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Mera Peak 6654m is the most elevated trekking peak of Nepal, which is a non-specialized climbing peak yet at the same time provides food so much exciting funs while overcoming it. Situated in the upper east area of Himalayas of Nepal Mera peak climbing enterprise gives you extraordinary chance to get high elevation involvement in a generally shorter time. Scarcely any days of trekking to Mera Base Camp by means of testing, Mera-La Pass and uncommonly delightful Hinku valley is an incredible trekking background.
The enterprise of Climbing Mera Peak starts from Lukla. That day the endeavor to overcome Mera starts. As you pick up height, ensure your body can process high height before you enter Hinku Valley by means of hoisted Teng La Pass 4600m. Appreciate the amazing perspectives of twin peaks Kusum Kangru and Lumba Sumba Glaciers amid the great stroll along the wild of Hinku valley until the point that you touch base to Ghotar by means of Thule Kharka. Acquire rise and touch base to the Mera Base Camp at Khare.
There are three Mera peaks they are Mera North, which is around 6,476 meters (21,247 ft); Mera Central, which is around 6,461 meters (21,198 ft); and Mera South, which is around 6,065 meters (19,898 ft). The main climb of Mera Central was by Col. Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing on May 20, 1953 and Mera North was first moved in 1975 by the French climbers Marcel Jolly, G. Baus and L. Honills.
Adjust a long time before you traverse the hoisted Pass Mera La 5415m to get into the lower Base Camp of Mera at 5,300m. Make a move to the last camp before climbing Mera Peak, which lies some place around Dig Glaciers. On an unmistakable climate window, take after the directions of your climbing pioneer and summit the Mera Peak. Feel glad to remain on the Mera summit, and appreciate the most wonderful vista of peaks including Mt. Everest, Makalu and a few others approaching just before your eyes. The last 50% of Mera Peak Climbing Adventure drops down to Khare and backtracks the trial back to Lukla.