Mera Peak Climbing


Mera Peak is the tallest trekking peak in Nepal; thus, it acts as an excellent alternative for peak climbing hubs. Mera Peak Climbing is probably the most rewarding, exciting, and mouthwatering journey with many spine chill adventures. Many Adventure junkies feel their raw adrenaline-charged as they ascend this magnificent peak.

Mera Peak lies in the Mahalangur section of the Everest region in the Solukhumbu district. The mountain has three dominant individual peaks, i.e., Mera South (6065 m), Mera Central (6461 m), and Mera North (6467 m).

You will summit the North mountain on this Mera Peak Climbing as other faces are more difficult to complete. However, the climb from the north also involves high elevation glacier walking, which is simple in comparison.

Climbing Mera Peak is the most outstanding achievement for adventure seekers as it is not an easy climb by any means. Summiting this mountain is suitable for beginner climbers, but there are a few technical sections along the way.

Mera Peak is not the most formidable mountain, but it is not the easiest as well. However, the panoramic view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Chamlang, Ama Dablam, etc., look breathtaking from the summit.

The route of Mera Peak also passes through Makalu Barun National Park, allowing you to enter the dense vegetation. Moreover, you can see various animals like Indian leopard, golden jackal, red fox, black bear, red panda, and many more in these jungles.

The areas of the Khumbu region are inhabited mainly by the Sherpa community. These people follow Tibetan-influenced tradition and culture, so take your time and learn more about them and their lifestyle.

Climbing Mera Peak is a challenge due to some of the technical sections, but it is doable. With the right amount of preparation and training, you will reach the summit with ease.

There are a couple of routes to reach the summit, and the Nepal Eco Adventure itinerary takes you through the Panguam village trails. The journey is full of scenic views and adventure.

You begin the Mera Peak Journey on the third day of the itinerary by flying to Lukla from Kathmandu with a scenic view. Then you trek to Paiya the same day and stay the night there.

The next day you head to Panguam climbing the trails and passing through the forest. Later, you trek towards Nagindingma from there and spend a night in the Himalayas.

Continuing the walk, you head towards Cholem Kharka first, then to Khola Kharka. The journey keeps getting adventurous and harsher, with each gain in elevation.

Following the trails, you move to Kothe, then to Thaknak, and finally, halt at Khare. Your acclimatization day is held here in Khare, so take the time to rest and prepare for the trek.

After acclimatization, you now walk past glaciers and reach the base camp of Mera peak. From here, you climb up to High Camp and later summit Mera Peak, then descend back to Khare.

From Khare, you return to Kothe and take a new shorter route back to Lukla via Chetwarwa. On the eighteenth day, you fly back to Kathmandu and head home the next day, ending your Mera Peak Climbing with Nepal Eco Adventure.

The journey with us will be memorable, so do not miss out on this exciting adventure in the Khumbu region.

Things to Experience during Mera Peak Climbing

  • Breathtaking views of some spectacular mountains
  • Trek through the Traditional villages of Sherpa
  • Befriend the mountain people and know about their gentle spirit
  • Learn to use essential technical tools
  • Reach the Mera Peak Summit at 6467 m altitude
  • Taste the authentic Nepali food

Altitude Chart

mera peak climbing altitude chart


Day 1
Arrival to Kathmandu (1400m approx.)
Kathmandu Altitude: 1400 m above sea level

Overnight at Kathmandu

On the first day of Mera Peak Climbing, you fly to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. There is only one international airport in this country, so this place will be the first one you land in.

You see the Himalayas and the town packed with houses in every nook and corner, and you enter this land. Our officers will be waiting for you outside the terminal to drive you to your B&B.

After reaching the B&B, you will be welcomed with garlands by the staff and provided with welcome drinks. Then, the officer will complete the remaining procedure and help you with check-in.

The remainder of the day is free, so take this time to explore the nearby markets. The locals are amicable and helpful so that you can ask them for directions as well.

If you desire to hit the streets, you should visit Thamel as it is more of a tourist area. You can find clubs, pubs, continental and authentic restaurants, souvenir shops, trekking and climbing gears, etc.
Day 2
Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu.
Overnight at Kathmandu

Kathmandu is a crowded yet beautiful city with several exquisite monuments, magnificent arts, artistic temples, and sculptures. This town houses four of the UNESCO Heritage Sites of Nepal, which you will be visiting today.

After breakfast, you get ready and wait for your leader to pick you up from the accommodation. First, you drive and head towards Kathmandu Durbar Square, also known as Basantapur Durbar Kshetra.

This place lies in front of the old royal palace of the shah and Malla kings. The square is surrounded by several buildings, vividly showing the spectacular architecture of the Newar craftsmen and artists. The Palace Complex is now being used as a museum for attraction. You can also visit the Kumari home (living goddess).

From here, you drive towards Monkey Temple, also known as Swayambhunath. This beautiful religious site sits on top of a hill 3 km west of the city. Apart from being a tourist site, it is also the place of prayer and pilgrimage from Hindu and Buddhist followers. You get the view of the entire Kathmandu town from up here.

Later, you head forward to Boudhanath, another binding site of meditation and pilgrimage for followers of Buddhism. The stupa is located in a place that was once a major trade route between Nepal and Tibet. Nowadays, it is surrounded by houses, shops, and rooftop restaurants.

Now, you head to the final destination- Pashupatinath to end the sightseeing tour. This house is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the most important religious sites for Shiva devotees. The temple resides on the bank of the Bagmati River and is surrounded by several other small shrines.

After exploring these beautiful tourist attraction areas, you now stop for lunch and head back to your hotel. In the lobby, your guide will tell you a few things about Mera Peak Climbing, so listen carefully.

P.s. You can buy or rent gear and equipment in Thamel, so if you have things to add to your climbing trip, visit the market.
Day 3
Fly to Lukla and Trek to Paiya (2,730m).
Lukla Flight Duration: 35 to 40 minutes

Lukla Altitude: 2810 m above sea level

Paiya Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

Paiya Altitude: 2730 m above sea level

Overnight at Paiya

The first day to begin Mera Peak Climbing excites every climber. Some can’t even sleep due to excitement, but you must not do that as you have to walk a few hours on your start.

Today, you have an early morning flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, so the leader will pick you from your hotel and escort you to the Kathmandu airport. From here, you catch your flight and soar into the blue sky seeing valleys and peaks.

The beautiful views accompany you to Lukla airport, one of the thrilling runways on earth. The landing in Lukla excites people with its dramatic landing on a tiny airstrip located in between the cliff.

From here, you now begin the trekking journey towards Paiya. You follow the downhill trail out from Lukla and head north, following the forested area of Juniper and rhododendron to Surke.

Then continue the walk a bit further; you reach Pakhapani, where you stop for lunch. The trail leads you to cross Chutok La pass and move past several traditional villages as you keep moving forward.

A few hours or so leads you to Paiya, a small settlement that offers marvelous views of several magnificent peaks. You get to enjoy the sight of Khatang, Tang Ragi Tu, Kongde Ri, and other seven thousand peaks.
Day 4
Trek to Panguam (2,850m)
Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

Panguam Altitude: 2850 m above sea level

Overnight at Panguam

You have breakfast in Paiya and head out of the village to continue walking on the trails. At first, you make a slight descent until you reach a small wooden bridge and cross over it.

The trails from here onwards are slippery till you cross over Kari La Pass, so be careful and saunter. After crossing, the path traverses you through a dense forest of rhododendron and bamboo.

Walking a bit further, you stop in one of the villages for lunch. Later, heading through the narrow mountain trails, you get the astonishing view of Dudh Kund Himal, Dudhkoshi river, and valley. Get your cameras ready to capture the breathing picture.

After an eye-catching view, you again continue to move forward and arrive at Panguam. This village is a small settlement where people are engaged in farming and trading.

Explore around the village to see the lifestyle of these people and hear their exciting stories. They have many adventurous stories of these trials that they are always ready to share.
Day 5
Trek to Nagindingma (2,650m).
Trek Duration: 4 to 5 hours

Nagindingma altitude: 2650 m above sea level

Overnight at Nagindingma

After breakfast, you leave Panguam and descend the mountainous path that leads you through the mystical forest of bamboo and rhododendron. You pass a lot of mani walls on this trail and cross over the Panguam La Pass.

After crossing the pass, you ascend the trails through an exact path and head north. Then you walk past several hills, ridges, and teahouses and start to descend the routes.

Walking a bit further, you stop in the nearby village to have your lunch. Later, the trek resumes and offers you the mesmerizing view of Mera Peak (south face) and Maulekh Peak ahead.

As you move forward, the trails zigzag you through the forested area of pines and rhododendron, then drop steeply to Peseng Kharka Kola. From this point, you cross over the river and climb uphill to Peseng Kharka Danda.

Then you make a descent to head towards the Ningsow river and cross it using the wooden bridge. From here, you walk a bit further and reach the village of Nagindingma.

The village is small yet beautiful and is mainly inhabited by hill Mongol people. You can rest for a while and explore the vicinity or roam right after your arrival. Enjoy your time and see the sunset view over the eastern Himalayas.
Day 6
Trek to Cholem Kharka (3,350m).
Trek Duration: 4 to 5 hours

Cholem Kharka Altitude: 3350 m above sea level

Overnight at Cholem Kharka

Today you head towards Cholem Kharka from Nagindingma. The trail between these points is physically exhausting and demanding as you walk mostly uphill this day.

Leaving the town after breakfast, you climb up the routes for a bit and begin to descend, then again climb up the rocky trails and reach Ramailo Danda. This place offers an astonishing view of Mera Peak and Salpa along with other mountains.

You have your lunch here while looking at the fantastic view and continue the trek a bit later. The trails take you through several ups and downs before making an ascend over Surke La.

You then descend to the beautiful rhododendron forest and enter Makalu Barun National Park. Walking a bit ahead, you again walk through the dense bamboo forest and arrive at Cholem Kharka.

Cholem Kharka is a small settlement of the native people where good lodging and food are available. You can enjoy your time exploring the beautiful village and interacting with friendly people.
Day 7
Trek to Khola Kharka (3,930m).
Trek Duration: 3 to 4 hours

Khola Kharka Altitude: 3930 m above sea level

Overnight at Khola Kharka

Your trek starts after your morning meal, so fill your tummy with delicious food. You head out of the village and take the Pasang Lhamu trail into the beautiful forests inhabited by red pandas and other animals.

Then you take an uphill trail on the west side of the Hinku valley through the lush forest of pines and oaks. You get to see the beautiful views of nature from up there and have lunch while seeing it.

Later, you descend a bit and pass through the bank of plummeting rivers into the rhododendron forest. You pass through green meadows and cross a stream using a small wooden bridge as you continue to walk further.

From here, you ascend the trails entering the enchanting forest of bamboo and pine. After walking for about an hour or so, you arrive at Khola Kharka. This small settlement of the Sherpa people offers the admirable view of hills dotted with rhododendrons.
Day 8
Trek to Kothe (4,180m).
Trek Duration: 5 to 7 hours

Kothe Altitude: 4180 m above sea level

Overnight at Kothe

You wake up early along with the chirping of birds and have your breakfast. Then leave the village behind and move forward in your trail to reach Kothe. The walk begins through a straight path and gives you a view of Mera Peak.

Slowly descending the trails, you reach Majang Khola and cross over it into the oak and juniper forest through a narrow road. From there, you move forward and pass Trashing Dingman to stop for lunch.

You then head towards Thakthor and later to Inkhu Khola that leads you to the ridge of the river. The trail goes up and down from here till you reach Kothe. This beautiful village is an entry point for Mera Peak Climbing that rewards visitors with a beautiful view of the Himalayas.
Day 9
Trek to Thaknak (4,350m).
Trek Duration: 3 to 4 hours

Thaknak Altitude: 4350 m above sea level

Overnight at Thaknak

Today the journey from Kothe to Thaknak is a short one that begins along the ridge of Hinku Khola after a delicious breakfast. The trek continues in the shadow of Mera Peak till you reach Gondishung.

The village is a summer settlement that lies on the western side of Hinku Drangka. You have your lunch in one of the lodges while viewing the scenarios from along the riverside.

After filling your tummy, you move ahead from Gondishung and pass an ancient gompa that is 200 years old situated at the lap of a big rock. You pray here for a successful ascent to the summit and continue the trek.

On your way, you see a rock scripted with the picture of Mera Peak and its route. Then moving ahead, you walk upstream through a rocky trail and cross several landslide areas.

As you keep ascending the trails, nature gives you a close view of Mera Peak and Kusum Kanguru from one ridge. Enjoying the view and continuing the trek, you slowly walk uphill for a while and reach Thaknak.

Thank is a small summer grazing village for animals and yaks with antique shops and lodges. During your night, enjoy the beautiful view of the guarding snowy peaks.
Day 10
Trek to Khare (5,045m).
Trek Duration: 2 to 4 hours

Khare Altitude: 5045 m above sea level

Overnight at Khare

Today is another short-day trek in which you follow the sideway moraine of Dig Glacier after heading out of the village. The path later opens up and leads you to Dig Kharka, whose vast pasture offers the stunning view of north Hinku Glacier and Charpate Himal.

The trails then lead you uphill through the moraines and into the mouth of Shar Glaciers and Hinku Nup. The climb gets steeper with gorgeous scenic views from here onwards till you reach the camping spot at Khare.

Khare is at a beautiful location from where the north face of Mera Peak covers the skyline. You get a good rest, then have your lunch and prepare the climbing gear to do a short climb around the village.
Day 11
Rest, acclimatization,training in Khare.
Overnight at Khare

You have an entire day allocated for rest and acclimatization, so you set it aside for basic training and prepare yourself for the Mera Peak Climb. You stay here to cope up with the harsh environment in the upper regions and get technical training.

The Nepal Eco Adventure crew will provide you with basic training on using the crampon, ice axes, ascender jammer, rope technique, and carabiners. They will also show you the best approach with the rope and help you practice them.

After training, you can hike to the nearby village or hill to gain some elevation. If you have time, it is better to hike up the stunning hill above the glacier.

The place gives a fantastic view of the valleys below and peaks ahead. Later, you can explore the Khare settlement, go on short walks, and connect with the locals.

Take the time to enjoy your surroundings and learn more about the Himalayan lifestyle. This village is in a beautiful location, so make sure to catch the stunning view of Mera Peak.
Day 12
Khare to High Camp (5,780m).
Trek Duration: 4 to 6 hours

Mera High Camp Altitude: 5780 m above sea level

Overnight at High Camp

After breakfast, you resume your trek and head towards Mera Base Camp. The trail starts off with a steep climb through the boulder-strewn path to Mera La at 5400 m ft, and then you continue to climb up to Mera Glacier.

The walk is more leisurely in the first half, but the section gets steep up to the glacier, so you need to pace yourself and place your foot correctly. The route is a landslide area, so be careful and wear your helmets.

You put on your crampons from this point and walk across the great glacier creating great memories. Later, you descend on the trail while walking between the northern side glacier and moraine to reach the campsite of Mera Base Camp.
Now, it is time to move towards High Camp from the base camp slowly. You climb back to the glacier and descend the trails to follow the easy-level snow slopes.

Then after walking for a short distance, you reach the area of crevasses that should be navigated carefully. The walk is through a rock-strewn site from here onwards till you slowly climb up to High Camp.

During your ascent, do not forget to look back and see the breathtaking view of Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, and Everest. High camp is hidden in the back of a rocky section in between the glacier in a small space.

The camp area is small, so you have some drop-offs as you enter the site. Tents are fixed at the High camp with an outstanding view of Chamlang, Mera Peak, Everest, Nuptse, and Lhotse.

Arriving at the base, you have lunch and rest for a while, then begin your ice climbing training with the guide. You train for about 2 to 3 hours and call it a day at the camp.

Enjoy the remaining day admiring the eye-catching vista of the peaks surrounding the area.
Day 13
Mera high camp to summit (6,461m) and back to Khare.
Hike to Mera Peak Summit: 3 to 4 hours

Mera Peak Altitude: 6467 m above sea level

Trek Duration to Khare: 5 to 6 hours

Overnight at Khare

Today is essential as the day has finally arrived when you summit Mera Peak. The climb begins gradually but mostly depends on weather conditions, so you leave the high camp at night (around 2 am).

After breakfast, you put on the ropes and crampons to set out on your once-in-a-lifetime journey. The climb starts in steeper terrain, so take your step carefully. You can see the central summit flanked by two ridges above the vast glacier by the end of it.

You ascend steeply along the snowfields while going slowly and avoiding the crevasse. Then swing to the east hand ridge before descending towards the main summit ridge.

There are three summits, and our goal is to reach the highest one. So, you do a short steep climb through the snow slope and make the final ascent to the summit.

The last few feet require a lot of effort, so ascend slowly into the cold and windy climate. Sun will start to rise by the time you summit the peak adding more beauty.

Reaching the summit of Mera Peak welcomes you with a mesmerizing view of the snowy peaks.You will get the sight of Mt. Everest, Makalu, Cho-Oyu, Lhotse, Kangchenjunga, Nuptse, Chamlang, Baruntse, Kangtega, and Ama Dablam.

Then you stay there for some time to see the sun-kissed views and begin to retrace your steps to High Camp. You have your lunch, then rest for an hour or two.

Now you pack your bags and say your final farewell to the High Camp, then begin to make a long descent back to Khare. Your foot follows the same trail it came from and calls it a day.

The journey today was a long and exciting one, so you must feel tired. Thus, take a nice bath and rest your body for the next day.

Day 14
Trek from Khare to Kothe
Trek Duration: 7 to 8 hours

Overnight at Kothe

The journey is still not over, so you need to wake up early and have your breakfast. After, you continue the trek by heading back to Kothe from Khare. The hike down to Kothe is a beautiful one with all the breathtaking scenarios.

The trekking duration is long and exhausting, but the stunning view of nature will make up for them. You walk the same rugged and rocky paths on your way back, but instead of climbing, you decline.

You pass several glaciers, moraine, traditional villages, and pasture land while retracing your steps to Thaknak. From here, it is another 3 to 4 hours walk to end this day.

Enjoy your time and live the moment. After a tiring downhill walk most of the day, you reach Kothe. You must be tired, so you can rest in your rooms as you have more walk to complete.
Day 15
Kothe to Chetwarwa (3,580m).
Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

Chetwarwa Altitude: 3580 m above sea level

Overnight at Chetwarwa

While returning, you take a new route that is the shortest way to reach Lukla than others. You have breakfast and leave the town to trek towards Chetwarwa.

You first climb uphill through a dense forest of rhododendrons, cross a few ridges, and reach a small village. From here, you walk along the river banks and have your lunch in one of the lodges.

Later, you descend the trails and make a slight ascend to reach Chetwarwa. This beautiful village gives you a stunning view of Everest, Ama Dablam, and Nuptse.
Day 16
Chetarwa to Lukla.
Trek Duration: 5 to 7 hours

Overnight at Lukla

Today you move from Chetwarwa to Lukla, which is a long hiking day. You fill your tummy and begin by descending the trials to Lukla. On this day, you cross several villages, streams, and forest paths to reach your destination.

After hours of walking, you arrive at Lukla. This is your final day in the Everest region, so enjoy the mountainous view and cherish the moment.
Day 17
Fly back to Kathmandu.
Overnight at Kathmandu

Today you wake up early and catch the flight to Kathmandu. Viewing the same scenarios, you arrive at the capital. From the terminal, the guide will drive you to the hotel, where you have your breakfast. This is your final day here in Nepal, so visit the local shops and enjoy your time.
Day 18
Final departure to home.
The crew will drop you off at the airport according to your flight schedule. After spending these few weeks together, you say your farewell to us. Do remember us for more trips.

What is Included

  • Airport pickup and drop by private vehicle.
  • Three night standard twin sharing Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
  • Fresh fruits every night after the dinner.
  • Trekking lodge (Tea House) accommodations during the trek.
  • Makalu Barun National park permit and Peak permit.
  • One nights tent accommodation above Khare. Hygienic meals( Breakfast ,Lunch Dinner) with tea and coffee, seasonal fruit or cane fruits.
  • Camping tent and climbing rope provided.
  • Lukla flight ( Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu) including airport tax and pickup and drop .
  • A highly experience, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly , English speaking well trained, Government license holder trekking guide and climbing Sherpa, with all his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, Transport and insurance.
  • Strong, helpful porter with proper equipment (1porter= two people). with all his salary, food, drinks, accommodation and insurance.
  • Comprehensive medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service (paid by your Travel insurance company).
  • Use of sleeping bags, Down Jacket, Duffel bag and Walking Poles (to be returned after the trip).
  • Government taxes and official expenses.
  • Guided Kathmandu sightseeing tour with private vehicle as per itinerary.
  • Oxymeter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily (Very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness(AMS) symptoms) Which will ensure you trek is in the safest hands possible for all levels of trekker.
  • Assistant guide group size above 6+ person.

What is Excluded

  • Meals whilst you are in Kathmandu Lunch and dinner.
  • Nepal entry visa fee $50 USD for 30 days visa on arrival.
  • Your Travel and medical insurance( Recommended)
  • International airfare.
  • Your personal expenses.
  • Alcoholic and non alcoholic cold and hot drinks on trek (i.e. those you choose to purchase along the way and during evenings in the Tea Houses)
  • Desserts Sweet things like chocolate, cake, pie, pudding.
  • Battery charging and hot shower on the tea houses.
  • Personal climbing equipment can be hired $150 USD per person.
  • Kathmandu sightseeing tour entrance fees.
  • Tips for the guide, porter and driver (Tipping is expected).
  • Excess baggage more than 15kg for Lukla flight.


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Is Mera Peak the Highest Trekking Peak?

Yes, Mera Peak is the tallest trekking Peak all over Nepal, residing at the elevation of 6467 m above sea level. The peak has three summits, but you climb the north face, which is the highest one.

Is Mera Peak Climbing Difficult?

Climbing Mera Peak is challenging due to the technical section, but it is not so complex that one can’t finish the trip. The peak is graded as Alpine PD, which is not too hard nor too easy.

Do We Visit Everest Base Camp during the trek?

No, you will not visit the Everest Base Camp during the trek. The trails to Mera Peak don’t even touch the main route of EBC.

Are there Latrine Facilities at High Camp?

Yes, there is a Latrine installation at High Camp. We provide you with a toilet tent that will be set up a bit far from your sleeping and dining tent to give you some privacy.

Where is Mera Peak Located?

Mera Peak lies in the Mahalangur section of the Everest Himalayas in the Solu-Khumbu district. You can reach the trail of Mera Peak only by flying to Lukla.

When is the right time for Mera Peak Climbing?

All months are suitable for Mera Peak Climbing, but the famous times are March, September, April, October, May, and November. However, June, December, August, and February are also suitable for visiting during specific weeks.

What should I Pack For this Trip?

Firstly, packing for a trip mostly depends on the season or month you choose for travel. If you are trekking during hot seasons, you need to carry summer clothes and a few thin sweaters for the upper region.

Similarly, you need to carry warm clothes that protect you from freezing if you are traveling during cold times. Finally, bring rain gear if you are trekking during monsoon season. To know more about this, see our packing list.

With whom do we walk the trials?

You will be traveling with other trekkers climbing the Mera Peak like you unless you have booked a private tour. The crew members are highly qualified personnel with years of experience backed in them. So, be at peace as we put your safety and comfort before anything.

What is the Residence like during the trek?

You get to try out three different accommodation styles in this climb. You stay in a three-star hotel in Kathmandu, proper quality lodges during the trek, and tents while in base camp.

How many years of practice should I have before Climbing Mera Peak?

You do not need prior experience for Mera Peak Climbing, but having one will not harm you. The climb is graded Alpine PD, so there are some technical sections that require the use of mountaineer tools. Learning how to use these tools is not that hard, as your leader will teach you before climbing.

Do We Need a Climbing Permit?

Yes, climbing permits are mandatory for Mera Peak Climbing and it can only be obtained by a licensed and registered agency. There are a total of three permits in this trek including climbing, national park and local area passes.

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Best Season For Mera Peak Climbing

There are four times suitable for a visit in a year, and among them, spring and autumn are the prime seasons for Mera Peak Climbing. During these seasons, weather conditions are more stable with lesser obstruction. So, the paths are swarming with trekkers and climbers.

Likewise, winter is also preferable for Mera Peak Climbing, but the weather conditions are harsh. However, Climbing Mera Peak during the monsoon is not recommended, but if you want, then there are specific months to choose for the climb. Both these months are off-season time to climb Mera Peak.

Mentioned below is a summary of each season:


Spring is the start of a new era in nature, so everything is fresh and beautiful during this time. The forests begin to get their lost vegetation, and new buds grow in the paths.

It is the best time for trekking and climbing, with winter just finishing and slowly melting the snow. The weather remains firm, and the temperature is warm for Mera peak Climbing during spring.

March, April, and May are the spring time in Nepal. During these periods, the lower region temperature ranges around 10 degrees in the day, and it drops up to -4 degrees as the sun drops.

The temperature drops as you climb higher and reaches up to -30 degrees at the summit of Mera Peak. However, the temperature is bearable at this time, making the walk pleasant.

There is no snowfall during these months, but there are slight chances of rainfall during the first week of March. Overall, the skies are open with bright sun shining from above, making the views more explicit.

Perks of Climbing Mera Peak Climbing in Spring

  • The season of blossoming flowers and greenery
  • No chances of snowfall
  • Snug temperature, clear visibility, and stable weather


Autumn is the top season for anyone looking forward to Mera Peak Climbing. Spring is also good, but autumn is always more preferable due to the climatic conditions.

Mera Peak Climbing is appealing and exciting during autumn, making it safe for adventures. Also, new flowers are blooming in the paths adding extra beauty to the trip.

The autumn air hits the Himalayas of Nepal in September, October, and November. However, the opening month begins after the departure of the monsoon, so dark clouds are still seen hovering for a few days.

But autumn grips by the mid of September, so the weather starts to turn and become more stable with no rainfall and snowfall. The temperature also gets snuggly and ranges about 12 degrees during the day in the lower region.

While the temperature drops to 6 degrees during night and mornings, you should also expect the degrees to drop in minus as you climb higher in the routes.

Perks of Mera Peak Climbing in Autumn

  • Clear and stable weather
  • Uncloudy visibility
  • Low chances of weather turnaround
  • Festive month in Nepal
  • The ideal temperature for peak climbing


Most people around the world like to remain under warm blankets during winter. But it is not the case for an enthusiastic and adventurous climber. Several ascenders prefer to climb Mera Peak during this season.

Winter is the coldest and driest time that lasts throughout December, January, and February. The chill season begins as the month transitions into December.

The climate is chilly but not cold in the first month, but as the second month begins, the region gets heavy snowfall and high temperatures in higher parts.

The temperature begins to drop with the advent of December, reaching from 5 to -20 degrees depending on the altitude. It even gets bone-chilling cold from Mera Peak Base Camp to summit ranges about -30 degrees.

Climbers can expect heavy snowfall in the upper parts of Khumbu throughout winter, but being a dry season there are no chances of rainfall at all. So, the trails are less slippery with easily watchful mountain views making winter doable.

If you cannot wait till autumn, then Mera Peak Climbing in winter is also possible. Some days are bearable and less cold during early December and late February. So, the effect of winter is more negligible at this time, making the climb doable with prior preparation and suitable clothing.

Perks of Mera Peak Climbing in Winter

  • Less crowded routes give you peace
  • You can easily find accommodations, flights, and packages.
  • There are discounts available on many services.
  • Dry and chill weather with undisturbed views.


In Nepal, summer and monsoon fall under the same season so, it brings many rain clouds during June, July, and August. These are the wettest times in the twelve months when heavy rainfall is average.

The trails are muddy during this season, but there is snow in higher parts. The weather is warm before the rainfall and revolves around 15 degrees during the day.

The temperature increases as you trek higher, but once rainfall begins, it drops. Monsoon might not be the best season for Mera Peak Climbing, but some climbers try their luck at this time.

If you visit the Khumbu region during earlier or later months, you get to see the clear skies and dust-free view of the mountains, the aftermath of rainfall. These scenarios are the best part of climbing Mera peak in the monsoon.

If you are desperate for Mera Peak Climbing in the monsoon, then you should select early June or late August because, during these times, the rain clouds are either not arrived or are half gone.

Perks of Mera Peak Climbing in Monsoon

  • Quiet and accessible trekking trails
  • Discounted flight tickets, packages, and accommodation
  • Dust washed and clear views, which is the aftermath of rainfall
  • Additional adventure due to slippery routes.

How Difficult is Climbing Mera Peak?

Mera Peak is labeled as Trekking peak but does not underestimate the climb as it is not easy. The journey poses real severe challenges even though it does not have much technical section.

According to the alpine grading system, the peak was before graded as Alpine Grade F (straightforward/ easy). But now, it is graded as Alpine Grade PD (slightly tricky) due to the change in glaciers and steep technical climb in the last part.

The first challenge would be reaching the summit of 6467 m peak. Next is walking in glaciers with fair degrees of steepness using ice axes and crampons. Another would be climbing up a snow dome at a 5-degree angle using a jumar or ascender on a fixed rope at the final section.

Even with all the challenges, Mera Peak Climbing is suitable for novice climbers to gain some climbing experience with its technical section. This peak is like a training ground for people before the higher climbs.

Overall, Mera peak Climbing is neither the toughest nor the most leisurely climb. You will have to cross a few of the technical sections and make a steep ascend at last. So, it is not too strenuous with better preparation and mountaineering training.

Mera Peak Climbing Cost

Mera Peak gives a great climbing experience with fabulous views of the Himalayas. The overall expedition cost ranges from $2000 to $2500, and the package includes the price of a guide, meal, accommodation, porter, etc.

However, the cost does not cover your expenses of snacks, bar bills, hot shower, phone and battery charging, etc. So, you need to carry extra cash of $15 to $25 a day to spend on yourself.

Mera Peak Climbing Difficulties

Several factors drive the difficulty level of Mera Peak Climbing, and these factors answer the question of How Hard Mera Peak Climbing is? Some are mentioned below:


Mera Peak Climbing takes you to the sky-touching height of 6467 m. This high altitude climb is not easy to accumulate suddenly, so the journey requires a lot of acclimatizing time to get used to the new environment.

Ascending the trials without proper walking hours and short traveling days results in severe strain. So, duration directs the difficulty level of Mera Peak Climbing.

Typically, travelers should walk 5 to 6 hours each day while trekking in the Himalayas. But if your itinerary is short, the duration increases up to 8 to 9 hours per day which puts pressure on your body.

The continuous long hour walk without proper rest will take a toll on your body by making you weak and tired. So, select an itinerary with enough acclimatization days before the summit for a successful and safe ascend.

Distance covered to reach the summit.

The total distance required to complete the expedition also influences the difficulty level of Mera Peak Climbing. The routes are rough, steep, and take you to higher elevations. Not all trails are even or straightforward.

Climbers cover a total distance of 78 miles in the remote and rugged terrains of the Khumbu region. So, it will be a challenge to walk in such surroundings for a long time. But It will be more challenging if it is your first climb.

You will also be passing several technical sections and glaciers before reaching the top. The trails are steep and harsh, so you will need a good pain, endurance level, and physical condition to stand firmly.

The routes of Mera Peak Climbing pass you through crevasses, boulders and walk under the icicles. You will face difficulties in this climb if you are not familiar with walking in topographical conditions. It is best to practice walking in harsh terrains before the journey.

Weather and Temperature

There is geographical variation in Nepal, and this disparity causes weather changes from region to region. Since Mera Peak is a high elevation summit trip, the climatic condition is unpredictable.

One can never predict when the sunny warm morning changes to dark clouds with blizzards and thunderstorms. So, with the modification in weather, your experience also varies.

The weather and temperature in lower regions are bearable compared to higher places. You will face hard times if there is a sudden climate change when at a high altitude.

Climbing Mera Peak usually poses hardship when traveling in the off-season, i.e., winter and monsoon. There are problems of road blockage, slippery routes, cold temperatures, and more. Thus to avert mishaps, you should choose the seasons and gears correctly.

Technical Section

Mera Peak is graded as Alpine Grade PD according to the alpine grading system, so the climb is neither too hard nor easy. Usually, the PD-graded mountains have some glaciers climbing and technical sections.

Before, Mera Peak had straightforward routes, so it was considered Alpine Grade F, but due to glacier changes, the grade also changed. Nowadays, the peak has a few minor technical sections that require crampons and ice axes before the summit.

Altitude Sickness

Altitude Sickness is another difficulty factor you face in Mera Peak Climbing. Altitude-related illness is one of the reasons that make many climbers turn back before reaching the top.

The oxygen at 6467 m elevation is about 47%, and climbers make the summit without supplementary oxygen, increasing the risk of Acute Mountain Sickness. The trekking journey begins from 2800 m elevation and keeps growing with every step towards the top.

You spend about five days above 5000 m altitude to cope with the climate before heading to the summit. It is not an simple task to adjust to this environment, but it can be dangerous for one’s health without care.

You can get symptoms such as headache, nausea, dizziness, vomiting, sleep deprivation, shortness of breath, and more. If you endure from any of these, you cannot climb up anymore and either descend or halt.

Physical Stamina

Being physically fit is a necessity before you go on longer day hikes on rocky terrains. Without proper health climbing, steep and uneven paths will be a challenge.

The mountain path requires you to have physical power and resistance to walk the rugged trails. There will be several zigzag routes, steep up and downhill walks, long-duration treks, and more. For these hikes, you need a good physique to finish the climb to the summit.

Tips for Mera Peak Climbing

Along with difficulties, you need to focus on how to overcome them as well. So we have listed a few of the tips for Mera Peak Climbing:

Gather high altitude experience

The foremost tip for Mera Peak Climbing is gaining some high-altitude experience. This peak is the highest trekking mountain in Nepal, so you need to spend a couple of nights above 5000 m.

Without previous experience, taking walks and spending the nights will seem harder in the new environment. Thus making yourself eligible for the climb is very important.

Mera Peak doesn't require technical climbing experience but having high altitude experience is beneficial. It is a more accessible peak for climbers with a better climbing experience and mountaineering training.

So, you can go on hikes or treks on higher elevations to gather some experience. It will make you feel comfortable walking in the upper parts of the Himalayas. You can visit the grounds of Everest Base Camp or Kilimanjaro for training.

Good physique

A good physique is a must when going on any of the treks or climbs in the Himalayas. So, it is no different for climbers to have the excellent physical condition during Mera Peak Climbing.

The overall route of Mera Peak is not so harsh, but the steep and strenuous climbs over the rugged region add to the difficulty. So, having a fit physique is a necessity to complete the trek.

To put yourself in nice shape, you can do some training on your own or hit the gym. These training sessions are not that demanding and require only 1 to 2 hours of your time.

Climbers can do physical exercises such as running, swimming, cycling, long-hour walks, skipping, and other activities that increase one's strength and stamina.

It is better to make yourself fit before beginning the trek to enjoy the climb without much strain.

Choose the right season.

Picking the right season also determines the success of Mera Peak Climbing. Traveling during the right time provides you with ideal weather conditions and temperatures.

Not every month and season is fit for the trip. So, traveling during winter and monsoon is not recommended due to harsh weather conditions. The problems and difficulty increase at these times.

You need to select the season that does not have heavy rainfall or snowfall; instead has a mild temperature, clear visibility, and blue skies. Because wrong timing can jeopardize your entire holiday and create dissatisfaction.

The climate can't be controlled, but you can reduce the disaster by choosing the right season. In general, Autumn and Spring are said to be the best times for Climbing Mera Peak.

The weather remains moderate, and the weather is stable, making the climbs comfortable and more manageable. The success rate of summiting the peak is also high at this time.

Prepare six months prior to the climb.

You need to train for at least six months before arriving in Nepal. Reaching the top is not a journey of only 2 to 3 days climbing but involves weeks of trekking.

Climbers need to walk 5 to 6 hours each day on this trek while ascending and descending the different terrains. The mountaineering days are more challenging during longer walks and higher elevations.

So, it is essential to train yourself by building up your stamina and strength. If you focus on indulging in training for at least six months, then you can transform your body into an eligible one.

Do not make a tight and strict itinerary.

Shortening your itinerary and making it tight or strict is not an option. If you have little to no room for mistakes on your schedule, it is best to reconsider it.

Typically, companies offer a 15 to 16 days itinerary with no acclimatization, which can pose a severe threat when climbing above 6000 m. People usually choose short days itinerary because they cost low but don't realize the risk they cause.

So, never shorten your itinerary and choose them tight. Instead, if you can then add extra days for more rest and contingency. We here at Nepal Eco Adventure believe in your safety, so we follow the more comprehensive approach with enough adaptation days.

Choose suitable clothing and gear.

Like other tips to overcome the Mera Peak Climbing, choosing the right gear and clothing is also significant. Without the proper equipment and clothes, your entire trip could end up miserably.

It is good to check with the company for the packing list to make sure you have brought the full climbing gears. There are not many technical sections, but you need a few of equipment to finish the climb.

If you forget to purchase them or bring them along, you can rent them from Thamel or at Khare. But before using them, make sure the gears are a fit (not too tight or loose).

Along with equipment, you should make sure about the clothes as well. You need to carry clothing according to the season and weather conditions. Always have a sweater or windcheater, socks, gloves, etc., to wear in the higher regions as it is cold during nights and mornings.

Slow and Steady

The saying "Slow and Steady Win the race" is also applicable in the Mera Peak Expedition. It is necessary to walk slowly and steadily in the rugged Himalayan trails.

The risk of altitude sickness is high if you hurry without proper acclimatization because our body requires a specific time to adapt to the new elevation.

So, if you do not have adjustment time, the body can become weak and suffer from mountain sickness. It is in your better interest to not put too much pressure on your body and ascend slowly.

It is also significant for climbers to utilize the acclimatization day wisely. By acclimatizing, we don't mean to just rest all day but to climb nearby hills and explore around to let your body adapt.

Mental Preparation

A good physique is not only enough for Mera Peak Expedition, and you need to be mentally prepared as well. You need to understand mind over body and learn to keep cool throughout the trip.

Without a clear mindset, you won't be able to focus on the climb, and all your hard work plus training will go to waste. You need to mentally prepare yourself to tackle the strenuous walk, cold and sleepless night, and harsh weather.

It is mandatory for climbers to have a fixed mindset to overcome all the difficulties and finish the journey. Remote areas are still not developed, so you should prepare for the worst and hope for the best.

Choose an experienced guide and trusted company.

Choosing a trusted company with an experienced guide is a must for an easy and safe climb to Mera Peak. Usually, trusted companies already have professional porters, directions, and staff.

Go with a reputed and trusted company with proper arrangements and crews so that you won't be disappointed. The climbing trips at Nepal Eco Adventure provide satellite phones, supplementary oxygen, and a 1:3 guide to climber ratio.

Maintain health and personal hygiene

Mera Peak Climbing is a three-week journey in the Khumbu region's beautiful and remote valleys. There are few health posts en-route, so maintaining personal health and hygiene is a necessity.

During your trips, there are chances of coming across several harmful bacterias that cause hygiene-related sickness such as diarrhea, headache, food poisoning, etc.

So, you need to keep in your thoughts to drink boiled water, use sanitizer, avoid bakery and meat, wear proper layers of clothing, and use good sunscreen. The crew member will have a health kit, but it is better to bring your own as well.

Carry a personal bottle and water purification tablets

It is always mentioned by trekkers and climbers to bring their own water bottle for the trip. You will find bottled water on the trials, but they cost more. Also, there are not many shops in every nook and corner, so you might have to walk 2 to 3 hours to reach the next market.

So for times like this having your personal bottle will be much beneficial. You can refill the bottle from the en-route water tanks or the hotel you stay in. But keep in mind that the hotels charge you extra for the water.

If you wish, you can also fill your bottle from the rivers and streams but do not forget to use the water purification tablet on them. Water from unknown sources has harmful bacteria in them, and the pills help to kill those germs.

ATM and Money exchange facilities

As you already know, you will be traveling in the remote areas of the Khumbu region, so finding banks and ATMs up there is a challenge. The sites are still not developed. Hence they are far from modern technology.

Thus, if you wish to exchange currency or cash them out, it is best to do it at Kathmandu or Lukla. These are the only places where the ATM and Money exchange facilities are available for Mera Peak Expedition.

Mera Peak Climbing- Accommodation and Food

During your Mera Peak Climbing travel, you follow three types of Accommodations. You stay in a 3-star hotel at Kathmandu, standard tea-houses in various trek stops, and camp in a personal tent at Mera Peak Base Camp.

You will spend the entire trek on a twin-sharing basis accommodation. However, single rooms are also provided on-demand with the payment of an additional cost. But this supplement is not feasible all the time due to peak seasons and crowds.

While you travel, you enjoy authentic Nepalese food and ordinary international cuisine like Indian, Italian, Tibetan, etc. You have your breakfast and dinner served from the lodge or tea-houses you spend the night in.

Whereas your lunch is served on the trails while heading to the next destination. On this climb, you will eat various meals, such as toast with jam, sandwich, scrambled eggs, boiled egg, omelet, spaghetti, noodles, soup, Khana set, paratha, etc.

P.S. All meals are provided during the trek, but only breakfast is available in Kathmandu.

Permits required for Mera Peak Climbing

Permits are mandatory to climb the Mera Peak, and only licensed, or registered trekking agencies can arrange them. You need to carry three passes, i.e., Local Area Permit, Makalu Barun National Park Entry Permit, and Mera Peak Climbing Cost.

Unlike other treks or climbs, the Mera Peak permit fee varies in distinct seasons based on the demand of the advancement. You can purchase the pass from the NMA in Kathmandu.

It costs about $70 (Jun-Aug), $250 (Mar-May), $125 (Sep-Nov), and $70 (Dec-Feb) for foreigners. Similarly, for Nepalese, the price is Nrs 1000 (Jun-Aug), Nrs 4000 (Mar-May), Nrs 2000 (Sep-Nov), and Nrs 1000 (Dec-Feb).

The local area permit is purchased at Lukla for the cost of $20. Likewise, the Makalu Barun National Park Entry Permit costs Nrs 1500 (approx. $15) for SAARC citizens and Nrs 3000 (approx. $30) for other nationalities.

Also, an additional cost of $250 is required for garbage deposit for the permits for Mera Peak Climb.

Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is a necessity when climbing, so make one even if you are a professional. The insurance coverage helps you when you are stuck in the Himalayas or get sick during your trip.

You should select the company that offers helicopter rescue and covers for trek above 5000 m altitude. Travel insurance pays for all your medical insurance and provides a rescue helicopter if you need emergency evacuation to the nearest hospital.

Why do Mera Peak Climb with us?

Nepal Eco Adventure provides you with the best package for the Mera Peak Expedition. We believe in making your life experience a safe and memorable one.

We are an experienced and professional travel operator with highly skilled staff. They are well-prepared for trekking, climbing, navigating, and giving emergency treatment in the mountains.

Our focus is more on your well-being and giving you quality services. So, we guarantee you extra fun and adventure with cooperative plus friendly crew members.

Moreover, the accommodation, food, and other services are also of exceptional quality. Our goal is to provide you with a successful trip to and back from the Mera Peak summit.

Packing List

You will be provided with trekking equipment such as a down jacket, sleeping bag, hiking poles, and duffel bags as part of the package. But you need to return them after the completion of the trek. So, excluding a few things, you need to bring other necessary gears along with you.

A list of gears and equipment you need to bring in the Mera Peak Climbing is given below:

Climbing Equipment

  • Ice Axe
  • Waist leash
  • Accessory cord
  • Microspikes
  • Crampons
  • Climbing harness with two locking carabiners
  • Standard carabiners
  • Belay device
  • Ascender


  • Liner socks
  • Synthetic or wool socks
  • Double boots
  • Gaiters
  • Light trekking shoes


  • Base layer bottom
  • Long sleeve sun shirt
  • Breathable pants
  • Non-insulated pants
  • Breathable jacket
  • Midlayer top
  • Non-insulated jacket
  • Insulated synthetic Pants


  • Liner gloves
  • Midweight gloves
  • Insulated gloves
  • Expedition mittens


  • Buff
  • Sun Hat
  • Woolen hat
  • Glacier Glasses
  • Ski Goggles
  • Headlamp

Personal Equipment

  • Mug
  • Water Bottle
  • Camera
  • Extra batteries
  • Solar power bank
  • Garbage Bag
  • Sunscreen
  • Lip screen
  • Hand and toe warmers
  • Personal medical kit
  • Water purification

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  • 18 Days Mera Peak Climbing
  • Strenuous+
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  • March to May and September -December.
  • 6461m
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