Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing
At a Glance
  • Trip Duration16 Days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Conquer the highest trekking peak in Nepal, Mera Peak
  • An adventurous 18-day journey in the rarely visited Hinku Valley of the eastern Himalayas 
  • A perfect peak for beginner climbers with no technical sections
  • An offbeat trekking route through meadows, lush rhododendron forests, and remote villages
  • Travel far away in the remote Himalayas, lets you unwind and challenge yourself
  • Witness breathtaking views of  five 8-thousander mountains along with many others
  • Guided by a team of expert mountaineers who will provide you with pre-climbing training to boost your confidence
  • Make lifelong memories and witness some of the most stunning landscapes
  • Explore the exotic flora and fauna of Makalu Barun National Park
  • Immerse yourself in the daily lifestyle of the locals and explore the rich cultural heritage of Himalayan people

"Embark on an 18-day adventurous journey in the Himalayas of Nepal and reach the summit of Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak in Nepal. This exhilarating venture promises to take you through stunning landscapes, picturesque Sherpa villages, and incredible mountain vistas. Challenge yourself physically and mentally as you navigate through the rugged terrain, high altitude, and changing weather conditions. Join us on this unforgettable expedition and achieve the feat of a lifetime by conquering the magnificent Mera Peak."

Embark on an 18-day Mera Peak climbing expedition and experience the thrill of scaling Nepal's highest trekking peak. Nestled in the scenic Hinku Valley of the famous Everest Region, Mera Peak offers a relatively easy climb with a rewarding view from its summit. As a favorite among climbers who visit Nepal, Mera Peak is an excellent acclimatization peak for those planning to scale Mount Everest or any of the major peaks in the Khumbu region.

The route to Mera Peak is offbeat and follows rarely visited Hinku Valley. This secluded trail is surrounded by wild and pristine landscapes with very few human settlements, providing a unique and authentic trekking experience. During the climb, you will spend most nights at cozy guest houses situated at isolated Kharkas or summer camps of yak herders.

The overall Mera peak climbing journey takes you far away in the remote Himalayas, lets you unwind and challenge yourself, and offers jaw-dropping views of five 8-thousander mountains- Everest (8,849 m/29,032 ft), Kanchenjunga (8,586 m/28,169 ft), Cho Oyu (8,188 m/26,864 ft), Lhotse (8,516 m/27,940 ft), and Makalu (8,463 m/27,766 ft).

Itinerary disclaimer

We have the best Mera Peak climbing itinerary that lets you acclimatize and enjoy the journey to the fullest. However, if you wish to make changes and customize the Mera Peak package as per your requirements, feel free to contact us at or +977 9801048210.

We are very flexible with our itineraries and always ready to tailor-make them as per our guest's needs. Do know that doing changes in the itinerary and the services may vary the Mera Peak climbing cost. 

Mera peak climbing- best trekking peak for beginners in the Himalayas of Nepal

If you're an aspiring mountaineer looking to conquer the Himalayas but not sure if your body can handle the challenges, consider our Mera Peak climbing 18 days package. With no technical sections, Mera Peak is one of the easiest peaks to climb in the Himalayas, making it an excellent choice for beginners. However, don't be fooled - climbing Mera Peak still requires pushing yourself in the harsh environment of the mountains.

We take your safety and success seriously, and our Mera Peak climbing 18-day itinerary is designed to be approachable while still providing an unforgettable adventure. Our team of expert mountaineers will be with you every step of the way to ensure a smooth and enjoyable climb.

Along the journey, you'll make lifelong memories and witness some of the most stunning landscapes Nepal has to offer. From the moment you arrive in Kathmandu to the exhilarating flight to Lukla and up to the summit of Mera Peak, A1 Excursion will be there to guide you through every step of this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Wonders of Mera Peak climbing 

Unlike the popular Sagarmatha National Park, your Mera Peak adventure takes you deep into the untouched wilderness of the Makalu Barun National Park. The journey begins from Ningsow (2,863 m/9,394 ft) to Chhatra Khola (2,800 m/9,187 ft), offering a chance to immerse yourself in the daily lifestyle of the locals and explore their rich cultural heritage. 

The Sherpas are one of the ethnic groups that reside along the Mera Peak route. Their warm hospitality and distinct way of life make this experience all the more special. Traversing opposite the mainstream EBC trail allows you to escape the crowds and immerse yourself in the pristine wilderness of the region. Trekking is an essential part of the Mera Peak climb, allowing you ample time to acclimatize and adjust to the environment. 

A rest day at Khare gives you the opportunity to prepare for the climb ahead, where you'll receive pre-climbing training from your experienced team leader to boost your confidence. From Khare, you'll push towards Mera High Camp (5,780 m/18,964 ft), before making the final ascent to the summit. 

With one of the most straightforward climbing routes in the region, you'll primarily be walking on thick snow slopes while following the footsteps of your experienced team leader. Scaling Mera Peak offers an excellent opportunity for novice climbers to gain valuable experience in high-altitude mountaineering.

Mera Peak climbing route

During our Mera Peak expedition, we set up a high camp at an altitude of 5,780 meters or 18,964 feet. This strategic location makes our summit push shorter and more manageable. Our Mera Peak High Camp is situated on a rocky shelf behind a large vertical rock, providing us with some much-needed protection and shelter from the harsh mountain environment.

From our high camp, we will follow the northern route toward the summit, carefully managing our pace to conserve our energy and ensure our safety. Throughout the climb, we'll witness astonishing views of the surrounding mountains, which will serve as a constant source of inspiration and motivation.

Mera peak pre-climbing training

Pre-climbing training for Mera Peak will prepare you for the challenging ascent ahead. Our guides will provide you with a comprehensive training program that covers various climbing skills, including ice climbing and the proper use of crampons and other essential mountain gear.

Through these training sessions, you will learn important techniques for navigating tricky terrain, managing equipment, and assessing potential hazards. You'll also gain a greater understanding of how to conserve your energy and stay mentally focused throughout the climb.

Alternative climbing packages in Nepal

Nepal is home to hundreds of mountains and among them, more than 400 are open for the expedition. We have a handful of trekking peaks in Nepal that allow beginner climbers to set foot in mountaineering and learn essential climbing skills before approaching much higher and more technical mountains in the Himalayas. Some of our best climbing packages in Nepal are- Pisang Peak Climbing, Lobuche Peak Climbing, Island Peak Climbing, Chulu East Peak Climbing, etc.

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As you arrive in Nepal, you'll be greeted with a stunning panoramic view of the Himalayan range while entering Nepalese airspace. After landing at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you can complete your visa formalities, and our representatives will be waiting for you at the terminal gate with a name card and transfer you to your hotel. Take some time to rest and unpack before we meet you in the evening for a warm welcome dinner.

  • Accommodation:Hotel

Today marks the beginning of our Mera Peak climbing adventure. We will be catching an early morning flight to Lukla Airport, the starting point of the trail. The flight is brief, but the breathtaking views of the Himalayas make it a truly unforgettable experience. At Lukla, our team will be joined by experienced porters,

We'll commence our trek towards Paiya via a less-traveled route that offers a unique view of Mera Peak. Our trail takes us through lush forests and across Handi Kola, leading us to Surke village. We'll then continue trekking across the Chutok La pass, finally arriving at Paiya, where we will spend the night.

  • Trip Duration:35 minutes flight & 5-6 hours trek
  • Accommodation:Guesthouse

After a restful night in Paiya, our next destination is Panggom. We will descend on a trail leading to a small bridge before crossing it and continuing along a slippery path. Gradually, we will ascend to Kari La pass, surrounded by dense forests of bamboo and rhododendron. 

As we emerge from the woods, we'll be greeted with stunning views of the Dudh Kosi Valley and the breathtaking Himalayan mountain range. Panggom is a small but picturesque settlement that we'll be reaching by the end of the day. 

  • Trip Duration:5-6 hours
  • Accommodation:Guesthouse

Our journey continues as we trek towards the stunning Panggom La pass. After ascending the pass, we'll continue on a northward path, crossing the Peseng Kharka River and ascending uphill towards the Peseng Kharka Danda. As we trek, we'll be treated to stunning views of the snow-capped mountains around us. The trail will then lead us to the Ningsow River, which we'll cross before entering the charming village of Ningsow.

  • Trip Duration:4-5 hours
  • Accommodation:Guesthouse

We'll start the day off right with a scrumptious breakfast amidst the peaceful surroundings of Ningsow. Our trek continues with a short uphill ascent, followed by a descent for about half an hour. Then, we'll ascend again towards Ramailo Danda, a scenic spot that offers a breathtaking view of Mera Peak. 

The trail further takes us up and down as we make our way into the stunning Makalu Barun National Park. Along the way, we'll follow the Pasang Lhamu trail and may have the chance to spot red pandas amidst the bamboo trees. Finally, we'll reach Chhatra Khola.

  • Trip Duration:7-8 hours
  • Accommodation:Guesthouse

We will trek along the lateral moraine of Dig Glacier. The trail is moderately challenging, with some steep uphill and downhill sections. We'll cross numerous streams on the way and walk through beautiful rhododendron forests. After a few hours of trekking, we reach Kothe, a scenic village surrounded by beautiful mountains. 

  • Trip Duration:6-7 hours
  • Accommodation:Guesthouse

After breakfast, we begin our trek and follow the Hinku River. The trail ascends to Gondishung, where we stop for lunch and visit Lungsumgba Gompa. Afterward, we’ll continue our trek to Thangnak, a beautiful summer pasture surrounded by mountains. We'll spend the night here, and you can explore the area and enjoy the stunning views.

  • Trip Duration:3-4 hours
  • Accommodation:Guesthouse

We will begin our trek early in the morning from Thaknak towards Mera Base Camp, also known as Khare. The trail is quite challenging, as we will be walking on a rocky path. We will be making our way to the base camp slowly, taking in the stunning views of the surrounding peaks. Upon reaching the base camp, we will have lunch and take a rest for the day, preparing for the climb to Mera Peak.

  • Trip Duration:2-3 hours
  • Accommodation:Guesthouse

During the acclimatization day in Khare, we will take a short hike toward Mera La. We will walk for a few hours and return to Khare to rest and prepare for the climb. This day will also allow us to explore Khare village and interact with locals. It's a great way to learn about their culture and lifestyle. The rest day is crucial for successful Mera peak climbing, and we advise you to take it seriously.

  • Accommodation:Guesthouse

Today, we will climb towards Mera High Camp. Our route will take us across the expansive Mera Glacier as we ascend. On the way, we will encounter the challenging trail that leads up to Mera La pass. Brace yourself for a steep climb through snowy and rocky tracks.

Once we reach Mera La, the trail will become even steeper towards Mera High Camp. It's an uphill struggle, but the stunning views of the surrounding mountains like Everest, Baruntse, Makalu, Chamlang, and Nuptse pay for our efforts.

We'll spend the rest of the day at the high camp, allowing ourselves time to recover and soak in the magical panorama of the mountains. The crew will set up the tents and prepare meals, ensuring that we have everything we need to rest and recuperate.

  • Trip Duration:5-6 hours
  • Accommodation:Camp

Taking advantage of the best summit window, we will depart from Mera High Camp and climb towards the summit. We will rise at 2 AM to ensure that we reach the peak before noon and safely return to base camp, as the unforgiving winds make it impossible to move after 12 PM. 

As you follow the footsteps of your guide, you'll navigate the climb without encountering any technical sections. However, the altitude and harsh surroundings make the climb extremely challenging.

Once we successfully reach the summit of Mera Peak, the breathtaking panoramic views of the Himalayan mountains will unfold before our very eyes. After achieving this remarkable feat, we will descend to Khare to spend the night.

  • Trip Duration:9-10 hours
  • Accommodation:Camp

This day is an extra day added to the itinerary for unforeseen circumstances during the trek. If we do not encounter any delays or bad weather during the climb, we may have a full day in Kathmandu to explore the city. In case we have to use this day, we can use it to acclimatize more, rest, or wait for a better summit window. 

    We'll follow a well-defined trail that leads us toward the Hinku River valley. Walking downhill, we pass through several Sherpa settlements. The trail is relatively easy compared to the previous days' treks. We will pass by Gondishung and Lungsumgba Gompa again. We'll take a break here and rest our legs before we head towards Tashing Ongma. After walking for some time, we’ll reach Kothe.

    • Trip Duration:4-5 hours
    • Accommodation:Guesthouse

    We will leave Kothe after having a filling breakfast and start our trek to Thuli Kharka. The trail for the day involves more uphill walks than descents. We will walk through a lush forested trail that goes towards the western side of the Hinku Valley. We can witness the superb mountain panorama on the way. Likewise, we will come across numerous streams and small waterfalls along the trail. 

    • Trip Duration:5-6 hours
    • Accommodation:Guesthouse

    On the final day of our trek, we will leave Thuli Kharka and begin our ascent towards the Zatrawala pass. The trail will be steep and rocky, but the stunning views of the Himalayan mountains will make the climb worthwhile. After reaching the top of the pass, we will begin our descent toward Lukla. The trail will take us through lush forests. We will enjoy the natural beauty of the surroundings and reach Lukla. 

    • Trip Duration:6-7 hours
    • Accommodation:Guesthouse

    After a thrilling trek, it's time to head back to Kathmandu. We will take an early morning flight from Lukla, enjoying the scenic views of the Himalayas one last time. Once we reach Kathmandu, our guide will drop you off at your hotel in Thamel. You will have the rest of the day to yourself to explore the city, do some shopping, or simply rest. 

    • Trip Duration:35 minutes
    • Accommodation:Hotel

    Today, you have a full day in Kathmandu. You can visit tourist sites like Monkey Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. We will meet in the late evening for a farewell dinner, where you can share your experiences and memories from the trek. End the day by taking a stroll on the bustling streets of Thamel, taking in the sights and sounds of this vibrant city.

      Our Mera peak climbing journey has come to an end. Today is the day you will be departing for your next destination. Our airport team will be there to assist you with your luggage and drop you at the international airport terminal gate as per your flight departure time.

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        Mera Peak climbing difficulty

        From a technical standpoint, Mera Peak presents a more manageable climbing challenge than either Island Peak or Lobuche Peak. However, at a height higher than any other trekking peak in Nepal, Mera Peak is still a formidable climb. The extreme exposure to sun, wind, and altitude, combined with the harsh, snowy terrain of the Himalayas, make Mera Peak climbing a highly demanding physical feat. 

        The ascent follows a straight path up a glacier, with slopes that never exceed 30 degrees, and ropes are fixed for added safety. Basic climbing gear, such as crampons and ice axes, is required for the climb. The journey to the top of Mera Peak is divided into three phases: Phase I involves trekking to the base camp, Phase II is the actual climbing period, and Phase III encompasses trekking back to Lukla. 

        Distance: Mera Peak climbing involves trekking a distance of approximately 125 kilometers, depending on the route taken

        Terrain: Traverse across dense forests & mountain passes and navigate through rushing rivers, followed by steep and rocky moraines of the Dig Glacier. As for the climbing difficulty level, Mera Peak is considered an Alpine PD climb. The slopes never exceed 30 degrees, and ropes are fixed for safety during the ascent. 

        Altitude sickness: Given the high elevation of Mera peak climbing, there is an obvious risk of altitude sickness during the journey. All we can do is take preventive measures to avoid it. Be aware of symptoms like headache, fatigue, dizziness, shortness of breath, and nausea. We take ample acclimatization days along with regular breaks and drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated to avoid altitude sickness during the Mera peak climbing. 

        Accommodation & meals during the Mera Peak climbing

        During the Mera Peak trekking, you will stay overnight in the guesthouses along the trail. The guesthouse is well-maintained and provides a warm and comfortable place to rest after a long day of trekking. Each guest house has a central communal area with a stove, which provides warmth and a place to socialize with other climbers. 

        The bedrooms are typically small and unheated. Each comes with two beds and mattresses, blankets, and pillows. Trekkers will need to bring their own sleeping bags to stay warm at night. Some of the lodges still use the infamous ‘drop’ toilets, while most now have flush systems, ensuring a more comfortable experience for climbers. At Mera Peak high camp, you'll be staying in alpine tents.

        You can expect a variety of good quality food, including local Nepali and Sherpa dishes as well as Western recipes. The local Dal Bhat, thukpa, and Momos are highly recommended. Burgers and chips are common in Lukla. They are less likely to be found on the Mera Peak trail, as this area is not as developed or busy as the main trail north of Lukla to Everest.

        Mera Peak climbing season

        Plan your Mera Peak climbing adventure during Autumn or Spring to ensure optimal weather conditions, comfortable temperatures, and breathtaking views. Check the Mera Peak weather forecast and consult with local guides before embarking on any trekking or climbing adventure in Nepal to ensure safety and avoid any unforeseen circumstances.

        With stable temperatures and low chances of precipitation, Autumn and Spring in Nepal offer the most stunning views of the surrounding mountains and landscapes. The clear skies during these seasons provide unobstructed views of the snow-capped peaks and lush valleys. The climate during spring and autumn is generally dry, which makes the trekking trails more accessible.

        On the other hand, Winter in Nepal has very cold temperatures and sees heavy snowfall, which can make trekking and climbing extremely difficult and dangerous. Low temperatures can also cause frostbite and hypothermia if proper precautions are not taken. Similarly, the Monsoon in Nepal is known for its heavy rainfall and high humidity, which can make trekking trails slippery and muddy. The rainfall can also cause landslides and floods in certain areas, which can be life-threatening for adventurers.

        Mera Peak climbing packing list

        • Head & Hand: Sun Cap, Wool/Fleece Hat, Balaclava, Neck Gaiter/High Neck, Lightweight Synthetic Liner Glove, Wind Stopper Fleece Gloves, Heavy Gloves (Mitten) 

        • Upper Body: Short-Sleeved Shirts/T-shirts, Lightweight Top/Thermo Coat, Midweight Top, Synthetic or Fleece Jacket, Down Insulated Jacket, Gore-Tex Jacket

        • Lower Body: Underwear, Lightweight Long Underpants, Midweight Long Underpants, Trekking Pants, Synthetic Insulated Pants, Gore-Tex Pants, Trekking & Climbing Socks, Summit Socks 

        • Technical Devices/Climbing Gears: Climbing Helmet, Headlamp with Spare Batteries (Petzl/BD), Ice Axe Semi-technical, Harness, Carabiners (Both Lock & Unlock), Ascenders/Jumar, Belay Device (ATC Guide/Figure of 8), Assistant Rope, Tape Sling, Ice Screw, Summit Boot/G2SM, Crampons, 1 Sleeping Bag: -30 +C to -40 +C, Thermarest Cell Foam Mattress, Sun/Glacier Glasses UV Protection, Snow Goggle UV Protection, Extendable Trekking Poles (BD Alpine Flz) 

        • First Aid Kit: Sunscreen (-50 Spf), Lips Guard (-20/-50 Spf), Water Purification Tablets, Baby Wipes or Wet Towels, Handy Plaster, Crack Bandage, Tincture, Lodine, Strepsils, Antibiotic, Paracetamol, Aspirin, Sinex, Anti-Diarrhea, Capsule/Eldoper, Brufen/Ibuprofens, Diamox, Eye Drops, Zip-Lock Bag

        • Toiletries: Hand Sanitizers & Hand wash, Wet Tissues, Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Bath Soap, Shampoo, Moisturizers, Laundry Soap, Garbage Bag 

        • Miscellaneous: Swiss Knife, Sandals, Lightweight Hiking/Trekking Boots, Camp Bootie, Rucksacks (45 - 55 Ltr.), 1 Duffel Bag, Water Bottles, Thermos/Flask, Pee Bottle, Pack Towel, Umbrella/RainCoat, Spare batteries, Waterproof Stuff, Sacks, Satellite Phone (if possible), Solar chargeable power bank (optional), Journal/Pen, Book/Board Game, Bars & Snacks

        • Travel Documents: Valid Passport, Valid Visa, 4 PP Size Photo, Insurance Paper (Medical & Rescue) & Contact Address, Family/Company Contact Number & Address, Credit Card

        Benefits of Mera Peak climbing with A1 Excursion

        We, A1 Excursion, are a premier adventure travel company for Mera Peak climbing in Nepal. Our team of experienced and certified guides will accompany you throughout the trek, ensuring your safety and comfort. We offer customized itineraries that are flexible & can be adapted to meet your needs and preferences. Our itineraries are designed to maximize your time and optimize your Mera Peak climbing experience.

        Likewise, our Mera Peak climbing packages are competitively priced and offer excellent value for money. We strive to make adventure travel accessible to everyone, without compromising on quality. Our team is available 24/7 to answer your queries and address your concerns. Contact us today to learn more about our Mera Peak climbing 2023/2024 departures and book your adventure of a lifetime.

        Last-minute bookings

        To book a Mera Peak expedition at the last minute, you'll need a valid passport, visa, and travel insurance that covers high-altitude climbing, emergency medical expenses, and evacuation. Mera Peak climbing is a physically demanding activity, and you'll need to be in good physical condition to undertake the trek.

        To make a last-minute booking, you'll need to make full payment in advance. We accept payment through various modes, including credit cards, bank transfers, and online payment platforms. Bookings done at the last minute will not make you eligible for any refund if you fail to join the trip/

        Mera Peak climbing tips

        • Travel Insurance: Buy travel insurance that covers high-altitude climbing, emergency medical expenses, and air evacuation. Mera peak climbing is an adventure in a very remote area with no road connection or health facilities. In case of any injury or emergency during the climbing, we have to air evacuate you to a hospital in Nepal. And it requires travel insurance to cover any expenses. 

        • Luggage: Lightweight and waterproof luggage is essential for Mera Peak climbing, so we use duffle bags. Pack only necessary items and avoid overpacking. You can store any extra clothes and suitcases in our office. Just make sure to lock it properly. We have a 10kg weight limit for the duffle bag and a 5kg weight limit for the backpack for each participant. 

        • Travel Visa: A tourist visa is required to enter Nepal. It can be obtained on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport or through the Nepalese embassy in your home country. Check your country's visa eligibility for an on-arrival visa before leaving your country as some countries are not qualified for an on-arrival visa in Nepal.

        • Currency & ATM: The Nepalese rupee (NPR) is the official currency. ATMs are available in major cities, but it is recommended to carry enough cash for remote areas. There is no ATM on the Mera Peak route, so withdraw ample Nepali cash to use during the Mera Peak climbing venture. 

        • Charging and Internet: Charging facilities and Wi-Fi are available at guesthouses along the trekking trail, but it may come at an additional cost. These expenses are not covered in our Mera peak climbing cost, so you have to bear it by yourself. 

        • Personal Expenses: Additional expenses like snacks, bottled water, and hot showers can add up during the trek. It is recommended to have some extra cash for such expenses.

        • Tips: It is customary to tip guides and porters in Nepal. The amount can vary based on the quality of service provided, but a general rule of thumb is to tip 10-15% of the total cost.

        • Mera Peak is one of the easiest peaks in Nepal to climb. This peak has no technical sections, which makes it perfect for new climbers. However, it is also the highest trekking peak in the Himalayas, which makes Mera Peak climbing physically very demanding. In short, Mera Peak climbing is doable for anyone with strong support and fitness. 

        • Yes, a beginner can climb Mera Peak. Moreover, Mera Peak is one of the best peaks to climb as your first. The mountaineering experience is commendable and teaches you a lot about alpine climbing. 

        • From Khare, the base camp of Mera Peak, we make a high camp, and from there, it takes 8 to 9 hours to reach the summit and climb back to the base camp. The entire journey is 14 to 18 days long.

        • Yes, Mera Peak is harder than Kilimanjaro. Climbing Mera Peak demands more endurance and strength training, which makes it harder. 

        • No, Mera peak climbing is not harder than Island peak climbing in terms of technicality. However, the higher altitude of Mera Peak makes the venture demanding. 

        • No, you cannot climb Mera Peak without a guide. As per the climbing rules in Nepal, the climbing expedition has to be organized by a licensed Nepali trekking and climbing company and guided by a licensed mountain guide. We are one of the best Mera peak climbing companies that offer genuine cost and top-notch service. 

        • Mera peak expedition costs around USD 2500 to USD 3500. The cost of the package may differ from one travel company to another as per their itinerary and services included in the package. 

        • To prepare for Mera peak climbing, you have to do strength training, cardiovascular training, and endurance training. You can go gym for strength training to build your core strength and leg muscles. Likewise, to increase your stamina, you can do swimming, running, hiking, and cycling. We also recommend walking regularly with a 5kg backpack on you. 

        • The best Mera peak route goes from Lukla to Paiya and continues to Ningsho via Pangkongma. Further trekking through Chhatra Khola, you will pass by Kothe and Thaknak before reaching Khare, the base camp of Mera Peak. You will cross three mountain passes during the entire journey- Kari La, Mera La, and Zatrwa La.

        • Yes, you can see Everest from the Mera Peak summit. Along with Everest, you will also get to witness some of the other highest mountains in the world, like Cho Oyu, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, and Lhotse.

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