Mera Peak

Falling under the height of 7000 metres, Mera Peak is one of the enchanting trekking destinations in Solukhumbu, Province 1, Nepal. Since trekking itself is a demanding experience and trekking in mountainous zones requires trekkers of firm resolution and courage to be prepared for unforeseen painful events, you must envisage that going climbing onto Mera Peak is no exception to general difficulties you may come across while undertaking climbing any other mountains. That is to say  you need to have  basic technical mountain climbing skills prior to beginning the climb. As abrupt changes in weather conditions and altitude sickness are common phenomenon there , it is best for you to climb with a climbing guide.

After you get to the summit of Mera Peak, you will be enthralled and excited by beautiful sights of 8000 meters mountains like Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, kanchanjungha, Choyu, etc. There are two summits in Mera Peak. The summit that lies to the east  is easier to reach, so you can get to this summit  simply as a mountain walk  through the steep of twenty metres.  The other summit, comparatively more difficult, demands more technical skills to walk across deeper slopes.

-Article written by: Bedu Khatiwoda for Land Nepal

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