Mera Peak Hinku Valley Trek

USD 2,755
  • Activities
    Mera Peak Hinku Valley Trek
  • Max Elevation
    6461m at Mera Peak
  • Trip Duration
    19 Days
  • Trip Grade
    Technical Adventure
  • Lodging
    Eco Lodges + Tented Camp
  • Meals
    Full Board on Trek & BB Plan on City
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle & flight
  • Communication
  • Group Size
    Minimum 2
  • Best Season
    Autumn and Spring
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 4 - 6 Hours

Trip Highlights of Mera Peak Hinku Valley :

  • Mera peak is the highest of Nepal’s permitted trekking peaks.
  • Mera Peak has three different summits with the beautiful fluted summit is in the Northwest summit (6461m).
  • Hinku Valley is truly a mountain wilderness, a place of massive moraines, glacial lakes, and spectacular peaks.
  • Mera Peak Hinku Valley Trek is an alternative way to the most straightforward approach to a more traditional Mera route from Lukla.
  • Hinku Hillsides hold abundant forests of tall blue Himalayan pine, hemlock, birch, and luxuriant flora and fauna.
  • This is well worth exploring and the time thus spent will go a long way to helping you acclimatize.

Trip Introduction :

Mera Peak rises to the south of Everest and dominates the watershed between the wild and heavily wooded valleys of the Hongu Drangkas and does not truly say part of the Khumbu Valley. It calls Hinku Valley. Hinku Valley remains uninhabited although there are Kharka in the upper Hinku where Sherpa from the south near Pangkongma, graze their animals during the grass-growing in the monsoon. 

The Hinku Valley is truly a mountain wilderness, a place of massive moraines, glacial lakes and spectacular peaks that include lakes Chamlang and Baruntse. The valley terminates in a crescent of ridges, peak sand passes that includes Amphu Lapcha Base Camp (South) [5650m/18532ft], Amphu Lapcha Base Camp (North) [5300m/17384ft] via Amphu Lapcha La Pass [5845m/19177ft]. All of those Crossing provides spectacular views of the world-famous Khumbu glacier and Himalayas. 

Expert Mountaineer at Mera Peak was made by J.O.M. Roberts and Sen Tenzing on 20 May 1953, by the now-standard route from the Mera La. It was the May season during which Roberts made the first western exploration of the Lumding.

Entering the Hongu From the South: Hongu Drangka can be approached from the south via the Kemba La (3,913m/12,912 ft), a pass on the east rim of the Hongu Gorge to the south of the Chamlang Massive. This route is little used, ill-defined, and follows a high ridge with little water, the Kal Pokhari Danda.

The Kemba La can be reached from Lukhla in a few days via the Sherpa Village of Pang-kong ma and the Rai settlement of Chemsing. The Kal Pokhari Danda trail climbs to around 4,390m (15,000ft), above the precipitous gorge of the Hongu, before descending through dense bamboo and rhododendron forest to Urpa (4,090m/13,419ft).

A crossing point just beyond that leads north-west to Knogme Dingma and a steep Climb to the east side of the Mera La. The views of Chamlang’s south and west flank from the trail above Kongme are spectacular.
Please Visit: Peak Climbing Gears and Equipment and Essential Tools & Gear for Trekking

  • Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu Airport (1285m), Our Representative from Nepal Guide Treks welcomes you with Garland and transfers you to the hotel.

    Accommodation: Hotel/Resort
    Meals: BB Plan 

  • Day 02: You will be meeting with your climbing crew and prepared for Mera Peak Hinku Valley Trek.

    Accommodation: Hotel/Resort
    Meals: BB Plan + Welcome Dinner

  • Day 03: Fly to Lukla, trek to Paiya (Chutok) (2,730m/8,956ft): 40 mins flight, 5-6 hours trek

    Our Sherpa Guide will take you to the Kathmandu Airport for catch an early morning flight to Lukla, which will take 40 minutes flight and begin our trek with porters and guide to Paiya after landing at the Tenzing-Hillary airport in Lukla. We start our jungle trail crossing a bridge over the Handi Khola and reach Surke Village. From here, we continue moving south and cross the Chutok La pass before reaching the small settlement of Paiyan, also known as Chutok.

    Accommodation: Eco Lodges
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 04: Paiya to Panggom (2,846m/9,337ft): 5-6 hours

    Until we cross the Kari La Pass, the descending trail is slippery after reaching a small bridge where our  Sherpa crew make your safety trek through rhododendron and bamboo forests on a narrow mountain trail. Then after our trail is heading towards Dudhkoshi Valley here we see spectacular scenery and finest viewpoint with scenic landscapes. Now we trek to Panggom Village where inhabitant’s earning their income through trading and farming.

    Accommodation: Eco Lodges
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 05: Panggom to Ningsow (2,863m/9,393ft): 4-5 hours

    Mera Peak Hinku Valley Trek has several different passes with spectacular Himalayan View, traditional Sherpa cultures, and pine forest walk make our trek refreshment. Today, we cross the Panggom La Pass, and then we ascend through a steady path to reach Ningsow Village.

    Accommodation: Eco Lodges
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 06: Ningsow to Chhatra Khola (2,800m/9,186ft): 7-8 hours

    From Ningsow, the trail continues steeply first then descend for a moment and then climb some more to reach Ramailo Danda. From here we observe extraordinary views of Mera Peak and Salpa. After ascending and descending on our trail, we enter the Makalu Barun National Park. Our trail from here to Chhatra Khola is called Pasang Lhamu trail. During this trek, we may encounter with Exclusive Red Panda.

    Accommodation: Eco Lodges
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 07: Chhatra Khola to Kothe (3,691m/12,109ft): 6-7 hours

    Our trek begins towards the north on the main trail to Mera Peak. After walking on a trail next to the Majang Khola, we merge with another trail which moves alongside the Hinku Khola. We trek through a bamboo forest to enjoy the mesmerizing view of Mera Peak. From here dry land begins to reach Kothe. During the trail, the steep is slippery with full of snow and ice.

    Accommodation: Eco Lodges
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 08: Kothe to Thaknak (4,358m/14,297ft): 3-4 hours

    From Kothe, the path follows the west bank of the Hinku Drangka northwards, in the shadow of Mera Peak via the kharkas of Godishung, Dupishung and Lungsamba.  Beyond Godishung, beneath a great rock overhang, is a small gompa with a Buddha and several buddsatva and prayer flags. The statues seem especially fine for such a remote setting. At Thaknak, primitive lodges and shops where we would be staying at night.

    Accommodation: Eco Basic Lodges
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 09: Thaknak to Khare (5,045m/16,486ft): 2-3 hours

    From Thaknak, the steepens valley follows the lateral moraine of the Dig Glacier to Dig Kharka. The setting offers the mesmerizing views of the crest of Charpate Himal. From Dig Kharka, the trail provides a route through snout of the Hinku Nup and Shar Glaciers technical uphill to Khare.

    Accommodation: Eco Basic Lodges
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 10: Khare: Acclimatization and Climbing Training

    We have provided one spare day for acclimatization and climbing training to make our climbing safe and successful. Our climbing crews demonstrate the best practices .and techniques to use climbing gears and safety tools.

    Accommodation: Eco Basic Lodges
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 11: Khare to Mera High Camp (5,780m/18,958ft): 6-7 hours

    We trek on the state of the snow and condition of the glacier, getting on to the ice and prove tricky. The thin air and high altitude with steeply slippery ice walk might make tired in an arc toward the Mera La. The glacier levels with snow-covered crevasses. Then crossing all the crevasses, we set up a Mera high camp where we do fix our tents on the top of the rock band. From here, we can enjoy a spectacular view of Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Chamlang, Baruntse, South face of Lhotse and world-famous Khumbu glacier.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 12: Reserve Day (In case of Bad Weather)

    Globally Warming conditions, the weather might be changed very quickly, in case of bad weather, high wind, snowfalls or storm etc.

    Accommodation: Tented Camp
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 13: Mera High Camp to Summit (6,461m/21,1907ft) and back to Khare (5045m/16,547ft): 8-9 hours

    From the high camp, we climb to the summit of Mera Peak and return to the Khare in one day. We have to get up very early in the morning. The central summit stands at the head of a wide glacier by flanked by two ridges. The way now leads back south-west toward the main summit ridge of Mera. Mera Peak Climbing is still non-technical as we slowly climb higher into the thin air. We use fix rope ascending and descending of the Mera Peak. At the summit of Mera Peak, mesmerizing views of the almighty Himalayas such as Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Chamlang, Makalu, Kanchenjunga and thousands of snowcapped mountains are seen.

    Accommodation: Eco Basic Lodges
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 14: Reserve Day for Climbing

    As per weather condition, there is no guarantee either you can do the summit on the same day or not. Therefore, the day is set aside as a reserve day. However, if the trip goes smoothly, this day will not be required.

    Accommodation: Eco Basic Lodges | Tented Camp
    Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

  • Day 15: Khare to Kothe (3600m/11808ft): 4-5 hours

    We trek back from Khare to Kothe having the excellent achievement of successful Mera Peak Summit by celebrating with local wines and Sherpa cultures. This Mera Peak Hinku Valley trek might remain as memories forever.

    Accommodation: Eco Lodges
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]


  • Day 16: Kothe to Thuli Kharka (4,300 m/14,107ft): 5-6 hours

    Our Hinku Valley trek starts from Kothe to Thuli Kharka after delicious breakfast. We climb uphill’s and downhill’s crossing several tributaries of the Inkhu Khola before reaching a forked trail nearby Taktho. Our trail passes by a monument of the Buddha called a Chorten after which we walk downhill on a steep trail to Thuli Kharka.

    Accommodation: Eco Lodges
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 17: Thuli Kharla to Lukla via Zatrwa La pass: 6-7 hours

    At 4,600m, we cross the Zatrwa-La pass by the sight of the beautiful Lukla Valley which is surrounded by snowcapped mountains, Sherpa villages, green hills, rivers and watershed. From Zatrwa La pass we walk all the way down to Chutang and then straight forward to the Lukla village.

    Accommodation: Hotel
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 18: Fly to Kathmandu

    We take an early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. At Kathmandu airport, our driver waiting for you to drive back to the hotel. Today, we will meet for the farewell dinner, where we will share and get your feedback about your climbing experience and our team spirit.

    Accommodation: Hotel
    Meals: All meals [Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

  • Day 19: Final departure

    Our Mera Peak Hinku Valley trek comes to an end today! There is nothing to do but trade emails with your travel companions and organize your photos. A representative from Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition will take you to the airport, approximately 3 hours before your scheduled flight. On your way home you’ll have plenty of time to plan your next adventure in the wonderful country of Nepal.

    Meals: All meals [Breakfast]

What's included?
  • 3 Nights stay in Kathmandu with BB Plan
  • A day sightseeing in Kathmandu with experienced city guide, all entrance fees, and private vehicle
  • Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu flight
  • All ground transportation by the private vehicle including airport arrival and departure transfer
  • Climbing permits for Mera Peak
  • All required trekking permits and national park fees
  • Tea House + Camping combined accommodation during the trek – as per itinerary
  • All meals during trek & climb– Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Experienced trekking & climbing guide
  • The required number of porters
  • All necessary climbing gears
  • Kitchen equipment and camping equipment during the climbing period
  • General first aid kids
  • Insurance, clothing, and salary for staffs
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu
  • All government taxes and necessary paperwork
What's not included?
  • Medical/personal high-risk insurance (suggest have rescue coverage policy as well)
  • International airfares and departure tax.
  • Personal climbing gears.
  • Cost of personal expenses
  • Tips

The given rates are per person with guaranteed departure schedules. If the given dates are not appropriate for you, please feel free to contact us for requesting a new dates, we will gladly personalize the itinerary and schedule of the trip that fits for you.

Check our assured departure schedules given below:

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5 Sep, 2024 23 Sep, 2024 USD 2755 GUARANTEED Book Now!
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Mera Peak Hinku Valley Climbing Difficulty
Climbing Mera Peak is comparatively easier than any other trekking peaks in Nepal. Mera Peak offers many routes in options. Mera Peak via Hinku valley is one of the easiest routes. It is one of the common routes as well. This route is easy and this route offers you enough time to acclimatize. Therefore, altitude will less probably to bother you.
This popular route starts from Lukla and continues to Paiya. Paiya is a village in solukhumbu to reach to the Hinku Valley. This route takes you through Pangaun, Kothe and other traditional villages. The ascent is not sharp and you can easily undertake this. The climbing period of Mera Peak will have some technical difficulties. The final steep slope and ridgeline will have a real effect on your climb. Otherwise, climbing Mera Peak is relatively easier.
Climbing Mera Peak doesn’t require prior climbing experiences. If you have it is extra benefit to you. We recommend anyone who wants to undertake this adventure to be prepared well and have some knowledge about mountaineering and peak climbing.

Mera Peak Hinku Valley Climbing Season
Peak Climbing in Nepal is a seasonal activity. Autumn and Spring are the best seasons for climbing most of the mountains in Nepal. Autumn Season (September, October & November) and Spring Season (March, April & May) are the perfect seasons for Climbing Mera Peak. During these months, the days will be sunny and warm in the Himalayas. The skies will be clear and the atmosphere of the Himalayas will be alluring. Thus, we can have great views of the mountains. Nevertheless, some adventure-seeking clients who don’t like hustle and bustle during the journey also can choose Winter Season (December, January, and February) months for this trip. Monsoon season (June, July, and August) will be pretty difficult time for climbing in the Himalayas because of monsoon. During monsoon the trails will be slippery, muddy and there will be landslides too.

Mera Peak Hinku Valley Climbing Preparations
The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today. Preparation is a key to success of any activity. Good preparations are must for the successful peak climbing. You need to consider several things before going for peak climbing. For the successful Mera Peak Climbing, your physique plays a vital role. So, you must prepare yourself before the climb. You would better join a mountaineering course for 4-6 months. Otherwise, you can join gym and have aerobic training, cardio, stress endurance training, hiking trainings etc. You can also practice jogging, cycling, swimming, hiking etc. on a regular basis. Your previous experiences on mountaineering are also important. So, you must practice hiking to some smaller peaks. Similarly, you should be careful about your diet. You must include plenty of protein, carbohydrates, and minerals in your diet. A balanced diet is very important for physical fitness. Moreover, you must be mentally ready to cope up with the adverse situations in the mountain. The weather is unstable at high altitude and you should also spend couple of days in a camp. Hygiene matters a lot for the success of the climb. In addition to all these, you must also go through Mera Peak Climbing Gears checklist and have enough collection of them.

Physical Fitness & Experience Required for Mera Peak Hinku Valley
Mera Peak Climbing Expedition is a technical adventure activity in Nepal which requires previous trekking experience and technical skills about peak climbing gears to have successful summit. The trip is very suitable for adventure motivated trekkers who have ability to walk in snows ridges and adventurous trails. Walking in high altitudes might attract high altitude sickness, slow and steady walk would be the perfect solution. We suggest every trekker who are planning to come to Nepal for trekking and peak climbing adventure to do daily physical workout (jogging, hiking, cycling, gym, etc) prior to a couple of weeks. We recommend to undertake Mera Peak only if you have undertaken other smaller peaks of the same region. Here is the list of the activities that must be done compulsorily before attempting any peak climbing in Nepal:

  •  Go for a run or hike to hills where you have to do ascents and descents.
  •  Once a week, do a long walk.
  •  Swim and cycle.
  •  You can also go up and down the stairs of a tall building.
  •  Eat healthy food.
  •  Keep on doing. If you can, do more yoga related to breathing.

Mera Peak Hinku Valley Climbing
Mera Peak is a little technical one. However, it has many difficulties that may put you under risks. In regard to this you need to have the following climbing gears and equipments. Moreover, these are not limited ones.

  •  Mountaineering boots
  •  65-liter backpack
  •  Helmet
  •  Harness
  •  Ice axe with tether
  •  Crampons
  •  Ice screws
  •  Figure 8
  •  Jumar (ascender)
  •  Carabiners (locking and gate; plenty of both)
  •  Repair kit items
  •  Sleeping bag and sleeping pad
  •  Sun protection (hat, lip balm, sunscreen, etc.)
  •  Cold-weather cap
  •  Base-layer tops and bottoms
  •  Lightweight fleece bottoms
  •  Fleece top
  •  Gore-Tex tops and bottoms
  •  Additional personal clothing (socks, long-johns, and undergarments)
  •  Small backpack
  •  Duffle bag
  •  Hand sanitizer
  •  First aid kit
  •  Personal toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, toilet paper, etc.)
  •  Documentation (passport, visa)
  •  Urine bottle (and funnel kit, if necessary)
  •  Waste containment kit

Permit and Cost for Mera Peak Hinku Valley Climbing
Mera Peak Climbing requires a number of permits. The permits may varies according to the routes you choose thereof. The cost of the permit also differs depending upon the route. If you choose the route that passes through Hinku Valley, you need to buy Local Area Permit (20$), and Makalu Barun National Park Entry Permit. If you follow the Everest Base Camp Route from Lukla, you must buy Local Area Permit and Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit. Both National Park Entry permits cost NPR 1500 for the people of SAARC countries and NPR 3000 for the foreign Nationals.

Accommodations during Mera Peak Hinku Valley Climbing
At a reasonable Mera Peak Climbing Cost, Sophisticated hotels and resorts from normal tourist standard category to five-star categories are available in Kathmandu for your accommodation, where you can choose your suitable one. During the entire trekking (apart from the climbing period of Mera Peak) there is availability of tea house/lodges. And during the climbing period for a couple of days, we need to set up tent camp for our accommodations. So we will provide all tea house accommodation at available places and camping accommodation at the places where tea house/lodges are not available. Accommodation can be Single, Double, Triple or twin sharing basis as per your requirement.

Meals during Mera Peak Hinku Valley Climbing
Mera Peak Climbing Expeditions are inclusive for all meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) including the entire trekking and climbing period, apart from the BB plan during the stay in Kathmandu. We will have Dinner and Breakfast in the same teahouse/Camp where we spent overnight and Lunch will be en-route of trekking towards next destination since we have to leave our accommodation after breakfast to continue the trek. You can enjoy the taste of varieties of cuisines; Nepali food, Tibetan, Continental, Indian, Italian etc by choosing in the menu. During the camping period, while we are in Mera Peak Base Camp and High Camp, our kitchen team will prepare hygienic foods to serve you. There might not be several choices of foods during the camp as in the tea houses and restaurants; you have to understand that our crew have to carry all camping gears and kitchen equipments from available places but we are sure we will provide as much services and facilities as we can do to make your adventure holiday awesome.

Altitude Sickness
Altitude sickness is the effect of oxygen deficiency in the blood and tissues at the high altitude. It is the negative health effect of high altitude due to the rapid exposure to low amount of oxygen at high elevation. The common symptoms of Altitude sickness include headaches, vomiting, tiredness, trouble sleeping and dizziness.
Altitude Sickness generally referred as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) occurs only above 2500m. The main reason of altitude sickness is rapid ascent and decreasing amount of oxygen at the high altitude. There are mainly three types of altitude sickness: Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) and High Altitude Cerebral Edema.
Altitude Sickness can become a medical emergency if ignored. The best way to prevent altitude sickness is to travel to high altitude slowly. It normally doesn’t take long for your body to adjust into a changed altitude. At the higher altitudes, the air pressure and oxygen level is comparatively lower. Our body takes time to adjust to such change. We suggest you to keep you hydrated, not to smoke or drink alcoholic substance, eat hygienic food, sleep low, take it easy, use Diamox tablets etc. to prevent yourself from Altitude Sickness.

Is Nepal Safe?
No doubt, Nepal is safe for trekking, hiking and mountaineering. The trekking trails are improvised and maintained as well. In many technical sections, ropes have been fixed.
The stains of the devastating earthquake have also been healing up and the decade long armed insurgency has also come to an end along with the implementation of the new constitution.
Tourist Help Desk and Tourism Information Centre have been established at the prominent tourist destinations. Moreover, you will receive a respectable welcome everywhere you go. The Nepali people are simple and kind to you and pay a wonderful hostage to you.
Don’t worry; Nepal is a safe country to visit.

Tips for Mera Peak Hinku Valley Climbing

  •  Be prepared well.
  •  Pack sufficient, don’t include unessential, and don’t miss the basics.
  •  Be ready to cope up with the unfamiliar weather pattern and respect the weather
  •  Choose the easier route: simply the one from South Col.
  •  Be aware of the altitude sickness
  •  Quickly pass the Khumbu Icefall and other treacherous areas
  •  Keep sufficient spare oxygen cylinders
  •  Use ropes
  •  Drink Plenty
  •  Be familiar with your gears and alpine, medicines

Final Say
Climbing Mera Peak is not a children’s play. It is a great thrilling adventure. It is a great way to experience the Himalaya climbing experience for a novice trekker or climber. Mera Peak difficulty depends on a number of factors. The hardness of Mera Peak is a personal experience. However, it is physically strenuous in the ratings of difficulty level. To make it easier for you, train yourself; take the necessary steps to prepare yourself. Mental preparedness is as vital as physical training. You need both the strength and endurance to do Mera Peak. If climbing a high altitude peak and experiencing the Himalaya trekking experience has been a lifelong dream for you, then go for Mera Peak. If you have any inquiries about your climb to Mera Peak or any other treks and tours in Nepal, feel free to contact us or visit our website.

How to Get Nepal Visa?

Immigration Office at Kathmandu Airport Facilitating Tourist Visa on arrival.

Visa Fees:

Two Weeks – 30 USD

One Month (Four Weeks) – 50 USD

Three Month (90 Days) – 125 USD

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Visa Extension Fees:

Tourist Visa Extension required a minimum of 15 days (USD 45)and USD 3 for each extra days.

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Prakash Devkota

Meet with Prakash Chandra Devkota, Managing Director and Team Leader

Mr. Devkota hails from the beautiful hilly region of Gorkha District. He started his career as a guide in 1997 and quickly became a reputed figure in the Tourism Industry because of his extensive experience. He has gathered impressive experience in all Trekking and Climbing Routes, such as Mera, Island, Lobuche, Ama Dablam etc.

His success also lies in his brilliant mind and hospitable nature. He is fully dedicated to providing excellent services and introducing innovative concepts. With more than 15 years of experience in trekking and expedition operations in Nepal, Tibet, India, and Bhutan, he has earned a reputation as a renowned leader in the field. He understands the importance of personalized service for creating memorable experiences for his clients and constantly seeks innovative company operation methods.

Mr. Devkota has always been an avid practitioner of eco-friendly tourism and has always promoted environmental conservation throughout his career. He motivates his staff to embrace eco-friendly tourism through responsible tourism practices.

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