Glorious Himalaya Trekking in association with Nepal Mountaineering Association runs Mera Peak Climbing by giving you all the instructions, including safety, equipment, acclimatization, permit, and qualified climbing guide. The Mera Peak elevation is 6,461m above sea level. Mera Peak is a Trekking Peak because it comes under the height of 7000 m and can be climbed without prior mountain experience. This does not mean that you do not need technical skills for climbing. Also, you should not overlook other factors, such as insurance because the mountain weather will change suddenly and not become in your favor at all. It will be an intentional mistake to take Mera Peak Climbing lightly and blunder to climb it without acclimatizing.
Although the climbing route of Mera Peak is basic, yet it takes you to a rocky and sloppy region. Because of this, you need to climb with a climbing guide, who has completed an advanced climbing course, and who is insured. From Mera Peak Summit, you will have a close-up view of 8000 m peaks, such as Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho Oyu and Kanchenjunga. More than 2000 people climb to Mera Peak annually, and climbing to its summit from base camp is considered hardly more than a mountain walk across a crevassed glacier. Standing prominently between the wilderness valleys of Hinku and Hongu, Mera Peak lies to the south of Everest and the north-east of Lukla and is the second most popular Trekking Peak after Island Peak.
Mera Peak has two summits, and one of them is easier than the other, and this is often attempted by the climbers by taking a higher line up to the eastern summit through the steep of 20 meters. On the other hand, the difficult summit can be reached by either a drop or traverse and demands more technical skills than the easier summit.
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