2N3D Mera Peak Climbing





City sight seeing/ Trekking/climbing


Everest Region






3-star hotel in Kathmandu / Tea house, Tented Camp


Full board on trek


Private Car / Van/Flight: Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu

Best Seasons

Sep-Dec and Mar-May

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Mera Peak located in the Everest region is regarded as one of the  "Highest Trekking Peaks'' in Nepal.  It has been measured as 6476 meters, and considered suitable for trekkers as it provides stunning vistas of numerous majestic mountains, including Cho Oyu (8201m), Lhotse (8516m), Everest (8848 m), Makalu (8463m) and other nearby mountains.

Mera Peak can be scaled with a moderate climbing skill, and  needs basic climbing gears, such as  an ice axe, climbing boot, ropes,crampon skills and others. The classic mountains located nearby  require exceptional mountaineering knowledge, training and skills but it requires only your physical fitness, some basic knowledge and desire. 

To reach Mera peak you will follow the same route to Everest for the first day, i.e the route from Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) to Lukla Airport and then you will traverse anticlockwise until you reach Khare. The whole package to the route to Metra peak can be extended up to 18-20 days. It includes places like Lukla- Chutanga-Thuli Kharka-Gothey-Thagnag-Khare- Mera Base camp-Mera High Camp-Mera summit. You will be provided with ice climbing training by the local Sherpas at Khare before your ascent. This package follows the following itinerary. 

Climbing permit for Mera Peak

There are multiple climbing mountains in the Everest region. Like other mountains in the region, Mera Peak requires a local area permit. Seasonal variations  in price can be applied. The permits can be acquired from  Kathmandu or local checkpoints on request to the authorities. The travel agent/agency will help you in getting your permits. All you need to summit is the necessary documents.

  • PP size photos
  • Photocopy of your passport

Route difficulty for Mera Peak climbing

According to the alpine grading system, Mera Peak is classified as a moderate or slightly difficult climb, and suggests there is some technical climbing and tough glacier terrain to negotiate. It is suggested to be slightly difficult because it is steep and glacier changes may occur. Furthermore, climbing Mera Peak requires excellent physical fitness, but it is not that you need to be completely technical. If you have prior climbing expertise it would be a big plus. On some parts of the trail, you must utilize a harness, ropes, and crampons.

How much does it cost to climb Mera Peak?

The price to climb Mera Peak fluctuates depending upon the season because the cost of a permit changes with the weather/season. The cost also varies depending upon the number of climbers, duration, modes of transportation,lodging, fooding, tax, gears, permit and many others. If the number is less the price can ascend and if the number is more the price descends. Selecting a group trip package is usually a smart choice. Your planned stay in the mountains will determine the total cost. So consult with the agency. 






Day 1: Trek to Mera High Camp from Mera Base camp (4-5 hrs)

Since mountain climbing is always a challenge, the climb to Mera peak will also be adventurous to the climbers. Numerous Crevasses, rocks, tricky cliff trails and  snowy paths make the climb  difficult. After breakfast  we will prepare for the High Camp. The surrounding provides a wonderful view of peaks, including Cho Oyu, Makalu, Nuptse, Chamlang and Everest. (Full Board overnight Tented Camp)

Day 2: Early Morning Mera Summit and return to high camp (6-7 hrs)

On day 2nd We get up around 2.30 AM because this day is a summit day.   The group's overall activities  will be decided upon by the trip leader. As you ascend up, stunning views will be seen from the summit of Mt. Everest, Cho-Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, and others.  After the successful attempt of the mountain,you will descend to the high camp and stop for the food and  hot soup. (Full Board overnight Tented Camp)

Day 3: Morning Breakfast and return to Khare from High Camp (5780m)

Day 3rd is the final day of 2N3D the Mera Peak Climbing. On this day the team will return from High Camp to the Base Camp and finally to Khare after having morning breakfast. In the clear weather you can view the early morning sunrise upon the mountains.  Leaving  High Camp behind us, we will head towards Khare. Remember,it is a 5-6/7 hours trek back to Khare. (Full Board overnight Tented Camp)


Cost Details

  • Service for airport pickup and drop-off.
  • Every land route followed the itinerary
  •  a luxurious hotel in Kathmandu 
  • Guesthouse or tent lodging in accordance throughout the trek
  • Flights : (Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu)
  • Tax on domestic air travel
  • "farewell meal."
  • English-speaking trekking guide, an assistant trek leader and  porters.
  • Mountain Guide hikes and Expedition kit (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
  • All required documents and authorizations (National park permit, TIMS )
  • A complete first aid kit.
  • Visa Entry for Nepal: at Tribhuvan International Airport.
  • $40 or equivalent for a 30-days/$100 for a 90-day multiple-entry tourist visa. (Bring two duplicate passport-size pictures.)
  • Airfare for travel abroad
  • Kathmandu or Pokhara for lunch and dinner 
  • Extra night's lodging for whatever reason
  • Rescue and travel insurance
  • Personal costs (phone calls, laundry, bar bills and others.
  • Personal trekking gear and attire.
  • Any donation and monuments entrance fee.
  • Tips for porters and guides.
  • any gift and/or entrance fee for monuments.

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