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Mera Peak Climbing (23 Days)

The summit of the Mera peak is the highest point 6476m among the trekking peak around the Nepal. It's one of the popular trekking peak and It's also known as the basis Mountaineering training peak before to go for the Mt. Everest or other 8000m peaks.

The ascent of the Mera peak isn't not technical as comparison to Mt Ama Dablam, Mt Tutse, Mt. Teng Kang Pouche etc. The view of Nepal's Himalayan range from the summit of Mera Peak is unbelievable & that you never expect before your trip to Mera peak. In order to reached on the summit of Mera peak, first of all you must be physically fit and after your good acclimatized with the mountain climate then there is no dough to reach on the summit.

ITINERARY

1 : Arrival Kathmandu & transfer to hotelMera Peak
2 : City Sightseeing tour around the Kathmandu
3 : Fly to Lukla begin trek Piuyan
4 : Trek to Pangom
5 : Trek to Niumso
6 : Strenuous trek Chetra Tenga forest camp
7 : Moderately strenuous day Khote
8 : Acclimatization day Khote
9 : Trek Tagnag
10 : Acclimatization: Kusim Kaunguru Ri Tagnag
11 : Trek Khare or Dig Kharka
12 : Khare
13 : Khare
14 : Short steep walk to La and camp Mera La Camp
15 : Short walk to HC High Camp
16 : Summit day Khare
17 : Spare summit day Khare
18 : Trek out Khote
19 : Trek out Tulli Kharka
20 : Trek over pass & down Lukla
21 : Fly to Ktm by early morning flight
22 : Free day in Kathmandu & celebration dinner at night
23 : Flight home or extend

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