Mera peak and Island peak climb with Amphu Laptsa pass
- Ascend Mera and Island Peak
- Striking scenes from the tops of two of Nepal’s traditional “trekking” peaks
- Passes through Amphu Laptsa Pass
- Wild and High trekking in the isolated Hingku valley
- Trekking over the Namche Bazaar
- Sherpa culture, tradition, and customs
- Explore the Kathmandu Valley
An overwhelmingly exciting journey to the Himalayas, Mera peak and Island peak climb with Amphu Laptsa pass challenges you in every way, physically and mentally. Furthermore, you traverse through steep glacial routes and reach the summit of two gorgeous peaks of Khumbu. Furthermore, these peaks host surreal views of the world’s highest mountains. On other hands, a technical climb across Amphu Lapsta Pass (5,845m) connects the routes of the two peaks.
A start of a trip to Mera peak and Island peak climb with Amphu Laptsa pass…
The trip starts in Kathmandu as you check all the expedition equipment before taking a flight to Lukla. From Lukla, you head on to your destinations. And you take the steady route to Mera Peak summit trekking through the forests of rhododendron and pine. This will lead you to a steep moraine route to reach Mera Base Camp via Thangnak.
A thrilling climb through the glacier to the summit of Mera Peak (6,476m) serves an awe-inspiring view of the Khumbu Himalayas including the giants Everest (8,848m), Lhotse (8,414m), also Cho Oyu (8,188m). Mera peak and Island peak climb with Amphu Laptsa pass trip get even more exciting after the Mera Peak summit. We move on to the wilderness of Makalu Barun National Park and head towards the frozen pass of Amphu Lapsta (5,845m). It offers an unreal view of the white Himalayas.
Crossing the pass after a tough climb through the glacier takes the trip ahead to the next destination, Island Peak (6,189m). The climbing experience to last for a lifetime, reaching the summit of Island Peak (6,189m). This place gives you a breath-taking view of Mt Lhotse (8,414m) including other high Himalayas. The trip comes to an end as we traverse through the old Sherpa villages of Khumbu to reach Lukla. We bid goodbyes to the Himalayas from this junction.
The already fascinating trip will be even more fantastic with the qualified, experienced, and humble team of Himalayan Summit Treks and Expedition that will keep your safety checked while you immerse in the wonders of the trip. You can have a very safe yet enthralling journey with our expert climbing guide and the internationally certified equipment.