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Mera Peak Climbing(18 Days)

Mera Peak Climbing(18 Days) Kathmandu Trekking

Mera Peak is an awesome unattached mountain, arranged in one of the less crowded Nepali valleys and gives climbers a to a great degree shifted mountain experience. At 6,476m, Mera Peak is the most noteworthy trekking point in Nepal, as well as one of the most elevated on the planet. A rising of Mera is about achieving a noteworthy summit as well as an intriguing mix of mountain trekking, investigation and Sherpa culture.

A flight into Lukla conveys us to the beginning stage of this trek in the marvelous and from time to time went to Makalu Barun National Park and which winds its way through thickly forested slopes and over shocking high mountain passes. We complete the course the Hinku Valley and onto Thagnak, swinging east to Khare before achieving base camp at 5,300m. We spend a day in Base Camp acclimatizing and sharpening our icy mass travel aptitudes before making a beeline for our high camp at 5,800m close to a rough outcrop on the Mera Glacier.

The high camp is a standout amongst the grandest perspectives in Nepal, offering all-encompassing perspectives of Kanchenjunga, Chamlang, Makalu and Baruntse clearing around from the east, and Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu and Kangtega toward the west. The mammoth countenances of Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse show up in the north. The rising of the pinnacle is in fact clear, however the overwhelming snow and the labyrinth of precipices can make the summit offer requesting. Mera Peak is not likely overlooked, it is rich in Nepalese culture and striking in excellence.
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