Mera Peak Climbing

Trip Fact:
  • Duration 18 Days
  • Difficulty Level Challenging
  • DestinationNepal
  • Max Altitude6476m / 21246 ft
  • Trip Start/EndLukla
  • Group Size1-20 pax
  • Best SeasonFebruary to May and September to Mid December are the best seasons.

Begin your adventure with Mera Peak Climbing - our comprehensive trip package tailored for the adventurous soul.

Going on an exhilarating journey to Mera Peak (6476m), the highest trekking peak in Nepal. Enjoy stunning views of Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Everest, and Makalu. No extensive mountaineering experience required. Contact us now for a meticulously planned Mera Peak climbing adventure.

Experience the thrill of Mera Peak Climbing, the pinnacle of trekking adventures in Nepal. Surpassing 6,000 meters, Mera Peak offers breathtaking views of majestic peaks such as Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Everest, and Makalu. Whether you're a novice mountaineer or an adventure enthusiast seeking glacier trekking experiences, Mera Peak is an ideal choice. Our expertly crafted itineraries ensure you have a memorable journey while adhering to the required fitness levels. Get in touch with us to plan your Mera Peak climbing expedition today.

Mera Peak Climbing Route: A Mesmerizing Path Awaits

Embark on your Mera Peak adventure from Lukla, where your trekking expedition commences. Traverse enchanting forests of Rhododendron and pine until you reach the picturesque village of Paiya. Immerse yourself in the local culture as you spend a night at a charming lodge in Pangum. The next morning, continue your trek to Nangidama, an opportunity to unwind or explore the surrounding natural beauty.

During the 18-day Mera Peak trek, you'll traverse from Chalem Kharka to Khola Karka, ascend to Khote, and trek further to Taknak. From Thaknak, located at an elevation of 4350m, proceed to Khare at 5045m, where a day of acclimatization awaits. Journey onward to Mera Base Camp, camp for the night, and then hike to High Camp at 5780m. Finally, ascend to the summit, reveling in the accomplishment.

The return route offers a shorter path. Descend from the peak to Khare, and from there to Cheterwa. After approximately 6 to 7 hours of trekking, you'll reach Lukla, concluding your extraordinary Mera Peak climbing experience.

Experience the Majestic Mera Peak Climbing Cost: 2023 and 2024

Join us for an unforgettable Mera Peak climbing adventure amidst the stunning Himalayas. At Dream Heaven, we offer an exciting and budget-friendly experience that combines adventure with great value.

Our Mera Peak trip starts at just USD 1899 per person, making it accessible and affordable for all adventure enthusiasts.

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Calling All Large Groups!

If you're planning this thrilling expedition with 10 or more friends, we've got something special for you. Dream Heaven Adventure loves catering to larger groups with exclusive price deals, ensuring an amazing journey without breaking the bank.

For more information on our competitive prices and fantastic group discounts, feel free to reach out to us via email or WhatsApp. Our team is eager to assist you in making your Mera Peak climbing dream a reality.

Mera Peak Climb Difficulty: A Challenge Worth Pursuing

While Mera Peak stands tall as Nepal's highest trekking peak, technical climbing expertise is not a prerequisite. It is important to note that Mera Peak climbing does demand a high level of fitness and endurance. The ascent involves navigating rugged terrain, steep inclines, and crossing icy sections. Previous climbing experience is not mandatory, but it can provide you with an added advantage, as familiarity with basic mountaineering techniques and equipment proves beneficial.

During the climb, you will encounter sections where the use of crampons, ice axes, harnesses, and ropes is necessary. Our experienced guides will provide comprehensive instructions and guidance to ensure your safety throughout the expedition. While the climb is challenging, the sense of accomplishment and the breathtaking views that await you make Mera Peak an adventure worth pursuing.

Train for Your Climbing: Strengthen Your Body and Mind

Preparing yourself mentally and physically is vital for a successful Mera Peak climbing. Strengthening your body enables you to navigate rocky terrains, steep inclines, and endure extended uphill climbs. Neglecting the importance of physical training may lead to exhaustion during the descent, posing potential risks.

Allocate a few hours daily for rigorous training several months before embarking on the Mera Peak summit expedition. Focus on exercises that enhance the specific muscles utilized during uphill and downhill treks. Incorporate weight resistance training and cardiovascular exercises such as running, swimming, and HIIT workouts. Additionally, engage in progressive hikes to nearby hills to develop optimal fitness levels, ensuring a smooth journey.

Best Time to Climb Mera Peak: Choose Your Moment Wisely

Selecting the right time for your Mera Peak climb greatly influences the challenge ahead. The months of March to May and October to November are considered the best time for Mera Peak Climbing. During these periods, the weather tends to be more stable, with clearer skies and favorable climbing conditions.

In spring (March to May), the trail is adorned with vibrant rhododendron blooms, creating a picturesque landscape. The temperatures are generally milder, although it can still be chilly at higher altitudes. Spring also offers excellent visibility, allowing you to savor panoramic views of the surrounding peaks.

Similarly, in autumn (October to November), you can expect pleasant temperatures and clear skies. The autumn season provides breathtaking vistas with the added advantage of fewer crowds on the trail.

It is important to note that while these are considered the optimal periods, weather conditions can vary. It is always recommended to check the latest weather forecasts and consult with experienced trekking guides who can provide real-time information and help you choose the most suitable time for your Mera Peak climbing expedition.

Contact us now to commence your Mera Peak climbing expedition during the optimal seasons of March to May or October to November.


Our airport representative will receive you at Tribhuvan international Airport, Kathmandu. He will directly take you to the hotel. You can spend remaining day relaxing in the hotel. Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Hotel
  • 1400m


We will take you to office of Dream Heaven Adventure. Meeting with our well trained and well experienced guides. You will be taught in detail about the trekking and you will be introduced with all the climbing equipments required during your trekking.
Also, we have a sightseeing tour around Kathmandu valley, overnight in hotel.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 1400m

Breakfast. Departure to Tribhuvan International Airport for our flight to Lukla. The flight to Lukla is one of the astonishing flights that allow you to have close and breathtaking views of various sceneries and Himalayan ranges of Nepal. Lukla Airport is considered as one of the beautiful airports in the world situated in the lap of Himalayas. Our representative will receive you and will start to trek towards Paiya. Our trail is through a small jungle and on crossing small bridge of Handi khola we will reach a very beautiful Surke Village. We have to continue our walk until we reach Paiya. Overnight in Paiya.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Today we will walk towards Kari La Pass. We have descend down through Paiya and we need to follow a slippery path to reach Kari La. No matter the way is slippery, as you will be fascinated to see various Rhododendron and Bamboo forest around you. We will continue our trek until we reach Panggom. Overnight in Panggom.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Early morning breakfast. After reaching Panggom La Pass, we have to ascend down and cross the Penseng Kharka Khola which takes us to Peeng Kaharka Khola. We will reach Ningsow village just after crossing Ningsow Khola. Overnight in Ningsow.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

oday we will be able to see the beautiful views of Mera Peak and Salpa after reaching Ramailo Danda. On The way to Ramailo Danda we have to first descend a bit from Ningsow and then ascend upwards through Makalu Barun National Park. Then we have to follow the Pasang Lamhu Trail to reach Chhatra Khola.Overnight in Chhatra Khola.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Early morning breakfast. Today our trail goes straight towards Tashing Ongma which has seasonal tea shops. We will continue our trek until reach Kothe. Overnight in Kothe.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Breakfast. Short walk along the ridge of Hinku Khola. Lunch at Gondisung. A short walking to get Thankak, which is a summer graze area with prehistoric lodges and shops. Overnight in hotel.

  • Tea House

Today we have walk towards Dig Kharka throgh the Dig Glaciers. We will be able to see the beautiful and breathtaking view of Charpate Himal from Dig Kharka.Now we have to climb through the moarines of Hinku Nup and Shar Glaciers to reach Khare, from where we can see the Meera Peak. Overnight at Khare.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Today we will conduct a pre-climb training at Khare. All the trekking techniques, safety measures and ways of using and handling climbing gears such as the ice axe, climbing boots and crampons, harness, ascender, etc. If you are experienced and well trained mountaineer then it is not compulsory to take part in training session. Our main aim is to assist and guide the beginners who are willing to climb various peaks, considering the safety measures in mind. Overnight in Khare.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

We have to follow a steep trail paved with boulders to reach Meera High Camp. Our trail is sometimes rockey and sometimes snowy as well and can be difficult and hazardous at any time. On the way we will be able to enjoy the excellent views of Mt. Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, the south face of Lhotse, Nuptse, Chamlang and Baruntse. Overnight at Meera High Camp.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Today we will reach the summit of Meera Peak. It will be the most important and memorable part of your trekking as you will reach the summit. Today we have to wake up early at 2am and after having breakfast, we will set our journey towards peak. Definitely the early morning will be quiet cold, the trail will be quiet extraordinary and sometimes abnormal as well, but being able to reach the final step of summit will give you tremendous happiness, pleasure and lifetime memorable moment. From the summit, we will be able to have a breathtaking views of the mighty Himalayas including Mt. Everest (8,848m), Cho-Oyu (8,210m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m), Kangchenjunga (8,586m), Nuptse (7,855m), Chamlang (7,319m), Baruntse (7 ,129m). From here we have to return towards the Khare. We will spent our night at Khare.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Sometimes it is not only our will that takes us to the summit of the Meera Peak but also the favorable weather and health conditions are there to favor our will to reach the summit. So this is the day especially considered as contingency so that being unable to climb the summit on the targeted day can be compensated. This day won't be considered if no any barriers arise.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Today we will return back to the Kothe following the same path that we have used previously used. We will spent our night at Kothe.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Early morning breakfast. We will set our journey towards Thuli Kharka. We have ascends and descends and cross several streams before reaching Thuli Kharaka. Our night to be spent at Thuli Kharka.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Today we have to reach Lukla to return back to Kathmandu. Lukla is a beautiful valley surrounded by Cho Oyu, Kongde Peak, Numbur Himal, Kusum Khangru and other Himalayan peaks. We have to cross Zatrwa La Pass to reach this beautiful mountainous valley Lukla.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast,Lunch ,Dinner

Breakfast. Early morning flight to Kathmandu. Aerial views from aero plane will be astonishing as you will be able to view various scenic beauties, snowcapped mountains and other natural peaks. You will spend your night at hotel in Kathmandu. Farewell dinner from the Dream Heaven Adventure for successful accomplishment of your trekking.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 1400m

This is the last day of your stay in Nepal. Our airport representative will drop you up to the Tribhuvan International Airport.

  • Breakfast

Trip Map

Mera Peak Climbing map

Cost Details


  •  Required airport transfer ( international/domestic)
  • Double/twin sharing hotel in Kathmandu - 4 nights ( 3 star hotel)
  • Kathmandu city tour ( professional tour guide and private tourist car)
  • Accomodation in Tea house / tented camp as per itinerary
  • All meals while trekking/climbing ( 15 breakfast, 14 lunch and 14 dinner)
  • Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu flight ticket
  • Professional climbing/trekking guide
  • Necessary climbing staffs ( including their expences)
  • Strong porters to carry your baggage ( as per group size, normally 1 porter for 2 trekkers )
  • Special permit for Mera peak climbing and Sagarmatha national entry permit
  • Local government fee and necessary paper work for climbing
  • Group mountaineering/climbing equipments will be provided ( Tents kitchen/dining, toilet, mattress and other necessary things)
  • First aid kit
  • Equipments for trekking/climbing staffs


  • Meals in Kathmandu ( lunch and dinner )
  • Accomodation expect itinerary ( if any)
  • Your travel insurance
  • Your personal expences
  • Altitude chamber (PAC) or oxygen
  • Personal eauipments ( for climbing)
  • Other expences ( if any )

Good to Know

Travel Insurance

While every effort is made to ensure the safety of all participants, it is essential to note that personal travel insurance is not included in the mentioned prices. As a condition of booking, it is necessary for you to obtain a personal travel insurance policy. To safeguard against unforeseen circumstances, it is advisable to obtain a "Trip cancellation and medical insurance policy" before arriving in Kathmandu. This type of coverage is particularly crucial for individuals trekking in high altitudes, as it provides protection for injuries, medical treatment and expenses, lost baggage, and emergency air ambulance or helicopter rescue services.

Passport and Visa

To enter Nepal, you must possess a valid passport with at least 6 months of validity from your return date. Nepalese visas can be obtained from the Nepalese consulate in your country or upon arrival at Kathmandu airport. Please remember to bring two passport-size photos for your Nepal visa application. Indian nationals do not require a visa for entry into Nepal.

Visa Fees:

  • US $30 or equivalent foreign currency for a 15-day visa
  • US $50 or equivalent foreign currency for a 30-day visa
  • US $125 or equivalent foreign currency for a 90-day visa

Please note that tourists are allowed to stay in Nepal for a maximum of 150 days in a calendar year on a tourist visa.

Health and Fitness

All climbs and treks in Nepal require a significant level of fitness. Therefore, it is recommended to consult with your doctor regarding your health and fitness before traveling to Nepal. If you have any pre-existing medical conditions or disabilities, it is important to inform Dream Heaven Adventure, as they may affect your need for medical attention during the trip. Additionally, it is crucial to be aware of the risks associated with altitude sickness and frostbite, and allow yourself ample time to acclimatize to changes in altitude and temperature. These factors can potentially impact your ability to travel.

Some Important Tips for Climbing Mera Peak

The following tips are valuable for your Mera Peak climbing adventure:

  • Ensure you have the appropriate clothing, gear, and equipment. Instead of solely relying on website information, it is advisable to contact your agency or guide for detailed recommendations. Moreover, you can opt to rent gear in Nepal instead of purchasing expensive equipment. We can assist you in finding suitable rental shops.
  • If you are new to outdoor adventure or camping treks, it is beneficial to gain some experience beforehand. Trying out a wilderness camping environment prior to embarking on the Mera Peak journey will greatly aid in managing yourself effectively.
  • Make sure your hiking boots are broken in. It is not recommended to use new boots for the Mera Peak expedition, as they may lead to uncomfortable experiences such as blisters and foot pain.
  • Even if you are an experienced climber, it is advisable not to venture out alone. Hiring a professional and experienced guide and porter is essential to ensure a safe and successful journey.
  • Plan your itinerary with extra days to account for potential flight delays, cancellations, and unsuccessful summit attempts due to inclement weather. Mountain weather is highly unpredictable, and it may be necessary to wait until conditions become favorable for both flights and summiting.


  • Q1. How difficult is Mera Peak climbing?

    Mera Peak climbing is considered a challenging endeavor, requiring a good level of physical fitness and previous trekking experience. The ascent involves steep and icy terrain, high altitudes, and unpredictable weather conditions. Proper acclimatization and technical skills are necessary to ensure a safe and successful climb.

  • The duration of Mera Peak climbing varies depending on the route chosen and the trekking company you engage with. Generally, it takes around 15 to 20 days for a standard Mera Peak climbing expedition, including trekking to and from Lukla, acclimatization days, and summit attempts.

  • While prior climbing experience is not mandatory, it is highly recommended to have some level of mountaineering or trekking experience before attempting Mera Peak. Familiarity with basic mountaineering techniques, such as using crampons and ice axes, and experience with high-altitude trekking will enhance your safety and chances of success.

  • Mera Peak climbing requires specialized mountaineering equipment, including crampons, ice axes, harnesses, helmets, ropes, and climbing boots. It is advisable to consult with experienced climbing guides or trekking agencies to ensure you have the necessary equipment and gear for a safe and successful ascent.

  • While it is possible to climb Mera Peak independently, it is highly recommended to hire an experienced guide or join a reputable trekking agency. A knowledgeable guide can provide essential support, ensure your safety, and navigate the challenging terrain and weather conditions effectively.

  • The cost of climbing Mera Peak can vary depending on several factors, such as the trekking agency you choose, the services included, the duration of the expedition, and the number of climbers in your group. It is advisable to inquire with different trekking agencies to compare prices and services offered.

  • There are no strict age restrictions for climbing Mera Peak; however, it is important to consider the physical fitness and overall health of the climbers. Children and elderly individuals should consult with their healthcare provider and seek advice from experienced trekking professionals before attempting the climb.

  • During the Mera Peak climbing expedition, trekkers usually stay in tea houses or lodges along the route. These basic accommodations provide a warm bed, blankets, and meals. However, it is advisable to carry a sleeping bag suitable for colder temperatures to ensure comfort during the climb.

  • While specific training is not mandatory, it is beneficial to undertake physical fitness training and prepare your body for the challenges of high-altitude climbing. Cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and hiking with a loaded backpack can help improve your endurance and overall fitness level.

  • Yes, there are alternative routes for Mera Peak climbing, such as the Mera Amphu Laptsa Pass route and the Hinku Valley route. These routes offer different perspectives, additional challenges, and opportunities to explore diverse landscapes. Consult with experienced trekking agencies to determine the most suitable route for your preferences and abilities.

  • The success rate of summiting Mera Peak varies depending on various factors, including weather conditions, climbers' physical fitness, acclimatization, and the expertise of the climbing team. Generally, the success rate ranges from 75% to 85%, but it is important to note that individual results may vary.

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