Mera Peak climb by Phaplu
The main importance of Mera Peak climb by Phaplu rather than Lukla is to have a much better acclimatization because the first steps are done in low altitude than Lukla. The beginning of the trek to Mera Peak climb from Phaplu is done in the altitude around 2000m-2800m for 4 days and then you reach a beautiful lake where you will Kholakharka step. This will allow you to get better acclimatization. Then we come to the valley that leads us first to Tangnag and we will make a day of acclimatization before reaching Khare to 5, 050 meter with another day of acclimatization.
We are well acclimatized to the ascent of Mera Peak High Camp which starts at 5,700 m camp before the summit. You can see Lovely view of Everest, Makalu, Baruntse at sunset. The next day is the big day ascent of Mera Peak and return to Khare, a big day. The ascent to Mera Peak presents no technical difficulty. The glacier is not very steep and slightly cracked. At the end of a small rise of 50 m to 35 ° as Sherpas fitted with a fixed rope allows access to the top and the view of the Himalayan range of Makalu to Cho Oyu. Superb. The return is by the ZatravLa pass which allows for a loop.When you trek into base camp of Mera through phaplu the lowland of solukhumbu, you will experience a different than starting from Lukla. You will pass through different beautiful Sherpa village like, Phaplu, Taksindu, Nunthala, Kharikhola & will see the very nice cultivated land along the trail. Throughout the trek towards the village to village you will become fitter and fitter, and your legs will be further physically powerful for summit day