Tent / Lodge to Lodge ; Breakfast in the city and Full board meals during the trek
Mera Peak stands tall at altitude of 6,476m in the beautiful Khumbu region of Nepal. The tallest trekking peak in the region, the beautiful peak is less technical to climb but hugely gratifying as it provides some of the best scenery of the eastern Himalayan vista.
The journey will begin from Kathmandu airport as we take a flight to Lukla airport, often known as most dangerous in world. The peak is situated in the isolated terrain of Khumbu, and we will begin our trek from the beautiful Sherpa village of Lukla itself which is known as the gateway to Everest Base Camp. We will trek through the high hills of Naulekh and beautiful Sherpa villages to head east to reach the top of ridge. We will also trek through the beautiful hidden valley of Hinku and from there it’s a steep down and once walk through enchanting rhododendrons and pine forests and pastures and meadows. We will set up a camp at 5,800m known as High Camp which lies at the base of Mera peak. The trek to the top of Mera Peak is technically straightforward on a massive long glacier.
The trek to the top of Mera peak will reward trekkers with astounding view of the eastern Himalayan range. The majestic Mt. Everest along with other peaks above 8,000m such as Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu and Manaslu are visible from close and the scene of this mountains soaring in the sky is a gratifying experience and the highlight of the whole journey.
Since the mountain lies inside Sagarmatha National Park, the oldest National park in the country, we will also be able to witness exotic flora and faunas sustaining in the laps of the Himalayans such as snow leopard and red panda.
The campaign will be approximately 20 days long and the highest elevation throughout the trek will be 6,091m. We will spend the nights in motels, tea houses and camps as per the region. For the campaign, the trekkers will have to walk 6-7 hours on average and on some days it can also extent to 8 hours. We will cover the distance of 7 to 12 kilometers on average.
Although it is the tallest among trekking peaks in Nepal, it is not the most difficult one technically. Due to its straightforward nature, the peak is moderately easy to climb and any mountaineer or experienced trekker can trek this beautiful mountain without any problem.
The most suitable time for Pisang Peak climbing is autumn (October and November) and spring (April and May). The months are chosen on the basis of climate and visibility.
We at Absolute Treks are fully committed to make your experience second to none at the lap of the youngest peaks in the world. Your safety and wellbeing will be our first priority throughout the trek and make sure you will have the best experience to cherish for a lifetime in the country of Himalayans
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