Mera Peak Trek and Climb
No trips are scheduled, but please contact us if you would like to put together a private or custom trip.
Mera Peak is considered the world’s highest trekking peak at an altitude of 21,300 ft (6461 m) and the most famous in Nepal. It is an excellent climb for those interested in an easy to moderate trekking experience. Many compare it to climbing Mount Rainier, and although we climb higher, we acclimatize properly so the climb is much more enjoyable than the 2 day dash up Rainier. We trek into our base camp taking several rest days along the way. We then move up to our saddle camp and the next day on to our high camp. We summit the following day, taking in one of the finest views in the Himalaya with five 8000m peaks visible: Mount Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kangchenjunga, as well as other Himalayan peaks. We then descend back to our saddle camp, spend the night, and then head down the valley over the pass to Lukla.
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