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Mera Peak Climbing from Khare - 3 Days

  • Duration 3 Days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Grade Strenuous
  • Starts at Khare
  • Ends at Khare
  • Meals 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, and 1 Dinner
  • Accommodation Tented Camp
  • Max. Altitude Mera Peak (6,476 meters)
  • Activity Peak Climbing
  • Group Type Any
  • Group Size 1 to 6
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
Highlights
  • Enjoy the scenic trek from Khare through beautiful landscapes, white snow throughout the route, deep gorges, and high-altitude.
  • Climb to the summit of Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak in Nepal at 6,476 meters.
  • Experience technical climbing using ropes, ice axes, and crampons on the final ascent to the summit.
  • Enjoy breathtaking views of some of the highest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu from the summit.
  • Experience the unique culture of the Sherpa people and visit local villages and monasteries along the way.
  • Challenge yourself physically and mentally and push beyond your comfort zone.
  • Create lifelong memories and an unforgettable adventure in the Himalayas.
  • Witness stunning sunrises and sunsets over the Himalayas from various viewpoints during the trek and climb.
  • Cross the Mera La Pass, which offers incredible panoramic views of the surrounding peaks and valleys.
  • Camp in beautiful and remote locations, including high-altitude camps with breathtaking views.
  • Experience the thrill of crossing glacial moraines, traversing crevasses, and crossing high-altitude icefalls.
  • Explore the scenic and cultural highlights of Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, before and after the climb.
  • Enjoy the friendship and support of fellow climbers and the experienced guides and porters during the climb.

In Nepal, several peaks may be reached by trekking, but Mera Peak is the highest of them. It is 6476 meters above sea level and on its regular route only needs a small amount of tough climbing. Due to fewer crowds than the Everest Base Camp Trek in the Khumbu area, Mera Peak Climbing from Khare is becoming more and more popular. Three peaks make up Mera Peak: Mera North (6476m), Mera Central (6461m), and Mera South (6065m). You will reach Mera North's (6476m) peak as part of our Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Package. Mera North's top is officially known as Mera Peak peak and is connected to the Mahalangur Himalaya Range.

If you want to reach the top of a mountain in Nepal, Khare Mera Peak Climbing is a great choice. You will get a chance to glimpse Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyo, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga, five of the world's six tallest mountains, from the top. Due to its great height, it could be a difficult peak to hike to, however crossing the high-altitude glaciers only needs moderate climbing abilities. British expeditions made significant first discoveries on Mera Peak Trek before and after the climb of Everest in the early 1950s. Edmund Hillary, Eric Shipton, and George Lowe were a part of those teams.

Because of sufficient acclimation to the high altitude, climbing Mera Peak from Khare is not a particularly challenging ascent for experienced climbers. Walking over glaciers at a high altitude is a requirement of the typical route from the north. There are risks involved during this climb, so it is important to remember that success and safety depend on excellent weather and snow conditions. More challenging and technical routes may be found on the peak's west and south sides. Khare Mera Peak Climbing Package will undoubtedly leave its mark on the amazing Sagarmatha National Park, which is home to a wide range of wildlife, including some endangered species like Himalayan Black Beer, Musk deer, Langur, and several other lovely animals.

Green Valley Nepal Treks has professionally designed Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Itinerary for those trekkers who want to trek themselves to Khare and want to join our existing group for Khare Mera Peak Climbing. Our climbing guide and staff stay in Khare during the main trekking and climbing season (March, May, October, and November). We have an equipment store in Khare where you can hire all the necessary climbing gear, so you don’t need to carry climbing gear from Kathmandu. We will arrange all climbing equipment, camping tent, camping meals, climbing guide, and necessary staff from Khare.

For those who prefer to travel independently up to Khare and join our group for Khare Mera Peak Climbing, Green Valley Nepal Treks has expertly crafted Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Itinerary. During the peak hiking and climbing season (March, May, October, and November), our guide and team remain in Khare. You don't need to bring climbing gear from Kathmandu because we have a store in Khare where you can rent it. We will organize all of the required stuff from Khare, a tent for sleeping, food, and a climbing guide. To arrange the Khare Mera Peak Climbing Permits, we will need to gather your paperwork in Kathmandu. We will then deliver all relevant climbing documents to your guide before you arrive in Khare. Keep in mind that our expert climbing guide will help you with pre-climbing training in Khare, therefore you must come to Khare at least one day before your climbing date. Training is essential if you plan to climb Mera Peak from Khare and are a beginner.

If you are an adventure enthusiast looking for a new challenge, Mera Peak Climbing from Khare is an experience that should not be missed. We at Green Valley Nepal Treks and Research Hub are pleased to present our well-planned Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Detailed Itinerary, which will give you the experience of a lifetime. Booking is now available for 2024 and 2025. Based on your time, budget, and endurance, we are willing to modify this package to meet your requirements. For more questions regarding the Khare Mera Peak Climbing Package Cost, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Benefits of Booking Mera Peak Climbing from Khare with us

  • Green Valley Nepal Trek Duffle Bag
  • Green Valley Nepal Trek T-Shirt
  • Free Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Route Map
  • An Oximeter to Check Blood Oxygen Saturation Levels
  • Medical Kits - Which May Be Necessary In Certain Cases

What You Can Expect from Mera Peak Climbing from Khare?

Khare Mera Peak Climbing is an incredible adventure that promises stunning views of the Himalayan Mountains and an unforgettable experience. Here are some of the things you can expect:

  • The trek from Khare to Mera Peak takes you through some of the most beautiful scenery in Nepal. You will pass through glaciers, snow, gorges, and high-altitude landscapes.
  • Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal, and you will be climbing to an altitude of 6,476 meters. This means that you will need to be physically fit and mentally prepared for the challenges of high altitude.
  • While Mera Peak is considered a relatively easy trekking peak, the final ascent to the summit involves some technical climbing. You will need to use ropes, ice axes, and crampons to navigate the steep and icy terrain.
  • From the summit of Mera Peak, you will be rewarded with breathtaking views of some of the highest mountains in the world, including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyo, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga.
  • Along the way, you will have the opportunity to experience the unique culture of the Sherpa people and visit local villages and monasteries.

Is Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Suitable For You?

You should be in good physical shape to try Mera Peak because it is regarded as a difficult climb. You must have expertise with high-altitude trekking and are at ease utilizing technical climbing techniques like ropes, ice axes, and crampons because you will be ascending steep, icy terrain while walking at a high altitude. Mera Peak Climbing from Khare can be a good activity for you if you have prior high-altitude hiking and technical climbing expertise and feel confident in your physical stamina.

However, it may be preferable to get more expertise and preparation before tackling this climb if you are new to high-altitude hiking and difficult climbing. The trip from Khare to the summit of Mera Peak is risky, therefore you should take the necessary steps to protect your safety, such as hiring a knowledgeable guide and using the right gear. It is always essential to speak with a certified medical practitioner to make sure that you are in good physical shape and capable of safely taking on such an adventure before trying any high-altitude climb.

Preparation for Mera Peak Climbing from Khare

To successfully conquer the challenges of the Khare Mera Peak Climbing Itinerary you should prepare yourself properly. Here are some important things to keep in mind before heading for this adventurous trip.

  • Mera Peak is a challenging climb that requires a high level of physical fitness. You should engage in regular exercise and training in the months leading up to your climb, including cardio, strength training, and endurance exercises.
  • The high altitude of Mera Peak can be challenging, and it is important to acclimatize properly to avoid altitude sickness. Before your climb, you should spend a few days in a higher altitude location to help your body adjust.
  • Mera Peak from Khare requires some technical climbing skills, including using ropes, ice axes, and crampons. If you are not experienced with these techniques, it is advisable to take a course or hire a guide to teach you the necessary skills.
  • Proper gear is essential for a safe and successful climb. You will need appropriate clothing for the high altitude conditions, including warm layers, waterproof gear, and sturdy climbing boots. You will also need technical climbing equipment, such as crampons, ice axes, and ropes.
  • Climbing Mera Peak from Khare can be mentally challenging, and it is important to be mentally prepared for the climb. You should have a positive attitude, be prepared for the challenges you may face, and be mentally ready to push yourself beyond your comfort zone.
  • You will need to arrange travel to Nepal and obtain the necessary permits and visas. You may also want to arrange for a guide or porter to assist you during your climb.

By taking the necessary steps to prepare for your climb, you can help ensure a safe and enjoyable adventure on Mera Peak from Khare.

Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Cost 2024 and 2025

If you are a single person in a group it costs you USD 799 and if you are 2 to 4 persons in the group it costs you USD 699 per person.

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2 to 4USD 645SEND INQUIRY

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Day to Day Itinerary
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Today is your first day on the Mera Peak Climbing trip from Khare. Today our guide meets you in Khare, we give you the meeting point name and time of our pre-trip meeting in the Kathmandu office. After meeting with our climbing guide he will check all your climbing gear and if you don’t have sufficient he suggests you rent from our store in Khare. Then he gives you short training in climbing techniques. Today accommodation and food you have to pay for yourself.

    After breakfast starts hiking with a climbing guide. The hike to Mera Base Camp from Khare is easy to walk; it will take about 2 hours. Most of the Climbers don’t stay in Base Camp because it is a really short and easy walk to Base camp from Khare. We prepared an itinerary directly heading to the High Camp from Khare as well. After you reach High camp, our team provides you with lunch and our guide teaches you how to use climbing gear and mountain safety, etc.

    • Tented Camp
    • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    • 5 to 6 Hours

    We get ready at 2 AM for our adventure journey to Mera Peak Summit. We mostly use a headlight and walk securely by man-rope. The trail isn’t difficult but it makes us slow down because of the cold air and low oxygen level. 

    40 to 50 meters ahead from the summit is the most challenging part of the trip from where we use fixed rope and jumars to climb the snowy dome of the Mera Peak summit. By 9 to 10 am, we will reach the summit of Mera Peak. We spend 5 to 10 minutes at the top of the Mera Peak and we head down to High camp.

    Our staff will greet you with hot tea/coffee at the high camp. We take a short rest have lunch and trek down to Khare Overnight.

    • Breakfast, and Lunch

    Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

    Cost Includes
    • Mera Peak Climbing (NMA) permit
    • Professional, experienced and equipped English-speaking Climbing Guide
    • Climbing Guide Insurance, Guide climbing equipment, and clothes
    • Cook for High Camp
    • Tent for High Camp
    • Dining and Kitchen tent
    • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    • Hot Drinking water, Tea, and coffee
    • All group equipment such as Fix rope, Main rope, snow bar, Ice Crew, Rock picking, etc.
    Cost Excludes
    • Accommodation and Meal in Lodge/Hotel in Khare 
    • Personal climbing equipment, is possible to hire in Khare from our store 
    • Entry fee for Makalu Barun National Peak/Tims Permit/ Domestic flight
    • Khare to Mera High Camp carrying your own baggage (if needed)
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    Start:FridayMay 24, 2024
    End:SundayMay 26, 2024
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    Useful Info

    Mera Peak Central and North Summit

    Mera Pak has two summits as classified by the Nepal Mountaineering Association. The height of Mera Central is 6,461 meters and the height of Mera north is 6,476. Generally, most of the group attempted the central summit of 6,461 meters. The last 20 meters is really steep part where our climbing guide fixed the rope.

    Pre-Climbing Training in Khare Before Attempting to the Summit

    This is a very important part of the trip which you shouldn’t miss if you are a beginner climber. Our Climbing guides give you training about how to use rope, how to walk through glaciers, basic use of climbing gears, and all about techniques. So we recommend you to reach Khare at least one day in advance to get this training and to acclimatize yourself.

    Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Best Time, Season, and Months

    The best time to attempt Khare Mera Peak Climbing is during the spring and autumn seasons, which offer the most favorable weather and climbing conditions. Here are some details about each season:

    • Spring Season (March to May): This is the most popular time for climbing Mera Peak from Khare, as the weather is typically dry and stable. The days are warm, with clear skies and excellent visibility. The trails are also less crowded during this season, making it a great time for a peaceful climb.
    • Autumn Season (September to November): This is another popular time for climbing Mera Peak from Khare. The weather is mild and stable, with clear skies and excellent visibility. The trails are dry, and the foliage is colorful, making for a beautiful and picturesque trek. The autumn season also tends to be less crowded than the spring season.

    In both seasons, higher altitudes can experience cold temperatures with nightly lows below freezing. In order to be warm and comfortable throughout the climb, it is crucial to pack the right equipment. It's crucial to remember that the weather in the Himalayas is unpredictable and subject to change. Before setting off on any climbing excursion, it is good to check weather reports and predictions and to be ready for changes in the weather or delays brought on by unanticipated events.

    Food or Meal Availability on Mera Peak Climbing from Khare

    During Khare Mera Peak Climbing, we will serve you with 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, and 1 Dinner. You will get your meals in a local tea house or a tented camp during your journey to Mera Peak. Here's what you can expect in terms of food availability:

    • Tea Houses: Along the trekking trail, there are many tea houses where you can stop for meals and snacks. These tea houses typically serve local Nepali cuisine, as well as international dishes like pasta, pizza, and sandwiches. The menu may be limited, and food options may become more basic as you ascend to higher altitudes.
    • Camping: During the climbing portion of the trip, your team will carry and prepare your meals while camping. The team will usually provide three meals a day, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The meals will be prepared using a combination of fresh and canned foods, and typically include soups, stews, noodles, rice, and vegetables.
    • Special Dietary Needs: If you have any special dietary needs or preferences, such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or food allergies, it is important to inform us in advance. We will make every effort to accommodate your needs, but it may be challenging to find specific food items in remote areas.

    It is important to note that the availability and quality of food can vary depending on the tea house or camping location. It is advisable to bring some energy bars or snacks with you in case of any unexpected circumstances.

    Accommodation Facility on Mera Peak Climbing from Khare

    During Khare Mera Peak Climbing, you will stay in a combination of tea houses and camping. Here's what you can expect in terms of accommodation:

    • Tea Houses: Along the trekking trail, there are many tea houses where you can stay overnight. These tea houses are basic lodges that offer rooms with shared bathrooms. The rooms may be small and simple, with just a bed and a blanket, and there may not be heating or electricity. The tea houses are often run by local families and offer a chance to experience the local culture and hospitality.
    • Camping: During the climbing portion of the trip, you will camp in designated camping areas. Your team will provide and set up the tents, and you will be responsible for bringing your own sleeping bag and mat. The camping areas are often remote and offer stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

    Despite their simplicity, the tea houses and camping areas provide conveniences including clean drinking water, shared restrooms, and communal dining space. It may not be possible to find hot showers or electricity in certain places, so it's a good idea to bring some wet wipes or hand sanitizer along with you. It's crucial to remember that different accommodations may be available based on location. Bringing a sleeping bag suitable for chilly weather is advised. To make sure that you have suitable accommodations, you may also contact us or your guide in advance.

    Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Difficulty Level

    Khare to Mera Peak's journey is considered a challenging climbing adventure and requires a good level of physical fitness and stamina. Here are some of the factors that contribute to the difficulty level of this climb:

    • Altitude: Mera Peak is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal, and the climb involves ascending to an altitude of 6,476 meters (21,246 feet). At such a high altitude, the air is thin, and the oxygen levels are low, which can cause altitude sickness, fatigue, and other health issues.
    • Technical Difficulty: While the climb does not require advanced technical skills, it does involve crossing glacial moraines, traversing crevasses, and climbing steep sections of snow and ice. These require a certain level of experience and knowledge of basic mountaineering techniques.
    • Weather Conditions: The weather in the Himalayas can be unpredictable and harsh, with strong winds, heavy snowfall, and low visibility. It is important to be prepared for adverse weather conditions and to have appropriate gear and equipment to stay safe and comfortable.

    Requirements of Travel Insurance for Mera Peak Climbing from Khare

    You are required to obtain travel insurance while taking part in the Khare Mera Peak Climbing journey, and it should cover any substantial costs you could incur due to accidents or medical difficulties. Your travel insurance should specifically cover air ambulance, treatment costs, rescue and evacuation, product cancellation and refundable costs, and airline delays and cancellations. We advise you to carry your travel insurance policy with you or give us a scan of it; the policy must be issued from your country of residence; we do not arrange or sell insurance.

    Mera Peak Climbing from Khare is an adventurous activity, thus picking the right insurance plan is a good idea. Make sure your insurance coverage will cover any such unanticipated costs when choosing it. Our schedule should be well-known to your insurance, and they must have agreed to cover all of the activities planned for the trip. While waiting, it's not necessary for all of the allocated trips to have access to helicopter rescue.

    Altitude Sickness and Remedies on Mera Peak Climbing from Khare

    You will sense a reduction in oxygen availability at higher altitudes, such as Mera Peak Summit. A person may have high altitude sickness if they ascend too rapidly when hiking at a high altitude. Therefore, at that height, adequate rest is necessary. Knowing some altitude sickness symptoms will help you treat them in a timely manner. Headache, lack of appetite, exhaustion, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and trouble sleeping are typical symptoms. According to local opinion, gargling with garlic or chewing ginger is the greatest treatment. Eat dry foods and drink as many fluids as you can. If there are no other choices, we advise using Diamox.

    Additionally, we provide knowledgeable guides and employees that are skilled in coping with the effects of higher elevations. They can take care of every client since they are locals of Nepal and are quick to adapt. They will help with basic first aid care and are furnished with the required medical equipment. We plan our ascending route so that our customers are prepared for high altitude, and we set up other routes for those who are in danger.

    Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Packing List, Gears, and Equipment

    Packing for Khare Mera Peak Climbing can be a challenge, but it is essential to have the right gear and equipment to ensure a safe and successful expedition. Here is a packing list for Khare to Mera Peak Climbing:

    Clothing

    • Insulated parka jacket
    • Down or synthetic-filled pants
    • Fleece or wool jacket
    • Thermal base layers
    • Waterproof and breathable shell jacket and pants
    • Hiking pants and shorts
    • Warm hat, gloves, and neck gaiter or balaclava
    • Hiking socks and sock liners
    • Mountaineering boots with rigid soles

    Equipment

    • Crampons and ice axe
    • Harness, carabiners, and climbing helmet
    • Trekking poles
    • Sleeping bag rated to at least -20°C
    • Backpack (60-80 liters)
    • Headlamp with extra batteries
    • Sunglasses with UV protection and glacier glasses
    • Personal first aid kit and medications
    • Water bottles or hydration system

    It is important to pack as light as possible, as carrying heavy loads can make the climb more difficult. It is also recommended to label all gear and equipment to avoid confusion or loss during the climb. Before packing your gear, you can contact us to get better information regarding all the necessary gear and equipment for Mera Peak Climbing for Khare.

    Package Booking Mera Peak Climbing from Khare

    With Green Valley Nepal Treks, one of Nepal's leading trekking companies, you can get the lowest price now on Mera Peak Climbing from Khare Package. With several qualified guides, we are completely government-approved and registered trekking and adventure specialists (the firm registration number is 71671/066/067). Additionally, we are affiliated with several national tourist organizations, including the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), TAAN, NMA, KEEP, and many others. The finest experience of a lifetime will undoubtedly be trekking with the most reputable and highly recommended local firm by many organizations. For this trip, we thus warmly welcome you all to the Green Valley Nepal Treks family. You simply need to pay a 10% deposit now and the rest when you arrive for the booking producers.

    What our travelers saysClient Reviews
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      Mera Peak Climbing from Khare with Green Valley Nepal Treks

      I recently undertook the Mera Peak Climbing from Khare with Green Valley Nepal Treks and it was a remarkable experience! The views from the top were simply awe-inspiring and the trek itself was both challenging and satisfying. The team at Green Valley Nepal Treks was highly professional and knowledgeable, ensuring that we were properly equipped for the journey. Our guide was superb, providing us with ample insights into the local culture while ensuring our safety throughout the trek. The tented camp we stayed at was homely and the food was delightful. I would unreservedly recommend this trek and Green Valley Nepal Treks to anyone seeking a demanding yet gratifying Himalayan adventure.

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      Ana SilvaNovember 10, 2022Brazil
    • TripAdvisor

      Great Experience during Mera Peak Climbing from Khare

      My experience with Green Valley Nepal Treks on the Khare-to-Mera Peak Climb was simply amazing. Although the trip was difficult, the breathtaking sights of the mountains and the scenery made it well worth it. The staff at Green Valley Nepal Treks was really kind and professional. We learned a great deal about the walk from our experienced guide, who also had a lot of local cultural knowledge. The cuisine was excellent, and the campsite we stayed at was cozy. For their professionalism and knowledge, Green Valley Nepal Treks and this trek come highly recommended.

      J
      JohnsonMay 23, 2022South Africa
    FAQs
    • The best time for Mera Peak Climbing from Khare is in the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is clear, and the skies are relatively stable.

    • While previous climbing experience is not mandatory, it is recommended that you have some prior experience with trekking and basic mountaineering techniques.

    • You will need specialized climbing gear such as mountaineering boots, crampons, ice axe, harness, and helmet, as well as warm clothing and sleeping bags. It is important to consult with your tour operator to ensure you have the necessary gear and equipment.

    • The climb takes around 3 days, including trekking to the base camp, high camp, and the climb to the summit.

    • Yes, altitude sickness is a common concern when climbing Mera Peak from Khare. Proper acclimatization, hydration, and medication can help prevent and treat altitude sickness.

    • Accommodation options include teahouses and tents. Teahouses are available during the trekking portion of the climb, while tents are used during the climbing portion.

    • You will have access to a variety of Nepalese and Western-style meals at teahouses and campsites. It is recommended that you bring your own snacks and energy bars for the climb.

    • Yes, it is generally safe to climb Mera Peak from Khare, as long as you follow proper safety protocols and climb with an experienced guide.

    • You should have a good level of physical fitness and be able to trek for several hours a day with a heavy backpack. Prior experience with trekking or mountaineering is recommended.

    • The following are the required permits for climbing Mera Peak from Khare:

      • Makalu Barun National Park Permit,
      • Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) Permit
      • Local Government’s Permit
      • Trekker’s Information Management System (TIMS) card.
    • It is required to climb Mera Peak from Khare with an experienced guide, as it can be a challenging and technical climb.

    • The success rate for summiting Mera Peak from Khare varies depending on weather conditions, individual fitness, and experience. Generally, the success rate is around 80%.

    • Yes, it is recommended that you bring your own warm sleeping bag for the trek.

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