Mera Peak climbing

Additionally, it offers some of the most spectacular mountain scenery, pristine forest, and high altitude climbing in the world. We start this climb with a hair-raising flight into the small town of Lukla at 2,800 m (9,184 ft). From there it is a five-day trek, with plenty of acclimatization days to keep us healthy at our ever-increasing altitude, through some of Nepal’s most pristine Rhododendron, oak, silver fir and birch forests, past beautiful alpine lakes, and finally up to the foot of Mera Glacier where well establish base camp. We will set up two more high camps, the first over 300 m above B.C. on the Mera Glacier, and the second after we cross the Mera crevasse field at 5,800 m. From here it is a steady and steep climb to reach the summit, with awe-inspiring views of Kanchenjunga and Makalu to the east, Everest and Lhotse to the north, and Ama Dablam and Cho Oyu
01: Itinerary:
01: Arrived at Intl airport transfer to hotel.
02: Sight seeing in kathmandu city’s Preparation and discussing with climbing guide.
03: Early morning drive to airport & fly to lukla over night in Lukla.
04: 5-6 hour treks to Chhatrabuk
05: 5-6 hour treks to Khothe
06: 6-7 hour treks to Thangana
07: Rest at Thangana for high altitude
08: Mera Peak base cano
09: Preparation for the climb equipment.
10: Mera high camp
11: Climb Mera and back to base camp.
12: One day extra for the weather condition
13: Base camp to Khothe
14: Back to Chhatrabuk
15: Continues Lukla
16: Fly back to Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel half day rest.
17: Bhaktapur & Patan sight seeing
18: free and hopping day
19: Final departure to home country.

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