Mera Peak is an extraordinary choice in the event that you are looking to submit one of Nepal's many trekking peaks. The summit offers one of the best perspectives in the Himalayas and one can see 5 of the 6 tallest mountains on the planet from the summit (Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyo, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga). It's a testing trekking peak because of the height yet in fact just requires essential mountaineering aptitudes to handle the high elevation ice sheet crossings. It's regularly alluded to as Nepal's most astounding trekking peak and is given a height of 6654m yet this rise was erroneously replicated to the authority trekking peak list and the real rise is 6476m (21,247 feet). The ordinary methodology and the one portrayed in this agenda is to travel to Lukla and as opposed to traveling north to Namche Bazaar you head east over Zatra La Pass and into the Hinku Valley. Another approach you can get some information about which is longer is to travel south from Lukla and climb up the delightful Hinku Valley.
Why to do Mera Peak Trek
Here are some of the reason to do Mera Peak Trek:
- Trek and move of Nepal's most noteworthy Himalayan Mera peak of more than 6,461 meters.
- Trekking into flawless, quiet timberland of rich rhododendron.
- Oaks and pine tree of the landscape of the world's most astounding peaks of Everest, Lhotse and Mt. Makalusweeping.
- A grand trip to and from Lukla the passage to Everest district into remote Hinku valley far from human settlements in eastern Khumbu zone
- Stunning perspectives of 5 of the most noteworthy peaks on the planet
- Go up against this non-technical mountaineering climb
- Experience remote, calm valleys far from the groups
- Explore the clamoring city of Kathmandu
Activities that can be done in Mera peak