Price (P/P) US$ 3500
Nepal’s most wide-ranging and difficult treks locate in spectacular lofty mountain panorama. The expansion to cross the Amphu Lapcha pass add major interest to a climb of Mera Peak, facilitate one to discover a remote mountain wilderness vicinity, cross a remarkable pass, and make a round circle raise through the Sagarmatha National Park. Exhilaration of climbing Mera, which is a tough ascent to summit offers incredible views, crossing of the Amphu Lapcha is technically more challenging, and present an thrilling purpose for adventurous trekkers. The trek is very attractive and pleasure for mountain lovers. In reality the route is Via Mera -La and cross the pass of Amphu Lapcha throughout Seto Pokhari and arrive in Everest region of Chukkung behind island peak and Ama Dablam.
Mera Peak is situated in the Makalu Barun National Park on the edge of the Khumbu region. At 6476m it is the highest of the Nepal Trekking Peaks, and guidelines one of the best viewpoints in Nepal; there are panoramic views taking in, among others, Everest, Lohtse, Nuptse, Makalu, Cho Oyo, Kanchenjunga, Ama Dablam, Chamlang and Baruntse. However, Mera is technically easy to climb, attainable by non-climbers who are fit and who have an out-going wisdom of exciting activity, who are able to meet the challenges of trekking to momentous height in the existence of a competent guide, supported by a team of porters. Climbers will need to use of crampons to ascent, carry an ice axe for support, and rope will be fixed by a guide across the glacier on summit day. The ascent from the Mera La is gradual and constant, before reaching a short, but straightforward climb up to 40 degree slope to Mera’s central summit.
The steep ridge of the Amphu Lapcha has to be one of the most dramatic crossings in the Himalaya. Ascending with the safety of fixed ropes over straightforward icefall, you emerge onto an well-ventilated cliff, with the ground simply extensive away from your feet into the deep Imja Khola Valley. The vast wall of Lhotse, with Everest peaking over its left shoulder rear up on the opposite side, dwarfing the in fact miniature Island Peak in the forefront. The descent requires a short abseil to a wide snow veranda. Even though the pass is at a lower altitude than Mera Peak, it is trickier exceptional to steepness. Nevertheless, as for Mera, non-climbers who are fit with an out-going sense of exploration can make this passage with no trouble. Once over the Amphu Lapcha, you enter into the different valley which Khumbu valley or Sagarmatha National Park and the whole nature of the territory changes again. Your return to Lukla is via the Imja Khola and Dudh Koshi river valleys, along which the standard approach to Everest Base Camp route. You’ll enjoy classic views of the west side of Ama Dablam (6856m), and pass through interesting settlements such as Tengboche, which has a well-known monastery, and Namche Bazaar than gradually descend to Lukla Via Manjo and Phakding to fly out to Kathmandu.
Trip Code: MIAP43
Duration: 21 Nights / 22 Days
Trip Grade: Strenous
Activity: Day Tour, Trekking and Peak Climbing
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Nepal Nomad Social Foundation is a charity organization working to educate underprivileged children, literate to illiterate women, and provide possible health and sanitation services, thereby changing the lives of the people living in Kapilakot, 2 in Sindhuli district, from the certain percentage of profit earned from operating trekking and tours.View Detail