Mera, 6,476 m Amphu Laptsa Pass, 5,845 m Island Peak climbing, 6,189 m will carry you to an adventurous exploration of the wilderness mountains, letting you make a round circle while crossing the remarkable Amphupass. With the enthusiasm of ascending to the Mera might be a tough climb to summit but the reward is equally great and divine. The Mera Amphu Laptsa Pass Island Peak trekking package offers gorgeous views which one can cherish for a lifetime. As you are led towards the Amphu Lapcha, you are presented with a breath taking and thrilling of heart pumping adventure experience. The climb is a pleasant occurrence for the mountain lovers which indeed challenge you in various trails just to see your dedication and what you can endure to accomplish it.
Based on the splendid lofty mountain panoramas, Nepal’s most difficult and wide ranging treks comes across the Amphu Laptsa pass which adds a thrilling glory to the climb of Mera Peak.
Climbing details and destinations
The amazing 25 days Mera Amphu Laptsa Pass Island Peak climb extends with the path of Mera- La, passing the Amphu Lapcha pass across the Seto Pokhari and then ultimately arriving in the Everest region of the Chukkung behind the Ama Dablam and the island peak. Located in the Makalu Barun National Park in the border of the Khumbu region, Mera Peak is the highest trekking peaks of Nepal situated at an elevation of 6476m. It guidelines the amazing sights and takes you through the panoramic sight including the gracious scenarios of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Everest, Mt. Chamlang, Mt. Baruntse , Mt. Makalu and Mt. Cho Oyo. For the attainable non climbers who have an a surface level wisdom of the enthusiastic activity and are fit and capable of meeting new challenges of trekking to momentous height with the support of competent and experienced guide, Mera Peak climb is not a very tough job to summit. Across the glacier on the summit, climbers need to carry an ice axe for the support, use the crampons where the rope will be adjusted by the guide. Mera La climb is constant and gradual; it is a straightforward climb up to the 40 degree of the slope to the central summit of the Mera.
One of the most dramatic crossings in the Himalayas has to be the steep crest of the Amphu Lapcha. In this journey in the Mera and Island peak trekking route, you emerge into the well ventilated cliff as you ascend with the safety of the fixed ropes over the direct icefall and your feet simply extend away from the ground into the deep and sound Imja Khola Valley. The vast wall of Lhotse, with Everest peaks over its left shoulder roars up on the opposite side. Likewise, in the Mera and Island Peak trekking via Amphu Laptsa, the climb downhill makes the wide snow veranda a short abseil. It is trickier and exceptional to the steepness even though the pass is at the lower altitude than the Mera Peak. One can make this passage with no trouble even if they are non experienced climbers for the Mera Trek. The whole territory changes once we are over the Amphu Lapcha as you arrive into the different valley which is the Khumbu valley binded by Sagarmatha National Park. Along with the standard approach to Everest Base Camp route, the whole nature of the territory changes again as you return to Lukla via the Imja Khola and the Dudh Koshi river valley. As you come across the interesting arrangement in the Tengboche, you will surely enjoy the beauty of the majestic sight in the west side of the Ama Dablam (6856m) like the Tengboche monastery and the picturesque Namche Bazaar by progressively going downhill to the Lukla Via the Monjo and then to the Phakding. It is indeed certain to become one of the most astounding and memorable adventure of one’s lifetime.
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