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An expedition to Ama Dablam is technically demanding and has it all ice, rock, scrambling, killer views, great approach and the great base camp in a meadow with a stream. The expedition offers a superb, technical climbing experience in the heart of Khumbu region just above Thayanboche monastery on the way to Everest Base Camp. From the summit, out of six highest peaks in the world are clearly visible of five highest peaks Mt Lhotse, Mt. Lhotse Shar, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho – Oyu, and Mt. Everest, and also close view of Nuptse, Baruntse and Pumari. Since its ascent in 1961 by an Anglo American / New Zealand team, it has been frequently climbed and by many different routes. 

Our ascent will be made via the conventional SW ridge route, which involves pure rock climbing. The last section to the summit involves ice climbing followed by a long steep snow slope. Due to the technical nature of the route, that requires 3500 meters of fixed rope and three camps above the base camp. Normally the climb is completed in less than four weeks. However, we do build in an extra few days in case of unexpected bad weather.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu (1520m) - Check-in to your Hotel.

Day 02-03: In Kathmandu

Day 04: Fly to Lukla (2842mm). Trek to Phakding (2610m)

Day 05: Trek to Namche (3444m)

Day 06: In Namche

Day 07: Trek to Pangcoche (3989m)

Day 08: In Pangboche 

Day 09-12: Trek to Base Camp (4600m)

Day 13: Base Camp – Advance Base Camp (5400m) – Base Camp 

Day 14: Advance Base Camp (5400m)

Day 15: Advance Base Camp – Camp 1 (5800m) – Advance Base Camp 

Day 16: Advance Base Camp to Camp 1 (5800m)

Day 17: Camp 1 – Camp 2 (6000m) – Camp 1 

Day 18: Camp 2 (6000m)

Day 19: Return to Base Camp 

Day 20: Camp 2 

Day 21: Camp 3 (6300m)

Day 22:Summit Ammadablam (6856m) & back to Camp 3 

Day 23: Camp 1 

Day 24: Base Camp 

Day 25: Pangboche 

Day 26: Namche 

Day 27: Lukla 

Day 28: Fly to Kathmandu 

Day 29: In Kathmandu

Dau 30: Depart Kathmandu