The first ascent of Mera was made by Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing on 20 May 1953, who appeared to have climbed the central summit. The next recorded ascent was not until 1975 when French Climbers Jolly, Baus and Honills climbed the north summit. Mera is among the highest of Nepal’s official trekking Peak.
This superb trek takes us right through the Khumbu region with some wonderful views of the major peaks in the area including Everest itself. Whether you want to attempt the summit or just go alone for trek, you will feel as though you have taken part in a real Himalayan expedition. The climb is not technical, but you will need good adaptation to altitude and basic knowledge of ice axe and crampon techniques.