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Mera Peak Climbing:A Highest Trekking Peak in Nepal

Posted On : July 10, 2016

Mera Peak Climbing- A Highest Trekking Peak in Nepal

Mera Peak Climbing is a highest trekking peak in Nepal, an adventure that will surely left you spell bound. If it’s your first time in Nepal, then from initial days at Kathmandu, you get plenty of opportunities to explore the rich cultural blend while enjoying art architectures and visiting world heritage sites. It’s definitely worth capturing the Kathmandu delights for a day before flying towards Himalayas (Lukla Airport at Everest Region).

Summit of Mera Peak is 6475m above sea level and in our journey of which consists couple of acclimatization days. The best highlight of Mera Peak Climbing are the excellent vies of snow capped Himalayas above 8000m that consists Everest, Makalu, ChoOyu, Lhotse and other neighboring peaks. As we land on Lukla, instead of following the EBC trail, we catch up off the beaten path trails that take us towards Hinku, Hoknu valley before we get at Mera Peak Base Camp.

Mera Peak is not a technical peak; it is actually straight forward climb until we cross a mini hustle at summit. The whole time we need to follow our climbing Sherpa holding on the rope that takes us to summit without exceeding 30 degrees slope. Hiking along these beautiful valleys offers us an insight into unspoiled wilderness of grand glacier moraines along with few of the spectacular snow capped landscapes in Nepal. During this peak climbing , stunning sunrise and sunset views are also visible which adds as highlights of this trip.

You do not need to have previous peak climbing experience; our climbing guide will explain you on how to use the climbing gears. It would be a perfect starter for anyone who are looking forward to climb a peak and step one step above trekking. Send us a quick enquiry on Mera Peak Climbing today and let’s see you climbing a Himalayan peak in Nepal. See yaa!

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