This is the highest altitude peak among the belonging Nepal Mountaineering 33 peaks. It is situated between two famous trek regions Makalu region and Everest region. Though it is the highest peak according to altitude, mostly climbing parts are flat and little slope near the summit point. This peak can be easily climbed without mountaineering technique. We fly from Kathmandu to Luka and continue the trek via Chhutanga-crossing Chhetra La pass 4000m- Kothe-Thangnak until Khare 5000m which is known as Mera peak Base Camp. We can get simple tea houses from Lukla to Khare. Then, we have to install tented camp for one night in Mera High Camp 5700m to attack the Mera peak summit 6400m in early next morning with well equipped climbing gears. The climbers will enjoy with the splendid views of Everest Himalayan range, Makalu range, Kanchenjunga range, Choyu, Dudhkunda, Ghaurishankar, Lhotse etc. We can have the finest views of 5 Himalayan peaks more than 8000m and other several peaks from the summit of Mera peak. Then, we descend to Luka in same route and fly back to Kathmandu.