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Ama Dablam with Island Peak

Ama Dablam with Island Peak climbing promises an unforgettable blend of technical climbing and awe-inspiring landscapes. Embark on the ultimate adventure with our “Ama Dablam with Island Peak” expedition, exploring the captivating beauty of Eastern Nepal’s Himalayan range. Ama Dablam, often referred to as the Matterhorn of the Himalayas, stands at 6812m/22,350 feet. Its distinct ridges, resembling a mother’s protective embrace, lead to the lower western peak at 6170m/20,243ft, known as the Dablam. This hanging glacier is akin to a mother’s necklace, giving Ama Dablam its name. Our journey follows the challenging southwest ridge, featuring technical climbs with rock, snow, and ice. The original route showcases soaring ridges and steep faces, offering a thrilling ascent. The best times for this adventure are late autumn and early spring, providing cool and predictable weather. Our expert Sherpa climbing team ensures exceptional technical support. Starting from base camp, we climb to Camp 1 (5700 metres) through diverse terrains. The route includes boulder fields, slabs, cairns, and gullies. From Camp I, we traverse the east side of the ridge, facing narrow crests and challenging pitches leading to the compact Camp II. The ascent continues with an eastward traverse and reaches Camp III, strategically located between the Grey Tower and rocky structures. The final push to the summit follows the southwest ridge, navigating crevasses and revealing breathtaking panoramic views.


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