove of cultural and historical wonders, offering a plethora of sights to explore. From ancient temples and palaces to vibrant marketplaces and serene gardens, the valley presents a captivating blend of tradition and modernity.

Here are some must-visit attractions for sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley:

Kathmandu Durbar Square: This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to several palaces, temples, and courtyards that showcase exquisite architecture and intricate woodwork. The Hanuman Dhoka Palace, Kumari Chowk, and Taleju Temple are notable highlights.

Swayambhunath Stupa: Also known as the Monkey Temple, Swayambhunath is one of the most sacred Buddhist sites in Nepal. Climb the steps to reach the stupa and enjoy panoramic views of the city. Observe the prayer flags fluttering in the breeze and encounter mischievous monkeys along the way.

Boudhanath Stupa: The largest stupa in Nepal, Boudhanath is an important pilgrimage site for Buddhists. The white dome and colorful prayer flags create a serene and spiritual atmosphere. Circumambulate the stupa with devotees, spin prayer wheels, and visit nearby monasteries.

Pashupatinath Temple: Situated on the banks of the Bagmati River, Pashupatinath is a sacred Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Witness ancient rituals, cremation ceremonies, and sadhus (holy men) meditating by the river. Respect the cultural traditions and spirituality of the site.

Patan Durbar Square: Located in the city of Lalitpur, Patan Durbar Square is renowned for its fine Newari architecture. Marvel at the intricate carvings, royal palace, temples, and courtyards. The Patan Museum within the square offers a glimpse into the region's rich cultural heritage.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square: Step back in time as you explore the medieval city of Bhaktapur. The Durbar Square is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, featuring well-preserved temples, palaces, and statues. Discover the famous Nyatapola Temple, the Golden Gate, and the 55 Window Palace.

Garden of Dreams: Seek tranquility amidst the hustle and bustle of the city at the Garden of Dreams. This neo-classical garden provides a peaceful retreat with beautifully landscaped lawns, pavilions, and fountains. Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee at the café within the premises.

Thamel: Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Thamel, the tourist hub of Kathmandu. Explore narrow streets filled with shops, restaurants, and bars offering a wide range of goods and services. Shop for handicrafts, souvenirs, and traditional Nepali attire.

Remember to respect the cultural norms and traditions when visiting religious sites. Take your time to absorb the rich heritage and immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Kathmandu Valley.

all meals during trek including tea and coffee 

As your adventure in Kathmandu comes to an end, it's time to make your way to the international airport for your final departure.

Here's what you can expect during this process:

Check-out from your hotel: Ensure that you settle any outstanding bills and check-out of your hotel in accordance with their procedures. If you have any luggage storage needs, coordinate with the hotel staff for assistance.

Transportation to the airport: Arrange for a reliable mode of transportation to the international airport. This could be a pre-arranged airport transfer service, a taxi, or a shuttle service. Leave with ample time considering the traffic conditions and the distance to the airport.

Airport procedures: Upon arrival at the airport, proceed to the departure terminal. Locate the check-in counters of your airline. Have your passport, travel documents, and flight details readily available. Check-in your luggage and receive your boarding pass.

Security and immigration: After check-in, you will go through security checks, which involve screening your carry-on luggage and personal belongings. Following that, proceed to the immigration counters for exit formalities. Have your passport and departure card ready for inspection.

Departure lounge: Once you clear immigration, you will enter the departure lounge. This area offers various facilities such as duty-free shops, restaurants, and lounges. Take this time to relax, have a meal, or shop for any last-minute souvenirs.

Boarding the flight: Keep an eye on the flight information displays for boarding announcements. Proceed to the designated boarding gate at the specified time. Have your boarding pass and identification ready for verification. Follow the instructions of the airport staff to board your flight.

Final departure: Once onboard, settle into your seat and prepare for your journey back home or to your next destination. Listen to the safety instructions provided by the cabin crew. Enjoy your flight and take in the memories of your incredible time in Nepal.

Remember to arrive at the airport with sufficient time before your flight, as recommended by your airline. This will allow for a smooth departure process and minimize any potential stress. Take a moment to bid farewell to the captivating beauty of Nepal and cherish the experiences you've had during your visit.


Service Includes on Cost

The cost of a Mera Peak climbing expedition can vary depending on several factors, including the duration of the trip, the level of services and support provided, the size of the climbing group, and the specific inclusions and exclusions of the package. However, here are some common inclusions you may find when considering the cost of a Mera Peak climbing expedition:

  • Climbing permits and necessary permits for the expedition.
  • Airport transfers between Kathmandu International Airport and your hotel.
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu before and after the climb.
  • Domestic flights between Kathmandu and Lukla (the starting point of the trek).
  • Experienced and certified climbing guides and support staff.
  • Tented accommodation during the trek and climb, including dining and kitchen tents.
  • Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek and climb.
  • High-quality camping equipment, including tents, sleeping bags, and mattresses.
  • Climbing equipment such as crampons, harness, ice axe, ropes, and helmets.
  • Safety equipment like a first aid kit, oxygen cylinders, and a satellite phone.
  • Sherpa support for carrying equipment and supplies during the climb.
  • Insurance coverage for guides and support staff.
  • Trekking and climbing permits, fees, and taxes.

Service Excludes on Cost

  • International flights to and from Nepal.
  • Travel insurance covering trip cancellation, medical expenses, and emergency evacuation.
  • Visa fees for Nepal.
  • Personal climbing and trekking gear, including clothing, boots, and backpacks.
  • Meals and drinks in Kathmandu (excluding breakfast).
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, internet, phone calls, and alcoholic beverages.
  • Extra nights' accommodation in Kathmandu in case of flight delays or cancellations.
  • Tips and gratuities for guides, porters, and support staff.
  • Any additional activities, sightseeing tours, or excursions not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Filming permits, camera fees, and drone permits (if applicable).
  • Internet services during the trek.
  • Extra porter charges, if requested.
  • Summit bonus for climbing Sherpa.
  • Tips for base camp and other staff.

It's essential to carefully review the details of any climbing package you consider and clarify with the trekking company or expedition organizer regarding the specific inclusions and exclusions. This will help you accurately assess the total cost and plan your budget accordingly.

Mera Peak Climbing Altitude Profile

Additional Information

Mera Peak Climbing in Autumn 2023 and Spring 2024

We, World Expedition Nepal, employ IFMGA certified climbing guides and sherpa for every expedition we run. Also, we design every expedition with precise logistics and acclimatisation. 

World Expedition Nepal is running (expedition) for Autumn 2023 and Spring 2024. After a long Covid pandemic, climbers from different countries are making their inquiries about expeditions in Nepal. So, we are receiving inquiries for trekking, peak climbings, and mountain expeditions. We are overwhelmed with the inquiries we are receiving at this time. Also, most climbers who make inquiries with us are reserving their seats for (expedition) in Autumn 2023 and for Spring 2024. 

We operate every expedition with a fixed number of clients. Thus, we encourage you to reserve your seat before it fills out. We are ready to take you to (expedition) for Autumn 2023 and Spring 2024. Are you ready?

When preparing for a Mera Peak climbing expedition, it is crucial to have the necessary gear and equipment to ensure your safety and comfort in the challenging mountain environment. Here is a general gear checklist for Mera Peak climbing:


  • Base layer (thermal tops and bottoms)
  • Insulating layers (fleece or down jacket)
  • Waterproof and breathable shell jacket
  • Waterproof and breathable shell pants
  • Trekking pants
  • Trekking shorts
  • Long-sleeved shirts
  • T-shirts
  • Warm hat
  • Sun hat or cap
  • Gloves (lightweight and warm)
  • Socks (wool or synthetic)
  • Hiking boots
  • Gaiters
  • Sunglasses with UV protection

Climbing Gear:

  • Mountaineering boots (compatible with crampons)
  • Crampons
  • Ice axe
  • Climbing harness
  • Climbing helmet
  • Climbing rope
  • Ascender or Jumar
  • Carabiners
  • Prusik cords
  • Trekking poles

Sleeping Gear:

  • Sleeping bag (warm, down or synthetic, suitable for high altitude)
  • Sleeping pad or mattress
  • Pillow (optional)

Backpack and Bags:

  • Backpack (40-50 liters capacity)
  • Daypack (small backpack for daily essentials)
  • Duffel bag or trekking bag (for porters to carry your gear)

Other Essential Gear:

  • Headlamp with extra batteries
  • Water bottles or hydration system
  • Water purification tablets or filter
  • Snacks and energy bars
  • Sunscreen (high SPF)
  • Lip balm with SPF
  • Personal toiletries and medications
  • First aid kit
  • Trekking towel
  • Trekking poles
  • Camera or smartphone for capturing memories

Optional Gear:

  • Portable solar charger
  • Portable power bank
  • Travel adapter
  • Dry bags or waterproof bags
  • Trekking umbrella
  • Personal entertainment (books, music, etc.)

It is essential to consult with your expedition operator or guide for a comprehensive gear checklist tailored to your specific climbing itinerary and season. They can provide guidance based on the expected weather conditions and technical requirements of the climb. Additionally, ensure that your gear is of good quality, well-maintained, and tested before the expedition to ensure its reliability.

Mera Peak Climbing is a popular adventure activity in the Everest region of Nepal. While the peak itself is challenging to climb, the communication facilities in the area have improved over the years to accommodate the needs of climbers and trekkers.

Here are the communication facilities you can expect during your Mera Peak Climbing expedition:

Mobile Phone Coverage: Mobile phone coverage has expanded in the Everest region, including the areas around Mera Peak. However, it is important to note that the coverage can be limited and unreliable at higher altitudes. Major telecommunication service providers in Nepal, such as Ncell and Nepal Telecom, have extended their network to some parts of the region. It is advisable to check with your service provider regarding international roaming facilities and coverage availability.

Satellite Phones: Due to the inconsistent mobile phone coverage at higher altitudes, climbers often rely on satellite phones for communication during Mera Peak Climbing. Satellite phones provide a more reliable means of communication and can be rented or purchased before your expedition. It is recommended to consult with your trekking agency or guide about satellite phone rental options and the associated costs.

Internet Cafes and Wi-Fi: In the lower elevations of the Everest region, such as Lukla and Namche Bazaar, there are internet cafes and lodges offering Wi-Fi facilities. These places allow climbers to access the internet and communicate with their loved ones through social media, email, or messaging apps. However, as you ascend to higher altitudes towards Mera Peak, the availability of Wi-Fi becomes scarce or non-existent.

VHF Radio: During climbing expeditions, mountaineering teams and guides often use VHF (Very High Frequency) radios for communication. VHF radios provide a reliable means of communication between team members and with the base camp. It is essential to have trained personnel who know how to operate VHF radios and are familiar with the frequency channels used for climbing activities.

Communication at Base Camp: Mera Peak Base Camp usually has some communication facilities set up by expedition teams. These may include a base camp office equipped with radios, satellite phones, and sometimes even internet access. However, it is crucial to note that the availability and reliability of such facilities can vary depending on the specific expedition and the resources provided by the organizing team.

Emergency Communication: In case of emergencies, there are rescue and evacuation services available in the Everest region. These services often have dedicated communication channels to coordinate rescue operations. Local rescue organizations and helicopter companies are equipped with the necessary communication systems to respond to emergency situations promptly.

Remember, while communication facilities have improved, it is important to be prepared for the possibility of limited connectivity, especially at higher altitudes. It is advisable to have alternative means of communication, such as satellite phones or radios, and to inform your loved ones about potential communication challenges during your Mera Peak Climbing expedition.

World Expedition Nepal is committed to providing a team of motivated and friendly climbing members to enhance your climbing experience. Our team members are not only skilled and experienced climbers but also dedicated to creating a positive and supportive environment throughout your journey.

Here are some qualities you can expect from our climbing team members:

Expertise: Our climbing team comprises highly skilled and trained professionals who have extensive experience in mountaineering and climbing in the Nepalese Himalayas. They possess the technical knowledge and expertise necessary to guide you safely and efficiently during your expedition.

Motivation: Our team members are passionate about mountaineering and have a genuine enthusiasm for sharing their love for the mountains with others. They are driven to help you achieve your goals and will motivate and inspire you throughout the climbing journey, particularly during challenging moments.

Friendliness: We understand the importance of a friendly and supportive team environment during a climbing expedition. Our team members are approachable, warm, and friendly, fostering a positive group dynamic. They prioritize creating a welcoming atmosphere where climbers can feel comfortable, build camaraderie, and support one another.

Safety: Safety is paramount during any climbing expedition, and our team members are highly trained in risk management and emergency protocols. They prioritize your well-being and will ensure that proper safety measures are in place throughout the journey. You can trust in their expertise and judgment to make informed decisions for the safety of the entire team.

Cultural Sensitivity: Nepal is a culturally rich and diverse country, and our team members have a deep respect and appreciation for the local culture and traditions. They will guide you with cultural sensitivity, sharing insights and knowledge about the local communities and customs you encounter during the expedition.

Communication: Effective communication is key to a successful climbing expedition, and our team members understand its importance. They will maintain open and transparent communication, keeping you informed about the progress, challenges, and any necessary adjustments to the itinerary. They will also be attentive listeners, ensuring that your questions, concerns, and feedback are heard and addressed.

At World Expedition Nepal, we believe that a motivated and friendly climbing team can significantly enhance your overall experience. Our team members are dedicated to providing exceptional support, guidance, and encouragement, ensuring that your Mera Peak Climbing expedition is not only successful but also an unforgettable adventure filled with camaraderie and shared accomplishments.

Mera Peak, standing at an impressive height of 6,476 meters (21,247 feet), offers more than just a thrilling climbing experience. The region surrounding Mera Peak holds its fair share of hidden treasures that make the journey even more special.

Here are some hidden treasures you might discover during your Mera Peak adventure:

Scenic Beauty: Mera Peak is located in the remote and pristine Hinku Valley, which boasts breathtaking natural beauty. As you trek through the region, you'll encounter picturesque landscapes, including dense forests, meandering rivers, cascading waterfalls, and stunning alpine scenery. The beauty of the Hinku Valley is a hidden treasure that will leave you awe-inspired.

Unique Flora and Fauna: The Hinku Valley is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, making it a hidden treasure for nature enthusiasts. As you hike through the region, you may encounter various species of colorful rhododendrons, magnolias, and other alpine flowers. Keep an eye out for wildlife such as musk deer, Himalayan tahr, and various species of birds like the Himalayan Monal and Danphe.

Sherpa Culture and Hospitality: The Sherpa people, renowned for their mountaineering skills and warm hospitality, are the local inhabitants of the Everest region, including the Mera Peak area. Their rich culture, traditions, and way of life are hidden treasures waiting to be explored. Interacting with the Sherpa community, visiting monasteries, and experiencing their warm hospitality can be a truly enriching experience.

Remote Himalayan Villages: Along the Mera Peak trekking route, you'll come across several remote Himalayan villages that offer a glimpse into the traditional mountain lifestyle. These villages, such as Khare, Tangnag, and Thangnak, are hidden gems that allow you to witness the simplicity and resilience of the local communities living in harmony with nature.

Majestic Mountain Views: The highlight of any Mera Peak climbing expedition is undoubtedly the panoramic views of the surrounding mountain peaks. From the summit of Mera Peak, you'll be rewarded with breathtaking vistas of the Himalayan giants, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Cho Oyu, and many more. These awe-inspiring views are the hidden treasure that awaits you at the top.

Serenity and Solitude: Unlike the crowded trails of the Everest Base Camp trek, the Mera Peak region offers a quieter and more serene experience. The relatively untouched nature of the area ensures that you can enjoy the tranquility and solitude of the mountains, immersing yourself in the peacefulness of the surroundings.

Mera Peak and its surrounding region offer a range of hidden treasures that go beyond the physical challenge of climbing. It's an opportunity to explore the natural beauty, cultural richness, and spiritual serenity that make the journey truly extraordinary.

Mera Peak, located in the Everest region of Nepal, has a rich climbing history that dates back several decades.

Here is an overview of the key milestones and notable events in the history of Mera Peak climbing:

1961: Mera Peak's First Ascent - On May 20, 1961, Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing became the first climbers to successfully summit Mera Peak. They accomplished this feat as part of a British reconnaissance expedition to the region.

1975: Opening of the Region - The Hinku Valley, where Mera Peak is situated, was officially opened for trekking and mountaineering activities. This allowed more climbers to explore the region and attempt the ascent of Mera Peak.

1986: Mera Peak's West Face Route - In October 1986, Marcel Jolly and Michel Piola completed the first ascent of Mera Peak's challenging West Face. This route presents a more technical and demanding climb compared to the standard route.

1991: Mera Peak's Highest Point - In 1991, Ang Rita Sherpa reached the highest point on Mera Peak, known as Mera Central, which stands at an elevation of 6,476 meters (21,247 feet). This record for the highest point on Mera Peak still stands today.

1993: Mera Peak's Northern Approach - In April 1993, Sherpa climbers Mingma Tshering and Lama Dorje Sherpa pioneered a new route on the northern side of Mera Peak. This approach, known as the Mera North Route, provides an alternative to the standard route and offers climbers a different perspective of the mountain.

Recent Years: Increasing Popularity - In recent years, Mera Peak has gained popularity among climbers and trekkers seeking a challenging adventure in the Everest region. Its accessibility, combined with the stunning views and sense of accomplishment, has attracted mountaineers from around the world.

Today, Mera Peak continues to be a popular destination for climbers looking to test their skills and experience the thrill of summiting a Himalayan peak. It offers a combination of technical climbing, stunning scenery, and a sense of adventure that appeals to both experienced mountaineers and aspiring climbers. The rich climbing history of Mera Peak adds to its allure and serves as an inspiration for those embarking on the journey to conquer its summit.

Safety is of utmost importance during Mera Peak climbing, and proper gear is essential to ensure a safe and successful expedition.

Here are some key aspects of safety and the necessary gear for Mera Peak climbing:

Physical Fitness: Before attempting Mera Peak climbing, it is crucial to ensure that you have a good level of physical fitness. Regular cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and endurance building activities will help prepare your body for the demands of high-altitude climbing.

Experienced Guide and Support Team: Engaging a licensed and experienced guide is highly recommended for Mera Peak climbing. They possess the necessary knowledge of the route, weather conditions, and safety protocols. They will also be equipped to handle emergencies and provide guidance throughout the journey. A support team, including Sherpa climbers, will assist in carrying equipment, setting up camps, and ensuring the overall safety of the group.

Climbing Permits and Insurance: Obtain the required climbing permits from the appropriate authorities in Nepal. These permits ensure that you are legally allowed to climb Mera Peak. Additionally, it is essential to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers mountaineering activities, including evacuation and medical expenses in case of emergencies.

Proper Climbing Gear:

Mountaineering Boots: Sturdy, waterproof, and insulated boots with a good grip are essential for climbing Mera Peak. Make sure they are well broken-in before the expedition.

Crampons: Attachable metal spikes that fit onto your boots, providing traction on icy surfaces. They are crucial for traversing glaciers and steep slopes.

Ice Axe: A specialized tool used for self-arresting in case of a fall and for additional stability while ascending or descending on snow or ice.

Harness: A climbing harness that fits properly and can be worn over multiple layers of clothing. It is essential for safety during roped sections or on steep terrain.

Helmet: Protects your head from falling debris or potential impacts during climbing.

Ropes and Carabiners: Necessary for roped sections and fixed lines on steep or technical sections of the climb.

Layers of Clothing: A combination of base layers, insulating layers, and waterproof outer layers to accommodate changing weather conditions and varying altitudes.

Sleeping Bag and Sleeping Pad: Warm, high-quality sleeping bag rated for sub-zero temperatures and a comfortable sleeping pad for insulation and cushioning.

Backpack: A sturdy backpack to carry your personal gear and supplies during the climb.

Navigation and Communication Devices: A map, compass, GPS device, and/or altimeter watch to assist with navigation. A reliable headlamp and spare batteries for visibility during early morning starts or in low-light conditions.

First Aid Kit: Carry a well-stocked first aid kit with essential supplies for minor injuries, along with any personal medications you may require.

Acclimatization and Altitude Considerations: Proper acclimatization is crucial to mitigate the risks of altitude-related illnesses. Plan your itinerary with gradual altitude gains and scheduled rest days to allow your body to adjust to higher elevations. Stay well-hydrated, eat nutritious meals, and follow the guidance of your guide regarding acclimatization practices.

Remember, safety should always be prioritized during Mera Peak climbing. Ensure you are well-prepared, physically fit, and equipped with the necessary gear to make your climbing expedition a safe and memorable experience. Consulting with experienced climbers, mountaineering organizations, or your trekking agency can provide additional insights and guidance specific to your Mera Peak climbing adventure.

Mera Peak climbing is considered a challenging endeavor, suitable for experienced trekkers and climbers. It requires a good level of physical fitness, mountaineering skills, and the ability to handle high altitude.

Here are some factors that contribute to the difficulty level of Mera Peak climbing:

Altitude: Mera Peak reaches an elevation of 6,476 meters (21,247 feet), making it a high-altitude climb. As you ascend, the air becomes thinner, which can lead to altitude-related challenges such as altitude sickness, reduced oxygen levels, and increased fatigue. Proper acclimatization and gradual ascent are crucial to mitigate the risks associated with high altitude.

Technical Skills: While Mera Peak is technically less challenging compared to some other peaks in the region, it still requires basic mountaineering skills. You should have experience in using crampons, ice axes, and ascending fixed ropes. Additionally, navigating through glaciers and negotiating steep slopes may be required. Familiarity with rope techniques and crevasse rescue skills is advantageous.

Weather and Climatic Conditions: The Everest region, including Mera Peak, experiences extreme weather conditions, especially at higher altitudes. The temperatures can drop significantly, reaching well below freezing, and weather conditions can change rapidly. You may encounter strong winds, snowfall, and low visibility. It is important to be prepared for varying weather conditions and have the necessary gear to handle such challenges.

Physical Fitness and Endurance: Mera Peak climbing involves several days of trekking and strenuous uphill hiking, often on rugged and uneven terrain. You will need to carry a backpack with your personal gear, which adds to the physical demand. Prior physical fitness training and endurance-building exercises are recommended to prepare your body for the rigors of the climb.

Remote and Isolated Location: The Mera Peak region is relatively remote and less developed compared to other popular trekking areas in Nepal. Facilities such as accommodations, communication, and medical services are limited, particularly as you ascend to higher altitudes. The remoteness and lack of infrastructure can pose additional challenges and require self-sufficiency during the expedition.

Duration and Logistics: Mera Peak climbing typically takes around 17-20 days, including the trek to and from Lukla, acclimatization days, and the actual climb. The length of the expedition and the logistics involved, including food, accommodations, and equipment, require careful planning and coordination.

It is important to note that while Mera Peak climbing is challenging, it is achievable with proper preparation, training, and the guidance of experienced climbers or a reputable trekking agency. Assessing your own skills, physical fitness, and comfort level with high altitude is crucial before attempting the climb. Consulting with professionals and undertaking thorough research will help you understand the difficulty level and make an informed decision about embarking on the Mera Peak climbing adventure.

When undertaking Mera Peak climbing in Nepal, climbers are required to follow the rules and regulations set by the Nepalese government and the concerned authorities.

Here are some of the key rules and regulations that climbers need to adhere to:

Climbing Permits: Climbers must obtain climbing permits from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) or the authorized government agencies. Mera Peak falls under the "Group 'B' Trekking Peaks" category, and climbers must obtain the necessary permits for climbing the peak.

Licensed Guide: Climbing Mera Peak requires climbers to be accompanied by a licensed guide. The guide ensures safety, proper route navigation, and adherence to the rules and regulations. They also provide valuable support and assistance throughout the expedition.

TIMS Card: Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card is required for all trekkers in Nepal, including those climbing Mera Peak. This card helps in recording and maintaining trekkers' details and contributes to the overall safety and management of treks.

Conservation Area Permit: Mera Peak is located within the Makalu Barun National Park and Buffer Zone. Climbers need to obtain the necessary Conservation Area Permit (CAP) for entry into the park. The CAP fee contributes to the conservation and preservation of the natural environment.

Environmental Regulations: Climbers are expected to adhere to environmental regulations and practice responsible trekking and climbing. This includes carrying out all waste and litter and abiding by guidelines for waste management in designated areas.

Safety and Rescue: Climbers must prioritize safety and follow safety guidelines provided by their guide or agency. In case of emergencies or rescue situations, climbers should contact the appropriate authorities, such as the local police, NMA, or trekking agencies, for assistance.

Cultural Sensitivity: Climbers are expected to respect the local culture, traditions, and customs of the communities they encounter during the expedition. This includes being mindful of local norms, practices, and religious sites.

It is essential to consult with a reputable trekking agency or guide who can provide up-to-date information on the specific rules and regulations applicable to Mera Peak climbing. They will guide you through the permit process, help with necessary registrations, and ensure compliance with the government regulations.

By following the rules and regulations set by the Nepalese government, climbers can contribute to the preservation of the environment, promote sustainable tourism, and ensure a safe and enjoyable climbing experience on Mera Peak.

If World Expedition Nepal organizes Mera Peak climbing adventures and has partnered with Nepal Helicopter Service for emergency situations, then it indicates that World Expedition Nepal has made arrangements with Nepal Helicopter Service for helicopter support during emergencies.

In such cases, if climbers require emergency helicopter assistance during their Mera Peak climbing expedition organized by World Expedition Nepal, they would contact the designated emergency contacts provided by World Expedition Nepal. These emergency contacts would then coordinate with Nepal Helicopter Service to arrange for the necessary helicopter support.

It is important for climbers to familiarize themselves with the specific emergency protocols and contacts provided by World Expedition Nepal before embarking on the Mera Peak climbing adventure. They should understand the procedures for requesting helicopter services and ensure that they have the required insurance coverage to address any potential costs associated with helicopter rescue or evacuation.

For accurate and up-to-date information about the specific arrangements between World Expedition Nepal and Nepal Helicopter Service, it is recommended to directly contact World Expedition Nepal for further details regarding their partnership and the specific services offered during Mera Peak climbing expeditions. They will be able to provide you with the most accurate and comprehensive information based on their arrangements with Nepal Helicopter Service.

To climb Mera Peak in Nepal, climbers need to obtain the necessary permits. Here are the permits required for Mera Peak climbing:

Climbing Permit: The climbing permit for Mera Peak is issued by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Mera Peak falls under the "Group 'B' Trekking Peaks" category, and climbers must obtain a climbing permit specific to Mera Peak from the NMA.

TIMS Card: Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card is required for all trekkers in Nepal, including those climbing Mera Peak. TIMS cards are issued by the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and are designed to ensure the safety and security of trekkers. The TIMS card helps in recording and maintaining trekkers' details, including their trekking routes.

Makalu Barun National Park Permit: Mera Peak is located within the Makalu Barun National Park and Buffer Zone. Climbers need to obtain a Conservation Area Permit (CAP) specifically for the Makalu Barun National Park. The CAP fee contributes to the conservation and preservation of the natural environment in the area.

It is important to note that the permit fees and requirements may vary, and it is advisable to consult with a reputable trekking agency or the Nepal Mountaineering Association for the most up-to-date information regarding permits for Mera Peak climbing. They can assist you in obtaining the necessary permits, guide you through the application process, and provide you with the latest information on permit fees and regulations.

It is essential to ensure that you have obtained the appropriate permits before starting your Mera Peak climbing expedition. Non-compliance with permit regulations can result in penalties and difficulties during the climb. Responsible and ethical climbing includes respecting the regulations and contributing to the preservation of the natural and cultural heritage of the area.

The booking and payment process for Mera Peak climbing can vary depending on the trekking agency or tour operator you choose to work with.

Here are some general steps involved in the booking and payment process:

Research and Choose a Trekking Agency: Conduct thorough research to find a reputable trekking agency that offers Mera Peak climbing expeditions. Look for agencies with experience in organizing mountain expeditions, positive reviews, and knowledgeable guides.

Contact the Trekking Agency: Reach out to the trekking agency through their website, email, or phone to inquire about their Mera Peak climbing packages. Discuss your requirements, expedition dates, and any specific preferences or concerns you may have.

Itinerary Customization: The trekking agency will provide you with a proposed itinerary for the Mera Peak climbing expedition. You can discuss and customize the itinerary based on your preferences, fitness level, and available time. Ensure that the itinerary includes proper acclimatization days and rest days.

Cost and Inclusions: The trekking agency will provide you with the cost of the Mera Peak climbing package. The package cost typically includes services such as climbing permits, accommodation, meals, transportation, guides, and porters. Review the inclusions and exclusions of the package to have a clear understanding of what is covered.

Payment Terms: The trekking agency will inform you about their payment terms and conditions. This may include a deposit payment to confirm your booking and the balance payment before the start of the expedition. Payment methods can vary but commonly include bank transfers or online payment platforms.

Booking Confirmation: Once you have agreed to the itinerary, cost, and payment terms, the trekking agency will provide you with a booking confirmation. This confirmation will outline the details of your Mera Peak climbing expedition, including the dates, services provided, and payment information.

Preparations and Communication: Before the expedition, the trekking agency will provide you with detailed information about necessary gear, physical fitness requirements, packing list, and any other relevant information. They will also be available to answer any questions or concerns you may have leading up to the climb.

It is essential to carefully read and understand the terms and conditions of the trekking agency before making any payments or commitments. Make sure to communicate clearly with the agency throughout the booking process to ensure a smooth and successful Mera Peak climbing experience.

Please note that the specific booking and payment process can vary between trekking agencies. It is recommended to contact the trekking agency directly to get detailed and up-to-date information on their specific booking and payment procedures for Mera Peak climbing.

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