Népal Peak Climbing

Day 01: Arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) Kathmandu (1350m).
 Arrive in Kathmandu at any time. Our airport representative will welcome you and give you further details of the program. There are no planned activities for your arrival day, so check into the hotel, get your bearings and enjoy your overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 02: City tour.
Our city guide will take you to historical places around Kathmandu valley which is also listed on world heritage sites by UNESCO.

Day 03: Fly to Phaplu and trek to Taksindu (2931 m)
This day we fly to Phaplu which takes around 30 minutes. and then start walking to Taksindu. On this day we have to cross Tragus Indho La (3071 m). It takes around 6-7 hours walking to get to Taksindu.

Day 04: Trek to Kharikhola (2370 m)
The trail is slightly downwards up to Dudh koshi river and then it goes up. After dudh koshi bridge gets to Jubing and then Kharikhola can be reached.

Day 05: Pangkongma (2846 m)
From here the slope of the path goes slowly upward and Passing the some villages we get to Pangkongma , which is also known as pangum.

Day 06: Rest at Pangkongma
It’s a day before passing the Pangkongma La so we take a day for rest here at this place ,we visit around here .

Day 07: Gnashing Dingma (2591 m)
We start our trek following the trail upward to the top of Pang Kongma La (3173 m) and then down to the Linkhu Khola . From this river the trail goes upward up to the Gnashing Gingma and we follow this trail.

Day 08: Chalem Kharka /Chyangel Kharka (3609 m)
From Gnashing Kharka we go upwards to small pass ( Surki La) and following up and down path we set our camp at Chalem Kharka (Chyangel Kharka )at the elevation of (3609 m)

Day 09: Khola Kharka /Changbu Kharka
We leave from Khola kharka (Changbu Kharka) passing Danda kharka and Panch pokhari. It means lake, which is very beautiful and we set our camp a little further from here at Khola kharka.

Day 10: Khote (3885 m)
The trail from here is up and down without settlements on the way . After an interesting walking of around 4 hours, our trail joins with the trail which comes from Lukla via Thuli kharka.

Day 11:Thangnak (4356 m)
The slightly up and down himalayan trail from Kothey leads to the Thangnak where we can see wild animal Musk deer and Himalayan Thar. Which is the third day’s camp,where we can find some tea houses during trek season.

Day 12: Thangnak Rest day (4356 m)
We will take this day as an acclimatization day to fit our body with the Himalayan environment . On this day we will have an optional tour around nearby here.

Day 13: Khare (4900 m)
After around one hour walking there are two trails one is from the glacier side and another one is from north side of the glacier this both trail finally meets together near dig kharka and then it goes upward to khare through the glacier.

Day 14: Mera La – Mera Base Camp (5415 m)
From khare we step forward to Mera la. Crossing Mera La (5415 m) we will reach Mera Base Camp (5415 m) where we set our tented base camp with full logistic support.

Day 15: Mera High Camp (5800 m)
This day we started climbing to the Peak and set our camp and high camp on the lap of the peak.

Day 16: Mera Summit – Mera Base Camp (5415 m)
from High camp we start climbing up early in the morning to the top. From the top we can observe the incredible view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho-yu, Khancha junga, Nuptse and many others. We spent a short time at the Mera summit (6,476m /21,240 m) and then descended down toward base camp.

Day 17: journey security
It is a reserve day at Base camp, for rest or on this day we can visit and further exploration around base camp.

Day 18: Khote (3600 m)
We clean up the camp and after packing all the stuff we get back down to Khare which takes around 5 -6 hours of easy walking.

Day 19: Thuli Kharka( 4300 m)
In the morning, we start walking to Thulikharka, it is the way through the alpine forest .The way is a little slope downward and we can find some temporary teahouses on the way.

Day 20: Lukla (2840 m)
From Thulikharka we directly walk to Lukla crossing the Zatara La (4855 m). It is the last day of walking around 5-6 hours.

Day 21: Fly to Kathmandu (1300 m)
This morning the guide will take you back to Kathmandu by flight and you will be checked in into the hotel and will have rest and refreshment.

Day 22: Journey security:
This day is the reserve day for visiting around Kathmandu valley and also for shopping. This evening we all will have a farewell dinner.

Day 23: Departure:
This day our representative will come to the hotel and take you to the airport for final departure on your time wishing you a safe and nice journey.


Phapu at Mera Peak

Mera Peak 6476m is the highest trek in Nepal. It lies south of Everest and overlooks the heavily forested Hinku and Honzu Drangkas valleys.

J.O.M Roberts and Sen Tensing were the first to summit Mera on May 20, 1953.

The ascent does not really present any technical difficulties. It is a moderate slope snow race. A challenge accessible to mountaineers wishing to make their first 6000.

There are several routes to reach Mera Peak. This one is a superb loop which leaves from Phapu to arrive at Lukla in 17 days. A regular ascent for perfect acclimatization via the Tragsindho La pass at 3071m. You arrive at the village of Pangum via the Dudh Khosi river "the river of milk". Then you reach the base camp at 5414m. From the summit of Mera Peak, the reward is there with one of the most beautiful panoramas in Nepal. A view of five Himalayan giants over 8000m: Cho-Oyu, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, Everest, Lhoste.

23-day trek Camping accommodation

Mera Peak and Amphu Laptse Pass

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Trip Info

trip code:
Peak Climbing
trip grade:
Max Elevation:
Total Duration:
23 Jours, Le prix: 2575 €
best time:
Mars- Mai et Sept.-Nov.
Group Size:
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