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Ama Dablam

Technical climbing on the world’s most beautiful peak

Ama Dablam is one of the most spec­tac­u­lar moun­tains in the world and a true alpinist’s dream. This unfor­get­table climb in the Khum­bu region of Nepal involves a cul­tur­al trek into base camp, tech­ni­cal rock, snow and ice climb­ing and stun­ning panoram­ic sum­mit views of Ever­est, Lhotse, and Makalu. We climb Lobuche Peak to accli­ma­tize before going to Ama Dablam. We place two to three camps along the beau­ti­ful South­west Ridge where we have dra­mat­ic and exposed views of the Himalayas. 

Price

  • Ama Dablam

    $14,000 – 32 Days / Includes trav­el time

  • Sin­gle Sup­ple­ment (I want my own room) – $500

Dates

Custom Dates Available — Contact Us

Policies

Itinerary

Flight Information

The total num­ber of days for your trip includes all trav­el to and from your des­ti­na­tion, with some excep­tions. Dates list­ed on the web­site start with your depar­ture date from the US and include the day you arrive home. 

For this trip you will need to arrive in Kath­man­du, Nepal on Day 3 of the itin­er­ary. You will cross the date line in mid-flight to Asia, thus los­ing a day. If you are trav­el­ing from out­side the US. your itin­er­ary may require less time to reach Kath­man­du, so all that is required is that you arrive on Day 3 of the itin­er­ary, where Moun­tain Mad­ness ser­vices begin. If you arrive ear­ly, we can assist with extra hotel arrange­ments and activ­i­ties. Oth­er­wise, you can arrive at any time on Day 3. You will be met at the air­port by a Moun­tain Mad­ness rep­re­sen­ta­tive and trans­ferred to your hotel. 

Equipment

  • Ama Dablam

    $14,000

    32 Days / Includes trav­el time

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Elevation

22,349 ft / 6812 m

Route

South­west Ridge

Client to Guide Ratio

1:1 client to guide ratio

Difficulty

Advanced Intermediate

Climbers should be comfortable climbing on exposed ridges, 45 to 60 degree snow/ice slopes and/or 5.6+ rock and have a well-rounded past history of climbing experience.

Preparation Climbs