If you are interested in gaining some climbing experience in Nepal, then Mera Peak will be a possible experience for adventure and challenging lovers. Mera Peak is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal in terms of its altitude. It is challenging because it is covered with heavy snow and is surrounded by five above 8000m mountains Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Makalu, being at the top of the Himalayas will always be an interesting experience for any trekkers.
Mera Peakclimbing is not just peak climbing, it is an exciting journey, spiritual journey towards the Himalayas in Nepal. It is filled with the colours of life the living experience mixed with nature and culture, as the journey starts from Lukla, but the trail is diverted towards Chutanga, Tuli Kharka, Mera Base Camp (5780m), and finally to the Summit of the Mera Peak (6654m).
This sounds easy but it is a climbing peak so we need to be physically and mentally prepared for our journey, as our experience climbing guide from Discover Altitude will make sure your desire to the summit is possible, so he will take care of the entire possible situation available for your journey. It is a tranquil journey to the Himalayas with fewer trekkers to be encountered as only the thrill and adventurous lovers dare to climb the peak.
The entire journey is encountered with the mountains, waterfall, rivers, lakes, and dense forest, as the journey is to the abode of the Sherpa people, so grazing their cattle like mountains goats and yaks are normal in this trail. As we head further ahead we will be amazed at the enchanting views of the mountains like Mt. Everest, Kanchanchanga, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and many more virgin mountains that have not been named yet.
Furthermore, from the summit, the views will just behold our breath to realize the real beauty of nature.