Mera Peak Climb Budget Service Overview
If you’re looking for an adventurous journey to Mera Peak solely based on climbing and trekking, you have landed in the right place. On our 4 days package of Mera Peak climbing, we will support you in your expedition to the top of the peak from base camp with minimum cost but an unforgettable experience. Mera Peak Climbing, with an altitude of 6,467 meters, is located in the Hinku Valley of Nepal and lies in the Khumbu region.
Mera Peak is considered to be the highest among all the ‘trekking peaks’ of Nepal. This region was said to be first explored by some famous British expedition along with Nepali guides namely Edmund Hillary, Eric Shipton, George Lowe, and tensing Norgay Sherpa.
Summit of Mera Peak greets you with stunning panoramas of at least the five tallest mountains in the world: Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Cho Oyo, along with many other snowcapped peaks around the area.
The fascination of foreign as well as national trek enthusiasts to climb this peak has made it one of the most popular trekking peaks in Nepal. The straightforward ascent route to the peak encourages veteran climbers to take up this adventure. Scaling of Mera Peak will be perfect preparation for climbing higher elevations in near future like Everest, Annapurna, etc.
This peak climbing requires some basic alpine skills since the trail to the summit is snow-covered and filled with heavy glaciers. Along with some technical alpine skills, trekkers should carry proper clothing and gear for this adventurous journey.
Highlights of Mera Peak Budget Trip
- A low-budget trip with high-budget experience and scenarios
- An experience of summiting the highest trekking peak of the Nepalese Himalayas
- Exquisite vistas of the Nepalese Himalaya Range from the peak
- Reflections on Sherpa culture and lifestyle in the Khumbu region
- Exploration of the legendary Everest region
- Hike through the heavy glaciers and wilderness of mountains
- Physical as well as mental preparation for climbing higher altitude
Route of Budget Mera Peak Climb
The trail to the summit of Mera Peak is full of adventure. 4 days package of Mera Peak will begin from the land of Khare which exhibits glimpses of the beautiful snowcapped soon-to-be-scaled, Mera Peak. Ascending route of Mera Peak includes broad glaciers, steep sections, snow-covered fields, etc.
There are three peaks on Mera Peak and you are heading toward the one with the highest altitude. As you begin climbing from the Mera Peak base camp, you will come across a few broad glaciers that flank the central summit of the peak. You will also encounter some steep uphill sections during your trek which will require some technical skills as well as focus. Mera Peak climbing expects a gradual climbing technique from the trekkers.
During the trek route, there are few stopping points to rest and gain energy to scale more altitude. The last few feet to the summit will require more effort and the use of mountaineering gears to reach the summit. Mera Peak route is pretty straightforward for an expert trekker. The descending route will be much easier.
Difficulty Level of Budget Mera Peak Climbing
Scaling a mountain is no easy task however, with some determination, alpine training, and a good physique, even a rookie trekker or climber can scale their way to Mera Peak Summit. Mera Peak trail has a few heavy glaciers and steep routes to the top which needs you to be ready with mountaineering gears such as ice axes, ropes, harnesses, crampons, etc. The ascending route is a little technical but again the scenic views and the sense of accomplishment after reaching the summit are worth all the hardships.
The height of the Mera Peak is over 6000 meters which can trigger altitude sickness as you have to ascend from lowland to uphill. Altitude sickness is a big challenge to your goal of setting foot on the summit of Mera Peak and to avoid it our 4 Days package to Mera Peak includes a day for the acclimatization which will allow your body to get used to the high elevation.
The temperature and weather of such high elevation are unpredictable and there are chances of some harsh weather conditions while climbing to the destination. These unpredictable weather conditions will be dealt with with calmness and patience by our team during the climb.
Best Season for Climbing Mera Peak
There are two best seasons for peak climbing in Nepal: Autumn and Spring. However, you can climb Mera Peak even in early winter when the temperature is not extremely freezing.
4 Days Mera Peak climbing in Spring
Spring is a perfect time to scale Mera Peak. The climatic situation of Mera Peak will be stable in spring and there are fewer chances of facing any harsh climate which affects your trekking experience. The trekking trail of Mera Peak in spring will be filled with blooming Rhododendrons which is just a small glimpse of mesmerizing scenario this trip has to offer. All the breathtaking vistas of mountains in the Everest region are clearly visible during spring while climbing Mera Peak as there will be no fog on the way.
4 Days Mera Peak climbing in Autumn
Similar to spring, autumn in Nepal also has a very stable climatic situation which is great for peak climbing experiences. There are very few chances of rainfall in autumn which avoids the slippery trail to the summit. Also, the season of autumn welcomes many festivities in Nepal so you can experience the cultural richness and diversity of Nepalese people along with an adventurous climbing experience.
4 Days Mera Peak climbing in Early Winter
4 days Mera Peak climbing package is a short trek so it can be accomplished even in early winter when the temperature up there isn’t extremely cold and the climate will be less harsh. You can choose to summit Mera Peak in early winter when there will be no or very little snowfall.