Mera peak climbing is the highest trekking peak with an elevation of 6476m in Nepal. Mera peak climbing is a demanding trek for adventurers. The Mera Peak offers breathtaking views of nearby 8000m peaks such as Mt. Everest (8848.86m.|29031ft.), Mt. Lhotse(8516m.|27939ft.), Mt. Cho Oyo(8188m.|26863ft.), Mt. Makalu(8463m.|27765ft.), and Mt. Kanchenjunga(8586m.|28169ft.), and several other 6000m and 7000m peaks.
Mera Peak Climbing
Our 12 days of short Mera peak climbing begin with the mountain flight to Lukla and follow the Hinku Valley. The mera peak climbing is ideal for beginner trekkers with proper fitness. The shortest route to Mera peak climbing takes 12 days. This 12-day trek is complete within this period, including a day for acclimatization. The 18-day Mera peak climbing has a different trekking route and distance than the short 12-day Mera peak climbing.
With our experienced trekking and climbing guide, we are confident that you will reach the highest trekking peak in Nepal via our 12 days itinerary. We ensure that you have every possibility of successfully climbing short Mera Peak. Thus, you can be proud of your accomplishment in climbing Mera peak and making your dream come true with us.
Best Season for Short Mera Peak Climbing 2023|2024
Mid-September to November(Autumn) and March to May(Spring) 2023|2024 is the best season for short Mera peak climbing in Nepal. During this time, there is no snowfall, and the weather is good with a clear sky.
Some people choose to climb Mera Peak in the off-seasons, such as winter and monsoon. Though climbing during these seasons is possible, it is dangerous and difficult.
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