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Khare to Mera Peak - 4 Days

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Good to Know
  • Duration 4 Days
  • Trip Grade High
  • Trip Destination Mera Peak
  • Starts at Khare
  • Ends at Khare
  • Max. Altitude 6,476 m
  • Trip Type Mountaineering
  • Transport By Trek / Flight / Helicopter
  • Accommodation Tented Camping

Highlights

  • 4 days short Mera Peak Expedition (Khare- Mera peak- Khare)
  • affordable for climbers
  • Affordable package for climbing Nepal's highest trekking peaks, Mera Peak
  • most appropriate for experienced climbers
  • Amazing view of the tallest mountains  like  Everest (8848m), Makalu (8463m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), Baruntse (7129m), and Lhotse (8400m)
  • Lifelong experience of climbing the tallest mountain via a straightforward route

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

Cost

1 pax

$750

2 to 3 pax

$695

3 to 10 pax

$650

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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Itinerary
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  • Highest Altitude5,045 m
  • AccommodationTea House in Khare

We will meet with the climbing experts and have all of our climbing gear ready on the first day of our expedition to climb Mera Peak, which will start from Khare. We will practice ice climbing today, but it will depend on the time of year we travel. It would be replaced by straightforward hiking and gear-using techniques if there's no ice to be seen. We'll go on hikes to see Mera La's breathtaking scenery. You'll receive instruction from our climbing experts on how to climb and what to avoid doing so. We will work on our technique for a few hours at the Glacier before returning to our camp in Khare, where we will spend the night.

  • Duration2- Hours
  • Highest Altitude5,300 M
  • AccommodationTented Camping

We'll be heading to Mera Peak Base Camp today, which is located at a height of 5,350 meters. We should arrive at Mera Peak Base Camp in three to four hours, where we will set up camp for the evening. We will be guided towards Mera La pass, which is located at an elevation of 5,415m and will reward us with views of mystical landscapes and spectacular mountain scenarios, as we proceed across the moraine above Khare and pass through some boulders. After there, we'll descend toward Hongu and continue on to the Base Camp. We'll locate a suitable camping location and set your camp there or stay in a lodge.

  • Duration4-5 Hours
  • Highest Altitude5,780m
  • AccommodationTented Camping

On the third day, we will continue moving in the direction of the High Camp, which is located at a height of 5,750 meters. The journey to the High Camp won't be that long; it will only take around 4 to 5 hours. As we camp there for the rest of our stay, we will be surrounded by breathtaking views of the Himalayas Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Everest, and a few other spectacular peaks.

  • Duration8-9 Hours
  • Highest AltitudeMera Peak 6,476 m | Khare 5,045 m
  • AccommodationTea House

On the fourth day, which also happens to be the last and most awaited day of the climb, we will begin very early in the morning to summit Mera peak, which is located at an elevation of 6,476 meters. We will use all the training and practices we have regarded mountaineering to do so. After reaching our destination which is the summit of Mera Peak, we will enjoy the moment for a while and return to Khare. In the evening we will enjoy dinner together and end the trek.

Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

What's Included

Accommodations Services

  • 2 nights at local tea houses in the mountains (on a twin-sharing basis)
  • 2 nights in tented camps (on a sharing basis)

Trekking Permit

  • Mera Peak Climbing Permit

Food During Kathmandu/Trekking

  • 3 Breakfast: local teahouse menu and packed forr during tented camping
  • 4 Lunch:  local tea house menu and packed food during camping
  • 4 Dinner: local tea house menu and packed food during camping
  • Tea and coffee, as well as hot drinking water.

Guide/Porter Services and Their Liabilities

  • High Camp's cook.
  • The North Face Tent
  • Tent for dining and cooking
  • All meals for Guide/Porter
  • English-speaking government-licensed trekking guide (minimum of 10 years experience)
  • Insurances for Guide & Porter (Emergency evacuation and accidental medical expenses)
  • Salary as per the company standard rate (which is recommended by concerned association of tourism industry)
  • Local sherpa for carrying your luggage up to 20 kg Maximum (2 Guest Sharing 1 Porter)
  • First-aid kit box carried by our team
  • All group equipment, including the fix rope, main rope, snow bar, ice crew, rock pitting, and so on.

What's Excluded

  • Nepal visa fees upon arrival in Nepal
  • Personal climbing equipment can be rented in Khare.
  • Makalu Barun National Peak entry fee/Tims Permit/Domestic flight/Helicopter
  • Tips and gratitude to the guides, drivers, porters, other staff, etc.
  • Extra-day expenses apart from the scheduled itinerary
  • Additional: Personal equipment includes a climbing boot, an ice axe, carabiners, crampons, a harness, and a helmet. If you hire from us in Khare, the cost is US$ 65 per person.
  • Personal expenses like drinks, laundry, shopping, personal gear, a hot shower, electronic battery recharges, and WiFi
  • All other expenses not included in the cost includes list.
  • Travel Insurance: It must be covered for both medical and emergency evacuations with a minimum value of USD 100,000.
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Start DateStart: SaturdayFeb 24, 2024End DateEnd: TuesdayFeb 27, 2024PricePriceUS $650StatusStatusGuaranteed
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1 pax
US$750
2 - 4 pax
US$695
5 - 10 pax
US$650
1 Travelers x US $750TotalUS $750(No additional taxes or booking fees)

Mera Peak Difficulty

The elevation of Mera Peak makes it a difficult peak to reach, but anyone with a passion for mountaineering and dedication can conquer the difficulties. The greatest challenge for experienced climbers is appropriate acclimatization to the high altitude.

Otherwise, it is a technically straightforward ascent. Due to these factors, Mera Peak is a particularly well-liked travel destination. Many adventure tour companies provide guided expeditions to the peak for tourists with little to no climbing experience.

In terms of technical features, Mera Peak Climbing Difficulty is not all that difficult, but it is still a challenge because it requires strength and endurance. Before attempting an ascent, it is advised for all climbers to engage in preparatory fitness and altitude training.

Preparing for Khare to Mera Peak Climb

To successfully complete the challenges of the Khare Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary, careful planning is required. Before you start this exciting journey, here are some important things to consider:

  • Mera Peak presents a difficult climb demanding a high level of physical fitness. In the months before your climb, get in regular exercise and training, including strength, cardio, and endurance exercises.
  • Considering Mera Peak's difficult altitude, adequate acclimatization is essential to avoiding altitude sickness. Spend several days in a higher-altitude location before the climb to allow your body to adjust.
  • Technical climbing skills are essential for Mera Peak from Khare, involving the use of ropes, ice axes, and crampons. If you lack experience in these techniques, it is advisable to take a course or hire a guide to impart the necessary skills.
  • Ensure you have the right gear for a safe and successful climb. This includes suitable clothing for high-altitude conditions, encompassing warm layers, waterproof gear, and robust climbing boots. Additionally, equip yourself with necessary climbing gear, such as crampons, ice axes, and ropes.
  • The climb can be mentally challenging, requiring mental preparedness. Approach the ascent with a positive attitude, anticipate the challenges, and be mentally ready to surpass your comfort zone.
  • Arrange travel to Nepal and obtain the required permits and visas. Consider hiring a guide or porter to assist during the climb, enhancing safety and support.

By carefully preparing for the climb, you increase the chances of a safe and enjoyable adventure climbing Mera Peak from Khare.

Food and Meals During Mera Peak Climbing

During the Mera Peak Climbing Expedition from Khare, we provide a comprehensive meal service, including breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, to ensure your well-being. Your dining experiences will mostly occur in local tea houses or tented camps along the journey to Mera Peak. Here's a breakdown of what you can anticipate in terms of food availability:

  • Tea Houses: Along the trekking route, numerous tea houses provide opportunities to stop for meals and snacks. These establishments typically offer a mix of local Nepali cuisine and international fare like pasta, pizza, and sandwiches. While the menu might be somewhat limited, especially at higher altitudes, you can expect a variety of options.
  • Camping: During the climbing phase of the expedition, our team will be responsible for carrying and preparing your meals at the campsites. Our team will provide you with three meals daily, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The menu will feature a combination of fresh and canned foods, including soups, stews, noodles, rice, and vegetables.
  • Special Dietary Needs: If you have specific dietary requirements or preferences—such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or allergies—it's crucial to inform us in advance. While we'll make every effort to accommodate your needs, it's essential to understand that sourcing specific items may be challenging in remote areas.

Keep in mind that the quality and availability of food can vary depending on the tea house or camping location. For preparedness in case of unforeseen circumstances, we recommend bringing along some energy bars or snacks.

Accommodation During Khare Mera Peak Climbing

During your Khare Mera Peak Climbing, your accommodation will be a combination of tea houses and camping experiences. Here's what you can expect in terms of lodging:

  • Tea Houses: Along the trekking trail, numerous tea houses provide overnight stays. These basic lodges typically offer rooms with shared bathrooms. The accommodations are modest, featuring simple rooms with a bed and blanket. Heating and electricity may not be available. Often operated by local families, these tea houses provide a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and hospitality.
  • Camping: During the climbing phase of the climb, we will stay in designated camping areas. our  team will supply and set up the tents, while you'll need to bring your own sleeping bag and mat. These remote camping spots boast breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

Despite their simplicity, both tea houses and camping areas offer conveniences such as clean drinking water, shared restrooms, and communal dining spaces. Keep in mind that hot showers or electricity may not be available in certain locations, so packing wet wipes or hand sanitizer is advisable. It's essential to note that accommodations may vary based on the specific location. We recommend bringing a suitable sleeping bag for cooler weather. For assurance regarding your accommodations, feel free to contact us in advance.

Travel Insurance for Mera Peak Climbing from Khare

Purchasing full travel insurance is important when heading on the thrill-filled Mera Peak Climbing Expedition from Khare. Given the adventurous nature of this adventure, unforeseen circumstances can arise, making insurance a vital aspect of trip planning. A strong travel insurance policy designed for mountain trekking and climbing ensures coverage for medical emergencies, evacuations, and trip cancellations, providing a safety net for unforeseen events. This is particularly crucial in the rugged and remote terrain associated with Mera Peak.

Additionally, coverage for equipment loss or damage, as well as unexpected travel delays, offers peace of mind for climbers navigating the challenges of high-altitude ascents. Before setting out on this thrilling adventure, it is advisable to carefully review and select a travel insurance plan that aligns with the unique demands of Mera Peak Climbing, safeguarding both your well-being and the smooth progression of your expedition.

Altitude Sickness and remidies During Mera Peak Climbing from Khare 

Altitude sickness, also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), is a common concern when climbing on high-altitude treks and climbs such as Mera Peak Climbing from Khare. As you ascend to higher elevations, the decrease in oxygen levels can lead to symptoms ranging from mild discomfort to severe illness.

Symptoms of Altitude Sickness:

  • Headache
  • Experiencing nausea or vomiting
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Loss of appetite is a common symptom.
  • Difficulty sleeping

Preventive Measures:

  • Gradual Acclimatization: Ascend slowly to allow your body to acclimate to the decreasing oxygen levels. Khare, being at a lower elevation, serves as a crucial acclimatization stop before reaching higher altitudes.
  • Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration, a common trigger for altitude sickness. Avoid excessive alcohol and caffeine consumption, as they can contribute to dehydration.
  • Proper Nutrition: Maintain a balanced diet, ensuring you consume enough calories to support your body at higher altitudes.
  • Adequate Rest: Ensure you get sufficient rest and sleep during the trek to help your body recover and adjust to the altitude.

Remedies for Altitude Sickness:

  • Descend if Necessary: If symptoms persist or worsen, descending to a lower elevation is the most effective treatment. Listen to your body and communicate with your guide about any discomfort.
  • Medication: Our guide carries medication like acetazolamide (Diamox) to help prevent and alleviate symptoms. However, it's crucial to consult with a healthcare professional before using any medication.
  • Oxygen: In severe cases, supplemental oxygen may be required. This is usually available at higher-altitude camps or we will also provide it if needed.
  • Rest and Hydration: Taking a rest day, staying hydrated, and allowing your body time to acclimatize can often alleviate mild symptoms.

Packing List for Khare to Mera Peak Climbing 

Clothing:

  • Waterproof and windproof jacket
  • Insulated jacket or down jacket
  • Waterproof and breathable pants
  • Fleece or insulated mid-layer
  • Moisture-wicking base layers (tops and bottoms)
  • Hiking pants
  • Quick-dry, long-sleeved shirts
  • T-shirts
  • Hat or cap for sun protection
  • Warm gloves and waterproof gloves
  • Warm hat or beanie
  • Gaiters (for snow conditions)

Footwear:

  • Sturdy, waterproof hiking boots
  • Gaiters (for snow conditions)
  • Moisture-wicking socks
  • Camp shoes or sandals

Climbing Gear:

  • Crampons
  • Ice axe
  • Climbing harness
  • Carabiners and quickdraws
  • Helmet
  • Ascender and descender devices
  • Prusik cords

Sleeping Gear:

  • A sleeping bag suitable for cold weather
  • Sleeping mat or pad

Backpack:

  • Trekking backpack (40–50 liters)
  • Daypack for summit push

Accessories:

  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Headlamp with extra batteries
  • Water bottles or hydration systems
  • Trekking poles
  • Personal first aid kit
  • Sunscreen and lip balm
  • Insect repellent
  • Multi-tool or knife
  • Camera and extra batteries
  • Power bank
  • Duct tape and repair kit

Personal Items:

  • Passports and necessary permits
  • Money and wallet
  • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)
  • Towel
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Wet wipes or hand sanitizer
  • Personal medications

Miscellaneous:

  • Snacks and energy bars
  • Map and compass
  • Whistle
  • Notebook and pen
  • Lightweight duffel bag or dry bag

Documents:

  • Travel insurance
  • Passports and photocopies
  • Visa (if required)
  • TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card

This list is a general guide, and you may need to adjust it based on specific requirements or recommendations from us or the guide. Additionally, consider the season and weather conditions when packing for your Mera Peak Climbing from Khare.

Important Tips for Khare Mera Peak Climbing

  • Take sufficient time for acclimatization at higher altitudes to reduce the risk of altitude-related illnesses. Plan rest days during the ascent to allow your body to adjust.
  • Prioritize physical fitness before the climb. Cardiovascular exercises and strength training will help you endure the challenging trek and climb.
  • Invest in or rent high-quality trekking and climbing gear, including waterproof and insulated clothing, sturdy boots, and essential climbing equipment. Ensure that everything fits well and is in good condition.
  • Obtain all necessary permits well in advance. Check the validity and requirements of each permit, including the Mera Peak Climbing Permit.
  • Follow the guide's command. They are familiar with the terrain, provide valuable insights,ensure your safety throughout the journey and also prevent possible obstacles.
  • Stay well-hydrated and maintain a balanced diet. Proper nutrition is crucial for energy levels, especially at higher altitudes.
  • Stay informed about the weather conditions in the region. Be prepared for sudden changes in weather and carry appropriate gear for different conditions.
  • Have a clear emergency plan in place. Know the locations of medical facilities, evacuation routes, and emergency contacts. Carry a first-aid kit.
  • Follow the Leave No Trace principles. Respect the environment, local culture, and communities. Dispose of waste properly and minimize your impact on the surroundings.
  • Trek and climb at a pace that suits your physical and mental well-being. Listen to your body, communicate any concerns with your guide, and make decisions based on your health and safety.

Remember, each trekker's experience is unique, and flexibility is key in mountainous terrain. Always prioritize safety and make informed decisions based on your personal condition and the conditions of the environment.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • Q1. Do I need a special permit for Mera Peak climbing?

    Yes, a Mera Peak Climbing Permit is required.

  • The best time is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (fall) seasons, from April to May and September to November.

  • The climb is challenging, requiring a good level of physical fitness and acclimatization. Previous trekking and some mountaineering experience are recommended.

  • Yes, there are tea houses along the trekking trail, providing basic accommodation and meals. Camping is usually done during the climbing phase.

  • You'll need a Sagarmatha National Park Permit, a Khumbu Rural Municipality Entry Permit, a Makalu Barun National Peak Permit, and a Mera Peak Climbing Permit.

  • It usually takes several days to acclimatize, and we plan the ascent to allow for gradual adjustment to higher altitudes.

  • Yes, altitude sickness is a concern. Adequate acclimatization, hydration, and awareness of symptoms are crucial.

  • Our Khare to Mera Peak Climbing is only 4 days of climbing, which starts and ends in Khare and this trek mostly highlights the climbing phase to Mera Peak.

  • Emergency evacuation services are available, and it's important to have travel insurance that covers high-altitude rescues.

  • Mera Peak summit stands at an elevation of 6,476 meters (21,247 feet), making it the highest trekking peak in Nepal.

  • Prior trekking experience can be benificial. However, you must be in good physical condition to do the trek. Climbers can do physical training like cardiovascular exercises and strength training will help them endure the challenging trek and climb.

  • You may need to bring personal gear, such as boots and clothing, along with climbing equipment, which you can also rent in Khare or Kathmandu as well.

  • Communication facilities may be limited in remote areas. Carrying a satellite phone or communication device is advisable. However, you don't have to worry about it, as your guide will handle it.

  • Follow the Leave No Trace principles, disposing of waste properly and respecting the local environment and communities.

Testimonials
What Our Clients Say
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    Machel WebUnited States,January 02, 2024

    Overcoming Personal Challenges for a 4-Day Mera Peak Climning Victory

    Our 4 days climb from Khare to Mera Peak was exciting and full of new experiences until one of our group started to feel sick from the high altitude. This meant that we had to carefully watch them and slow down our progress. The team's support system, guided by experienced leaders, crucially helped overcome these challenges. The ultimate achievement of reaching the Mera Peak summit on the fourth day was a testament to personal determination, team camaraderie, and the supportive environment fostered during the Khare to Mera Peak Climbing expedition. Thank you, NTA, for everything.

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    Robert JacksonUnited States,December 27, 2023

    A Cultural Embrace Alongside the Khare Mera Peak Climb

    Our Khare to Mera Peak Climbing experience was not only about conquering heights but also about embracing local culture. The four-day trek involved stays in tea houses run by welcoming local families, offering a glimpse into the rich traditions of the region. Interactions with Sherpa communities, shared meals, and the warmth of hospitality added a cultural dimension to the climb. Our climb became a holistic adventure, combining the thrill of mountaineering with a deep appreciation for the people and traditions of the Khumbu region, all thanks to the NTA.

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