Mera Peak (6,476 m) and Island Peak (6,189 m) climbing is a joint venture of climbing two high peaks of Nepal Himalayas.
Though Mera and Island Peak seem close to each other on a map, it is divided by a chain of mountains separating the Khumbu Valley and Hinku. The journey also takes you through the most remote and beautiful region of Nepal.
The fascinating Mera Peak is known as the “highest trekking peak in Nepal”. Climbing Mera Peak does not require any prior climbing experience is a less technically challenging peak climb but requires crossing the challenging Amphu Lapcha Pass (5,780 m).
You will surely feel like being in paradise as the trail from here takes you through the enchanting Hinku Valley and from there cross the Amphu Lapcha Pass into the Imja Valley.
In the case of Island peak climb, you need proper gears such as ladders, rope to climb, and is considered a more challenging climb than Mera.
The only requirement for this trip is you should be physically fit and know how to use gears such as ice ax and crampons. Himalayan Trekkers has beautifully designed this crucial itinerary with proper rest days for unlocking the unrefined beauty of these mountainous regions and also provides you with practice sessions for your successful venture.
Mera and Island Peak Climbing HighLights
- Climb two Splendid peaks of Nepal Himalayas - Island and Mera.
- Support and certified climbing guides with proper camp setups.
- Explore Namche Bazaar of Everest Region
- Acclimatization and Rest Days included
- Splendid views of Mount Everest (8848 m), Lhotse (8,500 m), Makalu (8,478 m), Nuptse (7,880 m), Ama Dablam (6,812 m), Baruntse (7,129 m)
- Crossing Amphu Lapcha Pass (5,780 m)
- Trekking in the remote Honku valley
- The warm hospitality of Sherpas and peek into their culture and traditions
You start your trek from Luka after a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Luka. Heading to Poyan, Pangkongma, and so on until you reach Mera peak base camp. Acclimatizing in between and crossing different passes and villages, we climb Mera peak on day 14th and Island Peak on day 20th. We trace back to Lukla on day 23rd and the following day to Kathmandu.