At 6654m, Mera Peak Climbing is not particularly difficult technically, but there is the altitude to contend with which makes this an exciting and challenging trip. We fly to Tumlingtar and trek into the Hinku Valley over the Surkie La.
Mera peak is the of the highest trekking peak in Nepal, located inside south of the Everest dominating the uninhabited beautiful valley of Hongu and Hinku. Mera Peak is technically straightforward and considered more adventurous and challenging than other trekking peaks with little or no mountaineering experience but we recommended having high altitude trekking experience. The main challenging is being proper acclimatization to the high altitude. Mera Peak a very popular destination for experienced trekkers looking for their next challenge.
Mera Peak climbing prefer during spring and autumn seasons; it is the best time to climb Mera Peak. From Mera Peak, we see the five 8,000 meters peak visible from the summit including Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8,516m), Cho Oyu (8,201m), Makalu (8,481m)and Kanchenjunga (8,586 m).
This is not only excellent for acclimatisation purposes but also means that we will see few other groups giving us that wilderness experience that many seek. It also means we do not have to retrace our steps, giving us a circular journey and the chance to explore different regions during Mera Peak Climbing. There are spare days allocated in the itinerary for acclimatisation and in case of adverse weather conditions. The Base Camp is in a stunning setting but the views from the summit are perhaps unrivalled by any other trekking peak. The panorama takes in Kanchenjunga, Chamlang and Makalu to the east, whilst to the north Everest, the unclimbed south face of Lhotse and the Nuptse/Lhotse ridge are visible. To the west Ama Dablam and Cho Oyu complete what is undoubtedly one of the most glorious views in the whole of Nepal.