We, Mera Alpine Treks organize and design all the trips/itineraries in Nepal based on our own extensive field research. After our years of experience in the Mera Peak Climbing, we have discovered our new route of Mera Peak Climbing, which is only run by us till date. This Mera Peak Climbing route is one of the best options for all Mera Peak climbers. We have named this route as Mera Peak Circuit and lunch the map of the route officially on July 2019.
This route is different from other routes of Mera Peak because the unique feature of Khiraule Gompa (Estd. 1738 AD) and holy Lake of Panchpokhari, which is announced by Nepal Government to must visit place in Nepal for Visit Nepal 2020.
We, Mera Alpine Treks have made our own map of Mera Peak Circuit as per our own field research for Mera Peak Climbers. We highly recommend this route to all Mera Peak climbers. Mera Peak Circuit can complete in 14 days that begins from Kathmandu and ends in Kathmandu. Trek starts from Lower Solukhumbu Sotang Shivatar that will further take to Khiraule Gompa to Panch Pokhari en route Kothe, Khare, and finally Summit Mera Peak & return back to Lukla. Mera Peak Circuit join with Arun Valley trails, which is very popular before 2005 AD for Everest Region Trek.
We can easily get Hotel and Lodge facility all the way of Mera Peak Circuit as well as NTC phone network and WiFi communication service also. Mera Peak Circuit can safely travel by solo female and male. Mera Peak Circuit follows a village of Chhetri, Tamang, Rai, and Sherpa.
We, Mera Alpine Treks print the Mera Peak Circuit Map and also help to correct the way and place name of Mera Peak Map. Mera Peak Circuit Map is easily available at Himalayan Map House Shops or you can freely contact us for map. It is always a good idea to take a map with you even with a guide.
Making out your route and saving it later for your coffee table. Do keep in mind that many guides will have their own routes and stopping points along the way. Though, the main Mera Peak route is usually fixed. The most popular stopping points have been listed on the Mera Peak Circuit map.