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AMADABLAM CLIMBING EXPEDITION(6,812 m)

Amadablam PeakAmadablam lies in the Khumbu, the Everest region and is one of the easiest peaks to recognize. Ama means mother and Dablang (the actual word) is a locket worn around the neck. British/New Zealand joint Himalayan Scientific Expedition first successfully climbed it. A leading American mountaineer named Barry Chapman Bishop, who was a member of the team, climbed it in the winter of 1961. Sir Edmund Hillary led the expedition. The team only had permission to climb Mt. Makalu the following month but with time on their hands, they climbed Amadablam.

Amadablam is shaped like a gigantic tooth and together with its neighboring peak forms a unique sight not easily forgotten. It serves as the northern boundary of the Mingbo valley. The mountain is approached through this valley and the base camp is located at 15,000ft. It is possible to ski down the Hongu valley, over the southern col, and down to Mingbo. There are pastures and moraines here and the peaks of Kangtenga and Melungtse can be seen.

The summit is a broad plateau split by a crevasse. Everest dominates the entire landscape as from this height Lhotse and Nuptse do not intrude your view. Mt. Makalu is also visible from the summit.

Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu
Day 02-04 : KTM for official formalities
Day 05: Fly KTM to Lukla-Phakding
Day 06: Namche Bazar
Day 07: Rest at Namche Bazar
Day 08: Tengboche
Day 09: Base Camp
Day 10-26: Climbing ascent of Ama Dablam, using three camps.
Day 27: Tengboche
Day 28: Namche Bazar
Day 29: Lukla
Day 30: Fly Lukla - Kathmandu
Day 31: Kathmandu
Day 32: Departure from Kathmandu

 
  Programme Itinerary
APPROX. DAYS
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AMADABLAM CLIMBING EXPEDITION(6,812 m)
32
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Kanchenjunga Expedition (8,598m)
65
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Mt. Makalu Expedition (8463 m.)
69
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Baruntse Expedition (7,129m)
36
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SHISHAPANGMA EXPEDITION (8212 m.)
46
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MT. CHO-OYU EXPEDITION (8201 m.)
48
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MT. EVEREST Normal Route (South Col) - Nepal (8848 m.)
62
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EVEREST EXPEDITION - Tibet side (8848 m.)
50