Mera Peak (6,476m/21,247ft), known as the highest trekking-peak in the world, is located at Hinku valley in the northern Nepal. Mera has three different summits, Mera South, Mera North and Mera Central. Mera peak climb is one of the most demanding and challenging trek ever undertaken in Nepal. Experience of previous high-altitude climbing is necessary to make an attempt to Mera summit.
We get off the beaten Mera Peak trail, crossing the Hinku valley and camping in rarely visited villages and camp sites, spending time high above the main trail, gathering extra acclimatization and conditioning surrounded by stunning scenery and unique valleys. The journey up to Mera Peak is such a rewarding trek, frozen lakes, hanging glaciers, very few people ever see and views you will never forget. We have four or five nights sleeping above 5,000m/ 16,400ft before moving to high camp at 5,800m/ 19,028ft and onto the summit at 6,476m/ 21,246ft. Our goal is to get you safely to the summit and back down safety. With our acclimatization schedule you have the best chance at making the summit of Mera peak.