A striking adventure on the Nepal's highest trekking peak, stunning views of four world's highest peaks, less technical climb, on the isolated region, a peak for all types of adventurer, in the pristine forest, in complete isolation and tranquility in the midst of superb landscapes with outstanding scenery.
Mera Peak, Nepal's highest trekking peak stands proudly at 6,654m, located in the remote region of Khumbu. Adventure begins from the village of Lukla, the gate-way to Everest. The trip from here leads to the adjoining high mountain hills of Naulekh. On leaving the last settlement and heading east to a steep climb of three hours to the top ridge. From here, it's a steep descent to the hidden valley of Hinku, as the bottom is reached on the valley; a pleasant walk leads you through the tranquil forest of oaks pines and rhododendron with grazing pastures and meadows. Then slowly reaching at the 5,800m high camp, on the foot of Mera Peak, the climb to the summit is technically straight forward on a long glacier.
As the final destination is reached on top of the summit, beauty and a panorama of the mountains awaits, including the top five 8000 meter Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Kanchenjunga and Mt. Cho-Oyu. After the wonderful adventurous trek, retrace the remaining journey back to Lukla for the sweeping flight back to Kathmandu.
Today you will be ascending 700 meters. After an early breakfast, your guide will lead you on the straight path for the first quarter an hour. After then you will start climbing up on a rocky path for 45 minutes. Have a short rest once you finished climbing up the steep path. If you had missed to visit the glacial lake the previous day you can visit today. Just walk off the main trail for quarter an hour to observe the lake. The path is relatively easier for another 1 hour. After 1 hour‟s walking, you will reach at the place called Dik which is a big flat ground where there are two seasonal tea shops. Some trekkers have lunch here and some go to Khare. From Dik the path climbs steep up for 1 hour to reach Khare. There are few lodges and most of them have well built campsites.Overnight at tented camp.
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