Mera Peak (6654 m) - 18 Days

  • max altitude 6,476 m
  • Group Type 2 - 12
  • Trip grade Moderate
  • Min age 16
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Mera Peak (6,654 m) is the highest permitted trekking peak in Nepal. It stands to the south of Everest and dominates the watershed between the heavily wooded valleys of the Hinku and Hongu Drangkas. J.O.M. Roberts and Sen Tenzing made the first successful ascent of Mera Peak on 20 May 1953. The route they used is still the standard route. The summit of Mera Peak provides one of the finest viewpoints in Nepal, offering a panoramic view of Chamlang, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, and Baruntse in the east and the peaks of Cho-Oyu, Ama Dablam and Kangtega to the west. Everest can be viewed to the north over the massive unclimbed south face of Lhotse and the Nuptse/Lhotse ridge. Under favorable conditions, it is possible to climb the peak and descend back on the same day.

Trip Highlights

  • Incredible landscapes and panoramic views of Himalayan mountain.
  • Traditional Sherpa culture with warm hospitality.
  • Biodiversity of flora and fauna.
  • Panaromic  view of mountains from the summit: Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Choo-yu and several peaks

Outline Itinerary

Day 01:    Arrival to airport and transfer to hotel and trip briefing

Day 02:    Kathmandu sight seen a full day

Day 03:    Fly kathmandu to  Lukla  and trek to Chhutanga (3215m)  5-6hrs

 Day04:    Rest day at Chhutanga for Accalamatization process  

Day05:    Chhutanga to Chhetrala (4100m.) 6-7hrs

Day 06:    Chhartrala  to Kotthe( 3490m) 5-6hrs

Day 07:    Kothe rest day

Day 08:    Kothe to Thangna (4140m) 5-6hrs

Day 09:    Thangna  to Khare (4415m) 5-6hrs

Day 10:    Optional day for flexibility if some poroblems

Day 11:    Khare to Mera hig camp (5800m) 6-7hrs

Day 12:    Mera high camp to summit(6654m) and back to Khare  9-10 hrs

Day 13:    Khare to Kothe 6-7hrs

Day 14:    Kothe to Chhetrala.6-7hrs

Day 15:    chetrala to Lukla.6-7hrs

Day 16:    Lukla to Kathmandu

Day 17:    Free day in kathmandu

Day 18:    Departure from Kathmandu

Joining Basis (Khare to Khare) 4 days    
Day01: Meet our staff in Khare (5000) and climbing training.
Day02: Climbing Training. 
Day03: Khare to mera high camp(5800m) 6-7 hrs.
Day04: High camp to summit (6476m) back to khare

 

Full Board Service Details

What's included

  • Flight ticket (KTM-LUK-KTM)
  • English Speaking Trekking Guide and porter while you are tea house trek.
  • Climbing Guide and supported team while you are peak climbing.
  •  All Foods and accommodation in tent while you are climbing and tea house lodge.
  • Two men tent, form mattress will be provided while you are with our camp.
  • All kitchen equipments, climbing guide and staff their insurance.

      Climbing gears:

  • Rope, Harness, Ice-axe, Carabineers, Crampons, F-8, Jummer, Helmet, Ice-Bar, and Ice-screw.

     Permit:

  •  National park entry permit, Climbing permit, TIMS and all government TAX.

What's not included

  • Sleeping bag(3-4 season) and climbing boots.
  • Your personal warm clothes for Trekking/ climbing.
  • Personal High rescue Medical insurance.
  • Helicopter evacuation if needed any emergency Case.
  • Beverage: coke, beer, Mineral water, bar bills.
  • Foods in Kathmandu.
  • Tips for your trip staff.

Trip Note


 

Detail Itinerary

Day 01:    Arrival to airport and transfer to hotel and trip briefing

Day 02:    Kathmandu sight seen a full day

Day 03:    Fly kathmandu to  Lukla  and trek to Chhutanga (3215m)  5-6hrs

 Day04:    Rest day at Chhutanga for Accalamatization process  

Day05:    Chhutanga to Chhetrala (4100m.) 6-7hrs

Day 06:    Chhartrala  to Kotthe( 3490m) 5-6hrs

Day 07:    Kothe rest day

Day 08:    Kothe to Thangna (4140m) 5-6hrs

Day 09:    Thangna  to Khare (4415m) 5-6hrs

Day 10:    Optional day for flexibility if some poroblems

Day 11:    Khare to Mera hig camp (5800m) 6-7hrs

Day 12:    Mera high camp to summit(6654m) and back to Khare  9-10 hrs

Day 13:    Khare to Kothe 6-7hrs

Day 14:    Kothe to Chhetrala.6-7hrs

Day 15:    chetrala to Lukla.6-7hrs

Day 16:    Lukla to Kathmandu

Day 17:    Free day in kathmandu

Day 18:    Departure from Kathmandu

Joining Basis (Khare to Khare) 4 days    
Day01: Meet our staff in Khare (5000) and climbing training.
Day02: Climbing Training. 
Day03: Khare to mera high camp(5800m) 6-7 hrs.
Day04: High camp to summit (6476m) back to khare

Departure Detail

Start Date End Date Cost Status Booking
19 October, 2017 05 November, 2017 USD $0 Available Book Now
02 November, 2017 19 November, 2017 USD $0 Available Book Now
09 November, 2017 26 November, 2017 USD $0 Available Book Now
16 November, 2017 03 December, 2017 USD $0 Available Book Now
23 November, 2017 10 December, 2017 USD $0 Available Book Now
30 November, 2017 17 December, 2017 USD $0 Available Book Now

What is the best season for peak climbing?
March to May, September to November Is the best season for peak climbing.

How difficult is peak climbing?
It depends on the peak you choose to climb, there are easy peaks as well as difficult peaks, and we recommend peak climbing according to your need and your expertise.

What is the success rate of peak climbing?
It depend the peak you choose, climate, weather, health and the peak grade: roughly the success rate of peak climbing is above 95% from our company.

Do you provide equipment, or do we have to rent?
You can hire or buy personal equipment needed for peak climbing, apart from that the major climbing equipment will be provided by HEN.

What problems occur in high altitude?
Lack of oxygen in a body might occur in high altitude which may result in nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, hypothermia even death.

Can I charge my device while peak climbing?
Yes you can charge your device like mobile, camera and chargeable device.

Who will be my guide and what is their qualification and experience?
HEN provides veteran, qualified peak climbing and mountaineering guides.

What kind food and accommodation you provide?
We provide healthy food and comfortable accommodation as available in the region you trek such as tea house or lodge or camps.
 
Does your company give certificate after successful peak climbing?
Our company provides certificate which is provided by NMA. You have to fill up the form with your detail, summit photo, name of the team leader.

How you rescue if I become sick?
Depending on the seriousness of the accident we provide first aid if not then company can arrange the evacuation operation to the nearest medical facility and in case of any emergency, company could bring you to Kathmandu.

Do I get refund if I become sick before peak climbing?
All the trip cancellations are required to be done officially on our e-mail info@himalayanecstasynepal.com or himalayanecstasy@gmail.com For groups it should be done 45 days and prior while individuals can do at least 30days before. Payment refund will be made as per the foreign currency conversion rate in US$ dollar prevailing at the time of refund. The following cancellation charges will levy.
1. Before 45 days of arrival-5% of the total trekking/expedition/ tour cost
2. From 45 day to 30 days-10% of the Trekking/expedition/ tour cost
3. From 29 days to 15 days-15% of the trekking/expedition/ tour cost
4. From 14 days to 02 days (48 hrs)-20% of the total Trekking/expedition/ tour cost.
5. From 48 hrs to arrival-50% of the total trekking/expedition/ tour cost
6. Less than 48 hrs or no show-No refund
7. If trekking/Expedition/tour is stopped or early arrival due to nature accident likewise weather reasons this case H.E Nepal Treks will not refund.

What permit do I need for peak climbing?
Nepal Mountaineering Association: the authorized government body issue permits which is needed for peak climbing and our company will assist you on getting the permit.

How you manage food accommodation and safe drinking water?
 Water here is drinkable but taking into consideration of our client's health and hygiene we provide mineral water which is purified and filtered. We provide standard and healthy foods. We provide best and comfortable lodging service available in trekking route.

Group Equipment H.E Nepal provides

  • Doman tents and mattress twin sharing basis
  • Kitchen /Dining tents
  • Kitchen equipments
  • Toilet tent
  • Climbing rope: fixed and main rope
  • Harness
  • Crampons
  • Ice-Axe
  • Karabiners : lock/ unlock
  • Ice-screws
  • Snow Bars
  • Rock piton
  • Helmet
  • Ascender ( Jummer)
  • Descender( F-8)
  • Tapes / slings

Personal Hard ware Gears climber has to manage

  • Climbing boots: plastics boot/or similar quality Need fixed crampons.
  • Long sleeved cotton /woolen shirts
  • Wool long under wear
  • Long cotton hiking shirts
  • Warm climbing trousers
  • Light weight fleece
  • Fleece/ wool for climbing
  • Down high altitude sleeping bag (3, 4 session)
  • Sleeping pad (carry mat) or thermo mat
  • Light cotton athletic socks and wool climbing socks
  • Light weight thermal/ insulated climbing gloves
  • Head torch /batteries /bulbs
  • Water proof climbing jacket
  • Down jacket /trousers/vest
  • Climbing sunglasses
  • Sun screen
  • Sun hat
  • Gaiters

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