Mera Peak standing at a height 6476mtrs above sea level is considered the highest trekking peak in Nepal. Unlike the European mountains, at this height, the oxygen content of air is lesser and adds another level of difficulty to this peak.
This is the very first mountaineering undertaken by the Adventure Pulse team, as early as 2009. Physical preparation and prior high altitude experience are strongly recommended as you need to understand how your body will react to high altitude. Taking this into consideration, we usually recommend Mera Peak to experienced high altitude trekkers who would like to branch into mountain climbing. If you have done some climbing at high altitude, then Mera Peak will be a brilliant choice. As the climb is not very technical, the true challenge with this mountain is that it will test your stamina and endurance.
The trek starts with a beautiful approach away from the crowds on the Everest trek. You trek past remote villages and terrace farms growing rice for the first couple of days, before crossing into the Makalu Barun National Park. The trek then leads you to the village of Khare which is situated at the snow line, an important point to restock supplies before heading to the Mera Peak Base Camp. After a long gruelling climb from the High Camp, a gentle slope leads you up to the summit. The views from both, the high camp, and from the summit are breath-taking, with clear visibility of some the biggest mountains in the world - Everest, Lhotse, Makalu and Baruntse
The trek nights are usually spent in basic Tea House lodges while the nights of the final climb are spent in fully supported camping with all meals provided.
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