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Ama Dablam Expedition

Ama Dablam Expedition is one of the most beautiful mountains in Eastern Nepal’s Himalayan range. The main peak stands at 6812m/22,350 feet, while the lower western peak stands at 6170m/20,243ft. The long ridges on each side resemble the arms of a mother (ama) protecting her child, and the hanging glacier is thought to be the Dablam, the traditional double-pendant containing pictures of the gods worn by Sherpa women. Ama Dablam means “Mother’s Necklace.” Ama Dablam is known as the Matterhorn of the Himalayas because of its soaring ridges and steep faces. We take the original route up the southwest ridge, which is technically difficult in normal conditions due to enough rock, snow, and ice to make it a difficult climb. The best time to go on this adventure is in the late autumn, when the weather is cool but predictable. It’s also possible in the early spring. Climbers benefit from our expert Sherpa climbing team’s exceptional technical support. Climbing to Camp 1 (5700 metres) on the southwest ridge begins from base camp, passing through boulder fields, slabs, cairns, and gullies. We follow the east side of the ridge from Camp I and continue our ascent on narrow crests and traverses until we reach the west side of the ridge. The hardest pitch’s short section leads to Camp II, which is in a very tight space for camping. We continue climbing the ridge to the difficult eastward traverse. To reach our Ama Dablam expedition Camp III, we take this route to the gully between the Grey Tower and other rocky structures. From Camp III, we begin our ascent and summit push, following the southwest ridge to the summit, crossing numerous obvious and deep crevasses. You will be rewarded with breath-taking and panoramic mountain views at the summit.


Trip Facts

22 Days


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  •  Expert and dedicated mountain guides
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