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Mera Peak Climbing
Mera Peak Climbing
At 6,476m Mera Peak offers a full varied mountain experience on one of the highest classic altitude treks, situated in Nepal’s famous north-eastern Khumbu region and dominated by Mount Everest.

Truth be told less troublesome than a couple, the tallness and tedious 40o summit approach incline is to a great degree asking for: physical quality and pre-getting ready is essential. We offer a fundamental teahouse trek, with one 'clear night' in a stallion protect (with sheets) and two nighttimes in tents at the build and high base camps in light of Mera.

From Lukla's runway, travel south a long way from the gathering, on a long U curve that later turns north through pine rhododendron and bamboo timberlands and farmland before rising to high perfect and tundra. This appealing course should altogether help with acclimatization before the climb. A rest day walk around the Charpate Himal edge oversees mind blowing points of view of Mera North.

The trail by then a little bit at a time risings to the periodic town, and teahouse, of Khare (5 050m/16 570ft) where a mountain control, additional guards, outside and climbing mechanical assembly will envision us for the three day, two night summit trek.

The course by then takes after stony bone chilling moraines towards Base Camp. Here, crampon and ice work getting ready will be given by the gathering. The harsh course to High Camp is tricky if snowbound. The limited up summit rising requires 4-6 hrs; for stunning prizes. The long 1 400m/4 600ft fall back to Khare ensures a more sultry, more pleasing night.

Keep in mind your way to Lukla, on a shorter course, over three days. Fly back to Kathmandu.
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