Larke Peak Climbing is another soft adventure climbing in Nepal. The peak is located in the Manaslu Himalayan region of Nepal. The peak is on the way to Larke la pass. The Lake peak is 6,249 meters and just on the side of the Larke la pass 5115 Meters. The peak is quite technical to climb. Climbers need to trek on the Manaslu trek route. The trek to Manaslu offers the spectacular scenery of the mountains and diversified landscapes, terrains and local people around the Manaslu regions. The killer mountains Manaslu 8,153 Meters is just above the Samagaun Village in the routes of the Manaslu circuit trek.
How we climb the Larke peak?
Your adventure Larke Peak Climbing starts from the Soti Khola. Following the Manaslu trek trails, you will move ahead through the bank of the Budi Gandaki river. You will cross the village-like Maccha Khola, Jagat, Deng, Philim, Namrung, Lho, Samagaun, Samdo to reach the final place of the Larke peak base camp to climb the Larke peak. During the trek, you will do acclimatization at Samagaon and Samdo respectively for better acclimatization. Hiking to the Manaslu base camp and Samdo Ri allows you to have the best view of the Himalayas and you can adopt the mountain’s climate. You will set up the tent at the Larke base camp then move to the High camp the next day. You will climb the Larke peak on the following days then go down to Bhimthang.
Trek through the Budi Gandaki valley, This allows you to enjoy the magnificent views of the Landscapes mountains, local peoples, waterfalls and green jungles.
Cross the local buddhsit villages which have multiple Chortens, Maniwalls and some monasteries.
Spectacular views of the Manaslu range mountains including Mt Manaslu and many others around the trekking trails.
Samagaun and hiking around the Samagaun including the Birendra Lake and Manaslu base camp
Samdo village hike and excursion around the hiking trails to Samdo RI.
Climb the Larke peak and do the Larke pass
At the end of the trek you will join the Annapurna circuit trek routes
Larke peak climbing itinerary
Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
Day 2 : Kathmandu sightseeing for the guest and we arrange the permits and climbing things
Day 3 : Drive from Kathmandu to Soti Khola (800m), 6-7 hours either jeep or bus.
Day 4 : Machha Khola (869m) trek from Soti Khola 5-6 hours.
Day 5 : Trek to Jagat (1340m) from Machha Khola 6-7 hours.
Day 6 : Deng (2300m) trek from Jagat, 6-7 hours.
Day 7 : Namrung (2700m) trekking from Deng, 6-7 hours.
Day 8 : Samagaun (3520m) trek from Deng, 6-7 hours.
Day 9 : Rest day at Samagaun – trek to Manaslu Base Camp (4900) if you like.
Day 10 : Samdo (3875m) trek from Samagaun, 3-4 hours.
Day 11 : Acclimatization day at Samdo village.
Day 12 : Samdo to Dharamsala (4460m), 4-5 hours.
Day 13 : Dharamsala to Larke Peak Base Camp (5135m), 5-6 hours.
Day 14 : Climbing preparation and Climbing.
Day 15: Climbing preparation and Climbing.
Day 16 : Extra day in case of bad weather
Day 17 : Bimthang (3800m) trek from larke peak base camp 6-7 hours.
Day 18 : Dharapani (1963m) trekking from Bhimthang,7-8 hours.
Day 19 : Trek down to Syange (1100m) from Dharapani 7-8 hours.
Day 20 : Drive to Besisahar from Syange then to Kathmandu.
Day 21 : Departure
Mera peak climbing cost includes
Pick up from airport at the begining of trip and drop after finishing the trek
2 night’s twin sharing accomodations on tourist standard hotel accommodation in Kathmandu
Meals on full board during the trek and climbing days( Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
tea house basis trekking accommodation while on trekking days
Climbing Guides and the porter for the trekking, 1 porter for 2 guest basis.
Mera peak climbing Permits for the mera peak climbers from Nepal Mountaineering Associations.
alpine aranagements for 1 Nights on Mera High Camp.
Climbing equipments such as a tent, sleeping bags, rope and other climbing gears
Climbing bonus for sherpa climbing guide, insurance of guide, salary of the Climbing guides
First Aid Box for the climbers
Trekking permits for the trekking Periods
Food and accommodation and salary of Nepali trekking staffs
Any meal in Kathmandu
Personal Climbing Equipments for the climbers
Any kinds of battery charges, wifi charge, laundry service, phone calls and hot shower during the trekking.
Personal trekking equipment and Clothing.
Personal nature expenses, any drinks and bar bills.(tea, coffe, water, beer, alcohol, wine)
Your travel insurance (it is mandatory in case of emergency).
Any donation and monuments entrance fees.
Tips for the crew (Note : TIPS is not compulsory but highly expected)
Any other things which are not mentioned above
Mera peak climbing FAQ
Below we have given some frequently asked questions of Mera peak climbing, This faq might be helpful to answer your some question, If you still have question regarding Mera peak climbing let’s us know by email
Which is the best time to do Mera peak climbing?
Spring and autumn are the best time to climb the Mera peak. Mera peak climbing is quite difficult as well as it can only climb when there is good weather. Usually, in these two seasons the weather is very nice. Perfect sunshine and very strong visibility. Mountains along the far distance can be seen from the top of Mera peak.
How many days is it required to do mera peak climbing?
Basically, it is a 17-18 days trek plus climbing. It is a day climbing to Mera peak from the Mera high camp. The trek begins from Lukla and ends at Lukla.
What kind of accommodation is available on Mera Peak climbing?
In mera peak climbing routes there are basic tea houses along the trekking trails. It is not popular like the Everest base camp or Annapurna trek but still there is a tea house trek. Only after Khare for a day, you have to do camping.
How technical is mera peak climbing?
Mera peak climbing is not that hard but it is quite tough at the end of climb near submit. Depending upon situations there you need to use the rope. There is not that technical ice climb but it is a little bit technical. You should have very good climbing boots plus a personal harness as well.
What is the drinking water on Mera Peak Climbing?
Yes, There is an availability of Mineral water on the trekking trail, every tea house. It is always not good to drink mineral water, first it is quite costly to the traveler, secondly it is damaging the Ecosystem, the water company using a lot of plastic bottles. In a mountain mineral water bottle are a real threat to the environment. We can use the water purifier or water purification tablet and become a responsible traveler
Are there regular flights to Lukla?
There is a regular flight to Lukal but the weather matters on the flight. If the weather is not good there is less chance of the flight. This might be the problem for trekkers. If there are no flights then there are options for helicopters as well.
What is the Height of Mera Peak Climbing?
Mera peak is a height of 6476 Meters only.
Per Pax: (2 Person min)
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