Mera Peak (6,470m)

One of the 6,000 most accessible in the Himalayas. By Amphulapcha Pass.

The Mera Peak is considered the gateway to the Himalayan ascents, it is one of the 6000 least technical and it is perfect to enter this world safely.

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  • From 21 days
  • From 2.850 €/person
  • Physical condition: Regular athlete
  • Experience level: Refinement
  • Activity: Mountaineering
  • Nepal
  • Minimum 1
  • Cancellation policy: Pol. Cancellation 4
  • Minimum age: 18 years
  • Languages: Spanish, English


Mera Peak by Amphulapcha col

10/04/2024 –  21 days


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Mera Peak is the highest mountain that can be climbed in Nepal with a normal trekking permit, which, added to its few technical difficulties, makes it one of the best peaks to delve into high-altitude mountaineering. Its glacier does not present major complications and in the last section of the North route there is a section equipped with a rope to help us to the top.

The approach route begins in the town of Lukla, famous for its airport and being the starting point for Everest Base Camp, but we quickly enter the Hongu Valley. This valley, parallel to that of Khumbu (Everest), is much less traveled, which offers us much more to enter the real Nepali culture and meet its people.

Mera Peak (6.470m)

This is a 21-day travel program since we return through the Amphulaptcha Pass (5,845m). We consider this route much more attractive than returning by the same ascent route. If you have less travel days we can propose an alternative where we would shorten approximately 4 days.

Mera Peak offers fantastic views of the highest peaks in the region, being one of the best viewpoints in the Himalayas. You can see five 8,000m. (Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu) and an infinity of mountains above 6,000 m.



Day 1


Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to Malla hotel, accommodation and breakfast. Free day for last purchases or to visit the city.

day 2


Free day for paperwork, shopping or visiting the city. Night in hotel.

Day 3


Breakfast very early, transfer to the Kathmandu airport for a 40-minute plane flight that will take us to Lukla, a beautiful Sherpa village and the gateway to the Everest region. The views of the Himalayas during the flight are impressive. Landing on the steep runway between the mountains of the Lukla airport is also a unique experience. In Lukla we will meet our local team and sleep in a Lodge.

Day 4

LUKLA (2,840 m) – CHUTANGA (3,100 m)

We will begin our trekking after breakfast, today our stage will progressively gain height, through subtropical forest and still very inhabited, until we reach Chutanga. Night in Lodgev

Day 5

CHUTANGA (3,100m) – TULLIKHARKA (4,400m)

Today’s trekking day will take us to cross the Zatra La pass, at an altitude of 4,600 m. We will continue the trekking to Tulli Karka. Today is a very important stage in our acclimatization in which we must take great care of ourselves and control the effort. Night in Lodge.

Day 6

TULLIKHARKA (4.400 m) – KHOTE (4.095m)

Today’s journey is easier and we will descend to sleep in Khote, thus favoring acclimatization. The views that we will enjoy will be more and more impressive. Night in Lodge.

Mera Peak (6.470m),

Day 7

KHOTE (4.095 m) -THANGNAG (4.360m)

We will walk along the west bank of the Hinku Drangka, cross the summer pastures of Gondishung where there is a small Gompa, of Dupishung and Lungsamba. The valley narrows between the Kanguru (6,369 m) and Mera West (6,255 m) peaks until we reach Thangnag (Tibetan for “black plain”) where we will spend the night in a lodge.

Day 8

THANGNAG (4.360m) – KHARE (5.100 m)

Today our path will climb along the lateral moraine of the Dig Glacier until we reach Khare, the last point of the trek before beginning the ascent of Mera Peak. Night in Lodge.

Day 9

KHARE (5.100 m)

Rest and acclimatization day in Khare. Night in Lodge.

Day 10

KHARE (5.100 m) – CAMPO BASE DEL MERA PEAK (5.415 m)

In the morning we will begin our ascent to the Mera Peak Base Camp. To do this we will ascend through the Mera La pass (5,460m) for almost an hour through the glacier and then descend a little to our camping area. Night in stores.

Day 11

MERA PEAK BASE CAMP (5,415 m) – HIGH CAMP (5,800 m)

Today we will go up to the altitude camp, we will do it by the glacier, a long ascent with some delicate sections, but with a gentle slope, until we reach the location of the altitude camp at 5,800 m. The view from the camp is a festival of “7000” and “800, This panorama is considered one of the best in Nepal. Night in stores.


Day 12

CAMPO DE ALTURA (5.800 m) – MERA PEAK (6.476 m) – KONGME DINGMA (5.000 m)

We will wake up at dawn to start walking early and try to reach the summit shortly after dawn. The ascent to Mera Peak, even without many technical difficulties, is a very cracked glacier and has complicated parts. One of them is 50 meters from the summit where there is a fixed rope to overcome the last 40º ramp. Once at the summit we will take a few minutes to enjoy some breathtaking views of the eight thousand in the area. We will descend directly to our base camp, collect our things and continue to Kongme Dingma, where we will set up our camp for the night.

Mera Peak (6.470m)

Day 13

KONGME DINGMA (5.000 m) – PANCH POKHARAI (5.100 m)

Today we will continue our approach trekking to the Baruntse base camp, our final objective. This stage will take us to Panch Pokharai where we will set up our camp.

Day 14


Pick up from our camp and descent to the Amphulaptcha Base Camp. Night in stores.

Day 15


Today is a hard day, we will have to cross the Amphulaptcha Pass, which we will climb slowly as it has some delicate steps and high altitude. In compensation, when we reach the pass, we will enjoy beautiful views of the Lhotse Shar and the Imja glacier. We have to go around the imja Tsho lake before reaching the main route of Island Peak, where we will descend to Chukung, night in Lodge, full board.

Day 16

CHUKUNG (4.800 m) – TENGBOCHE (3.860 m)

Today we will enter the Khumbu valley, as we descend into the valley we can see more towns, people in the fields, with animals, more vegetation and more influx of walkers, our route goes all the time under the slopes of Ama Dablam, we will pass through Pangboche (3,980 m) and we will continue our descent to Tengboche, the first thing that catches our attention is its magnificent temple, located on a low esplanade in Amadablam, it is a very special moment and a great peace and spirituality is felt in this place surrounded by great and mythical mountains. Night in Lodge.

Day 17

TENGBOCHE (3.860 m) – NAMCHE BAZAR (3.450 m)

Descent trekking to Lukla, along the same path we did on our first day. This is the last stage of our trekking, we will pass through the Tibetan bridges and we will meet the trekkers who start their journey, we will pass through the national park checkpoint to get our permits stamped and finally we will arrive in Lukla. Night in Lodge.

Day 18

NAMCHE BAZAR (3.450 m) – LUKLA (2.840m)

Descent trekking to Lukla, along the same path we did on our first day. This is the last stage of our trekking, we will pass through the Tibetan bridges and we will meet the trekkers who start their journey, we will pass through the national park checkpoint to get our permits stamped and finally we will arrive in Lukla. Night in Lodge.

Day 19


Return flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. Transfer to the Hotel, rest of the day free. Bed and breakfast

Day 20


Free day in Kathmandu. Hotel, accommodation and breakfast

Day 21


Transfer to the airport for the return flight.



  • Reception at the airport and transfer to the hotel in private vehicles.
  • Night in Kathmandu Thamel with breakfast included.
  • Flight Kathamandu – Lukla (round trip).
  • Full meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek and ascent.
  • 5 nights of services in a tent with staff.
  • Trekking permit (TIMS).
  • Permit to access the Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Permit to climb Mera Peak.
  • Government fees and other royalties.
  • Accommodation in hostels and guesthouses during the trekking and in tents during the ascent.
  • Official Spanish-speaking guide for trekking and ascent.
  • Porters, including their food, equipment, salary, and insurance.
  • Group climbing team.
  • Technical and material advice.
  • Access to ourtraining platform and OUTDOOR films for 75 days.


  • International flight (we can manage it)
  • Lunches and dinners in Kathmandu
  • Tickets to the city’s monuments
  • Personal material (boots, poles, ice axes, crampons, headlamp, etc.)
  • Travel insurance and mountain insurance (we can manage it)
  • Entry visa to Nepal, can be obtained at the airport on arrival (40 US$).
  • Everything not included in the “INCLUDED” section.
Mera Peak (6.470m)
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