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Mera Peak Climb


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Chance to summit Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak in Nepal


Start Kathmandu.

Free in Kathmandu.

Short but spectacular mountain flight to Lukla; trek to Piuyan.

Leave the main trail and climb through lush farmland to Pangkongma.

Cross the Pangkongma La. Descend to the Hinku Khola and ascend the valley to Nashing Dingma.

A steep climb to the Surkye La; on to Chholem.

Cross the Pangkongma La and Sukye La into the Hinku Valley.

Follow the Hinku Valley to Kote.

Ascend the Hinku Valley to Tangnag.

Acclimatisation day at Tangnag.

Half day walk to the last lodges at Khare, our Base Camp.

Acclimatisation, ice axe and crampon practice.

Trek to ‘crampon point’

Trek to High Camp (5800m).

Climb Mera Central Peak (6461m).

An easier walk as we retrace our steps through Tangnag to Kote.

A steep climb out of the valley towards the Zatrwa La to Chetrabu.

Return to Lukla over the Zatrwa La.

.. Fly to Manthali (Ramechhap) airport and transfer to Kathmandu.

Free in Kathmandu for individual sightseeing.

End Kathmandu.

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A tough but rewarding expedition, which takes us away from the trails leading to Everest Base Camp to the sparsely-inhabited Hinku Valley. We walk through a beautiful high alpine environment, where Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak in Nepal at 6461m, towers over the valley. The ascent is a non-technical climb, which anyone with ice-axe and crampon experience can attempt. With good acclimatisation and plenty of willpower, you can reach the summit of this beautiful Himalayan peak. At the summit we are rewarded with amazing views of five of the six highest mountains in the world - Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu and Cho Oyu: which makes all the hard work worthwhile.


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