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Ama dablam expedition

Trip Introduction

Price: $ Grade: Climbing & expedition Season: Autumn and Spring Duration: 29 Days Operation: Tea houses / Camping Activities: Climbing Group Size: Min 2 Highest access: Ama Dablam 6812 m Summit Start From: Kathmandu to Lukla Ending at: Lukla to Kathmandu

Though Mt. Ama Dablam (6812 m) features the lowest altitude among the Expedition Mountains in Nepal, Ama Dablam Expedition is possibly one of the most alluring peaks to endeavor for utterly adventurous and gratifying mountain experience. The mountain with chest lumped out dominates the eastern sky of Nepal extending along the Mahalangur Himalayan Range in the most celebrated region of Nepal, Khumbu. Precisely, Ama Dablam towers above the Tyangboche monastery glorifying the Himalayan majesty of Everest region.
The physical appearance of the mountain depicts; long ridges on each side that vividly resembles the arms of mother (Ama in Nepali language) shielding her child and hanging glacier akin to Dablam, a traditional ornament worn by Sherpa ladies. This very attribute is believed to have contributed the name “Ama Dablam”. The official record mirrors that the first ascent to the summit was made on March 13, 1961 by Mike Gill, Barry Bishop, Mike Ward and Wally Romanes through the southwest ridge.
Today, southwest ridge is discovered as the standard and habitual route to approach this endeavor. This route offers luxuriant opportunity to reconnoiter the acute adventure as we ascent up and over the unique cliffs, elevated ridges, icefalls, and steep snow rocks. During the ascent, we camp at four camping sites each at varying altitude.
The ascent between the camps significantly involves traversing along the grassy moraine ridges, snow rocks, steep ice, and sparking glaciers that undoubtedly upshots in extremely thrilling and adventurous journey. Above and beyond, this trip is also notable for immense prospect of unfolding the eye pleasing photographic view of majestic Himalayan peaks such as Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu and others. The spectacular outlook of Khumbu valley will appear dazzlingly placed in front of our eyes. To sum up this venture is an immaculate blend of enthralling as well as flattering high land experience.
The technical and physical ascent at places during this expedition requires one to be potent physically and mentally. The technical constraints of the expedition will be largely trounced with extensive training we offer. Further, all the essentials of expeditions including equipment and paper works will be generously served for your convenience. Please write us in case of any doubts and query. We will be delighted to help out you on the matter.

Ama dablam expedition itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu.
Day 02: Kathmandu tour, preparation for Ama Dablam expedition.
Day 03: Official works and Briefing in Ministry of Tourism.
Day 04: Flight to Lukla then trek to Phakding (2640m).
Day 05: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazar (3446m).
Day 06: Rest at Namche Bazar (3446m) for Acclimatization.
Day 07: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Thyangboche (3867m).
Day 08: Trek from Tengboche to Amadablam Base Camp.
Day 24: Climbing period of Mt. Ama Dablam.
Day 25: Trek to Thyangboche Monastry.
Day 26: Trek from Tengboche to Namche Bazaar.
Day 27: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla.
Day 28: Flight back from Lukla to Kathmandu.
Day 29: Transfer to airport for onward destination.

Best season for Ama dablam Expedition in Nepal are autumn (September, October and November) and spring (March, April and May). Climbing is an adventure activity; reach remote and high mountain regions, sometime health condition of mountaineer, natural disaster and weather condition changed unexpectedly. Your safety and satisfaction is our main concern, note that climbing guide has an authority to cancel any part of Mount Amadablam summit itinerary due to safety, be prepared to be flexible if required. Beside that you would like to discuss about map, elevation, distance, difficulty, best time, gear list and cost for Amadablam expedition email us. We’d love to hear from you!