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Mera Peak (6654m)

Mera Peak (6654m)

Mera Peak (6654m)

Mera Peak (6654m)

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Mera Peak is located in the Everest region and is one of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal. There are many approaches to Mera; some are easy while others require the crossing of high and difficult passes. The south ridge is considered unclimbable, while the east and north faces are almost impossible. The north-east ridge is a difficult mixed climb, which leaves the west face as the only reasonable option for guided ascents.

As a fully registered company, Pema Treks & Expeditions Pvt. Ltd is fully covered by crew insurance and company guarantees. Our expedition guides, leaders and climbing staff are fully qualified and very experienced on all major routes on trekking and high altitude peaks. We are proud of our ability to guide you through even the most technical terrain with the safest possible methods. We ensure that our prices are very competitive without compromising your safety, comfort, or chance of summiting.

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Published on 4/13/09

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