Kongma Tse Peak (56849m.) which is also known as Mera peak is situated in the Everest region north of Kongma-la above the Khumbu Glacier. It is opposite of Lobuche that make up the long South-West Ridge of Nuptse between Nuptse glacier and Khumbu glacier. This peak was opened and issued permit for climbing in 2002. It is a rarely climbed peak of the Everest region. From the summit one can enjoy the excellent view of the mountains like Mt. Everest (8850), Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, Baruntse, Ama Dablam, Pumori etc. it is more approachable from the south of the mountain. From the lakes east of the Kongma La, we can see the steeped glacier flowing down between long south and south east ridges. The border of the glacier is the normal route to ascend the peak. It is not very technically difficult to climb the peak and does not require the previous experience.
The journey of Kongma se peak climbing begins with the scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. The journey from Lukla to the base camp of the Kongma La peak is an exciting experience to the climbers. The trekking provides the combination of natural cultural experience to the climbers. The beautiful landscapes, views of waterfalls, cascading down of the rivers and its valleys, beautiful forest with blooming rhododendron flower, various Sherpa settlements on the way provides the overwhelming experience to the climbers. En route you traverse through beautiful monasteries, Sherpa villages, Sagarmatha national park etc. in the world heritage Sagarmatha national park you can explore various types of flora and fauna and encounter wild animals and birds.