The 4-day Mera Peak climb is one of the short yet thrilling climbs to the summit of the highest trekking peak, Mera Peak (6,476 m or 21,247 ft) in Nepal. The distance between Khare and Mera Peak is 57.4 km, which is a straightforward ascent.
This affordable 4-day climbing package for Mera Peak is specifically designed for individuals who want to do it with an experienced guide. The climbers can hike up to Khare on their own and meet our guide there (at one of the lodges we arranged after the trip booking).
After meeting the guide, they will prepare the equipment for Mera Peak and get ready for the following day's hike to Base Camp depending on the weather and the climbers' physical condition, we can also set up for high camp instantly.
This 4-day trip is designed for climbers who want to book a package for Mera Peak from Khare -Base camp- Mera Peak- Khare. For climbers who need to reach the summit of Mera Peak quickly and on a tight budget, the short Mera Peak Climbing package is one of the finest options!
Mera peak expedition includes 3 peaks: Mera North (6,476 meters), Mera Central (6,461 meters), and Mera South (6,065 meters). This mountain range is connected to the Mahalangur Barun sub-section of the Himalayan mountains of the Sagarmatha Zone Nepal.
If you want to climb a peak in Nepal, the Mera Peak Expedition is a fantastic choice. From the peak, one can see five of the six tallest mountains in the world (Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyo, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga). Due to its great elevation, it is a difficult trekking peak, yet crossing the high-altitude glaciers only takes moderate climbing skills.
Nepal Trek Adventure offers this short 4 days Mera peak climbing package at an affordable price with the best trekking services and guides. Trekkers who don't want to go up to Khare or who want to return to Lukla without trekking can also book NTA's Khare to Lukla helicopter tour.
Reasons You'll Love Climbing Mera Peak
- The tallest trekking mountain in the Khumbu Everest area is Mera peak.
- Affordable and less technical climbing trip.
- Acclimatization training is available at Khare, close to the settlement.
- Views of the tallest mountains in the world, including Everest (8848m), Makalu (8463m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), Baruntse (7129m), and Lhotse (8400m) from Mera Peak.
- No need to bring climbing gear from Kathmandu as you can simply rent it in Khare.
- From Luka to Khare, you can find excellent tea houses and lodges every day that serve a variety of foods.
- Rare fauna and flora in this area.
- Accommodation and food that is reasonable and hygienic
- Friendly and helpful local people and their amazing culture, tradition, and lifestyle.
Khare to Mera Peak Climbing for 2024 and 2025 with NTA
Nepal Trek Adventure offers carefully designed itineraries for climbing Mera Peak from Khare, catering to trekkers who wish to independently reach Khare and join our organized groups for the ascent. Throughout the primary trekking and climbing seasons (March, April, May, September, October, and November), our experienced climbing guides and support staff stay in Khare.
To reduce the burden on trekkers, we provide a fully stocked equipment store in Khare, allowing you to conveniently rent all necessary climbing gear locally instead of lugging it from Kathmandu. Our services include the arrangement of climbing equipment, camping tents, meals, skilled climbing guides, and essential staff directly from Khare.
With a gear rental facility in Khare, there's no need to transport climbing equipment from Kathmandu. Our team in Khare organizes all necessary provisions, including tents for accommodation, food, and climbing guides. To facilitate the obtaining of Khare Mera Peak Climbing Permits, we handle the paperwork in Kathmandu and provide your guide with the necessary documents before your arrival in Khare.
It's essential to note that our experienced climbing guides offer pre-climbing training in Khare, which is particularly beneficial for beginners. Therefore, arriving in Khare at least one day before your climbing date is crucial.
Trekking lovers seeking a thrilling challenge should not miss the opportunity to do Mera Peak climbing from Khare with Nepal Trek Adventure. Our well-crafted, detailed itinerary ensures a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Bookings are now open for 2024 and 2025, and we are flexible in tailoring the package to suit your time, budget, and endurance. For inquiries regarding the Khare Mera Peak Climbing Package cost, feel free to reach out to us.
Khare Mera Peak climbing in 4 Days with NTA
Nepal Trek Adventure has designed a four-day Mera Peak climbing itinerary with careful consideration for the well-being of our trekkers. We prioritize your safety and comfort during this challenging ascent.
After summiting the peak, spending the night at high camp may lead to discomfort such as altitude sickness, fever, and potential vomiting. To ensure your health and provide a more comfortable experience, we recommend returning to Khare after reaching the summit. Khare, with its familiar surroundings, allows you to recover and feel at home, enhancing your overall trekking experience.
Your safety and satisfaction are our top priorities, and we believe that this adjusted itinerary will contribute to a more enjoyable and risk-free Mera Peak climbing adventure with Nepal Trek Adventure.
Khare to Mera peak Climbing Cost for 2024 and 2025
The cost for Khare Mera Peak Climbing is $650 per person for the years 2024, 2025, and 2026 from Khare with us on a group joining basis.
However, prices vary based on the type of trip (private trek and group joining) as well as the mode of payment (paying individually or in a group).
No. of pax
2 to 3 pax
3 to 10 pax
Note: The cost of the Khare to Mera Peak Climbing may also increase as per the requirement for additional services.
Khare to Mera Peak Climbing Route
The traditional route from the north involves trekking across high-altitude glaciers. The peak's west and south faces provide more challenging technical routes. The Mera Peak climbing offers 360-degree panoramic views of the Khumbu region's various peaks, including Mount Everest (8848m), Kangchenjunga (8586m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8485m), and Cho Oyu (8201m).
The Mera peak climbing starts at Khare. We will meet you at Khare. With the assistance of the guide, you will prepare your hiking equipment on the same day. They will provide you with all the information you need for the trek, and the following day you will begin your journey to base camp while taking in the scenery which will take around 2 to 3 hours to reach and rest for the day.
The next day, you must make the three to four-hour trek to the high camp. As soon as we arrive at the high camp, we'll take in the scenery and rest up for the summit walk the next day. On the last day of the trek, you will then go in the direction of Mera peak. When we reach our destination, we will do the same trip back to Khare.
Khare- Base camp- High camp - summit and back to Khare
Best Season for Mera Peak Climbing from Khare
The best seasons for Mera Peak Climbing are the spring season (March to June) and autumn (September to December). The trekking expedition to Mera Peak from Khare is far more enjoyable and less strenuous during these two seasons. For a far better climbing experience at Khare Mera Peak, it is recommended to choose the best climbing season.
What to expect from 4 days of Khare Mera Peak Climbing?
Beginning on the Khare Mera Peak Climbing expedition promises an awe-inspiring adventure amidst the majestic Himalayan Mountains, offering an indelible experience. Here's a glimpse of what to anticipate:
- The expedition from Khare to Mera Peak unfolds against the backdrop of Nepal's enchanting landscapes, featuring glaciers, snow-covered expanses, dramatic gorges, and high-altitude panoramas.
- As the highest trekking peak in Nepal, Mera Peak stands at an elevation of 6,476 meters, demanding both physical skills and mental endurance to confront the challenges of high altitude.
- Despite its popularity as a relatively accessible trekking peak, the final ascent to Mera Peak's summit includes technical climbing aspects. Crossing steep and icy terrain requires the use of essential equipment such as ropes, ice axes, and crampons.
- Reaching the summit of Mera Peak rewards climbers with awe-inspiring vistas of some of the world's loftiest peaks, including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyo, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga.
- The expedition provides an enriching cultural experience, offering encounters with the Sherpa community, visits to local villages, and exploration of ancient monasteries.
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