Mera and Island Two Peak Climb adventure trip with Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition is a great opportunity for adventure-seeking climbers who want to gain lifetime experience of multiple peaks climbing in Nepal.
Adventure filled journey of two peaks climb; at 6461 meters and at 6189 meters rewards with splendid views of Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Pumori, Lhotse, Makalu, Lhotse Shar, Nuptse, Baruntse, Ama Dablam and many other surrounding high peaks. Apart from the climbing periods, the trekking parts also provide amazement with exploring remote mountain valleys, authentic Sherpa culture, and traditional way of living etcetera.
Mera Peak – 6461mMera Peak is an attractive trekking peak in Mahalangur Himalayan Range of Nepal inside Sagarmatha National Park. The peak was first ascended by Col. Jimmy Roberts and Sen Tenzing on May 20, 1953.
The adventurous summit of Mera Peak climbing rewards by close up the visibility of Mt. Everest 8848 m, Mt. Lhotse 8516 m, Mt. Makalu 8485m, Mt. Cho Oyu 8150 and many other snow-capped peaks. A Mera peak contains three major faces likely to climb; Mera North Face at 6476 at meters, Mera Central Face at 6461 meters and Mera Southern Face at 6065 meters.
Among all of them, Mera Central peak at 6461 meters is popularly climbing. Rest of the faces are highly challenging, difficult to the summit and not popular for climbing purpose. Island Peak – 6189 Island Peak also known as Imja Tse is a very popular trekking peak in Sagarmatha National Park.
An adventure seeker Eric Shipton and his team had seen a land of ice like an ice-ocean viewed from Dingboche then they took the peak’s name as Island Peak in 1951. The peak was later named by another name Imja Tse as well in 1983. However, Island Peak was first ascended by Charles Evan, Alf Gregory, Charles Wylie and Tenzing Norgay in 1953 as a part of a warm-up climb prior to Mt. Everest Expedition.
The summit of Island Peak offers striking views of world’s popular mountain ranges including Mt Everest, Mt Nuptse, Mt Lhotse, Mt Baruntse, Amadablam and many other snow-capped peaks.