It's been too long since we were on the summit of Mera Peak.....
Nepal is open and we're going

Are you looking for the perfect introduction to climbing in Nepal?

In what has felt like an eternity, the world is slowly opening up again and we at Everest One couldn't be more excited.

Restrictions have eased in Nepal, there are no quarantine requirements and only a single day of self-isolation in most Australian states on your return.


Adventure travellers, who are fully vaccinated are looking to get back out there.


Everest One have been leading groups into Mera Peak for over a decade, with this being our 9th expedition into what can only be described as some of the most stunning scenery on offer.

Standing at 6,476 m, Mera Peak is the classic Himalayan trekking peak and perfect as an introduction to climbing at altitude.

Our expedition starts in Kathmandu, and after a few days of sightseeing and preparation we fly to Lukla, the beginning of our mountain journey.


From Lukla we immediately head off the beaten track and away from the busy Khumbu Valley.


After a few days of acclimatisation, we ascend the Zatrwa La before dropping down into the pure serenity of the Hinku Valley.


It's at this point where you feel the true remoteness of the trek, with the distant sounds of planes from Lukla now gone.


Over the coming days, you will experience some of the most incredible scenery and wilderness as we trek through dense moss covered forests and glacial moraine, with our goal of Mera Peak proudly presenting herself in the distance.


Once we arrive in Khare, our Base camp for 2 days, we have a full day of preparation and basic mountaineering training to have you feeling confident about the climb ahead.


We spend 3 days up on the mountain during the climb, camping at the Mera La before we place our high camp, from where we launch our summit push in the early hours of the morning.


From the summit of Mera Peak you will be amazed at the sensational views, as you look out across the skyline to see 5 of the 6 highest mountains in the world.


Lying a little to the south of the main Himalayan Range, you will be offered the full Himalayan panorama, from the Langtang region and Cho Oyu, the 6th highest mountain in the west, whilst also taking in Nuptse, Lhotse (4th), Everest (1st), Baruntse, and Makalu (5th), to Kanchenjunga (3rd) in the far east.


Once our climb of Mera Peak is complete, we retrace our steps, moving quicker after being fully acclimatised, for a well earned drink and team celebration back in Lukla with all our guides and porters.


The next morning, you’ll be back to the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu, where a nice hot shower, some pampering and pizza awaits.


Trip Details

Trip Dates: 
14th October to 3rd November 2022


21 days

Highest elevation:

6476m (Mera Peak)

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Trip Route:

Lukla - Zatrwa La - Khare - Mera Peak - return 

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19 breakfasts, 16 lunches and 16 dinners


4 Nights in 4 ⭐️ Kathmandu Hotel


Experienced mountain guides, both western & Nepalese

Down jacket, sleeping bag and expedition duffle bag

All transport in Nepal

Flights to and from Lukla


Experienced cooks and support team


Trekking Permits


All team camping, cooking and group climbing equipment 


Incredible climb of the highest trekking peak in Nepal


Stunning views of 5 of the highest mountains in the world including Everest, Lhotse, Kanchenjunga, Makalu and Cho Oyu. 

Colourful Buddhist culture and spirited Sherpa people


Serene wilderness trekking in the Hinku Valley

Crossing the Zatrwa La with views into the Khumbu and Hinku Valley

Quality teahouse accommodation mixed with camping

Meet your head guide


Allan Cohrs BM is the owner of Everest One and personally guides on many of our trips. 


You will also be supported by expert Sherpa guides who have been hand-picked for their professionalism and experience, many of whom have reached the summit of Mt Everest and other high-altitude peaks.

Allan will be leading the climb of Mera Peak in October 2022.

As a guide in the Himalaya’s, Africa, South America and Australia, Allan delivers a personalised service, providing a safe, professional experience for his guests.


He has guided in all corners of the globe with over 20 high altitude climbs in the Himalaya's including Mt Everest (8850m), Lhotse (8516m), Cho Oyu (8200m), Baruntse (7129m) and Ama Dablam (6812m).


Allan has also climbed Mera Peak (6476m) 8 times, Lobuche East and Island Peak 3 times and numerous other 6000m+ climbs, along with 13 summits of Mt Kilimanjaro (5895m) and two successful climbs of Aconcagua (6960m), the highest mountain in South America. 

He and his team are experts at managing guests in a high-altitude environment which has resulted in some of the highest success rates in both climbs and treks they lead. 


Their experience expands to handling logistics, decision making, assessing risk and managing a happy and harmonious team. 

What people are saying


Think about this.  The spectacle of the Himalayas, the anticipation of a physical challenge and the spice and colour of the Nepalese culture.  Final ingredient for the adventure of a lifetime?  Everest One!


The best in class.  Without a doubt - the best!  Passionate about life, about making the most of opportunities and about recognising the potential in each and every person, they are terrific.  Skilled, professional and finely attuned to whatever goals a person might bring to the mountains. 


In my experience, whether a trek to base camp or a climb up Mera Peak, Everest One delivers “Adventure all the Way”! 


Do yourself a favour.


Professor Jeff Dunn AO - Australia



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