Mera Peak Besteigung - Sonnenaufgang mit Blick auf Mount Everest
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4.950,00 €

Mera Peak - 6476m - Nepal

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Join us to climb and trek Mera Peak:
✪ The highest trekking peak of Nepal
✪ Wonderful views of Mount Everest and the Central Himalayans
✪ An exciting high tour
✪ Experienced Sherpa guides, Swiss organization

Technical skills: Hiking


Technical scale: Mountaineering skills required for our expeditions, alpine tours and demanding trekking.
1 - easy
2 - quite difficult
3 - difficult
4 - very difficult
5 - extreme
Mountaineering is the underlying ability to climb any mountain. On classic expeditions, many exposed areas are secured.

1 - easy / simple

"Easy" on expedition already includes mountaineering in alpine terrain or on glaciers up to grad ZS/AD "quite difficult" according to alpine scale. Exposed areas and crevasses are fixed if possible. Basic knowledge in handling ice axe / crampons and rope is required.

2 - quite difficult

Route with extensive passages in the grad ZS/AD: Safe handling with an ice ax, crampons and rope are required. Exposed places or crevasses are fixed if possible or walked in rope team.

3 - difficult

Persistent suspended passages must be managed. These will be insured if possible. Mountaineering on the alpine scale S/D "difficult" with exposed climbing passages (up to IV. UIAA degree). Good use of crampons and rope is required, as well as safe climbing in combined terrain.

4 - very demanding

Exposed and demanding route. The difficulties range up to the alpine scale SS/TD "very difficult" and are mostly insured. Dealing with fixed rope and climbing clamps, increased demands on climbing technique, physical conditions and experience are required, as are all the demands of "difficult" mountaineering.

5 - extreme

Very demanding mountaineering, even without the possibilities of protection. The terrain will rarely exceed the alpine difficulty SS/TD, but can reach the requirements of the alpine scale AS/ES "extremely difficult". Above-average ability and a lot of experience in alpine mountaineering are expected.
Danger Warning: For safety reasons, your personal skills and sufficient experience are required for each expedition and ascent (specific description under Information / Requirements).

Stamina - Endurance

A mountain athlete needs endurance above any other specific fitness skill. Cardiovascular fitness is of course always subject to the movement (as climbing rocks or steep ice, you will not be able to transfer your triathlete or running fitness to mountains without being solid in the required mountaineering skills).

1 - Active Tour
Easy treks to EBC or on top of Kilimanjaro. You should be an active person.
2 - Sportive Tour
More demanding treks, simple climbs, like the climb of Elbrus. You should be a sportive person regularly exercising (at least 2-3x per week).
3 - Demanding Trek / Expedition
Very demanding treks like to the top of Aconcagua, or expeditions at the physical lower level like Ama Dablam. You should be an endurance athlete wit mountaineering experience. You should train endurance at least 3x/week.
4 - High Endurance - Expedition
To climb Everest (with oxygen-support) or some of the "easier" 8000m peaks you need a strong endurance. You should train specifically at least 4-5x per week.
5 - Very high Endurance - Expedition
Some of our special self-supported 8000m+ peak climbs as on Makalu, or to climb Everest (without oxygen-support) fit into this category. Your endurance should be near the level of a professional mountain athlete. 

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Mera Peak Ascent - 6500m Trek

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Full service:
4.950,00 €

Airport of departure:

Frankfurt, gegen Aufpreis (€ 300): Berlin, Düsseldorf,, München , Stuttgart (EU)

Costs and Services - Mera Peak Climb

  • Organization of the entire trip
  • Leadership and Mera Guide:
    - SummitClimb expedition leader / European IVBV-Guide (min. 10 members - max. 14 members)
    - English-speaking Sherpa-Guide (min. 4 members, for groups upto 9 members)
  • Scheduled flights to/from Nepal:
    - Departure from major European airports
    - incl. 20kg free baggage allowance and hand baggage (7-10kg)
  • Airport transfers in Kathmandu
  • 4 nights at ****hotel in Kathmandu in a double room/breakfast
  • Transfers according to the program incl. domestic flight (additional cost for helicopter from/to Kathmandu if needed or wanted)
  • Trekking with full support (from/to Khare Lodge = Base Camp)
    - Sidar and yaks and/or porters
    - Full board (three meals per day, tea, coffe, 2L of boiled water to carry) at Lodge
  • Mera Peak Ascent:
    - High-camp equipment: tents, stoves and pots, food (1 camp, upto 2 nights)
    - Ropes and necesary climbing equipment
    - High-altitude Sherpa including their insurances, equipment, fees
    - Guide (IVBV / experienced Sherpa) depending on group size
    - Helicopter rescue insurance for Nepalese personnel
  • Extensive emergency pharmacy, pulse oximeter and medical oxygen.
  • National park fees for the Khumbu area
  • NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) permit for Mera Peak
Not included:
  • Personal equipment
  • Private expenses, such as telephone calls, internet vouchers, alcoholic beverages, gifts, etc.
  • Meals in Kathmandu
  • Visa fees for Nepal (30 days, USD 50)
  • Travel insurance (health, accident, travel cancellation)
  • Tips / Gratitudes 

Mera Peak - Trekking Itinerary

Day 1 - Flight to Nepal
Day 2 - Arrival in Nepal
Arrival in Kathmandu 1,300 metres (4,265 feet), airport pick-up and transfer to hotel near Thamel.
Day 3 - Kathmandu, Nepal
Orientation day, equipment checking, gear shopping and sightseeing in Kathmandu. Overnight stay in a hotel.
Day 4 - Drive to Salleri*
Drive to Salleri town, 2,360 metres (7,740 feet), a town in the foothills of the Himalaya. Overnight stay in a hotel.
Day 5 - Drive to Bung*
Drive to Bung village, 1,800 metres (5,904 feet). Entry to Makalu Barun National Park Headquarters. Overnight stay in a hotel.
Day 6 - Trek to Khiraule*
Walk to Khiraule, 2,460 metres (8,069 feet). Visit of Chambaling Monastery. Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.
Day 7 - Trek to Cholemkharka*
Walk to Cholemkharka, 3,580 metres (11,742 feet). Beautiful hill farming and yak pastures. Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.
Day 8 - Acclimatization at Cholemkharka*
Rest day in Cholemkharka, acclimatization hike nearly to 4,000 metres (13,120 feet). Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.
*Alternative route, flight to Lukla and access via Zetra La: This more direct route saves 2 days of time on the way to Mera Peak and may be suitable depending on road conditions, weather and flight conditions.
Day 9 - Trek to Khola Kharka
Walk to Khola Kharka, 4250 metres (14,000 feet), passing through famous Panch Pokhari (5 Lakes) mountain range. Overnight stay in the Teahouse Lodge.
Day 10 - Trek to Tagnag
Walk to Tagnag, 4,300 metres (14,108 feet), stunning scenery on the east side of Mera Peak. Overnight stay in the Lodge.
Day 11 - Trek to Khare
Walk to Khare at 5,000 metres (16,404 feet). High alpine village at the starting point for Mera La crossing. Overnight stay in Lodge.
Day 12 - Preparation at Khare
Rest day at Khare, check of the equipment, fixed rope training, acclimatization, exploration of the surroundings. Overnight stay in Lodge.
Day 13 - Ascent to Mera High Camp
Climb to Mera Peak High Camp, 5,768 metres (18,924 feet). Amazing views of Everest and all Himalaya. Overnight stay in camp, 2 members per tent.
Day 14 - Summit Mera Peak
A technically easy ascent leads us to the summit of Mera Peak, almost 6500m high. The view of the Himalayas, the Mount Everest massif, the pointed mountains of the front Khumbu, Chamlang and Cho Oyu reward all efforts of the day. Descent to Khare. Overnight stay in lodge.
Day 15 - Trek to Tashing Dingma
Walk down to Tashing Dingma at 4010 metres (13,153 feet). This is a small group of wooden lodges in a beautiful pine forest. Overnight stay in Lodge.
Day 16 - Trek to Thuli Kharkha
Walk up to Thuli Kharkha - Chetra at 4,300 metres (14,104 feet). Lovely group of teahouses in a mountain bowl surrounded by rocky peaks. Overnight stay in a Teahouse Lodge
Day 17 - Trek over Chetra La to Lukla
Walk over the Chetra-La pass, 4,610 metres (15,120 feet) then down to Lukla at 2,860 metres (9,383 feet). Village containing the famous airport used for flights between the Everest region and Kathmandu. Overnight stay in a Teahouse Lodge.
Day 18 - Lukla to Kathmandu 
Flight to Kathmandu. Overnight stay in a hotel.
Day 19 - Kathmandu
Extra day in Kathmandu, reserve day for Lukla flight, sightseeing.
Day 20/21 - Departure from Nepal
Transfer to Kathmandu airport, flight back home.

Mera - Summit

The highest TMA-classified trekking mountain is easy to climb, so it is suitable as an entry mountain in Nepal for prepared endurance sportsmen/women or mountaineers/hikers with alpine experience.

Conditions of tour

While trekking: from subtropical to moderate (at night slightly below 0°C from 4000m altitude), there can be a lot of precipitation.

Mera summit day, mornigs down to - 10°C / with wind chill factor down to - 25°C

Travel documents/visa for Nepal:

Citizens of the EU, Switzerland and most OECD countries can obtain the visa for Nepal on arrival with a passport valid for at least 6 months.


For the SummitClimb Mera Peak trekking, each participant needs the personal equipment recommended by us. If necessary, you can buy or rent the complete equipment directly in Nepal.

Participation - Requirements for your Mera Peak Climb

General requirements: You should be in good physical condition and healthy. Pevious experience of glacier tours or alpine tours are an advantage, but we will teach you all the basics again on our training day. Altitude experience at around 5000m is recommended.
Technical requirements: The normal route to Mera Peak, 6476m, does not pose any major technical difficulties. According to the SAC alpine scale, the route is rated WS- / according to the French scale: PD-. The main difficulty lies in the last steep upswing of about 10-15 meters, where our Sherpas lay a fixed rope and together with the leader take care of the participants.
Endurance: With almost 900 meters of ascent from 5800m to almost 6500m the ascent is conditionally demanding. You should be in good shape and practice endurance sports regularly.
Note High Camp: The start of the summit push from the high camp requires a certain amount of outdoor experience: your proper organization in the morning, start from the tent...

Travel to Nepal & Rules 2023

Flight: to/from Kathmandu

Visa on Arrival: Under the prevailing law, almost all* foreign nationals with a certificate of complete vaccination against covid-19 or a negative certificate of the Covid-19 test will be able to obtain an on-arrival visa from Immigration Offices at the entry points. Your passport should be valid for min. 6 months at the time of entry.

*exemptions: citizens of Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan, Syria, and passengers traveling with travel documents must bring visas from the Nepali embassy or missions abroad.

Before traveling, you need to fill following government form: CCMC form - Nepal


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Mera Peak Ascent - 6500m Trek

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