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Mera Peak Expeditions 2017

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Mera Peak Climbing takes us to the summit of Mera Peak (6,461m/21,190ft) which is the highest trekking peak in Nepal. We ascend Mera Peak preferably during the spring and autumn seasons as it’s the best time to climb the mountain for its astonishing views of the Himalayan Vista. Five 8,000m peaks are visible from the summit including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Kanchenjunga. Best Time to Travel The best time of the year to summit Mera Peak is Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November). The best months has been defined on the basis of visibility and weather condition. Elevation: 6,461 m Mountain range: Himalayas, Mahalangur Duration: 14D/13N Itinerary: 21-Oct-2017: Kathmandu 22-Oct-2017: Lukla - Yak Kharka 23-Oct-2017: Chhatra Khola 24-Oct-2017: Kothe 25-Oct-2017: Thangnak 26-Oct-2017: Khare 27-Oct-2017: Khare - Rest Day 28-Oct-2017: High Camp 29-Oct-2017: Summit - Back to Khare 30-Oct-2017: Kothe 31-Oct-2017: Chhatra Khola 01-Nov-2017: Lukla 02-Nov-2017: Kathmandu 03-Nov-2017: Departure What’s Include? 2 nights stay in Kathmandu (twin share in a standard hotel). 11 nights stay in tea houses / tent during trek. Kathmandu – Lukla return flight ticket. Airport drop and pick up (domestic and international). Porters to carry luggage (2 person 1 porter). Govt certified guide. Climbing Sherpa. Mera peak climbing permit. National park and trek permit. Tented accommodation in high camp. Food in high camp (breakfast lunch and dinner). Equipments to climb (Rope, Ice axe etc. for group). What’s not Include? Travel expenses to reach and return from Kathmandu. Food and drinking water throughout the trip (except high camp day). Personal equipments (shoes, jackets etc.). Soft-drinks / Beverages / Alcohols / Snacks / Chocolates Etc. Additional accommodation and food expenses if trek gets delayed due to weather, flight cancellation, health or any other reason. Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc.). Health Insurance, Personal Insurance and other travel insurance. Expenses for evacuation and rescue operations due to natural calamity, mishaps, injury or any health problem. Any other new permit imposes by locals/govt. Anything not mentioned in “What’s Include?” section. Physical Condition & Experience Requirements The difficulty for Mera Peak climbing is rated 2B. This means that the technical requirement is very basic and includes use of ropes, ice axe and crampons. You are also required to have good cardio-vascular fitness. Mera Peak is not categorized as a technical peak but a bit of technical knowledge would be beneficial for a small section of the climb which is about 50m. This will probably be the toughest part of the climb as the slope is around 40 degrees of ice/snow. Previous experience with using ice axe and crampons is preferred, although not mandatory because a basic ice-climbing training will be provided before the summit. Lots of willpower, the ability to tolerate harsh conditions, reasonable fitness and good health will help in making this trip successful. It is important that participants with pre-existing medical problems or conditions make these known to Himalayan Glacier at the time of booking. See you on the TOP..

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Mera Peak Climbing takes us to the summit of Mera Peak (6,461m/21,190ft) which is the highest trekking peak in Nepal. We ascend Mera Peak preferably during the spring and autumn seasons as it’s the best time to climb the mountain for its astonishing views of the Himalayan Vista. Five 8,000m peaks are visible from the summit including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Kanchenjunga. Best Time to Travel The best time of the year to summit Mera Peak is Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November). The best months has been defined on the basis of visibility and weather condition. Elevation: 6,461 m Mountain range: Himalayas, Mahalangur Duration: 14D/13N Itinerary: 21-Oct-2017: Kathmandu 22-Oct-2017: Lukla - Yak Kharka 23-Oct-2017: Chhatra Khola 24-Oct-2017: Kothe 25-Oct-2017: Thangnak 26-Oct-2017: Khare 27-Oct-2017: Khare - Rest Day 28-Oct-2017: High Camp 29-Oct-2017: Summit - Back to Khare 30-Oct-2017: Kothe 31-Oct-2017: Chhatra Khola 01-Nov-2017: Lukla 02-Nov-2017: Kathmandu 03-Nov-2017: Departure What’s Include? 2 nights stay in Kathmandu (twin share in a standard hotel). 11 nights stay in tea houses / tent during trek. Kathmandu – Lukla return flight ticket. Airport drop and pick up (domestic and international). Porters to carry luggage (2 person 1 porter). Govt certified guide. Climbing Sherpa. Mera peak climbing permit. National park and trek permit. Tented accommodation in high camp. Food in high camp (breakfast lunch and dinner). Equipments to climb (Rope, Ice axe etc. for group). What’s not Include? Travel expenses to reach and return from Kathmandu. Food and drinking water throughout the trip (except high camp day). Personal equipments (shoes, jackets etc.). Soft-drinks / Beverages / Alcohols / Snacks / Chocolates Etc. Additional accommodation and food expenses if trek gets delayed due to weather, flight cancellation, health or any other reason. Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc.). Health Insurance, Personal Insurance and other travel insurance. Expenses for evacuation and rescue operations due to natural calamity, mishaps, injury or any health problem. Any other new permit imposes by locals/govt. Anything not mentioned in “What’s Include?” section. Physical Condition & Experience Requirements The difficulty for Mera Peak climbing is rated 2B. This means that the technical requirement is very basic and includes use of ropes, ice axe and crampons. You are also required to have good cardio-vascular fitness. Mera Peak is not categorized as a technical peak but a bit of technical knowledge would be beneficial for a small section of the climb which is about 50m. This will probably be the toughest part of the climb as the slope is around 40 degrees of ice/snow. Previous experience with using ice axe and crampons is preferred, although not mandatory because a basic ice-climbing training will be provided before the summit. Lots of willpower, the ability to tolerate harsh conditions, reasonable fitness and good health will help in making this trip successful. It is important that participants with pre-existing medical problems or conditions make these known to Himalayan Glacier at the time of booking. See you on the TOP..

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