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  • Duration:24 Nights 25 Days
  • Max. Altitude: 6476m
  • Group Size: 1-6
  • Activity: Trekking & Climbing
  • Pick Up: TIA Airport

About Mera and Island Peak Climbing

Mera and Island Peak Climbing with Amphu Labtsa Pass is the ultimate trekking and climbing challenge yet rewarding mountaineering experience that offers the chance to summit two of the most popular trekking peaks in Nepal, crossing a high mountain pass at an elevation of 5700 meters. This exceptional high-altitude adventure is packed with an amazing variety of mountains and wilderness valleys, forests and grasslands, lodges and camping: a complete Khumbu trekking and climbing experience for adventure enthusiasts.

Mera and Island Peak climbing via Amphu Labtsa Pass is a strenuous mountaineering expedition that requires good physical fitness and previous experience of high altitude trekking. The trip is graded Alpine PD, which means that it is a challenging climb that requires the use of ropes and crampons. This 25 days Himalayan expedition includes two incredible peaks over 6000 meters, one technically challenging pass, and seven consecutive nights at elevations over 5100 meters. However, the rewards of summiting these two 6000m peaks make this expedition an exceptional mountaineering experience.

Climbing Mera Peak (6476m / 21,247 ft.)

Mera Peak, at an elevation of 6476 meters above sea level, is an exceptional pick for first-time climbers in the Nepal Himalayas. Climbing Mera Peak allows you to explore the untouched beauty of the Everest region while challenging yourself physically and mentally. The climb is stimulating yet achievable, and the summit views are spectacular, taking in five of the highest mountains (above 8000m) in the world, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Kanchenjunga and other neighboring peaks. The climbing route, in general, is non-technical, but it does involve some altitude gain. Climbers must be physically fit and acclimatized to the high altitude.

Climbing Island Peak (6119m / 20,075 ft.)

At an elevation of 6189 meters above sea level, Island Peak or Imja Tse is a moderately challenging trekking peak in the Khumbu region of Nepal. It is popular for climbers who want to experience the thrill of high-altitude mountaineering without the technical difficulty of more challenging peaks. The summit of Island Peak offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, including Mount Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and many others. The climb to Island Peak is graded as 2B in difficulty, which requires skills and experience. However, it is still within the reach of the average fit person who is properly prepared. Climbing Island Peak is an unforgettable experience to stand on top of a mountain and see the world spread out before you.

Mera and Island Peak Climbing Route Overview

Our Mera and Island Peak Expedition starts with climbing the least technical but highest, Mera Peak first, followed by the rather tricky Amphu Labsta Pass and then a moderately difficult Island Peak, with its exposed summit. Our Mera and Island Peak Climbing expedition begins with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. The flight is short but spectacular as we fly over the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas. After landing in Lukla, we descend to Paiya, where we spend our first night. This route avoids the steep climb to Zatrwa La Pass by making a loop to the south through a beautiful untraveled part of the country and joins the Kothe, allowing time for gradual acclimatization. We follow the Inkhu River up to the Mera Peak Base Camp, nestled at the foot of Mara’s north face. The route to the High Camp goes via Mera La. Only the last 30 or 40 meters to the summit require fixed ropes. From the summit, you get magnificent views of the world's highest mountains, including Mount Everest (8,848 meters), Mount Lhotse (8,516 meters), Mount Cho Oyu (8,201 meters), Mount Makalu (8,463 meters), and Mount Kanchenjunga (8,586 meters).

After descending from the summit of Mera Peak, the trail turns east at the Mera La and continues descending into the Upper Hongu Valley. The valley is dominated by the rock face of Chamlang to the east and the snow-capped peaks of Lhotse and Everest to the north. After following the valley for several hours, we reach the sacred Panch Pokhari Lakes (Five Divine Lakes). This is where we begin our ascent of the Amphu Labsta pass, one of the most challenging objectives of the expedition. The pass is located at an altitude of 5780 meters and is a succession of ice steps leading up to a rocky crest. A fixed line is required for the ascent. From the top of the pass, we abseil down 35 meters to reach fixed ropes for the next 300 meters of steep switchback descent on snow and rock.

After crossing the pass, we re-enter the Khumbu Valley, which feels more crowded after many days in the wilderness. We will set up base camp in the Imja Valley and prepare to summit Island Peak (6189 meters), which lies close to the imposing south face of Lhotse. We will hike towards Island Peak via the standard route, directly underneath the southwest face of Lhotse (the fourth-highest mountain in the world). Although lower in altitude than Mera Peak, Island Peak is slightly more challenging. The ascent begins with an easy scramble up to a rock ridge, followed by a glacier climb using fixed lines. The final section involves ascending a 45-degree snow slope to the exposed summit ridge. The view from Island Peak summit offers surreal panoramic views of Mount Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, Ama Dablam, and other neighboring snow giants. After following the Chhukung Valley, we join the Everest Base Camp trail at Dingboche, a Sherpa village that we pass through on our way back to Lukla.

Returning to Lukla

After summiting Mera Peak and Island Peak, we descend back to Tengboche, Namche, and Lukla. The descent helps our bodies adjust gradually to the thicker air at lower altitudes, reducing the risk of altitude-related problems. Once we reach Lukla, our trip officially ends. We can celebrate our successful summit that evening in Lukla. The Mera and Island Peak Climbing via Amphu Labtsa Pass is an epic journey that will test your physical and mental limits. You will explore the pristine beauty of the Everest region and summit two of Nepal's most popular trekking peaks.


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We are pleased to announce that Mr. Guillaume Vannier will be doing the Mera and Island Peak Climbing starting on April 05, 2024.

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Returning to Lukla by Helicopter

A helicopter ride back to Lukla after your Mera and Island Peak climb is a great way to end your adventure. The scenic flight offers stunning views of the mountains and can save you a lot of time. Helicopter shuttle services are available from all significant Sherpa settlements, such as  Chhukung, Dingboche, etc.

Best Time for Mera and Island Peak Climbing

The Himalayan region experiences distinct seasons with unique weather patterns, visibility, and challenges. It is important to be aware of the seasons before climbing the Two Peaks in the Everest region. The best time for the Mera and Island Peak Expedition is Autumn (September to November) and Spring (March to May). The weather is generally pleasant and stable during this time, with clear skies and low rainfall. This makes for ideal trekking conditions, as the trails are less muddy and slippery, and the views are clearer.


Trekking Peaks

Best Time to Climb

Mera Peak (6476m)

September to November (Autumn) & March to May (Spring)

Island Peak (6189m)

September to November (Autumn) & March to May (Spring)


Permits for Mera and Island Peak Climbing

For undertaking Mera and Island Peak Climbing, climbers are required to obtain the following permits:

  • NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) Permit
  • Makalu Barun National Park Entry Permit
  • Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit
  • Local Area Permit (Khumbu Rural Municipality Entrance permit)

Note: All these permits are included in the package cost.

Is Mera and Island Peak Climbing the right choice for you?

As the name implies, Mera and Island Peak climbing includes an ascent of two peaks over 6,000 meters and a traverse of Amphu Labtsa Pass at 5,700 meters. Having previous experience of high altitude treks is beneficial but not mandatory. You will need strong physical stamina as the trip is long and takes place in remote areas. The climb involves using peak climbing equipment, such as a flexible harness, crampons, mountaineering boots, and an ascender. Basic mountaineering skills are essential, but we will provide a climbing course at base camp before the summit attempt.

We also offer Three Peaks Climbing in Everest Region, which includes Mera Peak (6476m), Island Peak (6189m), and Lobuche Peak (6119m), respectively. This is a more challenging climb, but it is also a more rewarding experience. Trip Cost (all inclusive): US$ 4500 per person

Preparation / Training for Mera and Island Peak Climbing

Climbing Mera Peak and Island Peak in a single trip in the Everest region is a thrilling and inspiring challenge. The peaks, Mera Peak and Island Peak, are all over 6,000 meters high and require a high level of physical and mental preparation to maximize the chances of successful summit.

Physical Preparation

The most crucial physical preparation for climbing the Mera and Island Peak Climbing is building cardiovascular fitness and strength. It would be best to focus on exercises that will help you develop balance, coordination, and agility. It is also important to acclimatize to high altitudes before you attempt to climb the peaks. This can be done by hiking in the mountains at lower altitudes.

Mental Preparation

Mental preparation is as necessary as physical preparation for climbing the Three Peaks. You need to be mentally strong and determined to succeed. You should also be prepared for the challenges of high-altitude climbing, such as altitude sickness and fatigue.

Achieving a Successful Ascent

You can achieve a successful ascent of these two challenging peaks with appropriate physical and mental preparation. However, it is important to remember that climbing these peaks is dangerous. It is essential to climb with a qualified guide and to follow all safety procedures.

Book Your Spot Today

Please get in touch with us today to book your spot on our Mera and Island Peak Climbing. We would be happy to answer any questions and help you plan your trip.

Experience an Adventure of a Lifetime

Climbing Mera and Island in the Everest Region is an adventure of a lifetime. It is a challenging but rewarding experience that will test your physical and mental limits. You will also have the opportunity to experience the beauty and wonder of the Himalayas.

Bookings Open for 2024 and 2025. 

We are happy to announce that bookings for our 2024 and 2025 Treks to the Two splendid Trekking Peaks in the Everest Region are now open.

Guaranteed Departures

We offer guaranteed departures for our Mera and Island Peak Climbing. This means that your trip will depart regardless of the number of participants. Upon your request, we can customize our Mera and Island Peak Climbing Trip to fit your interests and needs. We can adjust the itinerary, the level of difficulty, and the number of days to suit your preferences. For details, get in touch.

Highlights of Mera and Island Peak Climbing

  • climb two of the finest Trekking Peaks in the Khumbu region; Mera Peak and Island Peak
  • crossing Amphu Labtsa Pass is a challenging and beautiful experience
  • trekking in the remote Hinku and Khumbu valley
  • excellent Trekking and Climbing experience in the Himalaya of Nepal.
  • enhance and test your mountaineering skills with this challenging experience
  • well set up support and logistics at camps during the camping period
  • trek and climb with our certified and experienced Sherpa Climbing Guide
  • Climbing Guides and Climbers Ratio:
    1 Sherpa Climbing Guide: 1-2 Climbers 
    2 Sherpa Climbing Guides: 3-5 Climbers 
    3 Sherpa Climbing Guides: 6-8 Climbers


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Trip Map

Mera and Island Peak Climbing map

What's Included

  • Transfer from Airport – Hotel – Airport: Car, Van, Hi-ace or Coaster in a private vehicle
  • Authentic Nepali welcome dinner with Live Nepalese Cultural Program
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu: Standard Hotel Four nights on Twin share Bed and Breakfast Basis
  • Accommodation during Tea House/ Lodge: 12 nights (twin-share rooms, beds with comfortable foam mattresses and pillows)
  • All standard meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) at Tea Houses during the trekking period
  • Accommodation during the Climbing Period: 8 nights at well Tented Camps with necessary staff
  • All Camping Equipment: sleeping tents/mattresses, kitchen tent, kitchen equipment
  • All standard meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) with Boiled Water, Tea / Coffee at Camps during the climbing period
  • Climbing Guides and Climbers Ratio:
  • 1 Sherpa Climbing Guide: 1-2 Climbers 
  • 2 Sherpa Climbing Guides : 3-5 Climbers 
  • 3 Sherpa Climbing Guides: 6-8 Climbers
  • Porters: 1 Trekker: 1 Porter
  • Personal insurance for Nepalese staff
  • Annapurna Foothills Duffle Bag for Trekking
  • Annapurna Foothills Souvenir
  • First aid medicine kit
  • Mera Peak and Island Peak Climbing Permit
  • Barun and Sagarmatha National Park Fees, TIMS permits & all required permits or Official Documentation
  • Round-Trip airfare between Kathmandu and Lukla (Airport Tax Included)
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu Excess baggage fees
  • All government and local taxes
  • Mera Peak and Island Peak climbing certificates issued from the respective body of the Nepal Government
  • Climbing rope, Ice screws, Snow bar
  • Energy Supplies Snickers, Mars, Bounty etc
  • Supplementary Oxygen Cylinder with mask regulator or Gamow Bag (A life-saving device in case of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness)
  • Thuraya Satellite phone for logistical, safety and personal emergency use only
  • Pulse Oximeter (Oxygen Meter) to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate to monitor your health condition throughout your trip
  • Assistance in arranging Helicopter rescue operations (24/7) in case of complicated health conditions or any other emergencies (should be covered by your Travel Insurance)


    What’s Excluded

    • Your Personal Travel Insurance.
    • Nepal Entry Visa Fee.
    • Lunch & Dinner in cities - allow $ 10 to $14 per meal in Tourist restaurants.
    • Beverages (drinks, mineral water, boiled water and beer).
    • Tips for guide, porters and driver (customary).
    • Any personal expenses not mentioned in the above services.
    • Additional night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early return from Trek (due to any reason) than the planned itinerary.
    • Personal Climbing Gears: Mountaineering Boots, Crampons, Harness, Ice Axe, 2 x Tape slings, 2 x Screwgate Karabiners, Descender / Abseil,  Device (Jumar), Prussic Loops, Helmet

    Departure Dates

    Start Date26 Apr, 2024End Date20 May, 2024AvailableUS$ 3800

    Departure Note:

    Guaranteed - We already have trekkers booked for those dates and you can join the group.

    Available - The date is available to book and once you confirm your trip it will be guaranteed.

    Limited - The departure date is filling fast and only limited seats are available to join.

    Closed - The Trip cannot be booked on that specific date. Contact us for customized dates.

    The departure dates are your arrival dates in Nepal.

    We have set dates for departure to the Mera and Island Peaks. So, pick your preferable date and let the adventure begin.

    If the date you prefer to do this trip is not listed on our departure dates then you can contact us directly to book the trip on your own desired date.

    We have listed the price up to 06 trekkers at maximum. If you are more than 06 trekkers, then please feel free to contact us for amazing discounted group price and further booking process.

    Private Trips to Mera and Island Peaks is also possible. Contact us to design your own private trips with you loved ones.

    Solo Trips: Single trekkers are always welcome to join the climb. On your arrival at Kathmandu, you’ll have a single room in Kathmandu Hotel as per your requirement and have to share a room at the local teahouses during the trekking.

    Useful Info

    Mera and Island Peak Difficulty Level

    Mera Peak (6476m)

    Climbing Mera Peak is relatively easy, but it does require good physical fitness and endurance due to the high altitude and the demanding nature of high-altitude trekking. Mera Peak is a straightforward climb involving glacier trekking; only basic mountaineering skills are required. We recommend that our guests have previous trekking experience at high altitudes and be comfortable with multi-day trekking and camping.

    Island Peak (6189m)

    Island Peak is a technically challenging climb despite its lower altitude than Mera Peak. The route to the summit requires climbers to cross crevasses on ladders, use fixed ropes, and climb a steep and exposed section known as the Ice Head Wall. This makes the climb more physically and technically demanding than Mera Peak. Climbers must be in excellent physical condition, well-acclimatized, and adequately equipped to summit Island Peak. It is important to have the proper training and experience to safely climb Island Peak.

    Tipping your Guides and Porters

    Tipping is a common way to show appreciation for the hard work and dedication of guides and porters in Nepal's trekking and climbing industry. It is not mandatory, but it is customary and greatly appreciated. Tips are typically given at the end of the trek when you say goodbye to your guides and porters. For more information about Tipping, please review our Tips for Tipping Page.

    Travel Insurance for Mera and Island Peak Climbing

    Travel insurance is a must for adventure activities like climbing Mera and Island Peak in Everest Region. Your travel insurance should cover emergency evacuation, injury, lost baggage, liability, and medical treatment. Helicopter rescue is often the only way to evacuate people from the mountains in case of accidents or high-altitude sickness. It is crucial to have travel insurance that covers the cost of helicopter rescue, as well as ground evacuation and rescue. Annapurna Foothills Treks and Expeditions Pvt. Ltd. can organize the appropriate medical response based on your policy.

    Here are some of the things that your travel insurance should cover for adventure activities:

    • Emergency medical evacuation
    • Medical treatment
    • Rescue Operation
    • Lost baggage
    • Liability
    • Accidental death and dismemberment
    • Cancellation or interruption of your trip

    When choosing a travel insurance policy, it is important to read the fine print carefully to ensure that it covers all the activities you plan to do. You should also check the policy's maximum payout limits and exclusions. To learn more about travel insurance for adventure activities, please click here.

    Food and Accommodation during Mera and Island Peak Climbing

    Mera Peak and Island Peak climbing via Amphu Labtsa is an adventurous journey that takes you through the stunning Himalayas of Nepal. You will stay in Tea Houses and lodges along the trail. These tea houses and lodges provide basic but comfortable accommodations and meals. The rooms typically have twin beds, a clean sheet, a pillow, a mattress, and a warm blanket. The toilets along the trail are generally of squat style and located outside. It would be best to pack your own toiletries as they are unavailable in the tea houses. Hot water, Wi-Fi, and electronic charging are also available at some tea houses, but these services may come at an additional cost.

    The teahouses serve the typical Nepalese dish “Dal Bhat”, which includes rice, dal (lentils), spinach, pickles, meat, etc. It gets served twice a day for lunch and dinner. Besides that, you will also get Chinese and other international cuisines, including momo, Chowmein, noodles, pasta, porridge, sandwich, burger, and others. Tea, coffee, lemon tea, garlic soup, mint tea, rhododendron tea, and other hot beverages are also available. You can also carry protein bars, chocolate bars, granola bars, dry fruits, and others to munch during the trek. However, trekkers should avoid alcohol and other alcoholic beverages to protect themselves from acute mountain sickness.

    Mera and Island Peak Climbing Supporting Team

    From the moment you inquire about a trip, you will have direct access to our experienced and professional guides and climbers. They are available to answer your questions and provide advice if needed. You will meet Dawa, our operational manager, when you arrive in Nepal. He will organize all of your staff, equipment, permits, and hotel arrangements.

    You will travel with our team of experienced and qualified Guides, professional Climbers and porters. Our guides are not only experienced in leading trekking groups but they are also experienced in high-altitude expeditions. They are committed to your safety and well-being and will do everything possible to make your trip successful. Our porters are also an integral part of our team. They are responsible for carrying your luggage and equipment and play a vital role in ensuring your trip runs smoothly. We take their health and welfare very seriously, and our Sherpa leaders constantly monitor them. We provide insurance cover for all of our Sherpa guides and local staff in the event of an accident or need for repatriation. This means you can be confident that your team is well-protected in an emergency.

    Mera and Island Peak Climbing Complete Gears & Equipment Checklist

    Climbing a mountain in the Nepal Himalayas is a truly unforgettable experience. Whether you are climbing a 6,000-meter trekking peak, a 7,000-meter expedition, or one of the highest mountains in the world (above 8,000 meters, including Mount Everest), the preparations, clothing, gear, and equipment you take are essential for your safety and success. The choice of gear, equipment, and clothing depends on your goals and the specific climb you are undertaking, but the purpose of these items is similar for all big mountains. Here is a complete gear and equipment checklist  for climbing the Mera and Island Peaks in the Khumbu Himalayas.


    1. Is it safe to take showers during the Mera and Island Peak climbing?

    Taking showers during the Mera and Island Peak climbing is generally safe. Still, the higher you climb, the less pleasant it will be. It is best to be on the safe side and avoid taking showers regularly when you are above 3,600m.

    The summit day is the primary day for both of your climbs. It will be a tough, challenging, and extended day but also very rewarding. We will start the climb early in the morning, which will take around 10-14 hours, depending on the climber.

    Mera Peak is a straightforward climb involving glacier trekking; only a basic level of mountaineering skills is required.

    Island Peak is a good ice and rock climbing experience at an altitude that requires knowledge of equipment such as mountaineering boots, crampons, abseiling, glacier trekking, crossing ladders, ice axe, and climbing fixed ropes.

    The best time to do Mera and Island Peak climbing is in the autumn (September to November) or spring (March to May).

    During the Mera and Island Peak climb, you will spend eight nights in tents.


    We mainly focus on small groups. We take up to 8 trekkers in a group to provide personal care to each member. Suppose you have a group of more than eight climbers. In that case, you can contact us directly for fantastic group discounts and customized services.

    Yes, a climbing permit is required for Mera and Island Peak climb. The climbing permit is included in the package cost, and we will arrange the climbing permit accordingly.

    Travel insurance is essential for any trip to Nepal but for Mera and Island Peak climbing. The high altitude and remote location of these peaks make it difficult to get medical care in an emergency. Travel insurance can help cover the cost of helicopter evacuation, medical treatment, and other expenses in an accident.

    You do not have to join a group to climb Mera and Island Peak. However, it is strongly recommended that you do so. Climbing with a group can provide you with support and companionship and make it easier to find a guide and porter.

    Yes, you can hire trekking and climbing guide and porter services from us. We can offer customizable services of Guides, Porters, Domestic Flights, and Documentation.

    The food on the Mera and Island Peak climbing trekking trail is typically a diet rich in carbohydrates. Our bodies do not process fat and protein efficiently at higher elevations. Meals usually include rice, noodles, pasta, potato dishes, and vegetable and egg dishes. Above Base Camp, climbing food mainly consists of dried meals such as pasta or rice.

    There are a few ways to communicate in an emergency during Mera and Island Peak climbing. You can use the internet at the tea houses, purchase a Nepalese SIM card, or use your guide's satellite phone.

    Mera Peak is located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas to the east of the central Everest massif. Island Peak is located just over the ridge from Mount Everest and Lhotse.

    The cost of your daily expenses on the Mera and Island Peak trekking trail will vary depending on your spending habits. However, you can expect to spend around USD 20-30 daily on beverages, cold and hot drinks, charging electronic devices, Wi-Fi, and hot showers at the tea houses.

    The maximum luggage limit for porters is 25kg. The maximum luggage limit for flights to Lukla is 10kg. You can take extra baggage with additional costs.

    If our domestic flights to or from Lukla get cancelled because of bad weather, we will have two primary options:

    Reschedule your flight for the next day. Additional expenses such as accommodation and food will need to be paid by guests.

    Take a helicopter flight. This option is more expensive than regular flights and will depend on availability, number of members, and baggage weight.

    We value and operate eco-friendly trips and are highly committed to Leave No Trace. Our guides and staff are well aware of their responsibility towards the environment. Burnable garbage is sorted and burnt, and those it can recycle are returned to Lukla and handed over to Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee (SPCC).

    Nepal is a great place to climb a 6000m peak because it has a variety of mountains to choose from, as well as experienced guides and porters. The country is also home to a rich culture and history, which can add to the overall experience.

    Annapurna Foothills is a reputable trekking and mountaineering company with a good reputation for safety and customer service. They also have experienced guides and porters who can help you safely reach the Mera and Island Peak summits.

    Suppose you need to leave the expedition early due to illness or injury. In that case, Annapurna Foothills will arrange for you to be evacuated to Kathmandu for medical attention. If you can walk down, one of the assistant guides will guide you to a lower elevation where you can wait for the rest of the team or fly out to Kathmandu ahead of the group.

    To book your Mera and Island Peak climb with Annapurna Foothills, please visit their website and complete the online booking form. You can also contact them by phone or email.

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