Mera Peak, one of Nepal's 18 summits, is becoming more and more well-liked among trekkers due to its stunning surroundings. The journey begins in Lukla and travels via the Sherpa settlement of Inkhu Valley, which develops and offers stunning scenery, a memorable experience, and a variety of species, including the fabled Yeti. More than 700 foreign climbers ascend the mountain annually, and the number of ascents is anticipated. About 700 tourists from abroad ascend the 6654m. The mountaineers require the necessary expertise and an expedition permit from the Nepal Mountaineering Association in order to succeed.
The highest peak in Nepal that is accessible for trekking is Mera Peak (6,654 m). It dominates the watershed between the densely forested valleys of the Hinku and Everest to the south of it.