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Overview

Mera Peak (6,654 m.) 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. Nowadays, trekkers sought after Mera Peak as it is technically a straightforward ascent. However, adjusting to the high altitude of Mera Peak becomes a challenge for some. From the Mera Peak, the splendid panorama of Makalu, Kanchanjunga, Cho Oyu and Everest can be seen.

The Amphu Laptsa Pass is a difficult pass in the Khumbu 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 Lhotse, Nuptse, Cho Polu, Baruntse, Ama Dablam Dingboche adjoins the Chukung Valley from several directions. Chukung Valley is in the Rasuwa District of Nepal. Mt. Lhotse, Island Peak, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Ama Dablam and Mt. Baruntse are visible from Chukung valley.

Itinerary

We will take domestic airlines to Lukla. After breakfast, we will begin our walking trail through uphill climbing across the forests to reach Chhuthenga for the overnight stay.

The trail goes across the Kalo Himal Ridge which separates the Hinku Valley from the Khumbu Valley. The amazing vistas of Lumding and Karyolung Himal are very impressive. We will reach Zatra Buk after 6 hours of climbing.

The trail goes through forested landscapes and then descends steeply to enter into the Honku Valley. Later, we will walk through Rhododendron and Pine forest to reach Kothe Village.

The trail crosses through the pastures and goes along the ride of Honku Valley. The magnificent views of Mera Peak will certainly relieve your pain. We will walk for 5 hours to reach Thaknag Village.

The route ascends through a wide grassy basin, famous as Dig Kharka. We can see the many campsites at Khare which offers splendid vistas of huge face of Mera Peak.

We will pause our trekking trail for one day as we will be climbing Mera Peak the next day. We have to acclimatize our self with the mountain temperature.

The route traverse through boulder strewn course to reach Mera Peak Base Camp. We will do some practices of ice climbing with our climbing guide at Base Camp.

We will begin our climbing from 2 am in the morning to avoid high wind blowing during afternoon. The summit offers spectacular view of Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Kanchenjunga (8,586 m), Makalu (8,463 m), Cho-Oyu (8,210 m),  Nuptse (7,855 m), Chamlang (7,319 m), Baruntse (7 ,129 m) Ama Dablam (6,812 m) Kangtega (6,779 m) and many snow-capped peaks.

After spending quality time at the top, we descend down to Khongma Dingma for the overnight stay.

The route traverse through the remote valley in Khumbu region which is famously known as upper yak pasture. We will spend the night in tented camp at Seto Pokhari

We will begin ascending keeping behind the Seto Pokhari (White Lake). The Honku Valley offers its wilderness and tranquility of beauty with the perfect view of Mt. Chamlang (7,321 m) with hanging glaciers.

We will begin our journey from south Base Camp to North Base Camp of Amphu Lapcha. We will cross quite challenging Amphu Lapcha Pass and start descending through a fixed route towards the moraine. Later, we will reach Chhukung for the overnight stay.

The route continues descending towards Tengboche. We will cross Dingboche Village and beautiful Rhododendron Forests on our way.

The route descends towards Dudh Koshi River and then leads us to steep climb to enter into the Namche Bazaar.

We will trek back to Lukla crossing Dudh Koshi River and forests.

We will take domestic flight to Kathmandu Valley early in the morning.

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