Mera Peak (7,476m) is famed for the biggest trekking peak in Nepal. Mera Peak is located to the South of Everest and dominates the beautiful and remote valleys of Hinku and Hongu. To Climb Mera Peak is made from the Mera La pass (5,415m) on the Northern Face, which connects to the valley of Hongu to the Hinku valley. Mera peak climbing trip has been started after successes full climb of Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tensing in 20th May 1953. Mera peak climbing is becoming popular among trekkers and climbers to have the feeling of hiking and climbing on snow and experiencing trekking in remote part of Khumbu region.
The ascent of Mera Peak continues two more High Base Camps are set up at 5385m and a higher one at 5,800m, from where the summit ascent can be attempted. Mera Peak has two different summits, the main one being the Northern Summit (6,476m), which is reached by avoidance the Central Summit of Mera Peak (6461m) and following a classic snow ridge to the top. Mera Peak climb is technically straightforward, there are some crevasses to maneuver around, and the route can be long and demanding after a fresh snowfall. The Mera Peak climb from Mera La to the Summit is gradual with an outstanding mountain panorama of the Eastern Nepal Himalayas always in sight. The peaks visible include Mt. Everest (8,848m), Cho-Oyu (8,201m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m), Kangchenjunga (8,586m), Nuptse (7,855m) and Chamlang (7,319m) amongst many others from Meara Peak summit.
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