Duration: about 18 days
Trek days: about 14 days
Max. Altitude: 6654m
Mera Peak is Nepal's highest trekking peak standing at 6654m and is situated in an uninhabited and unspoilt part of Nepal to the south-east of Everest which gives a real wilderness experience and a sense of exploration in the rarely visited Hinku valley. Hinku valley is one of the wildest and most beautiful in Nepal. This will allow you to sample a true 'wilderness experience' en route to Mera.
This trek is started by flying to Lukla and from here proceed slowly to the east, crossing the Zatr La, and after eight days trekking we reach Khare from where you may base ascent. From the Mera La it is possible to ascend to the summit in one day, but you can make use of a high camp to increase your chances of success. The steady climb to the north summit rewards efforts with one of the finest viewpoints in Nepal, giving fantastic views of five 8000m peaks, Everest and Lhotse to the north, Kanchenjunga and Makalu to the east, and Cho Oyu to the west.
This tresk has stay in tea-houses en route but at High Camp you can operate a fully equipped camping trek with accommodation in two person tents and food being cooked by kitchen staff. Transport to and from the Everest region is generally by air.