Overview of Mera Peak Climbing
– Marvelous view of mountains such as: Kyashar- 6770m,Cho Oyu- 8153m,Khangtega- 6685m,Ama Dablam- 6856m,Nuptse- 7861m,Lhotse- 8501m,Baruntse- 7168m,Everest- 8848m,Makalu- 8475m,Kanchaenjunga- 8586m.
– Experience the culture and tradition of highland Sherpa tribe communities.
– Enjoy the pink, red and white Rhododendron on the way(in spring).
– Exploration around the wild, uninhabited and beautiful Hongu and Hinku valleys.
– Experience homestay at your guide’s relatives place and get chance to taste local food.
Trip departure-15th April,2020
Location: Makalu Barun National Park Nepal
Group size: 2 to 12
Deposit due: 60 days before the trip start
While the all-conquering Everest may have all the glitz and glam, the gorgeous Mera peak, although not a mainstream destination, takes you through a journey that unravels the cultural richness of the Sherpa, their humble homes and the wilderness of nature. The climb demands a person to be in peak physical condition, eager and disciplined in order to scale the Mera summit. However, the exertion is a small price to pay that will be forgotten when facing the sheer beauty and splendor standing atop the peak.
The 18 days Mera Peak Climbing begins as we take a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, one of the most dangerous airports in the World. We start our trek by walking through oak, bamboo and rhododendron forests to reach Paiya. The trek continues as we cross through the Kari La pass (3145 m) and narrow mountain trail to reach Panggom. We reach Chhetra Khola Campsite after we stay at Ramailo Danda for a night. We begin to trek north as we go through Kothe and Gondishung to reach Thangnak. We continue to trek through the Hinku glacier residue to reach Kharka. The Mera High Camp is the next destination where we make preparations for the climb and receive necessary training and instructions. We scale the Mera peak and enjoy the breath-taking spectacle of the Everest (8,848m), Cho Oyu (8,188m), Lhotse (8,414m), Makalu (8,463m), Kanchenjunga (8,586m), Nuptse (7,861m), Lhotse Shar (8,393m), and Ama Dablam (6856m). We retrace our steps back along the slippery trails of Khare. After we reach Kathmandu bidding goodbye to the marvelous Everest region, our awe-inspiring journey comes to an end.
Higher Path Treks and Expedition provide excellent accommodation, transportation, equipment and assistance for permits and related legal counseling to our clients which make us stand out among other companies. Not only climbing the mountain end your journey here, also,beside the excitement of climbing Mera Peak, you can enjoy homestay with the local family on the way,similarly, the local food and learn their culture as well. Experiencing homestay, other’s lifestyle in their region is a different and an amazing feelings which will gives you a life time memories. New culture,tasting local food,experiencing and learning new things,communicating and sharing thoughts with the locals will make your journey more interesting.
We are very serious about our clients, So our guide will be there to assist you to check your health condition everyday,check your oxy meter,update you by pulse reading, maintain you diet. Sometimes, some clients may have leg problems,for this we have portable commode toilet chair for them as well. If failed to summit at first due to bad weather or high altitude sickness or by other reason, then no worries on that.We will try on the next day again,which will charge you extra 350$.
we organize Mera Peak climbing trek every year , if you want to be a part of our adventure then do contact us. We’d be happy to take you on this adventure. The departure date is 15th April,2020.
For more inquiry:
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Head office Sachi Arya,USA
G.P.O Box 11120 0012102881361
Kapan Kathmandu Nepal Sachi.Arya@valero.com
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