Mera Peak (6,461m) Climbing

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    The Mera Peak is the highest trekking summit in Nepal at 6,461 m. A hard but rewarding expedition will take you from the main trails to Everest into the sparsely populated, wild and pristine Hinku Valley in the Makalu Barun National Park. With the summit of Mera Peak Central you reach a view point with spectacular views of five eight-thousand-meter peaks: Cho Oyu to the northwest, Everest and Lhotse to the north, and Makalu and Kanchenjunga to the northeast.
    After landing in Phablu, you will hike through the pristine valley with dense rhododendron forests, small Sherpa villages, picturesque mountain meadows and breathtaking views of the snow-capped Himalayan giants until you reach Base Camp. From here it goes over a charming glacier landscape to the summit. Although the ascent to the summit is challenging, the technical requirements are comparatively low and well-endowed with good stamina, ice pick and crampons experience and willpower.
    Our Mera Peak Tour requires good fitness, solid mountaineering and good glacier experience as well as sure-footedness and a head for heights.

    Trip Details

    Duration: 22 days
    Holiday Type: Tented Trek
    Best trekking Period: Oct/Nov/Apr/May
    Trek Grade: Strenuous
    Max Altitude: 6.461 m
    Group Size: Min. 4 persons (all the tour dates are guaranteed with a minimum group size of four persons)
    Tour Guide: English speaking, trained Nepalese mountain guide
    Costs: € 2.590 per person
    € 200 for single room for hotel accomodation only
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