Mera Peak Amphu Laptsa Pass Island Peak Climbing Trip is one of the most challenging treks in the Himalayas of Nepal. Apart from climbs to the two most popular trekking peaks of Nepal, the trek also passes through some remote and isolated valleys and crosses the challenging Amphu Laptsa (5620 meters). One can feel the adrenaline pumping throughout the whole adventure with the stunning mountain sceneries of the Himalayan giants and exciting traversing of some of the most beautiful glaciers.
Astounding views of five of the highest pinnacles on the planet including the highest mountain of the world; Everest (8848 meters) and many other snow-covered peaks can be enjoyed on Mera Peak Amphu Laptsa Island Peak Trek. Scenes of Everest (8848 meters), Kanchenjunga, (8586 meters), Lhotse (8516 meters), Makalu (8485 meters), Cho Oyo (8201 meters), Chamlang (7319 meters), Baruntse (7129 meters), Ama Dablam (6856 meters) and many other peaks rising to the sky surely is one of the most sensational mountain panorama on the planet.
Mera Peak Amphu Laptsa Pass Island Peak Climbing in the Himalayas of Nepal has it all; summits of the Mera Peak (6467 meters) and Island Peak (6189 meters), excellent views of the highest mountains, a challenging route through some of the remote valleys of the country and much more. The trek also goes through the busiest places of Khumbu Valley; Namche and Lukla, sparsely populated Hinku Valley and almost inhabited Barun Valley. Throughout these valleys, the century’s old culture and history of the Sherpa can be thoroughly experienced and savored.
Mera Peak Amphu Laptsa Pass Island Peak Climbing Short Itinerary;
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu. (1338 meters)
Day 02: Sightseeing and trek preparation day.
Day 03: Fly to Lukla (2850 meters) and trek to Chutanga. (3020 meters)
Day 04: Acclimatization day at Chutanga.
Day 05: Trek to Thuli Kharka. (4300 meters)
Day 06: Trek to Kothe. (3691 meters)
Day 07: Trek to Thangnak. (4356 meters)
Day 08: Trek to Khare. (5045 meters)
Day 09: Acclimatization day at Khare.
Day 10: Cross Mera La (5415 meters) and trek to Mera Base Camp. (5300 meters)
Day 11: Trek to Mera High Camp. (5780 meters)
Day 12: Climb Mera Peak (6467 meters) and trek to Khongma Ding. (4840 meters)
Day 13: Extra Day.
Day 14: Trek to Seto Pokhari. (5000 meters)
Day 15: Trek to Chamlang Base Camp. (5400 meters)
Day 16: Trek to Amphu Laptsa Base Camp. (5620 meters)
Day 17: Cross Amphu Laptsa (5800 meters) and trek to Chukkung valley.
Day 18: Trek to Chukkung. (4730 meters)
Day 19: Extra Day.
Day 20: Trek to Island Peak High Camp. (5350 meters)
Day 21: Climb Island Peak (6160 meters) and trek to Chhukung.
Day 22: Trek to Thyangboche. (3860 meters)
Day 23: Trek to Monjo. (2835 meters)
Day 24: Trek to Lukla. (2810 meters)
Day 25: Fly back to Kathmandu.
Day 26: Free day at Kathmandu.
Day 27: Departure.
Service Includes on trip cost.
Service excludes on trip cost
|Visit Himalaya Treks has always been keen on safety on the journey. We have prepared Trekking Equipment List which the trekkers will need during their trek in Nepal. The following list should help you with your packing. Generally, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. The weight of your trek bag while trekking should be no more than 15 KG. You must bring the following items:|
Climbing gear for peak Climbing Trips.
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