Mera Peak Climbing is one of the finest climbing peaks in Nepal rewarding you with the enchanting panorama of the majestic mountain vistas and alluring settlement of the native people. Climbing to the top of the Mera peak is appropriate for every single fit trekker who endeavors to hope to step a Himalayan summit and It is a physically challenging snow trek with direct climbing. It is appropriate for even the first-time climbers as we will provide you with a climbing instructional class covering different parts of climbing strategies and aptitudes like ice sheet travel, rope settling, rising, and slipping which will come in handy during the climb. Mountain Miracle Treks & Expedition provides you with the best climbing guides and porter's experience in sorting out such undertakings and have the mastery to guarantee that you have each conceivable possibility of achieving Mera Peak and glory in your achievement.
Our Mera Peak climbing schedule has been precisely intended to trek the more drawn-out and less trodden trails with progressive risings to guarantee appropriate acclimatization. We are certain that by this more drawn-out course you will accomplish it. After an amazing flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, we start climbing the Hinku valley of Pangkongma and PanchPokhari before heading to Mera Peak. we set our high camp at 5800 meters on a rough retire behind a substantial vertical shake, which gives some level of heaven and which makes the summit day shorter and charming. The all-encompassing perspective seen from our Mera High Camp is genuinely amazing and most likely truly outstanding of its kind. From the Mera peak, climbers have a chance to explore the extraordinary mountain scene with five fantastic 8000-meter tops, Mount Everest, Cho - Oyu, Makalu, Lhotse, and Kanchenjunga. Concluding the expedition, we climb down to Luka by means of the Zetra La.
Join the glorious Mera Peak Climbing with the most trustworthy and experienced team of Mountain Miracle Treks & Expedition to witness the thrill of the majestic Himalayas of Nepal.