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Mera Peak Climbing And Amphu Lapcha Pass

Mera Peak (6,476m) Climbing and Amphulapcha Pass trek is one of the most challenging trips in Nepal that anyone will have a memorable adventure experience in the lifetime. The journey from Kathmandu begins with a flight to Lukla, and then trek commences. The trail is quite steep, ascends towards the Zatra Wala pass. After crossing the pass we head to the uninhabited Hinku Valley northwards. As we gently walk through rhododendron, fir and silver birch forests Mera peak is clearly visible in the far distance. At Khare, we take one day rest to ensure acclimatization and pre–climb training. Here, our Climbing guide gives instruction on climbing technique, and ascend onto the huge Mera glacier for some practice and further acclimatization. Our real adventure on Mera Peak will begin from a high camp above Mera La at 5,800m. We follow a long, broad ridge towards Mera Central peak, involving a continuous effort up a moderate snow-covered slope. We should be cautious while climbing slowly and steadily until the summit of Mera Peak. From the summit of Mera Peak you will enjoy the stunning views of Mt.Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Barunte, Mt. Nuptse, and many other Himalayan peaks. After reaching the summit you will surely feel a sense of achievement. After Mera Peak summit we trek along Kongma Dingma and Seto Pokhari through a high rocky ridge covered with dense forests. En route we cross several streams before reaching Amphu Lapcha Pass (5,778m). After crossing Amphu Lapcha Pass we head to Amphu Lapcha Base Camp, Chhukung and Namche Bazaar. Then we make our way back to Lukla from Namche Bazaar and ends one of the most challenging trekking routes in the Everest region.

  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,265ft)
  • Day 02: Kathmandu trip preparation
  • Day 03: Fly to Lukla, trek to Chuthanga (3,450m/11,318ft)
  • Day 04: Chuthanga to Zattre la (4,600m/15,091ft)
  • Day 05: Zattre la to Kothe (3,691m/12,109ft)
  • Day 06: Kothe to Thaknak (4,358m/14,297ft)
  • Day 07: Acclimatization & pre–climb training
  • Day 08: Thaknak to Khare (5,045m/16,486ft)
  • Day 09: Khare to Mera High Camp (5,780m/18,958ft)
  • Day 10: Summit Mera Peak (6,461m/21,190ft), trek to Mera La
  • Day 11: Trek to Kongma Dingma (4,850m/15912ft)
  • Day 12: Kongma Dingma rest day
  • Day 13: Kongma Dingma to Seto Pokhari (5035m/16519 ft)
  • Day 14: Seto Pokhari to Amphu Labcha Base Camp (5,650m/18,536ft)
  • Day 15: Amphu Labcha Base Camp to Chhukung (4,750m/15,580ft)
  • Day 16: Chhukung to Namche Bazaar (3,438m/11,280ft)
  • Day 17: Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2,800m/9,184ft)
  • Day 18: Fly back to Kathmandu
  • Day 19: Final departure
  • International and domestic airport Pick-up and drop-off
  • 3 Nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Both way air tickets (KTM -Lukla/Luka-KTM) for members and staffs 
  • Peak royalty, national park, and VDC charge
  • Wages, equipment, food, medical insurances for involved staffs
  • Meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) with tea/coffee and hot soup
  • All the necessary tents, table & chairs, kitchen utensils, mattresses,EPI Gas, burners, High foods and general climbing equipment (such as rope, ice screw, snow bar etc.)
  • Sleeping bag and down jackets (if required) with certain charge
  • Garbage disposal fee
  • Government taxes & office service charge
  • First aid medical kits for the group
  • Farewell dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant in Kathmandu
  • Nepal Entry Visa fee US$ 40 per person for 30 days
  • International Airfare
  • Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu (except farewell dinner)
  • Travel Insurance and High Altitude Insurance (Accident, Medical and Heli Rescue)
  • Phone calls, Satellite Phones, Internet, Laundry, Bar-bills, battery recharge, mineral water, and hot shower
  • Personal trekking and climbing gear
  • Tips for Nepalese staffs and porter