Mera Peak Climbing

Discover the breathtaking adventure of Mera Peak Climbing, Nepal’s highest trekking peak, nestled in the stunning Makalu Barun National Park in the Khumbu Himalayan Range. This exhilarating journey takes you through a landscape inhabited by endangered wildlife and surrounded by iconic peaks like Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Cho-Oyu, and Makalu.

Mera Peak requiring some mountaineering experience and physical fitness. Our professionally designed itinerary includes acclimatization and spare days to ensure a safe and enjoyable climb. Before ascending, our expert climbing guides will provide a short lecture on using climbing equipment and the technical aspects of climbing.

Itinerary Overview

  • Scenic Flight to Lukla: Your Mera Peak Climbing adventure begins with a breathtaking flight to Lukla, offering stunning aerial views of the Himalayas.
  • Trek to Chutok La Pass: From Lukla, trek to Chutok La Pass, passing through picturesque landscapes.
  • Rivers and Suspension Bridges: Along the way, cross serene rivers and suspension bridges that add to the adventure.
  • Charming Villages and Ancient Stupas: Experience the local culture by visiting charming villages and ancient stupas.
  • Blue Pine Forests and Rhododendron Trees: Traverse through lush blue pine forests and vibrant rhododendron trees.
  • Picturesque Meadowlands: Descend into beautiful meadowlands, perfect for capturing stunning photographs.
  • Mera Peak Base Camp: Arrive at the base camp and prepare for the climb with awe-inspiring views of towering mountains above 7000m.

The Climb

From the base camp, embark on the challenging ascent to Mera Peak. Enjoy panoramic views of some of the world’s highest mountains, making the climb an unforgettable experience.
Why Choose Us?

Our expert team ensures your safety and success with:

  • Professional Guides: Receive guidance and support from experienced climbing guides.
  • Acclimatization Days: Our itinerary includes days for acclimatization to help you adjust to the altitude.
  • Technical Training: Get a short lecture on using climbing equipment and technical climbing aspects.

Pisang Peak Thorong La Pass

Discover the Majestic Pisang Peak in Nepal’s Annapurna Range

Embark on an unforgettable journey to Pisang Peak, a renowned summit nestled in the heart of Nepal’s Western Himalayas, within the breathtaking Annapurna Range. This adventure is more than just a trek – it’s a challenging expedition that combines the thrill of peak climbing with the awe-inspiring beauty of the Annapurna Circuit.

An Adventure That Tests Your Limits

Pisang Peak stands as a challenging endeavor even for seasoned trekkers. It demands a combination of technical climbing skills and high-altitude endurance. The journey’s complexity lies in its steep edges and rocky facades, providing an exhilarating challenge for those who dare to conquer it.

A Journey Through the Heart of Nepal

Your adventure begins with a scenic drive towards Beshishahar, journeying along the Prithvi Highway, through quaint Dumre Bazaar, and onwards to the starting point of your trek. Each step of your trek is not just a walk through nature but a cultural odyssey. You’ll traverse through villages rich in diversity, encountering local communities ranging from the Braman to the Gurung, each with unique customs and traditions. This trek takes you from altitudes of below 1000 meters to the breathtaking height of 6091m at Pisang Peak, crossing the formidable Thorong La Pass at 5416m.

A Natural Himalayan Museum

This trek is akin to walking through a living museum, showcasing the Himalayan valley in all its glory. Witness the dramatic landscapes of high Himalayan barren lands, enchanting waterfalls, tranquil lakes, and flowing rivers. The journey from Chame to Ghunsang is particularly mesmerizing, enveloped by snow-capped peaks. As you ascend, the peaks seem to rise to meet you, offering panoramic views that make every step worth the effort.

Conquering Pisang Peak

The ascent to Pisang Peak is the highlight of this trek. After reaching the base camp, you’ll climb to a high camp at 5445m before summiting the peak at 6091 meters. The climb offers a feast for the eyes, with sights of Tilicho Peak, Nawal Peak, Annapurna I and II, Manaslu, and many more.

The Thorong La Pass and Beyond

Crossing the Thorong La Pass at 5416m is an achievement in itself. This journey leads you to the sacred site of Muktinath, marking the completion of your climbing adventure. The trek winds down as you head to Jomsom via Kagbeni, following the serene Kali Gandaki river. The final leg includes a breathtaking morning flight from Jomsom to Pokhara, offering aerial views of the majestic mountains and picturesque villages.

Embark on this Journey with Us

Pisang Peak is more than a destination; it’s an experience that blends adventure, culture, and natural beauty. Join us on this once-in-a-lifetime journey through one of Nepal’s most spectacular landscapes. Whether you’re a seasoned climber or an enthusiastic trekker, Pisang Peak promises an adventure that will leave you with memories to cherish forever. Book your expedition now and step into the heart of the Himalayas!

Everest Base Camp with Lobuche East Trekking Peak

The Lobuche East Trekking Peak is a thrilling adventure in Nepal that attracts climbers from around the world. Standing at 6,119 meters, Lobuche East Treking Peak offers a challenging ascent and multiple routes, primarily drawing adventurers to its southern ridge. This trek combines the demanding nature of high-altitude climbing with the breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas, making it an unforgettable experience for seasoned climbers and enthusiasts alike.

Compared to Island Peak, Lobuche presents a greater level of difficulty, making it an appealing choice for those seeking a more demanding mountain experience. The exhilarating 20-day Lobuche Peak and Everest Base Camp trek begins with a short flight to Lukla. The journey unfolds along the banks of the Dhudhkosi River, featuring a steep climb to Namche, highlighted by crossing the region’s highest suspension bridge over the Dudh Kosi.

Before reaching Namche, a visit to the Top Dada provides the first glimpse of the Everest region, acting as a prelude to the breathtaking views ahead. Exploring Namche includes visits to the Sherpa museum and the Syanboche airstrip, recognized as the world’s highest airport. Enjoying a cup of coffee while marveling at the wild vista of the Khumbu Himalaya, with Mount Everest as its centerpiece, becomes a memorable highlight of the trek.

Continuing the journey involves visiting the Tengboche Monastery, traversing Sherpa villages and valleys, and crossing the memorial pass, which serves as a therapeutic balm for the challenges faced along the way.

To acclimatize to the high altitude, a visit to Kalapathar (5,555m) and Everest Base Camp (5,360m) precedes the Lobuche base camp. The first night in Lobuche is spent at a tented camp elevated at 4,950m above sea level. The panoramic views of Himalayan peaks, including Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Cholatse, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Kantega, and Mt. Baruntse, create a visual symphony, making the Lobuche East Peak summit a truly gratifying experience.

The journey to Lobuche East Trek Peak seamlessly blends the challenges of high-altitude trekking with the reward of witnessing some of the world’s most majestic mountain vistas, making it an unforgettable adventure for seasoned climbers and enthusiasts alike.