Trip Facts:

Mera Peak

Starts from
18 Days
Teahouses and Lodges
Everest Region
Lunch and Dinner
Kathmandu, Nepal
Kathmandu, Nepal


Mera Peak

Embark on an epic journey with our Mera Peak Expedition, offering a perfect blend of high-altitude trekking and thrilling summit adventure. This expedition promises breathtaking Himalayan panoramas, cultural encounters in Sherpa villages, and a memorable climb to Mera Peak’s summit at 6,476 meters. With expert guides, comprehensive acclimatization, and top-notch logistics, this expedition is ideal for climbers seeking a challenging yet rewarding Himalayan experience.

Trip Highlights:

Mera Peak

  • Summiting Mera Peak (6,476m), Nepal’s highest trekking peak, with panoramic views of Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and other Himalayan giants.
  • Trekking through pristine forests, Sherpa villages, and scenic valleys of the Khumbu region.
  • Visiting traditional monasteries, including Tengboche Monastery, and experiencing Sherpa culture and hospitality.
  • Acclimatization days, glacier training, and summit push under expert guidance for a safe and successful climb.

Trip Iterinary:

Mera Peak

Arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, meet our team, and transfer to your hotel. Take the day to rest and explore the vibrant city.

Participate in a guided tour of Kathmandu’s cultural sites, including Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Attend a pre-expedition briefing and gear check.

Fly to Lukla, Trek to Paiya Take a scenic flight to Lukla and commence your trek towards Paiya or Panggom, enjoying the lush landscapes and local villages.

Trek to Panggom to Nigmsa Trek from Paiya or Panggom to Nigmsa, passing through forests and Sherpa settlements.

Continue trekking to Khote, a picturesque village along the Dudh Koshi River, offering stunning mountain views.

Spend a day acclimatizing in Khote, explore the area, and prepare for higher altitudes.

Trek to Tangnang (or Tagnag), ascending gradually and enjoying the alpine landscapes and glacial views.

Trek from Tangnang to Khare, the base camp for Mera Peak, passing moraines and high-altitude terrain.

Acclimatize in Khare, review climbing techniques, and enjoy short hikes for acclimatization and views.

Prepare for the summit climb, receive briefings, and rest in preparation for the challenging ascent.

High Camp Trek to Mera High Camp, the launching point for the summit push, and rest.

Begin the summit climb early, navigating snow and ice terrain under expert guidance. Reach Mera Peak’s summit, savor the incredible views, and descend to High Camp.

Reserved for adverse weather or additional acclimatization needs.

Descend to Khare, celebrating the successful summit and descending safely.

Trek back through Tangnang, Khote, and Paiya or Panggom to Lukla, concluding the expedition

Fly Back to Kathmandu



Mera Peak

  • International and domestic flights.
  • Experienced guides, climbing Sherpas, porters, climbing equipment.
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu, teahouses, and camping during the expedition.
  • Meals during the trek and at hotels.
  • Climbing permits, Sagarmatha National Park entry permit, TIMS card.
  • Airport transfers, trekking permits, and safety equipment.


Mera Peak

  • Personal climbing gear (recommended to bring your own for best fit and comfort).
  • Travel insurance (required for climbing expeditions).
  • Additional meals, snacks, beverages.
  • Tips for guides, climbing Sherpas, and support staff.
  • Optional tours or activities in Kathmandu.

Frequently Asked Questions:

ABC Trek

Mera Peak is often recommended for climbers with prior high-altitude trekking experience and basic mountaineering skills. While not technical, it requires physical fitness and acclimatization.

Climbing Mera Peak requires permits such as the Sagarmatha National. Park entry permit, Makalu-Barun National Park entry permit, and a climbing permit specifically for Mera Peak. Our team assists in obtaining these permits.

The best climbing seasons are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) due to stable weather, clear skies, and favorable climbing conditions.