Mera Peak


Mera Peak is the highest of the peaks in Nepal that are defined as 'trekking peaks'. At 6476m it is a very high mountain although it requires little or no technical climbing on its normal route. It is found a little to the East of the main Khumbu, Everest Base camp area and is a far less frequented trail. It is an achievable objective to the well prepared and fit individual as long as they bring reserves of determination and a passion for adventure.

The trek in to the peak provides a fantastic chance to enjoy all aspects of the Himalayan experience. In dropping below the main airstrip at Lukla we see the lush green forests of the lower Khumbu region before crossing high passes and making way up into the more sparse and rocky upper reaches. As we near the Northern approaches of the peak we pass steep glaciers plunging into spectacular lakes behind huge ridges of glacial moraine.

We travel as a group with a team of porters that will inevitably overtake and meet us at the next stop. We will have a mixture of staying in tea houses and lodges before moving to camping further up on the trail and on the mountain. We try to keep our expedition comfortable but also as light and compact as we can.

You can also find more information on our sister company Adventure Alternative UK website Mera Peak’s.

Please note that the required number of participants is at a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 12 participants. Nevertheless, it doesn't mean that you have to be a group of 2 to book the trip.

Day 12 (5350 m) - Khare to Mera La (5413) then to Mera Peak Base Camp

Day 13 (5350 m) – Mera Base Camp - Glacier Training - Mera Basecamp

Day 14 (5780 m) – Mera Base Camp to Mera High Camp

Day 15 (5350 m) – Mera summit (6476m) then Khare

Day 16 (4258 m) – Additional summit day if required

Day 17 (3580 m) – Khare to Khote

Day 18 (3122 m) – Khote - Tulli Kharka

Day 19 (3020 m) – Tulli Kharka - Zetra La (4610m) then Chuthanka

Day 20 (2840 m) – Chutanga to Lukla

Day 21 (1400 m) – Flight from Lukla back to Kathmandu

Day 22 – Departure from Kathmandu (Itinerary Ends)

22 Days - Itinerary

Day 1 (1400 m) – Arrive Kathmandu 

Day 2 (1400 m) – Rest day in Kathmandu

Day 3 (2730 m) – Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Puiyan

Day 4 (2300 m) – Puiyan to Bupsa

Day 5 (2800 m) – Bupsa - Pangkoma

Day 6 (2863 m) -  Pangkoma La (3174)- Ningsow

Day 7 (3670 m) – Ningsow to Chetra Khola

Day 8 (3580m)– Chetra Khola to Kothe

Day 9 (4258m) – Kothe to Tangnang

Day 10 (4258m) – Rest day, acclimatization day in Tangnang

Day 11 (5045 m) – Tangnang to Khare

Kit list :

Don't forget anything for your climbing peak and read carefully our kit list.

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$ 2,845 - £ 2,245



  • September - October 2019

  • March-April- May 2020

  • Note : you can also select other dates that are more convenient for you.



  • Air fare to Kathmandu

  • Travel Insurance

  • Additional nights in Kathmandu

  • Mineral water, soft drinks or boiled drinking water on trek

  • Single room supplements

  • Meals in Kathmandu


  • In-country logistics & support

  • Return Mountain Flight; Kathmandu-Lukla

  • English speaking trekking guide and climbing guide

  • Porters

  • Accommodation, food and hot drinks at lodges

  • 3 nights shared room in a hotel or guesthouse in Kathmandu (bed and breakfast)

  • Mera Peak climbing permit

  • Tents, camping equipment, climbing ropes and group

    climbing equipment

  • Staff insurances and food/accommodation allowances