Mera Peak

Mera Peak

18 Days Everest Region Strenuous Climbing

Mera Peak is the highest of the peaks in Nepal that are defined as 'trekking peaks'. At 6476m on the edge of the Khumbu region at the northern part of the Eastern Himalaya. Mera Peak Climbing is a popular peak climbing adventure in Nepal. It is a high mountain that requires little technical climbing on its normal route. Mera Peak is not technically demanding but it is high at 6476m and has a long summit day, and you are of course open to the elements. You need to take care of your hydration and maintain a slow manageable pace.
Comprising of three main peak Mera North (6461m), central (6476m), south (6065m), the peak was firstly explored by British expedition team accomplished on May 20, 1953, by Col. Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing.
Mera peak is both physically demanding as well as mentally challenging but with a strong will power the peak can be summited easily. Mera peak climbing is one of the more comfortable and quickest mountains for Peak climbing in Nepal. It is an enchanting peak that stands at an elevation of 6476m. Due to its location, Mera Peak trek offers impressive vistas from its summit on all the nearby 8000m giants like Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyo, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Kanchenjunga, as well as several other stunningly beautiful 6000m and 7000m peaks such as Mt. Baruntse and Mt. Ama Dablam.
Since Mera Peak is below 6500m, it requires a brief acclimatization period. The Mera Peak Trek is sufficient for acclimatization, and by the time you reach the base camp, you will be ready for the climb.
We travel as a group with a team of porters take the kit to the lodges and set up the camps on the mountain. There is a base camp and a high camp; it's possible to summit from base camp but we normally try to put in a camp on the snow.
The climbing starts with the classic and spectacular mountain flight to Lukla. Following that is 11 days trek to the climbing camp through the stunning Hinku valley. From Lukla, we will follow the Dudh Khosi then we will reach the Panggom La (3286m) by walking from village to village. From pine and rhododendron forests we will pass through the wild Hinku valley to reach Mera Peak.


Trip Facts

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  • Accommodation

    Tea house/Lodge

  • Max. Altitude


  • Best Season

    Sep-Dec, Mars-May

  • Active Hours

    6 Hours

  • Group Size


Highlights & Attractions

  • Climb the highest trekking peak in Nepal
  • High and wild trekking in the remote Hingku valley
  • Learn to use technical climbing gear
  • Breathtaking views of five 8000m mountains from summit
  • Cross Amphu Laptsa Pass
  • Follow magnificent glaciers
  • Experience Nepal’s spectacular wilderness and Sherpa Culture
  • Non technical yet physically challenging climb
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Trip Itinerary

Flight from different cities

Arrival at Kathmandu airport (usually in the afternoon) already marks our entry into another world... Customs formalities, baggage collection and welcome by our local French-speaking guide. Crossing the city to the hotel already offers a first discovery of the bustling and colorful capital of Nepal. Buses, trucks, bicycles and sacred cows crisscross in a friendly chaos... Depending on the arrival time, visit the surrounding area or simply settle in and rest at the hotel before your dinner at the hotel.

Free time
Accommodation: In hotel

Flight early in the morning to Lukla from Ramechap airport.
Begin our trailhead heading eastwards the higher above the spectacular Dudh Khosi, leaving for the busy trail to Everest Base Camp. The Trek follows through hamlets and wood yards until we reach a thick forest of silver fir, birch pastures and rhododendron and pine forests. There are many small streams with numerous places in route, the whole of this area referred to as Chutanga which is a summer pasture. We spend the reminder of the day resting, acclimatizing and exploring the nearby villages.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
•Walking time: 3h
•Accommodation: In lodge

Trekking today is a steep climb to cross the Kalo Himal Ridge in the Nau Lekh range, from here we enter into the Hinku valley, leaving the Khumbu valley and there is a feeling of untouched remoteness. We can see the Buddhists monuments like stupa, manis, chorten et prayer flags. We climb up steep part to reach the first pass of the trek Chatrwa-la pass(4610m) We descends towards our camp for the night at Thuli Karkha.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
•Walking time: 6h to 7h
•Accommodation: In lodge

The trail traverses’ ridges above the Hinku Valley, enjoying grand views of the South Face of Mera Peak. We can see the rhododendrons forest and bamboo along a ridge to the Hinku River all the way up to Kothe.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
•Walking time: 4h to 5h
•Accommodation: In lodge

We start to reach in high mountains, when we continue walking along the Ridge of Hinku, we can see the beautiful river stream view on the destination surrounded by towering view of Mera Peak and many more peaks like Kyashar (6,769m) and Kusum Karguru (6,367m). We pass through the Gondishung, it is worth visiting an ancient.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
•Walking time: 5h
•Accommodation: In lodge

We climb through the glacier of the Hinku Nup and Shar Glaciers to walk on the large pasture of dig Kharka, the dramatic views of the surrounding peaks continue to open up. We cross the stream and follow the trail across the boulder-strewn hillside. We can see the excellent view of Mera Peak.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
•Walking time: 5h to 5h30
•Accommodation: In lodge

We explore and practice of essential ice-climbing course under the guidance of our experienced climbing guide. This is the day, we learn the knowledge about the techniques on how to use crampons, rope and ice axe etc. And after take a rest and free time.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
•Accommodation: In lodge


The views from the pass and first experience of mountaineering are spectacular. We first climb up to the Mera La (5,410m) and back up the ridge and then onto the back of the Mera base camp to for the night. Our freshly learned crampon and ice axe techniques will come in useful while climbing into the glacier.


Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
•Walking time:4h to 5h
•Accommodation: In lodge

We climb up steep part to arrive at high camp with steep rocky trail. We walk in short distance area of crevasses. . The crevasses soon give way to slightly steeper but open snow slopes that lead without difficulty to the high camp. we can see magnificient panoramic views of Everest, Makalu and the Nuptse, Lhotse wall directly ahead. It’s wonderful day. We can also see the most of the route to the summit. We get an early night in to prepare for tomorrow’s summit bid.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
•Walking time: 4h to 5h
•Accommodation: In lodge

Today is the important day that we wake up early in the morning with hot cups of tea and start heading out into the cold on our way to the summit of central Mera Peak. We climb up steep way of around 30 and 40 degrees. The route is still non-technical as we climb slowly but surely higher into the ever-thinning air. extraordinary view of the Eastern Himalayas: Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, Everest, Nuptse, south face of Lhotse, Baruntse, Makalu, Kangchengjunga... one of the most beautiful views in the entire Himalayas. At the foot of the final steep summit cone, we may attach to a fixed rope depending on conditions. We spend some time taking it all in before we finally descend back down to Khare for our overnight at lodge which is about 2 hour descent. This is a very long but satisfying day.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
•Walking time: 9h to 10h
•Accommodation: In lodge


Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. •Walking time:5h to 5h30 •Accommodation: In lodge

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. •Walking time: 6h to 6h30 •Accommodation: In lodge

Today is the last day of walk in the mountains. The ideal opportunity for a farewell party with our staff.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
•Walking time: 6h
•Accommodation: In lodge


Flight back to Kathmandu or Ramechap. Mostly in big season will be Lukla to Ramechap/ Manthali airport to avoid the traffic jam at Kathmandu. And 5 hours of vehicles to arrive Kathmandu.

Breakfast included
Accommodation: In lodge


Kathmandu ( Visiting Day)
This one day is extra day which is putted for the security of flight from Lukla to Kathmandu/ Manthali because of bad weather. If we can't fly in the date which was planned or booked because of bad weather. We can manage in another day by plane or helicopters.

Breakfast included.
Accommodation: In lodge

Flight back to the destination

Arrival at the destination End of the trek

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Cost Includes

  • Accommodation in the mountains (dinner, breakfast and lunch)
  • 3 nights city accommodation (Kathmandu) with breakfast.
  • All transportation, including airport pickup and drop-off, domestic flights between Kathmandu and Lukla
  • Trekking and climbing permits in the national park and TIMS Card
  • French-speaking guide, assistants guides (1 assis. for 4 guests), Porters (1 porter for 2 customers)
  • First aid medical kit (Your guide will carry the medical kit but we also advise you to bring it for your own use)
  • All government and local taxes.
  • Nepali staff's insurance
  • Collective camping and climbing equipment
  • Summit bonuses for Nepalese management on the day of the ascension
  • Welcome dinner & Farewell dinner

Cost Excludes

  • Nepal entry visa at immigration at Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) (approximately 50 USD) per person per month (For this trek 15 days of visa is enough)
  • Location of trekking equipment such as sleeping bags, down jackets, trekking poles, etc.
  • Shower, wifi, cell phone pill charging and device
  • Unexpected costs due to health, flight cancellation, weather conditions, etc.
  • All kinds of drinks and snacks.
  • Tips for the guide and porter after the trek.
  • Entrances to sites not included in the program
  • insurance
  • International flight

Is Lobuche a trekking peak?

Lobuche's twin summits tower high above the moraine of the Khumbu Glacier near Everest Base Camp. The West Peak (20,160 feet) is considered a difficult, technical climbing objective. Our route ascends the more straightforward East Peak (20,075'), which is considered a trekking peak.

How difficult of a climb is Lobuche?

Summiting Lobuche Peak requires a high level of cardiovascular fitness, but you don't necessarily need advanced mountaineering skills. As long as you're comfortable operating in high alpine environments, can use crampons and handle an ice axe, the climb shouldn't present too many difficulties.

Is Lobuche Peak technical?

In summary, climbing Lobuche Peak is a challenging undertaking that requires technical climbing skills, physical endurance, and high-altitude acclimatization. It is recommended for experienced climbers with good physical condition and the necessary equipment and resources.

What is the meaning of Lobuche?

Lobuche (also spelt Lobuje) is a Nepalese mountain which lies close to the Khumbu Glacier and the settlement of Lobuche. There are two main peaks, Lobuche East and Lobuche West.

What is the difference between Lobuche East and Lobuche West?

The Lobuche peak consists of two different summits, East and West with heights of 6,119 m and 6,145 m respectively. A continuous ridge connects them but there is still a sharp gap and a considerable distance between them. The East Peak is recognized as a trekking peak, whereas the West is known as an Expedition Peak.

Which peak is 6000m in Nepal?

Mera Peak (6476m) and Island peak (6,189m) are the two most popular trekking peaks in Nepal. Ama Dablam (6,856) is widely considered as the perfect mountain to climb by veteran climbers. Machapuchare (6,993) which is the highest peak among 6000m peaks Nepal. This sacred mountain has never been climbed to its summit.

How many mountains can be climbing in Nepal?

Nepal is a country that is famous for the Himalayas. There is the part of the Greater Himalayas and there are altogether 1310 peaks in Nepal above 6000m and 90 peaks exceed more than 7000m. Among these mountains, 414 peaks are already open for climbing.