Nepal Adventure Trip

Amadablam Expidition

Amadablam ExpiditionAmadablam Mountain is the one of the beautiful mountains and its name is kept by Sherpa’s people which means Mother and her Necklace, Mother's Charm Box, Mother's Jewel Box.

"Ama" means mother, grandmother or even world. "Dablam" means charm box, and is a special pendant worn by elder Sherpa women that holds precious items. The mountain has a hanging glacier that resembles a dablam and the two extending ridges are outstreched like a maternal embrace."

Amadablam is one of the most beautiful mountains in the world, is popular for the most beautiful alpine rock climb of its kind and it is considered one of the Himalayas most spectacular ascents. The Amadablam expedition is one of the most technically difficult expeditions. The climbers need to have good skills on rock and ice climbing and technically competent. On most parts of the routes there fixed rope, however, the climbers should posses’ skills to climb through steep rock and hard water ice. Although the height is only 6812m it requires steep ice, rock and snow climbing. This mountain is considered to the technical & difficult for climbing. The mountaineers have to cross-difficult ice rocks and steep snow climbing on their route The ascent on Amadablam not only offers the panoramic view of four of the world's highest peaks: Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Everest and Makalu but also justifies the highs level of climbing artistry.

Mountaineers usually have to pitch three high camps while climbing Ama Dablam (6812m.) The climbing route from Camp 2 is mostly with the steep mixed alleyways of rock, ice and snow. The route leads to the slope following snow ground and then passes through steep snow and ice tunnel then finally along the snow ridge go to From camp 3 to the summit is steep climb on snow and ice to the right of a huge hanging glacier. From the base camp, we move up through old grassy moraine ridges passing through a saddle and then turning to north climbing up rocky ground and through boulders to the ridge where camp I, is set up at an altitude of 19,070 feet. From camp I, we cross a rocky bowl and climb the ridge frequently alternating the sides along the fixed lines to the camp II. Climbing the ridge involves severe rock climbing which leads to the top of a yellow tower. The climbing route here from camp II changes significantly with the steep mixed gullies of rock, ice and snow. The route leads to the ramp, climbs to an amphitheatre, and then passes through steep snow and ice runnel and finally, along the snow ridge to reach camp III at 20,750 feet. The summit from camp III requires steep climb on snow and ice to the right of a huge hanging glacier. The final pitches of the route are on the perfect 50-degree snow and ice face above Camp III.

Trip Details Itinerary

Day 01 : Arrive Kathmandu, transfer to airport

Day 02/03 : In Kathmandu- free day, sort out permit & equipment

Day 04 : Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding ( 2600mt.)

Day 05 : Phakding trek to Namche (3440mt.)

Day 06 : Namche Acclimatization Day

Day 07 : Namche Bazar trek to Tengboche (3860mt.)

Day 08 : Tengboche trek to Pangboche(3490mt)

Day 09 : Pangboche trek to Amadablam base camp

Day 10-24 : Climbing period Days.(6814mt.)

Day 25 : Amadablam base camp to Tengboche

Day 26 : Tengboche trek to Namche

Day 27 : Namche trek to Lukla

Day 28 : Fly to Kathmandu

Day 43 : In Kathmandu, free day

Day 44 : Transfer to airport, depart Kathmandu