Mera Peak (6,654m/21,825ft)
Area: Hinku Valley in the Everest Area,
North Face Glacier from Mera La [
Season: March-May and October-November.
Mera Peak (6,654 m) is ideal for those looking
to achieve their first Himalayan ascent. Although
technically an easy climb, it is, however, a
real challenge to reach the summit of Nepal’s
highest Trekking Peak. Mera Peak stands to the
south of Everest and dominates the watershed
between the heavily wooded valleys of the Hinku
and Hongu Drangkas. The trek starts with a flight
to Lukla and then treks up, the little trekked
valleys for an ascent of this Himalayan
Peak. Fully organized trek with all camping,
meals, climbing guide and porters included.
DATES - 2004 & 2005:
02 - 16 April
10 - 24 October
18 April - 02 May
26 October - 09 November
05 - 19 May
12 - 26 November
21 May - 04 June
starts and ends in Kathmandu, Nepal, with
flights to and from Lukla..
Participants should arrive Kathmandu
at least 2 days in advance.
Private customized treks are available
I T I
N E R A R Y:
Day 01: Fly Kathmandu
to Lukla. Trek Chuthanga. Camp.
Day 02: Rest day for acclimatization. Camp.
Days 03-06: Trek to Dig Kharka. Camps.
Day 07: Rest day for acclimatization. Camp.
Day 08-09: Trek to Mera La and High Camp. Camps.
Day 10: Summit attempt. Return to BC. Camp.
Day 11-14: Return trek to Lukla. Camps.
Day 15: Fly Lukla to Kathmandu. Trek Ends.
Peak Permit, Trekking permits, National Park
Trek arrangements with tents, cook and porter/s.
NMA Registered Climbing Guide for trek and climbing.
Equipment Fees for climbing guide.
Group climbing equipment (rope, pitons, snow
Guide/porter insurance costs.
Garbage deposit ($250 per group) with NMA.
Domestic air-fare (Ktm/Lukla/ktm).
Any services in Kathmandu (hotels, tours, etc.).
Sleeping bags (can be hired in Kathmandu).
Personal climbing equipment (ice-axe, crampons,
Bottled/alcoholic drinks, tips and personal
Client insurance, evacuation costs (if any).
Airport tax, tips and expenses of a personal
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