Mera Peak Climbing in Nepal

MERA PEAK CLIMB (6461m)

Mera Peak Climbing

Highlights

  • Summit the most elevated trekking peak of Nepal at 6,461 meters inside Everest area.
  • Flying perspectives of world’s most respected mountains; Mount Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Amadablam and numerous other snowcapped peaks.
  • Stroll over the Himalayas through Sherpa social towns, Buddhist religious communities, mountain icy masses, vegetation.
  • One of the puzzling mountain flight of Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu, a passageway and leave purpose of whole Everest locale’s exercises.

Overview

“Around Inkhu valley on the shrouded zones of South East Khumbu and Everest district. On the minimum voyaged some portion of Everest and Khumbu zone in total wild. Enterprise from south east of Lukla to remote territories with awesome hop on Mera peak. Stunning sensational scenes and valleys with goliath transcending peaks encompassing. From stunning perfect backwoods of firs and rhododendron trees to icy masses and ice-fields. Investigating conventional Sherpa towns on less trekked territories of south east Khumbu.”

The rising of Mera Peak proceeds with two all the more High Base Camps are set up at 5385m and a higher one at 5800m, from where the summit rising can be endeavored. Mera Peak has two unique summits, the principle one being the Northern Summit (6476m), which is come to by shirking the Central Summit of Mera Peak (6461m) and following an exemplary snow edge to the best. Mera Peak climb is in fact clear, there are a few chasms to move around, and the course can be long and requesting after a new snowfall. The Mera Peak move from Mera La to the Summit is progressive with an exceptional mountain display of the Eastern Nepal Himalayas dependably in locate. The peaks unmistakable incorporate Mt. Everest (8848m), Cho-Oyu (8201m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8463m), Kangchenjunga (8586m), Nuptse (7855m) and Chamlang (7319m) among numerous others from Meara Peak summit.

Mera Peak Climbing
Mera Peak Climbing

In the wake of having a rest and acclimatization at Khare, we begin our rises step by step towards Mera Peak Base Camp at 5,300 and Mera Peak High Camp at 57,00m with a specialized requesting soaks and wonderful view of Everest, Makalu, Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Baruntse, Chamlang and different peaks. From Mera High Camp, we begin a day at a young hour early in the day by following the snow edge and icy masses. When we reach at the highest point of Mera Peak we will be remunerated by awe inspiring 360 degree sees which give us feel like a lord of Himalayas. In the wake of having an awesome, short and noteworthy time at the best we quickly remember our soaks back to Base camp and step by step take after a similar return trail to Lukla and fly back to Kathmandu with a brilliant memory of Mera Peak Climbing with experienced group of AMN Trekking and Climbing Team.

Best Time

The best time to summit Mera Peak is Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November). The greatest months has been characterized based on perceivability and climate condition.

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