Mark Hosko
I interviewed 3 other travel agencies prior to Walkers Expeditions and found Walkers to be superior in cost, quality and with its overall friendly spirit. The guide and porter were very attentive, friendly, and professional. I highly recommend Walkers Expeditions and will personally use them again on my next adventure trek in Nepal.

Mike & Barbara
Thank you for a wonderful 2 days excursion to Nagarkot ! It was so relaxing and Rajan made everything so easy. The walking was good with a sunset, the accomodation, food also very good. We were treated to a magnificient sunrise at 6:45 am. Ending our day with a good trek down the valley.

Joakim Nyman / Therese Westerlund
We are very pleased with the service of this company. We have done a guided tour Around Kathmandu Valley and Jungle Trekking and we also had some help arranging hotel in Kathmandu. We highly recommend this company.

Mera Peak (6,654 m) is the highest permitted trekking peak of Nepal. Mera Peak stands to the south of Everest and dominates the watershed between the heavily wooded valleys of the Hinku and Hongu Drangkas.

Mera Peak offers a panoramic view of Chamlang, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, and Baruntse in the east and the peaks of Cho-Oyu, Ama Dablam and Kangtega to the west. Everest can be viewed to the north over the massive unclimbed south face of Lhotse and the Nuptse/Lhotse ridge. Under favourable conditions, it is possible to climb the peak and descend back on the same day.

Total Days of Climbing: 23 days
Grade : Strenuous/Adventurous
Duration of Climb : 7 days
Recommended season : Spring and Autumn
Types of Trek : Camping
Highest Elevation : 6654 m.

Itinerary – Mera Peak Climbing

Days 01 : Pick up from Airport and Hotel check in
Days 02 : Kathmandu city Sight seeing tour
Days 03 : Free day for preparation
Days 04 : Fly Kathmandu/Lukla (2834 m.) and check all the things. Overnight at Lodge.
Days 05 : Trek Lukla to Thukdingma 3310 m.
Days 06 : Trek to Kharka Theng 4550m.
Days 07 : Trek to Thasingdinma 3390m.
Days 08 : Trek to Tharhaknak 4356 m.
Days 09 : Trek to Khare 5000 m.
Days 10 : Trek to Mera High Camp 5850 m.
Days 11 : High Camp one day rest
Days 12 : High camp to summit and back to Khongma Dingam 4800 m.
Days 13 : Trek to Panch Pokhari 5450 m.
Days 14 : Trek to Amphu Laptsa Pass and Camp at Phedi 5300 m.
Days 15 : Trek to Dingboche 4350 m.
Days 16 : Trek to Lobuche 4930 m.
Days 17 : Trek to Kalapatthar and back to Lobuhe
Days 18 : Trek to Pangboche 3985 m.
Days 19 : Trek to Sanasa 3550 m.
Days 20 : Trek to Namche
Days 21 : Trek to Lukla
Days 22 : Fly back to Katmandu and leisure day
Days 23 : Airport drop/ departure

What you need to bring for trek:

For your personal things you have to decided how many days trip you want to make it and how many pairs of pants, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Deodorant, pants, T-shirt, underwear, socks, books, games, cards, cameras film, extra batteries for flashlight and cameras any thing you need for yourself use in your daily life. Here are normal equipment list for you;

Trekking Equipments:

• T-shirts
• Pants
• Under wears
• Long sleeve shirts
• Rain poncho (summer)
• Camping shoes (sandal/slipper)
• Flashlight extra batteries
• Water Bottle/Purifier or Iodine
• Wool sweater
• Woolen hat
• Gloves
• Sun hat
• Sunglasses
• Sunscreen, lip balm
• Walking sticks
• Walkman
• Camera & Film
• Pocket knife
• First aid kit
• Shocks
• Woolen socks
• Jacket
• Down Jacket (Winter)
• Down sleeping bag
• Trekking boots
• Thermal wear (winter)
• Rucksack
• Day bag
• Change Money

Trekking Peak Climbing or Expedition Equipments: (All above mentioned and these also)

• Two set of wireless
• Extra food for 1 to 4 days
• Thermal Gloves
• Jumer
• Ice axe (each for one)
• Dome Tents
• Water proof down Jacket
• Harness
• Boots (Complex)
• Gaiters, Rope (at least 55m.)
• Cooking gas
• Water proof down pants
• Carbine’s
• Crampons
• Mess kit