Mera Peak towers high at above 6,461 m and 21, 1907 ft one of the tallest trekking peaks of Nepal Himalaya range, where all interested trekkers and climbers from beginners in climb can join on this exciting adventure.

Mera Peak Climbing takes you to hidden corners of high Khumbu within Everest region away from main town and villages into sheer wilderness of beautiful alpine forest and high mountains.

Mera Peak located on remote eastern area of Khumbu close to Makalu and Barun National Park and Conservation Area, where few groups of trekkers and adventurer seldom venture around isolated region of Inku and Honku valleys.

Mera Peak Climbing being the easiest mountain to climb where all types of trekkers and climbers enjoy heading to the high summit of Mera Peak, one of the least technical effort climb requires minimum skill in mountaineering, except for the high altitude to encounter on walks and climb.

Adventure starts flying into Lukla town with its unique small airstrip, after landing at Lukla airport from Kathmandu then walk commence heading past main town and villages for complete wilderness.

Walk with climb over Kalo and Naulekh Himal that separates Mera Peak area of Inku valley with main popular route of Khumbu region, walk into lovely forested area with overnights on route having rest days to enjoy extra hike then adventure leads you at the base of Mera Peak at Khare.

At base camp with ample time to practice climb and then setting high camp to make the climb much approachable, as morning fine day allows then head for the summit bid to the top of Mera Peak.

Mera Peak grading just ‘F’ means “Facial Easy” the standard of Alpine Climbing Systems comes from French and Swiss Classification, a peak of least technical effort and less skill needed, however one has to be fit to join in this high altitude adventure.

After much preparation climb leads you to its very top offer incredible views of surrounding high mountain range, with Baruntse Himal, Amadablam, Everest, Lhotse with Makalu and as far to Mt. Kanchenjunga in the far-east direction.

Enjoying the best adventure and time of your life with successful and safe climb return journey on the same route back to Lukla for last overnight around Everest and Khumbu area, where early morning flight reaches you at Kathmandu, after a remarkable experience on Mera Peak Climbing.

Season for Island Peak Climb and Trekking:

March to May and September till early December months of the year, best time in spring-autumn / fall and pre winter seasons, best months and high time from March to May when days are longer with much sunlight hours clear morning till late afternoon, chances of light shower and snow on higher altitude above 3,000 m high.

Spring time hills are bright with wild-flowers in full bloom from Lukla till Tengboche, especially the rhododendron of various species from tall trees to bushes a national flower of Nepal.

Another peak times to visit from mid September to December months when days are clear for mountain views and pleasant walks, much shorter sun-light hours due to autumn and pre-winter season.

Freezing cold temperature in the morning and night times above 2,800 meters higher can expect snow above 3,000 m onward.