Arranged on the planet well known Khumbu/Everest Valley, Mera Peak (6461m) is one of the most elevated trekking peaks greatly prevalent among climbers. The climbing of Mera Peak is viewed as beautifully shocking and energizing voyage. Expedition on Mera Peak is an awesome chance to satisfy one's fantasies of experience what it resembles to remain of a Himalayan summit.
Climbing Mera Peak is similarly troublesome than different mountains. It is actually testing climb and regularly includes extended lengths of snow and ice sheet strolling. The view from the Mera summit is one of the best in the Himalaya with five 8,000 m peaks obvious incorporate Mt. Everest (8848m), Cho-Oyu (8201m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8463m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), Nuptse (7855m), Chamlang (7319m) and numerous different peaks.
Despite the fact that it is a physically requesting, the mountain is considered reasonable for any individual who is fit and sharp slope walker. Notwithstanding the appeal of Mera Peak climbing, the trek from Lukla to Mera Base Camp investigates a portion of the remote and wild high regions of the Hinku valley, south of Mt. Everest.
Mera peak climbing begins after you take a grand departure from Kathmandu to Lukla. From Lukla instead of making a beeline for other exemplary Everest trekking course, north towards Namche Bazar the trekking trail will travel east towards the edge of peak. The edge of Mera Peak separates Dudh Koshi valley from Hinku valley. Climbing forward you will cross the high pass Zatra La (4,610 m.) at that point descend to Hinku valley. From Hinku valley climbing for around 2-3 days first north and after that to east will take you to Mera La (5,415 m.). From Mera La you move for 2 days through ice sheet to achieve the summit of Mera Peak. Trekking through delightful valleys, virgin woods, Sherpa towns, lovely valley of Honku and Hinku which are fantastic and wild region. While returning back you will trek down to wild Hongu valley which is a standout amongst the most wonderful valley in Khumbu region. You will additionally slip down to Tangnag and trek back through Thuli Kharka, Zatrwa La Pass, Chutanga to Lukla at that point fly back to Kathmandu.