Mera peak Climbing is considered one of the major and popular trekking peaks in Everest Khumbhu Region of Nepal. This Mera Peak is rised to the south of Mount Everest. Mera Peak is technically ascented straightforward, however, the heavy snow and the maze of crevasses can make the way longer to the summit.
For Mera Peak Climbing, firstly the trek starts from Lukla and gradually ascent to Everest Base Camp for acclimatization and digesting altitude sickness. Also it makes physically practice and strong to make feel easy for climbing. Lukla is rewarding for experiencing little-visited and as yet UN spoilt region of Nepal with densely forested hillsides. There are several approaches to the base camp besides the easy and normal route, which is mentioned here. The routes crossing Amphu Labtsa (5,780m) and the Mingo La (5,871m) provide some the most adventurous trekking with spectacular scenery through remote glaciated valleys and passes.
North Face Glacier from the Mera La, the base camp can be set up at 5,300m which is on the Hongu side in the moraine below the ice. To climb Mera Peak, from here a high camp is set at 5,800m near a rocky outcrop on the Mera Glacier. The high camp proves to be one of the most glorious viewpoints in Everest Region which offering the panoramic views of Mt. Kanchanjunga, Chamlang, Mount Makalu and Baruntse sweeping around from the east and Amadablam, Cho Oyu and Kangtega to the west.
In the north of Mera Peak, the giant faces of Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse are appeared. There are three main summits can be climbed wtihout much difficulty those are the south summit (6,065m) is the most accessible with the Northern Summit (6,476m), to get to the highest summit which can be reached by skirting the Central Summit (6,461m) to the north and following snow ridge to its top. Climbing the middle summit requires ascent up on steep snow and is more technical. North of Mera Peak is straightforward to climb.