Amphu Laptsa & Mera Peak

The Amphu Laptsa Pass is a difficult pass in the Khumbhu region. The old civilization, monasteries and the welcoming Sherpa people of the region add on to the high Himalayas and assist in attracting tourists. The Amphu Laptsa trek borrows the features of a classic expedition.

The Mera peak lies in the southeast of the Everest.

Mera Peak (6476m.) is the highest trekking peak located in the Sagarmatha Zone. It is considered as an uncomplicated ascent. The first ascent to Mera Peak was made in 1953, May 20.  The Mera Peak trek is technically a straightforward ascent. So, nowadays, trekkers sought after Mera Peak. However, adjusting in the high attitude of Mera Peak becomes a challenge for some trekkers. From the Mera Peak, splendid panorama of Makalu, Kanchanjunga, Cho Oyu and Everest can be seen.  


Day 01: Fly Kathmandu-Lukla-Phakding (2650 m)

Day 02: Phakding-Namche Bazar (3450 m)

Day 03: Acclimatization to Syampoche - Kumjung - Khunde

Day 04: Namche Bazar - Tengpoche (3860 m)

Day 05: Tengpoche - Dingpoche (4400 m)

Day 06: Dingpoche - Chukhung (4730 M)

Day 07: Chukhung - Chukhung Ri (5500 m) - Chukhung

Day 08: Chukhung - Amphu Laptsa Base Camp (5350 m)

Day 09: Amphu Laptsa BC – Cross Amphu Laptsa Pass (5850) 

                Amphu Laptsa other side BC

Day 10: Amphu Laptsa BC - Panchpokari (5250)

Day 11: Panchpokari - Kongme Dingma (4920)

Day 11: Kongme Dingma - Mera La ( 5415)

Day 12: Mera La – Summit Mera Peak (6461) - Khare

Day 13: Khare - Thanang (4350)

Day 14: Rest day in Thanang

Day 15: Thanang - Tashing Dingma (4000)

Day 16: Tashing Dingma – Zatra la Pass (4600)

Day 17: Zatra la Pass - chuthanga (3100)

Day 18: Chuthanga - Lukla (2800)

Day 19: Lukla – by flight back to Kathmandu (1260m.)


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Trip Highlights

Trekking area: Khumbu, Amphu-Lapcha & Mera Peak

Duration: 19 days

Trekking type: Lodge & tent camps

Trekking hours: 6-9hrs per day