Mera Island peak climbing via Amphu Lapcha la pass - 23 Nights 24 Days
Mera Island peak climbing via Amphu Lapcha la pass
at the same time climbing Mera peak (6,461m), Island peak (6189m,) via Amphu Lapcha pass (5,780m) starts from subtropical to a higher altitude of over (6,000m).
Mer Island peak climbing is quite near but divided by a huge mountain range. The remote Hingkhu valley on one side Imja valley at another part of Khumbu. The magnificent scenery and fine exposed summit at the top make perhaps the finest snow route in the Himalaya. It is regarded as a small technical peak with some ascend walk, crossing ladder in a crevasse. Everything that a technical mountain offer at a lower altitude, though there is difficulty an intermediate climber. Some high altitude experienced person and the love for the mountain is all you need to overcome this adventurous journey. Ancient Sherpa village rich in historical mountaineering tradition along with physical difficulty makes this peak climbing trek one of most do a task of Adventure in Khumbu Nepal. Info Mera peak climbing
Mera Island peak climbing via Amphu Lapcha la is one of the most challenging trekking destinations in the Khumbu region. Here adventure seekers can enjoy both trekking and expedition at the same time which is once in a lifetime opportunity.
Mara Island peak climbing via Amphu Lapcha la pass
Mara island peak climbing: we will fly to Lukla and hike for Chuthanga following route to Mera peak via Khari la en route. We will also pass all the way through rock-strewn the perfect walk through the meadows and woodland covered by blue Himalayan pine and rhododendron flowers to reach Kothe. We will follow side glacier moraine and arrive Mera base Camp via Khare. Here we will Acclimatize and give some important instruction for our guest before heading for (6,461m) Mera peak. During the summit day, we start early in the morning. We approach the Mera peak by the northern route because it involves a gradual climb with outstanding Mountain View. After we reach the summit we can have a postcard view of Chamlang (7,290m), Baruntse(7,220m), Mt.Everest(8,848m), Lhotse (8,516m) and many more mountain ranges play a vital role to minimize our fatigue level. Then after the Mera summit. Himalayan news
We head eastward exploring less famous routes used for Makalu and the wilderness of the upper Hongu valley. Furthermore, we camp at the Seto Pokhari, a scared lake system at over (5,000m) nestling beneath stunning Everest, Lhotse, and many more peaks. We gradually reach Amphu Lapcha pass a 40-degree vertical pass difficult. But the fun and excitement it offers through one of the adventurous feelings one can ever have. Amphu Lapcha pass summit is yet another vantage point to take in a magnificent view of majestic Mt Everest, Mt.Lhotse, Mt.Baruntse, Mt Kusum Kanguru and many more mountains. After we cross Amphu Lapcha pass (5,780m) and reach island peak the base camp, where we take a day rest for exploring and rest before ascent for Island peak 6189m.
Island Peak Base Camp Info Island peak climbing
It is located at an altitude of about (5,100m) near the Imja and Lhotse Glaciers. At the base camp, you will be able to enjoy the island peak. The Island peak climb begins with a scramble up rocky gully to the ridge where you need to get on. Crampons and rope up to the glacier crossing heading to the south ridge scintillating Island Peak summit. The peak view offers us just an amazing Himalaya! No one can express it the feeling only a Summiteer can feel.
Finally, we start to descend down to Lukla via an isolated Tengboche monastery. The Tibetian Buddhist temple site at 12865 feet which offers us a glimpse into the monastic life of Khumbu. We descend down following Dudh Koshi River and probably some ascend until Namche bazaar’s main route to Everest Base camp. So, the trial will be crowded by huge traffic of people because it is one and the only way to Everest Base Camp, three pass trekking, Gokyo and enjoyable the trek. Again we descend following the EBC trail to Lukla from where we will fly back to Kathmandu by plane.
IMPORTANT-Mera Island peak climbing
We offer scheduled and custom guided climbs on a route of a verity of difficulty. Novice mountaineers will benefit from our introductory course. It is designed to take the next step into Mera peak, such as the island peak. This is a challenging and difficult ascent up the crevasse. Yet this is a route that is accessible to the climber with competence in basic mountaineering skills.
Note: It is a quite difficult mountain but you don’t need rippling muscle and advance mountaineering training but the experience of high altitude and the right instruction, knowledge share by experienced climber leader what you need to succeed this climbing and I assure you we are the perfect choice for 100% result. And we can modify itinerary on the way regarding your health so give us an opportunity to serve you. We highly recommend those peak climbing and Amphu Lapcha passes from September and October and spring only April to 15 of May. You can do this climbing itinerary from 17 to 22 to days. If you are interested we offer you the best cost and the best service on your holiday trip to Nepal.
Our Friend Mr. Jean Christophe Richard successfully climbed both peaks in 2018 in October. Who came from Arthaz France If you need to ask for more information in France to Mr, Richard. He will reply to you about the history of Merpeak passes Amphu Lapcha Island peak climbing.
Climbing Peak Permit Fees NMA B Group:
Mer and Island Peak Permit fee Spring | 250 US$| Autumn |125 US$ | Winter & Summer 70 US$ Per peak per person.
Kathmandu-Lukla to Kathmandu Plane ticket 360|US$ Per person.
Trekking Cost Per person US$ |2330 | Per person minimum 2 pax in the group.
Nepal Alsace Trekking Cost includes included Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Climbing guide, and Porters. Lodge & tent accommodations during the trek and also include the hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast as per our itinerary.
But we don’t include that your personal climbing equipment.
For a single person, the cost will increase by 400 US$.
If you want to hire the guide and porter only also available from our agency.
- 1Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m).
Arrival Kathmandu airport | And transfer to the hotel.
- 2Day 2 : Free day at Kathmandu.
Free day at Kathmandu | Hotel includes bed and breakfast.
- 3Day 3 : 45 minute fly Kathmandu-Lukla and trek to Chuthanga (3,020m).
Morning flight to Lukla (2800m) The gateway of the Khumbu valley and our trek to Chu Thanga | Stay overnight at Lodge.
- 4Day 4 : Chu Thang -Tuli Kharka (4,100m).
From Chu Thang 6 hours walking to Thuli Kharka | Stay overnight at Lodge.
- 5Day 5 : Tuli Kharka-Kothe (4,182m).
From Tuli Kharka -6 hours walking to Kothe | Stay overnight at Lodge.
- 6Day 6 : Kothe – Thangnak (4,326m).
From Kothe 6 hours walking to Thangak | Stay overnight at Lodge.
- 7Day 7 : Thangnak – Khare (5,099m).
From Thangnak 4/5 hours walking to Khare | Stay overnight at Lodge.
- 8Day 8 : Rest day at Khare.
Rest day at Khare for the acclimatization and for basic training that we need for Mera. We do acclimatization by hiking up to Mera la (5,400m) where we can do some training on actual glacier | Stay overnight at lodge.
- 9Day 9 : High Camp 5,780m 5 Hours Walking
High Camp 5,780m 5 Hours Walking
- 10Day 10 : Summit Mera Peak (6,461m).
Early 3 AM start to climbing Mera peak & after Summit Peak trek back to Kongma Dingma (4,850m) about 9 hours | Stay overnight at the tent.
- 11Day 11 : Kongma Dingma -Seto Pokhari (4,825m) via Hinkhu Valley.
Trek to Seto Pokhari (4,825m), 5/6 hours walking | Stay overnight at the tent.
- 12Day 12 : Seto pokhari Amphu Lapcha South base camp (5,850m).
Trek to Amphu Lapcha south base camp (5,850m), 5/6 hours walking | Stay overnight at the tent.
- 13Day 13 : Amphu Lapch pass (5,845m) and trek to Chhukung.
Amphu Lapcha pass (5,845m) and trek to Chhukung 7/8 hours walking | Stay overnight at Lodge.
- 14Day 14 : Rest day at Chhukung.
Today we are resting at Chhukung. We already 6/7 days we haven't any sower and also we are very tired from Mera Peak climbing and the Challenges pass Amphu Lapcha. Therefore it is very important for the acclimation for Island peak | Stay overnight at Lodge.
- 15Day 15 : Chhukung to Island Peak base camp (5,087m)
Today we will have magnificent views of Ama Dablam (6,856m), Lhotse (8,414m), Nuptse (7,861m) and Island Peak with other surrounding high peaks. Our trek continues until we arrive at Island Peak base Camp. We will have the views of Island Peak’s south ridge beneath the giant wall of Nuptse and Lhotse, about 6 hours walking | Stay overnight in the tent.
- 16Day 16 : Island Peak Climbing And Base camp
Early 3 AM start to Climbing to the summit (6,189m) high Island peak then return back to base camp about total hours 10/11
- 17Day 17 : Base Camp to Chhukung (4,730m).
From Basecamp we start our trek to Chhukung 6 hours walking | Stay overnight at the Lodge.
- 18Day 18 : Chhukung to Tengboche (3,860m).
After breakfast, we walk slowly down to the Tengboche 6 hours walking, including views of Mt Everest, Mt Amadablam Mt, Lhotse, and many more snow peaks | Stay overnight at Lodge.
6 hours the walk.
- 19Day 19 : Tengboche-Namche (3440m)
Today our trek to Namche 5 hours walking, but our lunch will be at the Snasa then after lunch trek to Namche Bazar | Stay overnight at the Lodge.
- 20Day 20 : Namche-Lukla (2,800m).
Namche-Lukla (2,800m) 7 hours walking.
- 21Day 21 : Lukla, Kathmandu
From Lukla, flight back to Kathmandu | And Transfer to hotel.
- 22Day 22 : Kathmandu
Your free day at Kathmandu | Hotel includes bed and breakfast.
- 23Day 23 : Departure
After breakfast drive to the Kathmandu airport for your scheduled flight back to the home.
- Arrival and departure Transport Car/ Van/ Hiace.
- Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast as per our itinerary.
- Full board meals Lunch-dinner Such as Nepali, Indian. Chinese and Italian, much more European food. with tea or coffee during the trek.
- Lodge and Tented accommodation during the trek.
- The license holder, Climbing Guide, his Insurance, Equipment, day Salary, Food, and Accommodation.
- The required number of Porters, Including Salary, Insurance, Food, Accommodation, and Equipment.
- Everest National Park permits.
- Mera and Island Peak climbing permit fees.
- Garbage deposit Fees.
- General Climbing equipment such as fix Rope, Ice Screw, Snow Bar, etc.
- Kathmandu - Lukla – Kathmandu Plane ticket.
- High Medical Insurance.
- Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu.
- Your Travel Insurance Policy encase if the accident and high altitude Sickness Rescue operation.
- Nepal entry visa fee 15 Daya 30 US$ and for the 30 Days 50 US$, But you can obtain your visa in Kathmandu airport if you have not taken from your country.
- Tips for trekking staff.
- Your personal equipment such as Sleeping.Bag / Crampons / Harness ice ax, and ice hammer.
- Please don't forget to bring with you 2 passport of size pictures.
- Sleeping bag rental and down Jacket if needed.
- All the meals are included on the trek but we only include breakfast while you are in Kathmandu.
(6,461m) Mera peak (5,886m) Amphu Lapcha pass and (6,189m) Island peak
September to 10 November and March to May
Day time normal and during Night 5-15 degree at the high camp
Mer and Island Peak Permit fee Spring | 250 US$| Autumn |125 US$ | Winter & Summer 70 US$ Per peak per person.Kathmandu-Lukla to Kathmandu Plane ticket 360|US$ Per person. Trekking Cost Per person US$ |2330 | Per person minimum 2 pax in the group.
Fixe rope-main rope-Ice C row, Snow bag, Ice hummer, Jummar, Harness, and other equipment.
5/7 hours per day we walking during the trek
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. + walking boot If possible Gore tax boot is better. + Warm socks and Gaiters in case of rain or snow. + Day carry bag and Down Jacket over 3,000 meters you get very cold. + Sleeping bag and others which are not mansions here.
No, you can hire climbing equipment at Khare and Chhukung.
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