Mera Peak 19-Day Guided Climb

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IFMGA certified mountain guide Tshering wants to guide you to the summit off the impressive Mera Peak, where you will get to stare in awe at the Himalayas.

Himalaya

1 Day

Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov

Fit

Intermediate


Description

Mera Peak (6,476m) is the highest trekking peak in Nepal.

Mera Peak is the perfect peak for people who are not expert climbers but still want to enjoy amazing Himalayan views. And on this 19-day journey, you will get to enjoy those views along with so much more.

This trip is the kind of adventure that has a bit of everything. From city tours in Kathmandu and exciting flights to Lukla to hikes through the wilderness and camping in the mountains.

From Lukla to the Mera Peak, we will trek through Piuyan, Pangom, Niumso, the Chetra forest, Khote, Tagnag, Khare, and Dig Kharka before reaching Mera La. However, the real highlight of this trip is the incredible Himalayan mountains you will get to see throughout.

Nowhere else in the world will you get to see such amazing peaks from such a perfect and clear viewpoint. You will get to see several famous 8,000-meter peaks, from Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Kangchenjunga, and even Mount Everest. Just to see those mountains from any distance for any amount of time is something anybody would cherish. But on this trip, you will get to see them up close, for an extended period of time.

If you want the perfect introduction to the Himalayas then this is the trip for you. And at a duration of 23 days, you will also have more than enough time to get properly acclimatized as well. Hence giving you all of the necessary energy to see and experience all the Mera trekking peak has to offer.

If interested, please send me a message.

Do you want to try something more challenging in the region? If so, you can also join me on a climb to the top of Mount Manaslu on this expedition.

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,400m)

Day 2: Available time to explore Kathmandu

Day 3: Fly to Lukla (2,860m)

Flight KTM to Lukla (2,840m) and Trek to Paiya (2,800m)

Day 4: Trek to Pangkoma (2,846m)

Day 5: Trek to Ningmsa (Shibuche)

Day 6: Trek to Chetrakhola Khola

Day 7: Trek to Kothe (3,579m)

Day 8: Trek to Thangnag (4,360m)

Day 9: Acclimatization hike to Charpate Himal Glacier

Day 10: Trek to Khare (5,100m)

Day 11: Acclimatization and rest day at Khare

Day 12: Climb Mera High camp (5,800m)

Day 13: Summit Mera peak (6,476m) and back to Khare

Day 14: Trek to Kothey

Day 15: Trek to Chatrala (Thuli kharka)

Day 16: Trek to Lukla via Chhatra la pass

Day 17: Flight to Kathmandu

Day 18: leisure day and in the evening farewell dinner with local culture show.

Day 19: Flight to home will drop by THG staff at TIA.

 

Details

Accommodation

Camping during the trek, hotel in Kathmandu

Meeting point

Kathmandu International Airport

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About the guide

I have been climbing since 1996, starting on the 8000m mountains in the Himalaya. I'm one of the few IFMGA/NNMGA certified mountain guides (Instructor) from south Asia, gaining my qualification from the New Zealand Mountain Guides Association (NZMGA) & Nepal National Mountain Guide Association (NNMGA).
I have successfully guided on Mt Everest on multiple occasions, and other 8000m peaks such as Mt Cho-oyu (8,201m) (3 times), Sisha Pangma (8,013m), Mt. Manaslu (8,163m), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Mt. Makalu (8,463m), Mt. Lhotse (8,515m) and many more.
I have have also a strong international climbing experience and extensive knowledge of the logistics, planning and group dynamic that are also very crucial to successfully lead adventures in the Himalaya and around the world. I guided in New Zealand, Norway, France, Scotland, Thailand, Bhutan, Pakistan, India and Tibet.
I'm also a rescue expert and a technical trainer for the mountain guides training.
I very much like guiding my clients in remote places, where no tourist goes. I like also discovering new routes and peaks. Please have a look to the different trekking and mountaineering expeditions I propose and contact me if you want to discuss about them. I can of course also guide you in more 'classic' routes, just get in touch with me and let's talk about your wishes!


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Prices per person

Group of 1

USD 2944 Each

Group of 2

USD 2583 Each

Group of 3

USD 2454 Each

Group of 4

USD 2119 Each

Group of 5

USD 1990 Each

Want a different number of travellers?

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Lunch

- Dinner

- Group porters

- Breakfast

- Accommodation included

- Permit and entrance fees

- Transport during the trip

- Transportation start and back

Price details

Because the Itinerary is flexible and can change in accordance with how much time you have in Nepal, the price is flexible as well and will reflect the number of days you want to spend trekking. Any changes to the itinerary will be made with a view to maximizing the benefit to the team members and ensuring their eventual success on the Mera peak climbing

expedition.

• Hotel/airport transfers. 


• 4 nights; bed and breakfast accommodation in Kathmandu on a twin- 
sharing basis whilst in Kathmandu, and en route to the Mera peak climbing expedition and on the return. 


• Full board accommodation in lodges (Tea Houses) and camping while climbing. 
Transport from Kathmandu to Mera peak climbing expedition and return. 


• All necessary trekking and peak fees.

• All local staff fees with insurance. 


• All costs for Mountain Guides and well train 
experience climbing Sherpas with insurance. 


• All group equipment, such as tents, cooking stoves, ropes, climbing 
equipment, Radiocommunications, and mats

• Oxygen for emergency medical proposes (If used they cost US$ 500).

• Satellite phone for emergency (personal use US$ 5 per minute).

• Welcome Dinner.

• Farewell dinner with cultural show.

• Top Himalaya Guides group First aid kits.

What the price does not include:

• Personal climbing equipment. 


• Visa fees original entry visa into Nepal. This can be obtained at the 
airport upon arrival. 


• Air travel to and from Kathmandu. 


• Drinks. Laundry, Postage, Telephone calls, emails, and other items of a personal nature. 


• Any costs associated with you leaving the expedition early. 


• Any costs associated with arriving back in Kathmandu early, for 
example, having climbed the mountain ahead of schedule. 


• Personal medical and travel insurance and cancelation insurance 
(most have emergency helicopter evacuation). 


• Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu. 


• Summit bonus and tips for the crew.


For booking assistance

Our experienced outdoor adventure team is ready to help you boost your experience and will assist you throughout the whole process, from the moment you choose a program until you return from your trip.



 

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