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Mera Peak, Nepal, 27 Day Guided Ascent

Mera Peak
Mera Peak

Come and spend 27 days making your way to the summit of the great Mera Peak and enjoy tremendous views of the Himalayas with a certified mountain guide.



27 Days

Apr, May




* Reach the summit of the great Mera Peak and view other giants of the Himalayas.

* Visit several local Nepalese towns and villages.

* Learn a number of important climbing skills for this and future climbs.


For 27 days we would like to guide you on an adventure you will never forget. We would like to guide you to the top of the incredible Mera Peak (6,476m). From the summit of this great peak, you will get to see the mammoths of the Himalayas, from Mount Everest (8,848m) and Cho Oyu (8,201m) to Llotse (8,516m) and Makalu (8,481m).

This expedition is not just about the summit of the Mera Peak however. This trip is also about teaching you several of the skills needed to reach not just that summit, but future summits as well. Several days, in different, wonderful locations that include Sibuje and Tangnang, will be dedicated to training. You will learn ice climbing and glacier travelling techniques. And you will learn about how to deal with cold related illnesses, rope handling, crevasse rescue and much more. Furthermore, the time spent training in these locations will also help you get properly acclimatized, which is crucial when scaling a peak as enormous as the Mera Peak.

Throughout the trek, we will be visiting several cities, towns and villages. This will give you the chance to not just get a glimpse of, but to spend time in local Nepal. Thus giving you an opportunity to learn about and enjoy the wonderful culture of Nepal directly from its own people and places.

Due to the arduousness of the trip, and the length of it, participants on this trip must be in good physical condition.

Journeying to the summit of the Mera Peak is an adventure you will never forget. And it would be my pleasure to guide you there. If you would like to be a part of it, just send us a request.

We also lead a 17 day expedition to the base camp of Mount Everest as well.

Price includes

- Accommodation included

- Guiding fee

- Breakfast

- Lunch

- Dinner

- Transport during the trip

Price details

The price includes transportation costs (flights and ground transportation), guiding fees, hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast, lodging and meals during the trek, group equipment, camping equipment and airport pick-up and drop-off. The price does not include international airfare, lunch and snacks in Kathmandu, personal equipment (which can be rented at your own expense), visas, insurance and gratuities.


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

After landing at the airport, you will be picked up and transferred to your hotel, where you can eat, relax and rest for the night.

Day 2: Kathmandu sightseeing

You will get to enjoy the Nepalese capital city on a guided tour, or on your own before returning to your hotel for the night.

Day 3: Flight to Lukla (2,862m), trek to Paiya (2,799m)

Today we will fly from Kathmandu to Lukla. From Lukla, we will trek to Paiya, where we will spend the night.

Day 4: Pangom (2,846m)

We will trek for approximately 5-6 hours to the Pangom Monastery, where we will spend the night.

Day 5: Sibuje (2,850m)

Today we will trek to the sherpa village of Sibuje, where we will spend the night.

Day 6 to 9: Mountaineering training in Sibuje

For the next four days, we will be training in the beautiful wilderness of Sibuje. You will be learning important skills from wilderness first responding to rope handling and climbing.

Day 10: Ningsow (2,744m)

We will trek to Ningsow, through beautiful forest, where we will spend the night.

Day 11: Chetra Khola (3,149m)

Today we will trek through jungle terrain on our way to the Chetra Khola campsite, where we will spend the night.

Day 12: Khote (3,691m)

We will trek through the Hinku river valley, along the river to the village of Khote, where we will spend the night.

Day 13: Tangnang (4,350m)

Today we will make our way to Tangnang, where you can enjoy some amazing views of various peaks in the Himalayas, including the Mera Peak.

Day 14 to 16: Training in Tangnang

Along with acclimatizing, we will be training for the next 3 days in Tangnang. Some of the skills covered include ice climbing, glacier travel and how to deal with cold related illnesses.

Day 17: Khare (5,025m)

We will trek to Khare, which will be the last stop that has lodges. In the lodge we will have a training seminar on crevasse rescue.

Day 18: Acclimatization at Khare

During this acclimatization day, we will take a trek to Mera La, where we can practice ice climbing and crevasse rescue before returning to the lodge for the night.

Day 19: Mera Peak high camp (5,778m)

We will trek to the Mera Peak high camp, where we will camp for the night.

Day 20: Mera Peak summit (6,476m) and back to Khare.

At approximately 2:00 am, we will make our way from the high camp to the Mera peak summit. At the summit, you will get to enjoy tremendous views of nearby peaks like Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and more. We will then descend back to Khare, where we will spend the night.

Day 21: Reserve day

Day 22: Khote

Today we will return to Khote, where we will spend the night.

Day 23: Zatrwa La (4,487m)

We will trek through the Zatrwa La pass. We will spend the night camping.

Day 24: Lukla

We will continue along the Zatrwa La pass, reaching its highest point, where you can enjoy some great views of the Mera peak, until we reach Lukla, where we will spend the night.

Day 25 to 26: Flight to Kathmandu from Lukla, plus reserve day

We keep an extra day in case of any flight delays, which are common on the Lukla – Kathmandu route. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will spend the night in a hotel.

Day 27: Departure home

We will transfer you to the Kathmandu airport, where you will catch your flight home.



More info

Participants should pack the following items: day pack, duffle bag, hydration bladder, water bottles, sleeping bag, warm hat, sun cap, neck gaiter, headlamp, sunglasses, hand warmers, gloves, mittens, hiking boots, socks, gaiters, t-shirts, long underwear tops, fleece jacket, Parka coat, water proof jacket, hiking pants, long johns, trekking poles, sun block, and any personal medications you may need, which are much cheaper in Nepal and can be purchased there.

Meeting point

Kathmandu international airport.

About the guide

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Guide Agency

At Miyar Adventures, we know that every trip is as much about discovering yourself as it is about discovering the world. Miyar was founded because of our passion for climbing - a passion we will strive to share with you whether you join us for a trip close to home or in a remote corner of the Himalayas.

We strive to be your trusted companion as you chase your life-long dreams. We believe it is our duty to ensure that you are safe and that you have fun every time you climb with us.

We want to make climbing accessible to all adventure-seekers, regardless of their age and climbing background. And when we go climbing with seasoned climbers, we make sure they have enough of a challenge.

Miyar's guides have relevant training through the American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA) for the terrain in which they guide. This includes training in rock climbing, ice climbing, glacier travel, and snow sports, as well as avalanche training and Wilderness First Responder or higher level medical certification.


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What people are saying about Miyar



Sandeep and his wife, Jasmine, are lovely guides! We did a 1 day intro to rock climbing excursion with them and we had a great time! They communicated well and provided us with a fun and safe day of climbing. They chose routes based on our experience and taught us a lot. I highly recommend hiring Miyar Adventures. We have already shared their info with friends and family.


Five days of awesome is all I can say. Glen our instructor and guide was extremely knowledgeable. I had previous glacier mountaineering experience and his techniques were so much more efficient than what I had been taught. To top it off we had a great summit day.


Whole group summited! Huge thanks to the guides for helping us all get there! It's certainly not an easy climb, but the entire experience was fantastic. Especially loved the snow skills training on the second day. Lots of fun was had practicing the self arrest & team arrest. The team arrest training was a huge confidence builder to see that I wasn’t going to take the entire team down if I fell The lead guide (Glen) was fabulous. You can tell he really enjoys sharing his passion for the outdoors with the guests on his trip. Folks in the store are super helpful as well. Sandeep (owner) is great, and have talked with him in the store & via email several times to get advice. Great pre-trip guidance (including a meeting the night before the climb to make sure you have all the gear you need & nothing you don’t), and you can tell how much Sandeep cares about making sure every guest has a great experience. Lots of reasonably priced gear rental options available here as well if you aren’t sure if mountaineering is for you. Considering a Kili trip while I’m still in good hiking shape, and they’ll be the first place I look at if I decide to book.


I took the Mountaineering skills course (5 days) in Baker. I learned so much about Glacier travel, rope management, crevasse rescue, and much more! Glen, our guide was awesome and highly knowledgeable. We also got to summit Mt. Baker during the course which was the most magical part! I HIGHLY recommend them!


Myself and my daughter climbed Mt. Baker with Miyar Adventures via Easton Glacier route, Simon was our guide. The whole experience was epic in many ways. Simon's knowledge is excellent, I would trust him 100% in any situations that may come up on the mountain. We learned a lot and it was fun. The overall organization from Miyar was great (including informational emails from Jake and communication with Sandeep). Great company that I would choose again in a heartbeat.

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