Mera Peak Climbing 17-days is professionally designed to lead you all the way up to the top of Mera Peak from where you will get to see excellent Himalayan panoramic views. Mera Peak Climbing is one of the most famous peak climbings of Nepal that is visited by many adventure lovers every year. We, Mera Alpine Treks specialized in Mera Peak Climbing and have years of experience. We are known with all the routes that will take you to the top of Mera Peak. Moreover, we also design tailor-made Mera Peak Climbing itineraries as per your time limit.
Mera Peak Climbing is technically easy to climb
Mera Peak Climbing is known as easy peak. Talking about technical difficulties, Mera Peak Climbing is technically easy to climb. There are not such highly technical paths, therefore Mera Peak is preferred by many climbers as a warm-up before climbing other technical mountains like Everest. However, due to its high elevation (6,470 m/21,227ft), the journey can be a little difficult. The most interesting thing about this peak is that it is the largest peak in Nepal. We can skiing from the top of Mera Peak to Mera Base Camp so now you can feel how easy it is to climb. For Mera Peak Climbing it does not required previous climbing experience. But you need to have average physical and mental fitness.
Mera Peak Climbing is highest trekking peak in Nepal
Mera Peak Climbing is known as trekking peak and popular peak climbing in Everest region of Nepal. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) classifies certain peaks between altitudes of 5000 meter to 7000 meter that can be climbed in a day as trekking peak. The total accent from base camp to the peak and the decent back to the base camp can be accomplished in a day.
Mera Peak Climbing is situated in Mahakulung Municipality -1, Solukhumbu District, Everest Region. Mera Peak is inside of Makalu Barun National Park and Hinku Valley. Mera Peak Climbing is the highest trekking peak in Nepal which stands at an altitude of 6,470 meter / 21,227 feet.
Mera Peak Climbing is best view point of 5x8000er mountains
Mera Peak Climbing is one of the best 360 digree Himalayan panoramic view point in the world. 8 of the 14 world highest mountains on earth including Mount Everest situated at Nepal. Mera Peak Climbing offers glorious breathtaking view of above 8000 meter five mountains such as Mount Everest (8,848m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8485m), and Cho Oyo (8188m).
From top of Mera Peak Climbing, you will get to see five world highest mountains. From any other trekking peaks, you could not see like this view of more 8000 meter mountains. As well as Mera Peak provides stunning view of Baruntse, Chamlang, Nuptse, Pumo Ri, Gyachung Kang, Ngozumpa Kang, Shartse, Ama Dablam, Peak 41, Kangtega, Kyashar, Lobuche, Tutse, Hinku Chuli, etc.
Mera Peak Climbing flora and fauna at Makalu Barun National Park
Makalu Barun National Park is a national park in the Himalayas of Nepal that was established in 1991 AD as eastern extension of Sagarmatha National Park. It covers an area of 1500 Square Kilometer in the Solukhumbu district. Makalu Barun National Park covers approximately 1500 meter to 5000 meter altitude from sea level. The protected area is habitat for a wide diversity of faunal species. The different species of mammals include Red Panda, Musk Deer, Snow Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Gray Wolf, Pangolin, Wild Boar, Barking Deer, Goral, Yellow Throated Martin, Jackal, Red Fox, Black Beer, Himalayan Tahr, etc. As well as 300 species of birds, verity of butterflies, reptile, amphibians, fish inhabit the many ponds, lakes, rivers, and forests are includes.
Mera Peak Climbing prayer flag and mani walls
Tibetan prayer flag is a colorful rectangular cloth, often found strung along trails of Mera Peak Climbing and high in the Himalayas. They are used to bless the surrounding countryside and for other purposes. Traditional prayer flags include woodblock-printed text and images.
Mani Walls stone structures are a compilation intricately carved stone tablets, most with the inscription “Om Mani Padme Hum” which loosely translates to “Hail to the jewel in the Lotus”. They are built of rubble and sand and faced with mani stones engraved in the elegant Tibetan script. Travelers are fascinated by its beauty.
After Mera Peak Climbing cross Zatrwa La pass
Altitude elevation of Zatrwa La Pass is 4600 meter. From here you will also get to see lovely views of Numbur Himal, Kusum Kanguru, Mt. Cho oyu, and Kongde Peak. The trail goes through pine forests of rhododendron and later trek on the off-the-beaten trail from Kothe. During Zatrwa La Trek day, you will get to see wonderful views of Mera North, Mera Central, and Mera South. As well as altitude elevation of Hurhure pass is 4400 meter which is beneficial to acclimatization before Climb Mera Peak. From here you will get to see valley of East Lower Solukhumbu and some mountains.
Mera Peak Climbing mountain flight from Lukla
During Mera Peak Climbing you need to take flight from from Lukla Tenzing-Hillary Airport which is like mountain flight. During flight out of the window the scenery is dramatic. A huge white snow mountains hung on the skyline miles above. They are so high can’t even be sure which ones are Mountain and which are clouds. Even the green forested lower foothills raise high above them. Tenzing Hillary Airport is one of the most dangerous airports in the world but here is qualified and experienced pilot. Most people think the scary thing about Lukla Airport is length of the runway. But it is also part of the adventure.
Mera Peak Climbing History Thangnak Gompa and Tama Pokhari
Mera Peak Expedition was first succeful climbed on 20 May 1953 by Col Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing Sherpa. The route they used is still the standerd route and straight forward to climb. Thangnak Gompa and Tama Pokhari are local tourist destination during Mera Peak Climbing
You will reach Thangnak Gompa during Mera Peak Climbing which is named as Dukffuk Moanstery. According to Buddhiest legend years of ago that monestery deity statue was transfer from Kongmadingma. And they stay at that cave then they can not carry that deity statue again. Afterthat nomads started to pray for that deity statue. Then local people built monastery at that place.
Tama Pokhari is a glacial Lake, located on the way of Khare, Mera Peak Climbing. Tama Pokhari is shown in map as Sabai Tsho. In Sherpa Language Sabai Taho means "Copper Hide Lake". The local people said years of ago poeple hide there property like copper, brass etc in that lake. So the name of that pond is Tama Pokhari in Nepali language. Tama Pokhari glacial Lake was outburst on 03 September 1998. According to Mr. Lhakpa Gylgen Sherpa “The flood started at 5:00 am and continued for 20 hours, people heard loud noise and saw a huge white cloud from the ice avalanche.”