Ama Dablam Expedition
Welcome to Nepal – the land of the Himalayas. Of the 1310 peaks above 6,000 meters in Nepal, 238 are open to climbing – Two of them are Lobuche and Mt. Amadablum. The trail traverses through the route to Everest Base Camp – where climbers begin their arduous journey to the top of the world.
Watch unparalleled views of Everest, and other high peaks (Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku), tread the magnificent Khumbu Glacier, traverse through Khumbu Region (the land of the Sherpas), be moved by the untouched raw beauty of the Himalayas and sign off conquering a peak and your soul.
The journey to the summit of this peak starts with the class and dramatic flight to Lukla. From here we follow the footsteps of the legends Tenzing Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary to Everest Base Camp. We are now in the land of the famous climbing people, Sherpas and will be passing through pine forest, Sherpa villages, monasteries, gushing rivers fed by the Himalayan glaciers, crossing hanging bridges to arrive at the bustling Sherpa ‘capital’ Namche Bazaar. From here we head towards the famous Thyangboche monastery which has a backdrop of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse and Mt.Amadablum. Mani walls, chortens and fluttering prayer flags with views of magnificent Himalayas. From here we continue our ascend crossing the Imja Khola to arrive at Pheriche and steady ascent further following glacial moraines to Lobuche and then to our lodge at Gorak Shep. From here we hike to the famous and historic site of Everest Base Camp (5360 m) and also climb Kala Pattar (5545 meters) to get some mesmerizing views of the Himalayas. On the return, well acclimatized we will summit the Lobuche East Peak at 6119 meters in altitude. Lobuche East peak climbing offers various existing as well as new and challenging climbing routes to all the amateur climbers and explorers. Later we return back to Pangboche before heading to Amadablum Base Camp for our mail challenge of Mt. Amadblum. We spend 12 days From Base Camp to Camp I, to Camp II to Camp III Base Camp to summit of Mt. Amadablum and back.
Later return back to Lukla on the 33rd day of the trek/climb. Bid farewell to the climbing Sherpas the next day and take the flight back to Kathmandu on the twin otter.
Best Period: Feb to May – Oct to Dec
Trek / Climb Period: 26 Night / 27 Days
In Kathmandu: 05 Nights
Flights: 2 Ways. (Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu)
Trek Type: Strenuous
Highest Altitude: 6812 meters
Warning: Altitude Sickness
Trek Start Point: Lukla
Trek End Point: Lukla
Accommodations: Hotels in Kathmandu / Lodges on trek Tented camps when climbing
Camping while climbing
National Park: Sagarmatha National Park (1148 sq. kms)
Mountains: Everest, Lhotse, Tamserku, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Tawatse, Kantega, Pumo-ri, etc.
Rivers: Bhote Kosi, Dudh Kosi and Imjatse Khola etc.
Villages: Lukla, Namche, Thyangboche, Lobuche, etc
Tribes: Mostly Sherpas & Tibetans
Forest: Of Rhododendron and Pine.
Landscapes: Varying from temperate valleys to snow clad mountains
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