Overview Mera Peak, Nepal’s highest trekking peak, is a popular climbing destination for beginners from all over the world. Mera Peak, located in the ancient Everest region, has served as a training ground for mountaineers since its inception. Similarly, Mera Peak is located in the Mahalangur sector of Nepal’s Solukhumbu region, which is the highest point of the Himalayas. The Mera Central (6,476m), Mera North (6,476m), and Mera South (6,476m) are the three main summits of Nepal’s highest trekking peak (6,065m). The first climbers of Mount Everest, Tenzing Norway Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary, initiated the custom of ascending the Mera Peak before and after the Everest expedition. Since then, its popularity has never waned; in fact, it has grown year after year. Mera Peak climbing is taken as the ground to prepare yourself before Everest climbing. Thousands of climbers visit Nepal every year solely for the purpose of ascending Mera Peak. Beginner mountaineers have a bigger share than experienced climbers. Mera Peak’s climbing and difficult environment is suitable for beginners to lace up their shoes. This is why it is regarded as the greatest mountain to begin a climbing expedition. Crampons, ice axes, and other mountaineering gear are put to the test for the first time during this Peak climbing. That isn’t to say that climbing is solely about ascent and descent. Mera Peak is a long yet magnificent journey across the world’s most picturesque region. From the top of Mera Peak, visitors may see four eight-thousanders: Mt Everest (8,848m), Mt Makalu (8,643m), Mt Cho Oyu (8,201m), and Mt Lhotse (8,586m). What could possibly be a greater gift for a mountain enthusiast than being surrounded by mountain peaks all day long? Mera Peak’s trek takes you via the famous Khumbu region. And this region has it all: Sherpa villages, lush forests, swinging suspension bridges, traditional gompas, monasteries, prayer flags, and so much more. It would take far too many words to describe what this peak climbing adventure has to offer. Climbing Mera Peak Mera Peak’s expedition with our crew is 18 days long and full of adventure. This adventure begins in Kathmandu, Nepal’s historic capital and capital. After a magnificent 35-minute flight from Kathmandu, we will arrive at Lukla. On the first day of the tour, you will hike up to Chhuthang shortly after landing in Lukla. Then you’ll travel to Thuli Kharka (4300m) over the Zatrawala Pass, which is breathtaking. Your trip continues towards Kothe after an overnight stop in the Thuli Kharka. You will leave Kothe early in the morning to travel to Thangnak (4326m). Your next stop will be Khare when you make it to Thangnak and spend the night there. The area of Khare offers sights of Mera Peak, which will be ascended soon. You will arrive in Khare for an overnight stay, but you will stay in Khare for another day to acclimate. This means you’ll stay in Khare for two nights before traveling to Mera Base Camp (5300m). Your Himalayan journey began at Mera Peak’s base camp and will continue to Mera High Camp (5,700m) and eventually to Mera Peak’s summit (6,476m). After successfully summiting Mera Peak, you will return to Khare for a night’s stay the following day. After that, you’ll retrace your steps back to Lukla. You’ll pass via Khare, Kothe, Thuli Kharka, and Lukla on this route in a few days. Your final night in the Khumbu region will be in Lukla, one night before your trip to Kathmandu.