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Trip Facts
  • Difficulty : Strenuous
  • Duration: 14 Days
  • Trip Grade :
  • Destinations : Nepal
  • Activities : Trekking
  • Departure Date :
  • Best Seasons :
    Mar – May, Sep – Dec
  • Highest Altitude :6470 m
  • StartEnd :
    Kathmandu – Kathmandu
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Mera is one of the highest trekking peaks in the Himalayas. Rising south of Everest, Mera was first climbed by the snow standard route. The ascent of Mera is technically straightforward, requiring little more than crampons and ice axe. We will fix ropes where necessary and our guides and Sherpas will assist.

After meeting in Lukla, our trek will begin by heading northeast. We will walk along a high, rocky ridge through dense forests and across several streams before reaching the pass that will take us into the remote and largely uninhabited Hinku Valley. At Khare, we will rest and explore the huge moraine and the beautiful glacial lake north of the village. We will proceed to Khare and establish camp. Our ascent will follow the glacier that leads to Mera La and on to high camp where we will prepare for our early morning summit. From high camp, we can take in a sweeping view of Kanchenjunga, Chamlang, and Makalu to the east, Everest and Lhotse to the north and Ama Dablam and Cho Oyu to the west. This view is undoubtedly one of the most stunning in all of Nepal. With good conditions, we will summit Mera Peak the following morning.

4 days climbing only B.C to B.C

Day 1: Khare to Mera – la base camp (4915m) 4-5hrs
Day 2: Mera – la base camp to high camp (5465m) 5-6hrs
Day 3: Mera – la high camp to summit (6654m) and back to Khare 9-10 hrs
Day 4: Optional day if weather is bad!

Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu. Alt: 1,350m.

At Kathmandu International Airport, you will be met by a Trek Nepal representative and transferred to your hotel. There will be a full tour briefing in the evening

 

Fly to Lukla then Trek to Phakding 
Overnight Lodge/Teahouse.  Included meals breakfast lunch and dinner.  
Alt. 2,610m.  Trek 3 hours.
 An early morning mountain flight to Lukla (2,840m) with spectacular views of Gauri Shankar (7,135m), Melungtse  (7,181m) and Numbur (6,959m), takes us to our gateway to Everest Base Camp and the land of Sherpas. Our trek heads northwards through the village of Lukla, descending to Ghat along the east bank of the Dudh Kosi, followed by a gentle climb and level meandering walk to Phakding. Awaiting us are great views of Kusum Kanguru (6,367m) and Sherpa hospitality.

Day 2: Fly to Lukla then Trek to Phakding 

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse.  Included meals breakfast lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 2,610m.  Trek 3 hours.

 An early morning mountain flight to Lukla (2,840m) with spectacular views of Gauri Shankar (7,135m), Melungtse  (7,181m) and Numbur (6,959m), takes us to our gateway to Everest Base Camp and the land of Sherpas. Our trek heads northwards through the village of Lukla, descending to Ghat along the east bank of the Dudh Kosi, followed by a gentle climb and level meandering walk to Phakding. Awaiting us are great views of Kusum Kanguru (6,367m) and Sherpa hospitality.

Day 03 – Namche Bazaar
Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.   
Alt. 3,440m.  Trek 6 hours.  
Continuing along the bank of Dudh Kosi, the trail climbs through forests of rhododendron and giant pines to Jorsale.  Shortly after completing check post formalities we cross the Dudh Kosi via a suspension bridge to start a steep ascent to Namche Bazaar. During this ascend, weather conditions permitting, we encounter our first sight of Everest and Lhotse on foot.  Namche Bazaar, ‘Sherpa Capital’, is situated in a crescent amphitheatre that towers above two great valleys – Dudh Kosi and Bhote Kosi, and offers a stunning view of the mountains across the valley.

Day 04 – Namche Bazaar

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse.  Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 3,440m.  Trek 4 hours.

Today is an acclimatization day to allow us to adjust to the high altitude. Explore the local market, observe the local culture, walk up to the Everest viewpoint or simply relax.  

Time is available to make an excursion to either the village of Thamo or Syangboche. At Thamo there is the Thamo Nunnery; in the north east looms the majestic Khumbi Yul Lha – a black rocky mountain, which is sacred to the Buddhists, to the west waterfalls crash down the cliff face to the Bhote Kosi. The trail here is on the traditional trade route to Tibet, so you may come across caravans of yaks led by Tibetan merchants. Syangboche is were the worlds highest airstrip is located and to the west stands Mount Kawande. The trail here is a steep ascent along small pine trees and juniper shrubs, en route looms Khumbi Yul Lha.

Day 05 – Deboche

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

Alt. 3,820m.  Trek 5 hours.  

The trail ascends out of the village and follows a fairly flat path along the valley with stunning views of Everest, Nuptse and Lhotse coming into view.  There is a steep descent taking us through a forest towards the bridge over the Dudh Kosi.  After crossing the river we climb up a zigzagging path through a rhododendron forest where we may encounter both musk deer and wild colourful peacocks.  The climb steepens as we approach Tyangboche, which opens up to breathtaking views of Everest, Nuptse, Ama Dablam and Taboche.  Tyangboche, famous for its legendary monastery, is the largest in Khumbu.  There is time to visit both the monastery and museum.  On we continue to Deboche.

Day 06 – Dingboche

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse.  Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

Alt. 4,410m.  Trek 4½ hours.

The route today is a steep descent through meadows and a pine forest towards a small bridge over the Imja Khola, followed by a steady climb to Dingboche with spectacular views of Ama Dablam.  En route we pass through Pangboche the home of  the most ancient monastery in the region and the Gompa which houses the famous Yeti scalp.

Day 07 – Dingboche 

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 4,410m.  Trek 3½ hours. 

Our second acclimatization day, you can either explore the village and surrounding area or simply relax and watch the world go by.  There is a guided excursion to explore the Imaj Khola valley with a walk to Nagarjun Ri.  Within half an hour of leaving the village along a black rocky trail there are magnificent views of Makalu and Borangche.  Whilst looking down towards Namche Bazaar there are spectacular views of Khumbu Valley.  At the end of the trail it opens up into a boulder field where there are magnificent close up views of Ama Dabam and Island Peak.  Retracing our steps we return to the village.

Day 08 – Labuche

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 4,910m.  Trek 5 hours.

Heading up the wide valley beneath the impressive peaks of Cholatse (6,335m) and Taboche (6,367m), but well above the tree line we reach Dughla.  As we approach the foot of the Khumbu Glacier the climb becomes steeper.  We take the zigzag path up through the boulders of the moraine to reach Labuche.  En route we have superb views of Nuptse, Kala Pathar and Pomo Ri.  

Day 09 – Everest Base Camp.  Overnight in Gorakshep

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse.  Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 5,140m.  Trek 8 hours.

An early start to a challenging day, to accomplish the dream that is Everest Base Camp (5,364m).  The route commences with a gentle ascent as we continue along the side of the Khumbu Glacier, which becomes steep, rocky and awkward for a short time.  Rewarded with breathtaking views, the sugar loaf dome of Pomo Ri (7,165m) lies directly ahead, on the right Nuptse (7,861m) rises in a sheer spire and behind it an elusive sight of Everest (8,848m).  A descent brings us to Gorakshep (5,140m) where we lunch and rest before taking the trail to Everest Base Camp.  At Base Camp Mount Everest is not visible but we live the dream.  After exploring the Base Camp and all it has to offer we return to Gorakshep for a well deserved rest. 

Day 10 – Ascend Kala Pathar and Trek to Zongla

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 4,830m.  Trek 8 hours.

In terms of incredible breathtaking scenery, today is the highlight.  It is another early morning start to see dawn break and capture this magnificent daily event as Everest and surrounding peaks reveal themselves.  An intricate ascending route which threads its way through crevasses and over moraine ridges.  At Kala Pathar’s summit (5,554m) there is an unforgettable panorama: Ama Dablam, Makalu, Nuptse, Lhotse and the impressive black pyramid  of Everest. 

When it is time to leave with our indelible memory of all that is before us we retrace our steps to Gorakshep and trek down to our destination via Labuche passing a number of streams to the grazing pastures of Zongla, a small village that sits at the foot of Cholatse (6,335m).

Day 11 – Thagnag

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 4,700m.  Trek 5 hours.

An early start for the trek over the Cho La (5,330m) pass; with spectacular wilderness between Zongla and our destination, we depart with a packed lunch.  The trail is well defined as we leave the grazing pastures behind and start our ascent to the pass.  Crossing a small glacier that is usually covered in snow is reasonably straightforward as we continue the ascent to Cho La’s summit; this is also often snow-covered.  From here there are excellent views with a different aspect of the mountains seen before.  A steep descent is made to Thagnag along a moraine and rock trail to a boulder field and then on down to the small hamlet where we will stay for the night.

Day 12 – Gokyo

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 4,790m.  Trek 2 hours.

Leaving Thagnag the trail takes us along the eastern side of Gokyo Valley.  Shortly we will be crossing the Nagjumba Glacier, which is well marked with cairns.  At the top of the moraine overlooking the Nagjumba Glacier we climb down beside a tributary which leads us to the sacred perfect turquoise waters of the Third Gokyo Lake where Gokyo village, a small settlement, lies on its shores.   

The rest of the day is free to explore the village and lakes of Gokyo. 

Day 13 – Dole

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 4,200m.  Trek 7 hours.

Mountains always appear most spectacular when they are graced by dawn and dusk.  With this in mind we start early this morning to ascend Gokyo Ri, a small peak above Gokyo village and lakes.  The views on the way up are fantastic but in no way prepares you for the 360 º view at the summit.  It is one of the best views in the world, and some would say the best in Nepal.  In front of you are Everest, Lhotse, Makalu and Cho Oyu, four of the fourteen eight-thousanders on earth, dominating the myriad of ‘smaller’ peaks.  As we pull ourselves away from this outstanding natural beauty we retrace our steps to the village.  We pass  the lake where a family of Brahminy ducks has made it its home then cross a wooden bridge to the top of a staircase carved into the trail that we descend.  The valley widens as we reach Pangka.  The descent continues high above the river through juniper forests until we reach Dole where we have stunning views of Khumbila and Taboche.

Day 14 – Khumjung

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 3,780m.  Trek 5 hours.

Away from Dole we pass through pastures that are used in the summertime to graze yaks.  Our descent takes us through juniper and conifer woodland then into rhododendron forests until we reach Phortse Tenga.  The trail ascends steeply to Mong Dada, followed by a descent to Sanasa.  A final ascent brings us to Khumjung.  Khumjung Monastery houses a Yeti scalp.

Day 15 – Phakding

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 2,610m.  Trek 4 hours.

The trail descends, taking us through Namche Bazaar and passing under the imposing Kongde Ridge (6,186m).  We then continue along the banks of Dudh Koshi to Phakding.  As we approach the village of Phakding many of rocks of the trail’s border are painted with interesting Buddhist mantras. 

Day 16 – Lukla

Overnight Lodge/Teahouse. Included meals breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Alt. 2,840m.  Trek 3 hours.

Our final day of walking is along the east bank of the Dudh Kosi to Lukla.  A meandering level walk followed by a gentle descent to Ghat; with our final ascent bringing us to Lukla.  Time to relax, reflect on the truly amazing adventure since arriving in Lukla, and enjoy Sherpa hospitality.

Day 17 – Kathmandu

Included meals breakfast.  Alt. 1,350m.

Flight back to Kathmandu, departure time is subject to weather conditions.  

Your time is free to either further explore Kathmandu and its shops or simply chill out.

Start Date End Date
5 Feb 2020 19 Feb 2020
13 Feb 2020 27 Feb 2020
21st Feb 2020 7 Mar 2020
28 Feb 2020 14 Mar 2020
3rd Mar 2020 17 Mar 2020
12 Mar 2020 26 Mar 2020
20 Mar 2020 3rd Apr 2020
31 Mar 2020 14 Apr 2020
4 Apr 2020 18 Apr 2020
13 Apr 2020 27 Apr 2020
22nd Apr 2020 6 May 2020
30 Apr 2020 14 May 2020
7 May 2020 21st May 2020
11 May 2020 25 May 2020
1st Sep 2020 15 Sep 2020
8 Sep 2020 22nd Sep 2020
17 Sep 2020 1st Oct 2020
26 Sep 2020 10 Oct 2020
2nd Oct 2020 16 Oct 2020
11 Oct 2020 25 Oct 2020
20 Oct 2020 3rd Nov 2020
29 Oct 2020 12 Nov 2020
3rd Nov 2020 17 Nov 2020
12 Nov 2020 26 Nov 2020
21st Nov 2020 5 Dec 2020
30 Nov 2020 14 Dec 2020
4 Dec 2020 18 Dec 2020
13 Dec 2020 27 Dec 2020

Cost Includes:

  • Flight between Kathmandu and Lukla
  • All ground transfer as per the program
  • Permit and entry fees for the trek and for the climbing (special permit)
  • Fully inclusive trek as per the itinerary including 3 meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) and accommodation on tents and teahouse on twin sharing basis
  • Treated water during the trek
  • Guides, porters and high altitude staff
  • Comprehensive first aid kit plus PAC (Portable Altitude Chamber)
  • Group Equipment that we provide:
    Doman tents and mattress twin sharing basis, Kitchen /Dining tents,
    Kitchen equipments,
    Toilet tent, Climbing rope: fixed and main rope,
    Harness,
    Crampons,
    Ice-Axe,
    Karabiners: lock/ unlock,
    Ice-screws , Snow Bars, Rock piton, Helmet, Ascender (Jummer), Descender (F-8), Tapes / slings
  • Trek Nepal T-shirt
  • 13% VAT

Cost Excludes:

  • Accommodation and meals in Kathmandu
  • Travel and medical Insurance including expedition coverage up to 7,000m
  • Personal gears both for trekking and climbing like:
    Climbing boots: plastics boot/or similar quality Need fixed crampons., Long sleeved cotton /woollen shirts, Wool long under wear, Long cotton hiking shirts, Warm climbing trousers, Light weight fleece, Fleece/ wool for climbing, Down high altitude sleeping bag (3, 4 session), Sleeping pad (carry mat) or thermo mat, Light cotton athletic socks and wool climbing socks, Light weight thermal/ insulated climbing gloves, Head torch /batteries /bulbs, Water proof climbing jacket, Down jacket /trousers/vest, Climbing sunglasses, Sun screen, Sun hat, Gaiters
  • Any extra program besides the agreed itinerary
  • Drinks both alcoholic and non alcoholic other than treated water
  • Laundry fees
  • Tips and gratitude for the trekking crew / climbing crew.