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jeromelloyd
Bengaluru, India103 contributions
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Nov 2022
Mera Peak, the road less taken. Considered the highest trekking peak but, don’t get carried away.
It starts from Lukla. But NOTE: You’ll need to take bus from Kathmandu to Ramechap. They pick you up around 1am and you reach Ramechap at around 6am for a 15 flight to Lukla.All hikers need to take this route. Its an uncomfortable, really bumpy and a winding night drive through Nepals narrow and truck infested highways. Either the Govt has to really repair these roads or make flights from KT to Lukla/ Ramechap more accessible and cheaper. Or this drive has the potential to discourage hikers coming to Nepal, due to the inconvenience and safety reasons.

The temperatures are extreme and needs proper mountaineering gear and basic technical skill.Compared to EBC, this one is pretty tough and also rewarding. Throughout, you’re climbing mountains, to climb a mountain.

The tea houses get better as you go higher and also more and more expensive, stronger currencies may not feel that much of a pinch.
It gets pretty chilly, easily -20 and lower, so choose a good tea house. The little things they provide are so totally worth it. Like sealed windows, relatively clean toilets, decent food, hot showers, internet, etc.
All for a price, of course.

The views you get are anything but spectacular. Lesser traffic on this route, so the spirituality of the experience is more enriching.
Some of the route is treacherous. Lot of loose rocks as you traverse down 65 degree gorges or climb 70 degree gradient steeps.
Tumbles, ankle twists, scrapes part of the package, please be very cautious. No internet or phone network on the way. Except for a few tea houses.
All worth it when you get to see the most amazing sunsets of your life, from above the world, literally. Most of the trail is comparatively tough and would not recommend as a 1st trek.

Many go directly to High camp. I would recommend going to base camp and spending the night. This will cut a couple hours of hike to high camp and will get you acclimatized at 5400 m. Remember hiking with mountain gear and crampons in the snow, is not easy. If it’s a clear night, make sure you get out and watch the stars. The Milky way will put on a show that you will treasure for life!
High camp, is at 5800m, a cold, cramped a dirty place with remarkable views. Just try and kill time, gather energy, gear up and leave.

The push to the summit begins at about 1am, some start later. Earlier the better though. The climb is tough and will give you a chance to go slow and get some buffer time. Also post 8am the winds increase and make it harder to summit. Make sure you have a good head lamp to last through the night, really good gloves and layer up. Total mountaineering apparel should do the trick. Gets to minus 30 degrees and winds at 75 km/h keep knocking you off your feet. If you can get night glasses, the icy snow grains at piercing speeds blow right into your face and eye.
We were felt blinded a few times. Weather it’s your water bottle, glove, camera hold it tight. If you drop it while using, it will slide a few kilometers down. The sunrise by the mountain line on the way to the summit will take your breath away. Getting to the summit is long and arduous. But when you get there it’s surreal, rubbing shoulders with some of the highest peaks in the World. You’re definitely in the big league here but a truly humbling and exhilarating experience. The vista is nothing short of being miraculous. Take your photos and videos. Most importantly take a deep breath, enjoy the view, cherish the moment! Now get prepared for a 6-8 hour descent. Pack a change if you can, you layer up for the summit night, but gets pretty sunny during descent.
Written 29 December 2022
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Explore Treks
Kathmandu, Nepal19 contributions
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Oct 2022
My dream is to climb the Himalayas. but how to start climbing the high mountain. Did I think? so then I started from Mera peak and I learned how to adjust to the climate and some basic knowledge during the mere peak climbing. I made the summit of Mera Peak this autumn 2022. My next dream is Mount Everest !!
Written 5 November 2022
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ThirdRockAdventures
Kathmandu, Nepal77 contributions
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Oct 2019
Mera Peak Climbing takes you across the remote Hinku Valley and to the summit of Mera Peak, Nepal’s highest trekking peak. Lying in Solu Khumbu, the region with the five highest peaks in the world, the ascent up Mera Peak is strenuous but non-technical. The route to the mountain is straightforward and the inclines are less than 30 degrees. If you are a novice climber looking for a high altitude challenge and your first Himalayan summit then Mera Peak is the mountain for you. Climbing Mera Peak offers unique experience as you will conquer the soaring height of 6476m- you will be rewarded with incredible views of jagged mountains surrounding the peaks, some of which are some of the highest mountains in the world.
Written 20 January 2020
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Alexander M
Minsk, Belarus62 contributions
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Nov 2019
Mobile Connection.
It is not available everywhere on the route except Lukla.

Internet Access.
In the most lodges close to Mera Peak, Everest Link wi-fi internet is available. It is quite good, but lodge hosts sell only 10$ prepaid cards which valid only for 15 hours.
On Everest link website there are much more useful tariffs with validity of 30 days.

So, my suggestion is to visit EL office in Kathmandu before the trek and buy the package for long period to save money.
Written 7 November 2019
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bufferzone
Geelong, Australia2 contributions
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Nov 2018
All i can say is i climbed Mera in 99.World Expeditions are the best company to go with they were awesome.Very well organised and gave me every chance to summit this mountain the views were incredible.You will be up for a challenge,altitude sickness was the hardest thing.World Expeditions had a PAC Chamber which is great insurance if youre worried about it.
Written 27 October 2019
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Carol Su
Taipei, Taiwan9 contributions
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Oct 2018 • Solo
This is my 5th time and solo to Nepal, love hiking in this country.
Without my trekking guide, climbing guide's help and taking care , I can not make Mera Peak this time~
Even windy situation, climbing guide still led me to summit and take care me.
And my trekking guide also tare care and encourage me a lot.
And memorized my previous climbing guide-Mr. Chhongba , R.I.P
Thanks Krishna Dahal for your arrangement~
Written 28 November 2018
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Pasang S
Kathmandu, Nepal7 contributions
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Oct 2015
this peak is most challenging trek peak in nepal and different life style. you can see may mountain 8000m above from mera top this more save climbing peak in nepal.
Written 29 May 2016
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adventuremountains
Kathmandu, Nepal42 contributions
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Oct 2015 • Friends
Mera Peak Trek/climb
A beautiful landscapes, tough passes, forests, Hinku khola river, peaceful paths, friendly people and attractive Peaks are the reorganization of famous Mera Peak Climbing. The Peak also known as the highest beautiful over 6000meter peaks in Nepal but less technical requires. Every year people from around the world getting Mera peak permits, heading up to Khahare and sleep the last hotel/lodges , having great meals available with their climbing guides Sherpa, assistants team and fulfilled their wishes, breaking their records summiting the top of 6476m and taking back great experiences with them.
The Natural scenic view along the whole way really enjoy you, the peaceful path, green forests, clean water run river, hill and hilliscops, Smokey mountains terrain and clear sky with stars in the night surely motivate you in this trip. While you meet Nepalese people and get their warm hospitalities, their friendliness & helpfulness you must be happy. In this trek, you can make an adventure lukla flight, crossing wood made bridges, and hike the highest passes at 4600meters of Zatrwa la, Basecamp and High camp of Mera peak which are the parts of struggle in your trip.
From the Summit of Mera Peak, the best view you can see the Mt Everest 8848m, Makalu, Kanchenjungha, Lotse of eight thousand meters and other hundreds peaks. Minimum one or two night must sleep in the Tents at Basecamp of 5500m and High camp at 5800m which is the coldest place for this peak. The Sun rise and sunset views from the high camp and top of Mera, it’s amazing view!
Harder parts of the Trips:
If you take a way to Lukla to Zatrawa via Chhutunga,then you have to hike up about 1000meters in day to Pass at 4600m and similar passes until Zatrewa. From Thagnag to Khahar also will be harder day for you that you will get the snow line.Khahare to Mera Base camp and High camps are tough day. And Surely from High camp to Summit and back to Khahare are much harder you experience. When your foot on the Summit of Mera Peak- It’s outstanding then rest is nothing you feel. Every day is new for you.
Minimum Required days : 18 days- up to 22days
Meals: I would prefer to discuss over the pricing on this route. Meals are option to choose in Menu in Lodges/ tea shops. Obviously the price is higher because of transportation either you bring the foods from Jiri route or Lukla flights. Minimum you need per day $ 40 per person! Meals are great. Hot water, Tea/ Coffee are expensive. This year I did guide this trip and I found Chhutunga at Height 3050m, just one day far from Lukla, Zatrwa 2 days from Lukla and Khahare at 4900m/5000m, 5 days far from Lukla have the same price rs 1000 of Big pot Black Tea? How and why? And many other food items are similar prices in these palces.Many Climbers and guides are not satisfied with this price of Chutunga & Zatrawa! Hope they will correct the price while many people are suggesting them.
lodges: Lodges/hotels/small tea shops are available. Limited rooms, first come first service, No hot shower but if you request they give you hot bucket shower. Warm dining hall, kerosene heater hall but must be payable. Most of places they have local CDMA telephone but mostly not connecting properly.
Temperature: Below 5000m, during the day 15-25 degree Celsius, and in the night goes below minus(-) 5 and At Base camp high camp minus(-)10 to 20 and day+ 10 degree Celsius.
Internet at 4900m at Khahare, there is Internet service but very slow. And also they have Satellite phone service.
Medicine: You should have medicine to protect form cold, altitude sickness, loss of appetite, wound, headache, purification of water, antibiotic and better to have consultant with your doctor. There is no any clinic over 4000 meters in this route.
Experience Required:
For Mera Peak at 6,476m, it is a strenuous climb with some short, steeper sections of 35° snow. Ice axe and crampons, rope abseiling are required and previous experience of their use is essential.
Climbing Equipments:
→Mountain Ice axe
+→ Climbing Harness
+→ Karabiners
+→ Ice screws
+→ Snow bars
+→ Descenders
+→ Tents
Clothing Equipments:
+→ Warm climbing trousers
+→ Long cotton hiking shirts
+→ Waterproof climbing Jacket
+→ Gaiters
+→ Lightweight thermal/ insulated ski gloves
+→ Sun hat
+→ Light cotton athletic
+→ socks and wool
+→ climbing socks
+→ Long sleeved
+→ cotton/woolen shirts
+→ T-shirts
+→ Wool long underwear
+→ Down high altitude
+→ sleeping bag
+→ Sleeping pad
+→ Down jacket/ trousers/vest
+→ Climbing sunglasses
+→ Sunscreen
+→ Lip salve
+→ Lightweight fleece
+→ Fleece/wool for climbing
+→ Head torch /batteries/bulbs

Peak Permits: per person spring $250, Summer $70 and Autumn season $ 125 & winter $70 from NMA.
Climbing Sherpa but solo climber can climb at their own risk.

Who organize?
NMA Member Trekking Company can organize this Peak/expedition .
-They provide you Climb permit/ National park fees, Guide/porters/ Flights/Tents/Climbing Sherpas/cook & Itinerary.
Details Mera Peak Climbing day to day Itinerary looks like:
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu airport, transfer to Hotel .
Day 2: Sightseeing of Kathmandu Valley.
Day 3; Flight to Lukla [2850m]
We take an early morning flight to Lukla. During the flight, we can bask in the mesmerizing views of giant snow-capped mountain peaks. We will be camping for the night outside one of the many lodges.
Day 4 Trek to Chutanga [3050m]
On arriving at Lukla, we meet the trekking crew. We then head eastwards from Lukla. The trail crisscrosses through pristine hamlets and thick forest along Kalo Himal Ridge. We must stay aligned with our specific route. Otherwise, we may deviate from the target destination. At the time of winter, snow makes us transverse steep terrain. But during favorable climatic condition, the trail is usually straightforward. After 3-4 hours of trekking, we enter Chutanga.
Day 5 Rest at Chutanga
We spend one morememorable nights at Chutanga. This gives us sufficient time for acclimatization prior to confronting Zatrwa La. We can indulge in leisurely trek to a small 4000m peak below the Zatrwa Teng Pass. Excellent views unveil as we glimpse over the valley of the Dudh Kosi and the picturesque trail zigzagging towards Zatrwa La. After exploring, we descend back to our camp at Chutanga and succumb to complete relaxation.
Day 6 Trek to Tuli kharka / Zatra la [4300m]
The trail crosses the Kalo Himal Ridge which separates the Khumbu from the Hinku Valley. Further ahead, we transverse a comfortable path showcasing a cairned notch on the ridge with a collection of prayer flags at an elevation of 4450m. En route we may encounter yak herders. The views across the Dudh Kosi towards Karyolung and the Lumding Himal are very impressive and so is the view across the rolling foothills east of the Hinku Valley. Half an hour below the pass is a huge boulder which marks our campsite, Tuli Kharka. 6 to 7 hours of trekking finally take us to Tuli Kharka / Zatra la .
Day 7 Trek to Mosum kharka /Kothe[3700m]
The trail descends the rock-strewn path leading to a fine vantage point of the Hinku valley where mesmerizing views of the south face of Mera Peak become visible. The trail zigzags through forested areas and then descends steeply into the Hinku valley. Enchanting panorama of Peak 43 and Kusum Kangguru unfolds as we bask in the splendor of nature surrounding us from the Hinku Valley. We experience the most exotic and delightful feelings as we walk past forests of pine and rhododendron. Soon after reaching Mosum Kharka, we set a campsite by the banks of Hinku Drangka [river].
Day 8 Trek to Thangnag [4350m]
As we head to the west bank of the Hinku Khola northwards, forest blurs in and valley zooms out. We spot meadows being used as grazing areas for goats, sheep and yaks in the Upper Hinku. After several ascents for 4-6 hours, we approach summer settlement of Tangnag as we cross a single-plank bridge at Gondishung. We halt for lunch at this spot. Lying in its vicinity is 200 year-old gompa resting beneath a massive boulder and a number of crude mani walls. The trail offers an outstanding view of Peak 43.
Day 9 : Rest & acclimatize Thangnag
We utilize two days getting completely acclimatized. After proper rest, we can explore other adventure possibilities like strolling by Sabal Tsho, beautiful moraine-dammed lake which is hidden behind the Sabal Glacier and climbing a peak up to an altitude of nearly 5000m. We can also explore Hinku Nup Glacier which leads north toward Kangtaiga. The upper Hinku valley turns to the east at Thangnag, crossing the moraine of the Dig Glaciers.
Day 10: Trek to Khare [5000m]
As we walk away from Tangnag, the trail ascends to a wide grassy basin, popularly called Dig Kharka. We continue walking for hours. After a while, we arrive at Khare. There are many campsites at Khare and the most popular one is at the upper end of Khare lying beneath a group of boulders. We choose this site for camping. This campsite offers splendid vistas of huge north face of Mera, Hinku Shar Glacier and Mera La.
Day 11 : Khare upper end [5500m]
We use this day for acclimatization. After proper rest, we take a walk up to a small peak on the west side of the Hinku Nup Glacier, where we can reach a height of around 5500m. At this point, we get to capture stunning views of Mera La and Mera Peak.
Day 12 : Rest day This day has been specially set aside for giving us time to acclimatize completely and to have good rest. After relaxation, we get a further boost to lift up our adventure spirit.
Day 13: Trek up to campsite by lower part of Hinku Nup glacier . We follow the trail leading to Mera La. We continue transversing as far as the lowest part of the Hinku Nup Glacier. At this point, we get captivated by the exotic beauty of snow-slope and the panorama of Himalayan peaks.
Day 14: The ascent [6654m]-The summit on Mera Peak
Early in the morning at around 2am after breakfast, we advance towards the summit. By sunrise we can reach up to 6000m. With Incessant attempts, we finally scale the summit. From the summit, we can embrace the most spectacular view of at least five of the world's fourteen 8000m peaks. Most of this spectacular panorama can be seen from the site of the high camp and all of it is visible from 6000m. After the climb, we descend to the campsite on the Hongu side of the pass and same day continue descend to Khahare.
Day 15: Spare day for climbing in case of bad weather .
Day 16: Return trek to Mousum Kharka/Kothe.
Day 17: Trek to Tuli Kharka ( Zatra La).
Day 18 : Trek to Lukla.
Day 19: Flight to Kathmandu: From Lukla, we take an early morning flight to Kathmandu.
Written 17 January 2016
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015Trek
Brisbane, Australia5 contributions
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Oct 2015 • Friends
Reasons of when dishonourable action occurred by NEAT, described in order of when the actions occurred, are provided below. Paramount to the dissatisfaction is that the trek didn’t follow the agreed schedule, had incompetent trek guidance, only one of the four trekkers made Mera Peak summit, and the group was split into two groups, leaving one group without a guide – and only a porter.

The following discussion, for the benefit of readers is kept short, with little elaboration. Importantly, this company was recommended to me in Australia, and the trek was approx 12 months in the negotiation stage with the company. A deliberate decision was made to go directly to the local Nepal company, so as to ensure the tourist dollars spent on the trek fee went directly to those in Nepal.

1. No water purification tablets: We met with the guide. We said we have water purification tablets. The guide said he would provide water purification liquid in drop (liquid) form that were better. The guide’s intent to provide this was very clear. We subsequently left our tablets behind. The guide later said that no water purification would be provided.
2. NEAT guide didn’t follow agreed schedule, and didn’t consult efficiently with the group on his proposed changes: The schedule was agreed in writing before departure. Early in the trek, the guide altered the agreed schedule saying he was the expert, and his amendments would give us the best chance of summiting. The group, trusting expert judgement, while raising concerns, did not make many major objections. However, the major concern raised by the group was that all research indicated that those who rush the summit have least chance of making the summit. Clearly the group didn’t want to create disharmony in the group by disagreeing with the guide, and trusted the guide’s judgement. However the result was that 3 of the 4 trekkers in the group did not summit. The agreed itinerary below is compared with the guide’s amended itinerary. The agreed itinerary was fully researched and agreed but the expert guide ignored it. Clearly the guide shortened the agreed itinerary in a way to shorten the trip and save money for the company on days that were subsequently not used. Therefore the itinerary was changed, despite discussions and open communications with the trekkers each morning.

Days: Agreed Itinerary: Guide’s amended itinerary
01: Lukla - Chutok or Puiya Lukla - Chutok or Puiya
02: Chutok or Puiya - Pangkongma Chutok or Puiya - Pangkongma
03: Pangkongma - Nashing Dingma Pangkongma - Nashing Dingma
04: Nashing Dingma - Chalem Kharka Nashing Dingma - Chalem Kharka
05: Chalem Kharka - Danda Kharka Chalem Kharka - Danda Kharka
06: Rest day Rest day
07: Danda Kharka - Panch Pokhri
 NOT DONE
08: Panch Pokhri - Kothe
 Panch Pokhri - Kothe
09: Kothe - Thangnang. Kothe - Thangnang
10: Rest day acclimatization
 Rest day acclimatization
11: Trek to Khare Trek to Khare
12: Trek to Mera B.C. NOT DONE
13: Rest day acclimatization.
 NOT DONE
14: Mera BC to High Camp 
Day NOT DONE: KHARE to High Camp 
Day
15: Summit Trek to Khare NOT DONE: No one summited
16: Back up summit day if first not successful, or rest day NOT DONE: No back up summit allowed for by NEAT
17: Trek to Kothe Trek to Kothe
18: Trek to Chhetra la Trek to Chhetra la
19: Trek to Lukla Trek to Lukla

3. Insufficient acclimatisation days despite agreement: See the insufficient acclimatisation days in above schedule.
4. Insufficient training: See the insufficient training days in above schedule.
5. Guide drunk on one day: The guide was drinking alcohol with other porters on breakfast of a particularly demanding days walk.
6. 3 of the 4 in the group did not summit: Admittedly there can be many reasons for lack of summit. However, the major concern raised by the group was that all research indicated that those who rush the summit have the least chance of making the summit.
7. The trekking group, who intended to holiday and trek together, did not trek together: Surely a sign of a successful trek is to keep the group fit and healthy, but also to keep the group together. However, because of the guides amended schedule the group was forced to separate.
8. Unintelligent acclimatisation trek: A trek from 4000 metres to 5200 at Thangnang was undertaken in three hours. The guide rushed us up and down. We then attempted to summit two days later. Clearly, from 4000 metres to 5200 and then a summit attempt without sufficient rest days was more than the body can take, but the guides didn’t see it, despite other rest days being in the schedule – which could have been used but were not.
9. Given to a mountain Sherpa known not to have summited four times: This (that the Sherpa consistently did not summit) was independently confirmed through two separate sources who were Nepalese guides or porters. The lack of summit can occur for many reasons. However, it appears strange that a treking company would entrust your summit to a guide who has not recently summited.
10. NEAT mountain Sherpa not summiting, and needing to be led down the hill from approx 6000m: The mountain Sherpa claimed mountain sickness, and took the second position on the rope and was lead down the mountain to high camp by the trekker, while the Sherpa himself was sick, jeopardising the safety of the trekker. It is important to keep all people safe, including the Sherpa, yet it is strange that a mountain Sherpa with a dodgy record of summiting was entrusted to the guidance of the trekker.
11. Back up summit promised but not delivered: When asked to comply with the agreed schedule for a back up summit, the excuse was that the back up summit had not been appropriately planned. Appears strange when back up summit was clearly part of the schedule.
12. (Eventually the back up summit was organised after drawn out negotiation and the following reflects some of that).
13. Remaining trekker, who was doing the back up summit, was left with a porter as a guide from Khare to Lukla: When the group was split into two groups, one went down the mountain, and the other summited. The one summiting was left with a porter – and no guide.
14. Mountain Sherpa claimed he had only been paid for two days by NEAT: This would explain why he didn’t summit and didn’t immediately offer a back up summit. NEAT had agreement with him for two days – or so he claimed.
Written 25 October 2015
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Nadia1919
Chicago, IL306 contributions
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Oct 2014 • Solo
The view of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, Cho Yuo etc.. from High Camp on the Mera peak trail is one of the most incredible views that one might experience as a mere human (ie not from a plane). I would recommend this experience for anyone looking for the unique, off beaten path beauty of our planet.

Not an easy trek, but relatively accessible for people in generally good fitness shape and mental toughness.
Written 1 November 2014
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