Climb to Mera Peak is the highest trekking trail. A strenuous but rewarding excursion, which takes us away from the trails leading to Everest Base Camp to the moderately-inhabited Hinku Valley. We walk by way of a gorgeous excessive alpine atmosphere, the Mera Peak, the highest trekking trail in Nepal up to 6461meters, towers over the Hinku valley. The mounting is a non-technical climb, which any individual with ice-ax and crampon experience can try.
With just-right acclimatization and a lot of self-control, you can attain the summit of this stunning Himalayan height. On the summit, we are reward with great views of five among the six perfect mountains in the world – Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu:Less
Arrival in Kathmandu Airport, meet and greet by Nebula Travels and Tours representative drives to your hotel. In the evening, we host a briefing meeting at your hotel in Kathmandu and introduce your tour guide. Please seek this possibility to ask questions about your travel. This entails a full trip briefing having delicious dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Morning flight to Lukla then trek to Piuyan (2800M). We take the outstanding plane to the small airport at Lukla, (2,800M) the gateway to the Khumbu region and the beginning factor for the standard path closer to Everest. It is a market with many hotels, equipment, and retail supply outlets. Our trek starts right here from Lukla heading south with a steep descent to Surkye. From Surkye we have now a steep climb as much as the Chutok La from the place we contour into an aspect valley to Piuyan and overnight at teahouse.
Leave the primary path and climb via lush farmland to Pangkongma (2900M). This morning we go away the principal exchange route which matches south to Phaphlu. Instead, we climb, steeply to start with eastwards on a quieter trail that winds continuously upwards. Over the Khari La (3,048M) and lush terraced farmland closer to the small trading center of Pangkongma (2,900M). Watching again we get just right views of Numbur and Karyolung Mountains and overnight at teahouse.
After breakfast at the teahouse. We will trek the Pangkongma La, the Hinku Khola, and the valley to Nashing Dingma (2963M). We trek steeply through a lush forest of bamboo and rhododendron with the views of Numbur and Kongde peaks on back, to the Pangkongma La (3,170M). We can see Naulekh and five minutes under the go we seize our first views of Mera South Face.
It's a long, steep descent to the lower part of the valley, with views south over the hills of the scale down Himalaya. We have now lunch in a small restaurant simply above the river. After lunch, we pass the Hinku River through a suspension bridge, and have two hours climb up the east facet of the valley to Nashing Dingma and overnight at teahouse.
A steep climb to the Surkye La; on to Chholem (3600M), We proceed with ups and downs trail which characterize this first part of the trek. The trail becomes adventurous as we climb to the Surkye La (3,060M) before that offers us a style of the altitude yet to come. We will need a cup of tea to capture our breath in one of the teahouses just over the pass. Earlier than continuing our climb up to the summer grazing land of Chholem Kharka (3,600m). We must arrive for a late lunch, and in the afternoon the energetic can walk up the ridges surrounding Chholem and overnight at teahouse.
The Pangkongma La and Sukye La into the Hinku Valley (4270M). This morning we go away the jungle behind and strategy wilder nation, the place the Sherpa's only herd their animals in the summertime. It's a shortish however quite a hard day at present with steep climbs and a few ridges to cross. We ascend on stone steps the entire way to 4,300M. On a clear day, we get a lovely view of Kanchenjunga and its pointed neighbor Jannu away to the east in India. From the second pass, we descend to the stunning holy lakes at Panch Pokhari. Khola Kharka is a brief well beyond the lakes and overnight at teahouse.
The Hinku Valley to Kote (3600). There are no hotels en route at present so that we will have breakfast and lunch. We will take some snacks and plenty of water. From Khola Kharka then we have a short steep climb up steps for a half-hour to a couple of prayer flags. Just around the nook, we get beautiful views throughout to Numbur, Pike top, and the Lamjura pass.
The route contours around the hillside and then descends all the means very steeply down to the Mojang Khola. We pass the river and descend even additional to the Hinku Khola. An undulating path brings us to a bridge throughout the roaring Hinku Khola and into Kote village. We have got late lunch at the hotel, and there's the time in the afternoon to scrub or discover the village and overnight at teahouse.
Ascend the Hinku Valley to Tangnag (4300M). An exclusive walk in these days following the Hinku Kola. The path follows the river on a rocky trail upstream crossing several landslide areas. Simply after leaving Kote, we can see the three peaks of Mera. As we ascend the valley Kyashar's height seems forward adopted through Kusum Kanguru and East top. We discontinue for a cup of tea at Saure and reach Tangnag for a late lunch. We stay in Tangnag, for the following two nights (4,300M). We are now in a deep valley created through the towering walls of Kyashar height, Kusum Kanguru and East top and overnight at teahouse.
Acclimatization day at Tangnag (4300). We spend the day acclimatizing to the altitude. There will probably be a walk this morning to the highest of a ridge south of Tangnag. We walk to approximately 5,000meters and will have to have first-class views of the Mera La, Kusum Kanguru, Kyeshar and East peaks. We return to camp to have lunch and relaxation in the afternoon than overnight at teahouse.
Half of the day stroll to the final accommodations at Khare, our Base Camp (4900M). A short day with roughly three to four hours of ascent earlier Dig Kharka to Khare, the Mera top Base Camp at 4,900 meters. The trail climbs steeply out of Tangnag to a few prayer flags overlooking the glacier tumbling down from Kyeshar's peak. The trail will get less complicated as we climb up the valley past Dig Kharka after which there is a final steeper climb to the accommodations at Khare. We have now lunch in Khare and a free afternoon. From Khare, we get quality views of Mera, Charpati Himal, Kyeshar top and different Himalayan and overnight at teahouse.
Acclimatization, Ice Axe, and Crampon practice (4900M). Now we have an acclimatization day at Khare. There will be the risk to stroll up on to the glacier closer to the Mera La. The place we will practice our ice ax, crampon and cord technique and use of Jumar. There might be a full gear determine at Khare, and it's possible to hire apparatus here. Please note that gear assessments and all practice classes are obligatory earlier than the climb. There can be a gaggle summit briefing in Khare as in high camp. We have no eating tent. Briefings are executed on a tent by way of tent groundwork and overnight at teahouse.
Trek to the Mera La (5400M). A short but steep and hard stroll up to the Mera La. The trail climbs steeply out of Khare on a rocky path with high-quality views watching ahead to the peaks of Mera and back down to Khare. Continuing up the trail gets steeper, and there may well be snow, and we can need crampons and helmets as we climb the very steep rocky gully onto the glacier.
As soon as on the glacier, the gradient eases off, and we comply with the glacier up to the Mera La where we keep tonight. The camp is just under the go on the Honku side, an icy and windy spot but the sunset from this campsite is truly stunning with the peaks of the Honku Himalaya. Glowing purple within the environment solar and overnight napping in camp.
Trek to excessive camp (5800M). Another short day as we ascend the Mera glacier as much as a rocky outcrop to set up extreme camp at 5,800m. The trail is just not so steep, and we can see our route for tomorrow. From camp it is viable to see five out of the six best possible mountains on earth, stretching from Kanchenjunga within the east via Makalu, Lhotse, and Mount Everest to Cho Oyu within the west. This afternoon there will be an ultimate apparatus examination. We will be able to prepare our garments capable of the next day to come.
After sundown, it seems the final orange glow on the summit of Makalu. We retire to the heat of our snoozing bags to rest before the summit tries the next day. Please note that high camp is tremendously cold and excessive and camping space is very confined. There's no eating or toilet tent. Our porters will deliver food and drinks to your tents and briefings will be achieved by the courses on a tent to tent basis and overnight in camp.
Climb Mera peak (6,461M). A particularly long day with early (and most often highly cold) begins at around 2 am or earlier. We will be able to activate roped up in teams. You will have got to carry your ice ax and wear crampons as we ascend the large, open glacier, averting the few crevasses. The terrain right here isn't very steep, but the going is very sluggish because of the altitude, and it may be very windy. As daybreak tactics, the path starts to ascend steeply to the east of the left-hand ridge before swinging right on the less complicated floor to technique the summit. As we approach the mountain, we can rest at a pass at the same time the Sherpa's fix a safeguard rope to the bottom of the final part of the mountain. The last 50M to the summit is the hardest part of the climb. Please notice crevasses right here change from year to year.
As soon as on the top the views from the sun rising over Kanchenjunga in the east. Descending this steep part will contain abseiling from the summit, and we can use the constant rope again to the pass. From right here the descent is probably quicker. We descend back down to excessive camp where we have some hot soup and drinks. We then descend the entire way to our Base Camp at Khare, mostly arriving very late afternoon. After an extended, however, achievement day, returning to a scale back altitude (4,900 meters means that we must all sleep soundly.
Summit day will also be icy and mostly windy. You need to be capable of getting in a position swiftly and transfer as fast as that you could to preserve heat. Will have to a challenge increase on summit day the place participants of your roped staff usually are not compatible to continue then every person roped together is also expected to descend. This selection might make via the guide and overnight at teahouse.
A more comfortable stroll as we retrace our steps by way of Tangnag to Kote (3600M). A long but stunning stroll as we retrace our steps down the valley prior to Tangnag. The place we have lunch and additional down the valley to Kote and overnight at teahouse.
A steep climb out of the valley in the direction of the Zatrwa La to Chetrabu (4225M). A difficult day in these days as we start our ascent of the Zatrwa La, the go that brings us back to Lula. Leaving Kote a small rocky path takes us down the Hinku Valley for a couple of hours. There are some very steep rocky steps each up and down. We eventually depart the Hinku Kola and begin an extraordinarily steep climb through the wooded area. We have an early lunch at Tokar in teahouses in the jungle area. By way of the trees, we can spot the summit of Mera height now far away.
After lunch, we continue hiking up via a jungle area. The rhododendron trees supply option to smaller bushes and the mountains begin to show up throughout the valley. Looking back on a clear day, we will see all three summits of Mera, the top forty-one, and Naulekh. The better we climb, the better the views and we can hint much of the route we have trekked the earlier couple of weeks. In the end, we attain a couple of prayer flags, and from right here, the trail eases as we process the lodge at Chetrabu. We enjoy views of Mera's vertical West face and overnight at teahouse.
Return to Lukla over the Zatrwa La (2800M). An extended day as we return to Lukla. From the hotel, it's a steep climb to the top of the primary (and highest) part of the Zatrwa La at 4,640m. There is a small tea retailer close to the summit. From the top, we get perfect views of a number of the peaks of Khumbu. There's a quick steep descent which can be icy and then the trail contours precariously around the hillside for an hour or as a way to the second Zatrwa La at 4,540m.
From here we now have an extraordinarily steep descent to Kharka Tseng. This component to the path will also be snow or ice protected, and we may need crampons for this part. After lunch, we continue our descent on a rocky trail to Chutenga; then it can be one other couple of hours or so back to Lukla and overnight at the teahouse, if we arrive Lukla, we accommodate at hotel.
Fly to Kathmandu. We fly to Kathmandu within the morning, switch to our lodge and head straight for a scorching bath or a beer, depending on priorities and overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.
Free in Kathmandu for Sightseeing, There might be a full trek briefing this morning. You will be required to deliver all of your mountain climbing apparatus to the briefing. There shall be complete equipment to investigate. Should you need to hire or purchase equipment, there might be time to do that at present. The relaxation of the day is free for sightseeing in Kathmandu. The iconic points of interest in and around Kathmandu are the monkey temple at Swayambhunath, one of the vital largest Buddhist Stupas on the planet at Bouddnath, and the principal Hindu temple within the valley at Pashupatinath. Sightseeing excursions may also book. Please see the not obligatory Excursions part and overnight at the hotel.
After having breakfast in the hotel, wait until flight time than drive to Tribhuvan International Airport for your return flight.