Kongma Tse (Mehra Peak) 5849m Peak Climbing

Kongma Tse (Mehra Peak) 5849m Peak Climbing

kongma tse peakKongma Tse peak is located to the north of the Kongma-la above the Khumbu Glacier, opposite to the Lobuche Peak. It is also called Mehra Peak too. It is one of trekking peak of Nepal that makes up the long south-west ridge of Nuptse carved out between the Khumbu and Nuptse Glaciers. From this peak, it offers the massive views of outh face of Nuptse, Pumori to the north and the Lho La from the summit. The expedition routes are usual to the mountain follows the Everest base camp route until leaving that trail to gain the Imja Valley and the east side of the Kongma La. The primary routes of ascent are from the south and cross several moraines between 2 well marked lakes below the snout of the glacier. Gain the glacier on its western side and find the easiest lines up its true right bank below the South Ridge of the mountain or along its true left bank below the Southeast Ridge. At the head of the glacier climb broken rocks and snow to gain the south ridge and follow this to the summit. The summit has a diamond shaped hanging glacier above a steeply inclined rock wall that makes up the mountain’s North face, which is in turn slashed by a diagonal ice ramp leading to the tower lower edge of the glacier from Gorakshep.

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Name of Peak Climbing : 

Kongma Tse or Mehra Peak Climbing


5,896m (19,341ft )




Khumbu Himal


28° 16' 43"85° 11' 02″E

Easiest Route: 

Snow/Rock Climb

Season : 

Spring & Autumn

Transportation : 

Domestic Fly

Duration : 

19 Days

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Walking hours per day: 

5 to 7 hours

Group Size: 

1 - 12 Persons