Mera Peak Ski Expedition

Want to go on a beautiful ski and peak climbing adventure in Mera Peak? Read on to know more about the Mera Peak Ski Expedition and other information in detail.

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17 Days | 17 Night


Khumbu / Mera Peak

Difficulty Level


Group Size

1-2-12 Persons


6476 Meters

This Mera Peak expedition starts with a scenic journey from Kathmandu to Lukla on a mountain flight. This incredible trek then passes through various settlements and Sherpa villages of the Everest region. These include serene rivers, green valleys, and high altitude mountain passes. Breathtaking views of the Himalayas will enchant you all along the trail. We will summit Mera Peak passing through a snow and ice trail. Acclimatization is essential because it will help you tackle altitude sickness and other difficulties. From the Mera peak summit, you can ski down to the Mera La in a matter of minutes. This incredible adventure is the prime attraction of this expedition. Only a few climbers have experienced this adventure of a lifetime. This expedition includes proper acclimatization days that will help you adapt to high altitude conditions. Training and preparation are essential for a successful climb without any hassle. Moreover, The Mera Peak ski return is an incredibly long run. Professional skiing training is vital as there are diverse natural landscapes. After completing this adventure, you will return to Lukla through the same route you took earlier.


What's Included

  • Two night Deluxe hotel in Kathmandu on B/B

  • Flight from Kathmandu- Lukla- Kathmandu for the member and crews.

  • Special Climbing peak permit.

  • One climbing guide (Sherpa) among two members.

  • Everest National Park entrance permit

  • All Ground transport as per the itinerary.

  • All three Meals ( Breakfast , Lunch during the trek and camping).

  • A cup of Tea or coffee during the Breakfast.

  • Accommodation in lodge during the trek and basic camping arrangement during climbing.

  • Porters to carry member baggage 15 to 18 kg per porter.

  • Accident insurance for staffs.

  • A Trekking and climbing map

  • Emergency rescue arrangement if incase , pay by your travel insurance. in worst case only.

  • Sleeping ,bag down jackets if you do not have your own, to be returned after the trip.

  • medical kit box with normal medicine.

  • Seasonal Fruits.

  • Medical supplies, first aid kit box, including Oximeter and pulse meter checker.

  • An arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service (paid by your Travel Insurance company). If in case. Worst case only.

  • Sleeping bag, down Jacket, Duffel bag and walking Poles (if you don’t have your own, to be returned after trip completed).

  • All our government taxes.

  • Official expanse.

  • Ski Set

  • Ski Boot

  • Ski Skin

  • Ski Crampons

  • Ski Pole

What's Excluded

  • Personal clothing.

  • personal climbing equipment ( 150 USD ) per person

  • Personal accident insurance, emergency evacuation cost, oxygen, medical box.

  • Alcoholic beverage, laundry and tips.

  • Extra night Hotel accommodation and sightseeing tour in Kathmandu (available as per your choice)



Spring and Autumn

Skiing in Nepal is ideal from October to December. It is the peak season for skiing as there is less precipitation and a high mass of snow. The more snow, the better it is for skiing. Besides that, you will also get to observe breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains from various viewpoints along the trail. The incredible scenic beauty from the Mera peak summit of the entire Everest Mahalangur range is another highlight of this expedition. Amazing unobstructed views of snow-capped mountains in a clear blue sky is another advantage of this season. Besides that, there are mild, moderate temperatures that are ideal for climbing Mera peak. It is also a cultural time, and you can experience the culture and tradition. This incredible ski expedition is also doable in the Spring months, from March to May. However, the snow deposit might be depleted in this season. Hence, you might have a tough time skiing this season. However, from a peak climbing perspective, Spring is an excellent time for this Mera Peak expedition. There are great scenarios all over with breathtaking views of the Himalayas. You can experience mild temperatures and stable weather conditions with minimal precipitation.


How tall is the Mera peak, and where is it located?

The Mera Peak has a height of 6,461m and remains located at the Everest Mahalangur Himalayan range. It is in the Solukhumbu district of Province 1 in Eastern Nepal.

How challenging Is Mera Peak Climb?

The Mera peak climbing is a straightforward and comfortable climb. However, climbers should know some mountain climbing skills using mountaineering gears, including carabiners, crampons, ice axes, fixed ropes, etc.

When to take the Mera Peak ski expedition?

October to December is generally considered an ideal time for a ski expedition in Mera Peak. This is because there are stable weather conditions and mild, moderate temperatures. The snow deposit is also perfect for skiing in Nepal.

Are any previous climbing experiences required for the Mera Peak ski expedition in Nepal?

No previous technical climbing is necessary. However, you need to be in good physical condition to complete this hike and peak climbing expedition. This Mera Peak expedition also includes a ski tour from the summit to base camp. Hence, each skier must have a good background in mountain skiing as snow conditions differ significantly. We do provide ski training programs to make you ready for this expedition. Besides that, you will also need some training routine on mountain climbing using mountaineering equipment.

Are our porters and guides essential for the trek?

A guide is your companion along the Mera Peak trek and helps you with navigating. Guides are also essential because they will help you in any emergencies and motivate you along the trail. Porters help you with your luggage along the route and thus are quite a help along the path.

Is altitude sickness common along the trail?

Yes, altitude sickness is quite common as it is a high-altitude trek along with a summit climb. Hence, acclimatization and regular hydration are essential to tackle altitude sickness along trails. Besides that, you should trek at a gentle pace and not gain more than 600m in altitude on a trekking day. You should hydrate regularly with at least 3-4 litres of water per day. Diamox tablets are also helpful to reduce symptoms of altitude sickness.

What is the visa cost for Nepal, and how to obtain them?

The Nepal visa cost is $30, $50, and $125 for 15, 30, and 90-days, respectively. Travellers can get the visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International airport. You need to fill forms, documents, along with passport size photos and other formalities.

What are the tipping costs of the guide and the porter?

You can tip around $5 per day for a guide and $2 to $4 per day for a porter. You can tip approximately $10 per day for a guide and $5 per day for a porter if you are group trekking.

You can tip around $5 per day for a guide and $2 to $4 per day for a porter. You can tip approximately $10 per day for a guide and $5 per day for a porter if you are group trekking.

Travel insurance is essential as they cover injuries, accidents, flight delays, evacuations, and others. You must ensure that the travel insurance covers an altitude of 4000m and above.

Can you take your electronic gadgets, including cameras, phones, and others?

Yes, you can take a phone, camera, and others during your trek. You can also take solar chargers or Power banks to charge. Some tea houses also offer electronic charging at an added cost.

Is an oxygen cylinder required during the Mera Peak ski expedition?

An oxygen cylinder is not required for the ski expedition as it is not a high-altitude trek. However, there are emergency oxygen facilities in case of any emergency.

Are there mobile connections and internet services during the Mera Peak trek?

Yes, mobile connections and the internet are generally available in lower regions along the trail. The 3G services by NTC and NCell are pretty handy. Wi-Fi services in the Everest region are available at an additional cost in some of the teahouses.

Is Nepal safe for women?

Nepal is a safe country for women. However, if you are a female traveller, it is ideal to avoid shorts and sleeveless while travelling to remote parts of the country. People are conservative, and this will save you from prying eyes. A proper background check is essential before you hire any guides and porters for your trek. Besides that, you should not trek after dark to be safe.

What are the emergency protocols during the trek?

Our team members are well equipped with first aid facilities. They can handle any emergency conditions. Furthermore, There are helicopter evacuation facilities in case of any requirements.

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