From Khare Mera and Island Peak climbing
Khare Mera with Island Peak via Amphu Laptsa Pass is a challenging and adventurous trekking and mountaineering route in the Everest region of Nepal. It combines two popular peaks, Mera Peak and Island Peak, and involves crossing the technical Amphu Laptsa Pass.
Lukla to Khare. The journey begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, followed by a trek to reach Khare (5,045 Meters). Khare is the base camp for Mera Peak.
Mera Peak climbing from Khare: You will embark on the ascent of Mera Peak (6,476 Meters). Mera Peak is considered a non-technical climb and provides stunning panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks, including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Makalu.
After Mera Peak continue to Amphu Laptsa Pass: The next phase of the journey involves crossing the technical Amphu Laptsa Pass (5,845 Meters). This pass demands technical climbing skills, including fixed rope ascents and rappelling. It’s important to have prior mountaineering experience or hire an experienced guide for this section.
Amphu Lapcha Pass and Chhukung: After descending from Mera Peak and Amphu Lapcha Pass, you will trek toward Chukhung (4,730 Meters). Chukhung serves as the Lower base camp for Island Peak.
Island Peak Base Camp: You will prepare for the ascent of Island Peak (6,189 Meters). The climb is more technical compared to Mera Peak and involves sections of ice climbing and fixed ropes. It is necessary to have prior mountaineering experience or hire an experienced guide to tackle the technical aspects of the climb. The summit offers magnificent views of surrounding peaks.
Island Peak is more technical than Mera Peak: Island Peak (6,189 Meters), also known as Imja Tse, is a popular peak for climbers. It requires basic mountaineering skills and offers a challenging but rewarding experience. The summit provides breathtaking views of Ama Dablam and other surrounding peaks.
Island Peak to Lukla: After successfully crossing the pass, the trek continues towards Lukla, passing through the villages of Dingboche, Tengboche, and Namche Bazaar. Finally, you will fly back to Kathmandu from Lukla.
Necessary Trekking and Peak Climbing Permits: For Mera and Island Peak climbing, you need to obtain a climbing permit from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). The permit fee varies depending on the season (peak or off-peak) and nationality. You will need to provide the necessary documents, including passport copies and passport-sized photos, along with the permit application.
Both Mera Peak and Island Peak fall within the Sagarmatha National Park, a protected area in the Everest region and You need a Barune National Park Permit for Mera Peak. Therefore, you will need to obtain a Sagarmatha National Park Permit. This permit can be obtained in Kathmandu
The Trekker’s Information Management System (TIMS) card is required for trekking in Nepal, including the approach trek to Mera Peak and Island Peak. The TIMS card is issued by the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and helps in the management and safety of trekkers. You can obtain the TIMS card in Kathmandu from the Trekking agency.
Please note that this trek and climbing is considered challenging and requires technical mountaineering skills. It is important to be well-prepared, physically fit, and equipped with proper gear and equipment. It is highly recommended to consult with experienced trekking agencies or local experts for detailed information, guidance, and safety considerations before embarking on this adventure.
The best time for high pass trekking in Nepal is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These seasons offer the most favorable weather and optimal trekking conditions.
Drinking water during the trek and Climbing: You can take boiled water from the lodge which costs 100 -400 Nepali rupees. It is better to use water purification drops and tablets which you can either bring from your country or can buy in Kathmandu.
Food Items during the Trek: During the tea house lodge and camping trekking and climbing, you will find typical foods such as Noodles, Rice, Pasta, Potato dishes, fresh vegetables, eggs, and Chicken items for dinner and Lunch. Breakfast items Tibetan bread, Pancake, muesli, Porridge, and toast with peanut butter. Honey and jam.
Flight and Land Transport Service: Khare Mera Peak Island peak via Amphu Lapta pass, You must take a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla Kathmandu. But there is another option you can hire a local Jeep from Kathmandu to Buksak but you need three days extra. If you travel by Jeep it takes 15 hours from Kathmandu to Buksak.
Our Guide & porter waiting for you at Khare.
Mera and Island Peak climbing price
- The climbing costs are from March to May | USD 2497 per person.
- The cost of climbing from September to November. | USD 2372 per person.
- The climbing cost per person is from June to August | USD 2292 Per pax.
- Single Climber cost Lukla to Mera peak. | USD 3115-Per Single Person.
Climbing Equipment informaition: If you don’t have Climbing equipment then you can hire it in Khare and Chhukung, But please bring with you your boots and Gloves because, In Khare and Chhukung, you will not find good-sized boots and Gloves.
|Khare meet to our climbing guide & porter
|Mountain view Lodge
|Khare to high camp
|Tent Camping include BLD Service
|Summit Mera Peak 6474 & High camp
|Tent or Tea hose lodge -include BLD Service
|High camp to Hinku Vallley
|Tent or Tea hose lodge-include BLD Service
|Seto Pokhari to Amphu Laptsa Base camp
|Tent or Tea hose lodge-include BLD Service
|Amphu Lapcha pass 5845
|Island Base camp 5200
|Lodge-include BLD Service
|Rest day at Chhukung
|Island Peak high camp
|Tent-include BLD Service
|High camp to Summit Island Peak (6189)
|Base camp 5200
|Tent Camping-include BLD Service
|Base camp to Chhukung or Dingboche up to your Plans
|4730 0r 4410
|Include B,L Service
Khare Mera Amphu Leptsa passes with Island peak climbing cost 2,497 $ per person
- Day 01: Lodge Accommodation and Dinner.
- Day 02: Breakfast. Pack Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea in High camp.
- Day 03: Breakfast, Pack Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea.
- Day 04: Breakfast, Pack Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea.
- Day 05: Breakfast, Pack Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea.
- Day 06: Breakfast, Pack Lunch, and in Chhukung Lodge Accommodation includes coffee or tea.
- Day 07: Chhukung Rest day Includes, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Lodge Accommodation with Coffee or tea
- Day 08: Breakfast, Pack Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea.
- Day 09: Breck fast, Pack Lunch, and Dinner at Chhukung including Lodge with Coffee or Tea.
- All camping gears Kitchen set, guest tents, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tent, Mattresses during the Peak climbing period Mera and Island peak.
- Staff: 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen boy, one climbing guide and helper for high camp Mera and Island peak.
- Climbing Rope, Ice screws, Snow bars Mera and Island peak climbing period.
- Mera and Island peak climbing Permit.
- Mera and Island peak garbage deposited fees 1000 US$
Khare Mera Amphu Leptsa passes with Island peak climbing Cost Excludes
- Personal gears for climbing which can hire in Khare, ascender, eight fingers, jumar, Ice-X, climbing boot, crampons, ( this is only in Mera and Aamaphu Lapcha Pass, but in Island peak, (you need to hire Plastic boot) rest of gear are including Meal and Accommodations in Khare and Chhukung
- Emergency Rescue evacuation
- Sleeping bag
- Tipping (Tips) for staff
Cost for 2 peaks and one high pass | 2,497 US$ Per person minimum 2 Pax group.
No, the cost Includes from Khare to Mera peak climbing>Amphu Laptsa pass and Island peak climbing to Chhukung.
Mera peak (6,461m) Amphu Laptsa pass (5,845 and Island peak (6,189m)
Yes, Mera peak Climbing is not too difficult. But Amphu Laptsa and Island peak climbing you need full mountaineering equipment, such as Alpine boot, harness, Jummar, Rope, and other types of equipment.
Day time 4-6 during the Nights 10-15 degree.
15 September to 10 December and 13 March to May. Before 15 September too much rain and after 10 December to 13 March too much snow also not sour to Amphu Laptsa pass and reach the summit both peak.
Khare Mera peak, Amphu Laptsa pass Island peak tented camp
Passport photocopy (should be very clear with color scan) and validity minimum 6 months. 2 passport size photo. Occupation. Home details address. Insurance copy
Normally, you need to bring with you flowing equipment. >> Alpine boot your good size. >> Ice ax, Harness, Karabiner Lock & Unlock >> Fix rope, Jammer, Ice hammer, Snow bag >> Helmet and others which are not mansions here.
Day 01: Lodge Accommodation and Dinner. Day 02: Breakfast. Pack Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea in High camp. Day 03: Breakfast, Pack Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea. Day 04: Breakfast, Pack Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea. Day 05: Breakfast, Pack Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea. Day 06: Breakfast, Pack Lunch, and in Chhukung Lodge Accommodation includes coffee or tea. Day 07: Chhukung Rest day Includes, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Lodge Accommodation with Coffee or tea Day 08: Breakfast, Pack Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea. Day 09: Breck fast, Pack Lunch and Dinner at Chhukung including Lodge with Coffee or Tea. All camping gears Kitchen set, guest tents, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tent, Mattresses during the Peak climbing period Mera and Island peak. Staff: 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen boy, one climbing guide and helper for high camp Mera and Island peak. Climbing Rope, Ice screws, Snow bars Mera and Island peak climbing period. Mera and Island peak climbing Permit.
No need to carry from Lukla. You can hire climbing equipment at Khare, But if you have your Alpine climbing boot it is better to bring with you.
Feels like hangover & Feeling not good/ Headache/ Shortness of Breath/ Loss of appetite/ Sleep not good/ vomiting/ fevers etc.
Yes, Peak climbing is not very easy but depends on trekking peaks the same peak is less technical same peak are very step and much technical climbing + but you need good mountaineering equipment’s. We suggest that before the climbing peak you need to do a minimum 5,000 meters high trekking pass
Namaste, Frist inquiry from your trip you will have direct access to experienced and professional climbing guides advice or to ask questions on your arrival Kathmandu meet with us we will brief you how to climbing Nepal trekking peaks. If you travel with us then, of course, we will provide qualified Guides who have experience high altitude trekking and climbing guides. We provide all the trekking and climbing staff insurance as well. You can speak directly with us about your proposed climbing Nepal Trekking peaks the will brief you on our experience climbing guide who has many times summit Nepal Trekking peaks