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Dhaulagiri Circuit was so fantastic, and I can’t wait to go again to Nepal next year
Jeff Foreman (Canada) | Dhaulagiri Circuit, Nepal

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Mera Peak Expedition

Mera Peak Expedition gives you the chance to climb a Himalayan peak while following a non technical route to the summit.

Mera Peak is the highest trekking peak in Nepal at over 6,400m. The view from the summit is one of the finest in the Himalaya with five 8,000m peaks visible: Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Kanchenjunga.

Our itinerary has been carefully designed to allow for gradual acclimatisation. We believe that by using this itinerary you will have a higher chance of safely summiting Mera Peak and enjoying the experience. As a safety precaution we bring a portable altitude chamber, an oxymeter and a satellite phone.

Mera Peak would be a suitable objective for people with previous mountaineering experience (Scotland, Alps, New Zealand or North America Rockies etc) looking for a Himalayan expedition climbing over 6,000m.



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Trip Details

  • Destination: Nepal
  • Holiday Type: Mountaineering
    Walking & Trekking
  • Duration: 23 days from Kathmandu
  • Leadership: Western-Led
  • Minimum Group Size: 5 people
  • Cost: 2020 - £2,995 (US$3,895 or €3,395) 2021 - £2,995 (US$3,895 or €3,395)
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What does this include

Price includes:

  • Internal flight from Kathmandu to Phaplu and from Lukla back to Kathmandu including baggage allowance of 20kg for your main bag checked into the hold and 5kg for day pack carried with you inside the aircraft
  • All transfers including airport collections
  • Twin share room at Hotel Tibet or Hotel Ambassador in Kathmandu
  • Breakfast only in Kathmandu, all meals included while on trek
  • Twin share tents while on trek using our Western branded tents. These are three person domed tents with plenty of space for two people sharing plus gear
  • All trekking arrangements including permits and fees, tents, Western and Sherpa guides, porters and cook
  • Bespoke weather forecasts for Mera Peak from throughout the duration of this expedition
  • Thuraya satellite phone for organising logistics and medical evacuations, it can also be also used for personal calls at extra cost
  • SPOT gps tracker with daily check ins published on SPOT Adventures map website
  • Wood heater charges in the dining room of the teahouse lodges (usual charge is £2 per person per day). Most other operators will ask members to pay this as extra while on trek
  • Complimentary Mera Peak trekking map
  • Full financial protection for all monies paid to us through our membership of Association of Bonded Travel Operators Trust (our ABTOT membership number is 5365) and having an Air Travel Organiser’s Licence (our ATOL number is 10921)
  • Pre departure support and advice from The Mountain Company by email, phone and face to face meetings in London. After booking with us we will send you our comprehensive "Nepal Pre Trip Information" notes 

Price excludes:

  • International flight to/from Kathmandu
  • Travel & trekking insurance
  • Nepal visa for 30 days
  • Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu
  • Personal clothing & equipment
  • Tips
  • Other items not listed in "What is included"
Trip Grade Challenging

Trip Grade Challenging

Suitability: a good choice for regular, long distance hill walkers. A very high level of fitness would be required for our toughest treks and expeditions. Previous trekking experience at high altitude is preferable although not mandatory given sufficient experience, preparation and training. These trips may involve mountaineering and glacial travel.

1) Walking times: average 7 to 9 hours walking per day (with several longer days up to 15 hours) for up to 28 days with some rest days included.

2) Altitude: up to 6,500m.

3) Terrain: you will experience a wide variety of mountain terrain from reasonable trails to crossing technical mountaineering passes and climbing to summits sometimes including use of fixed ropes.

4) Remoteness:  usually in more remote areas and likely to be a long distance from nearest road and facilities available in a city.

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Trip Dates

  • April 6th to 28th 2020
  • October 26th to November 17th 2020
  • April 5th to 27th 2021
  • October 25th to November 16th 2021

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Trip Itinerary

  • Day 1Arrive in Kathmandu 
  • Day 2Briefing and kit checks in Kathmandu 
  • Day 3Fly to Phaplu (2,500m) then trek to Taksindo (2,800m) 
  • Day 4Trek to Khari Khola (2,040m) 
  • Day 5Trek to Pangom (2,800m) 
  • Day 6Trek to Nashi Dingma (2,600m) 
  • Day 7Trek to Chalem Kharka (3,600m) 
  • Day 8Trek to Chunbu Kharka (4,200m) 
  • Day 9Trek into the Hinku valley near Kote (3,600m) 
  • Day 10Trek to Tagnag (4,400m) 
  • Day 11Acclimatisation day in Tagnag (day walk)  
  • Day 12Trek to Khare (5,000m) 
  • Day 13Acclimatisation and glacial skills practice day. 
  • Day 14Climb to Mera la (5,300m) 
  • Day 15Climb to High Camp (5,800m)  
  • Day 16Climb to Mera Peak summit and back down to Khare 
  • Day 17Spare summit or contingency day 
  • Day 18Return to Kote 
  • Day 19Trek to Thuli Kharka (4,300m) 
  • Day 20Trek to Lukla (2,800m) 
  • Day 21Fly to Kathmandu 
  • Day 22At leisure in Kathmandu 
  • Day 23Fly back home 
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