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Home » Expeditions » Ama Dablam Expedition 6812 m.Oct 19th to 18th Nov 2018

Ama Dablam Expedition 6812 m.Oct 19th to 18th Nov 2018

Description

Mt. Ama Dablam is located in the Khumbu region of eastern part Nepal. The main peak is 6,812 metres (22,349 ft), the lower western peak is 5,563 metres (18,251 ft). Ama Dablam means "Mother's necklace"; the long ridges on each side like the arms of a mother (ama) protecting her child, and the hanging glacier thought of as the dablam, the traditional double-pendant containing pictures of the gods, worn by Sherpa women.

 

Ama Dablam was first climbed on March 13, 1961 by Mike Gill (NZ), Barry Bishop (USA), Mike Ward (UK) and Wally Romanes (NZ) via the Southwest Ridge. They were well-acclimated to altitude, having wintered over at 5800 meters near the base of the peak as part of the Silver Hut Scientific Expedition of 1960-61, led by Sir Edmund Hillary.

Ama Dablam is the third most popular Himalayan peak for permitted expeditions. The most popular route by far is the Southwest Ridge. Climbers typically set up three camps along the ridge with camp 3 just below and to the right of the hanging glacier the Dablam. Any ice that calves off the glacier typically goes left, away from the camp. However, a 2006 avalanche proved otherwise. A climbing permit and a liaison officer are required when attempting Ama Dablam. As with Mt. Everest, the best climbing months are April-May (before the monsoon) and September-October.

Spring  2016, 2017 and 2018.

  • 15 April to 16th May 2018
    US$ 5250 per climbing member for services up to Summit
  • 15 April:
    US$ 2950 per member for services up to Base Camp

Autumn 2016, 2017 and 2018.

  •   02 Nov - 29 Nov 2018
    Cost: US$ 5200 per climbing member for services up to Summit
  •   02 Nov - 29 Nov 2018
    Cost: US$ 2950 per member for services up to Base Camp

Facts about AMA DABLAM

Mountain's Name Ama Dablam
Max. Altitude: 6812 m.
Duration: 31 days
Accommodation: Tea House and camping
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & Dinner
Transportation: Car / Van / Bus/ Plane

Day to day itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel
Day 2: Free day in Kathmandu, (official procedure and arrangements for climbing gears)
Day 3: Free day in Kathmandu, (official procedure and arrangements for climbing gears)
Day 4: Kathmandu to Lukla (2860m) by flight & trek to Phakding (2640m) (spend the night in lodge)
Day 5: Phakding to Namche Bazar (3446m) (spend the night in lodge)
Day 6: Rest day in Namche for acclimatization (spend the night in lodge)
Day 7: Namche Bazar to Tengboche(3867m) (spend the night in lodge)
Day 8: Tengboche to Mt. Ama Dablam Base Camp (4600m)
Day 9: Rest day in Base Camp (preparation for climbing)
Day 10-25: Climbing Period of Mt. Ama Dablam (6812m)
Day 26: Base camp to Tengboche (spend the night in lodge)
Day 27: Tengboche to Namche Bazar (spend the night in lodge)
Day 28: Namche Bazar to Lukla (spend the night in lodge)
Day 29: Fly back to Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel
Day 30: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 31: Departure

COST INCLUDES:

Service up to summit

  1. Peak permit fee for Mt. Ama Dablam
  2. Airport transfers as per the itinerary.
  3. Hotel accommodation in a Tourist Class hotel on a twin sharing basis (bed & breakfast) in Kathmandu for a total of five nights before or after expedition
  4. Scheduled flight Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu  for members, staff, Liaison Officer
  5. Sagarmatha National park entry fee
  6. One High altitude Sherpa per 3 climbing members
  7. Personal gear cargo costs to/from Lukla
  8. Porter costs for members' equipments, food and fuel, kitchen and dinning arrangements from Lukla to  Mt. Ama Dablam Base camp and return
  9. Full board during approach / return trek and at Base Camp
  10. Solar light at base camp
  11. All kitchen and dinning equipment, kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, stools and tables at Mt. Ama Dablam base camp
  12. Tents at Base Camp and higher camps for members, staff
  13. Food and Fuel for higher camp
  14. Common climbing equipment such as ropes, ice screws, ice bar, pitons, etc.
  15. Walkie-talkie
  16. Sleeping tent at base camp for members, staff, and Liaison officer
  17. Services of Cook and Kitchen boy at Base Camp
  18. Equipment and daily allowance for Climbing Sherpas, Liaison Officer, Cook, and kitchen boy
  19. Insurance for climbing Sherpas, Liaison officer, Cook, Kitchen Boy, and local porters.
  20. Garbage disposal charge at SPCC in Namche Bazar

Service up to Base Camp

  1. Peak permit fee for Mt. Ama Dablam
  2. Airport transfers as per the itinerary.
  3. Hotel accommodation in a Tourist Class hotel on a twin sharing basis (bed & breakfast) in Kathmandu for maximum five nights before or after expedition
  4. Flight Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu  for members, staff, Liaison Officer
  5. Sagarmatha National park entry fee
  6. Expedition cargo to/from Lukla (max 60 Kg per person, personal equipments)
  7. Porters from Lukla - Base camp - Lukla to carry members' equipments, food and fuel, kitchen and dinning materials to Mt. Ama Dablam Base Camp and back
  8. Full board during trekking and at Base Camp
  9. Solar light at base camp for light
  10. All kitchen and dinning equipment, kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, stools and tables at Mt. Ama Dablam base camp
  11. Sleeping tent at base camp tent for member, staff and Liaison officer
  12. Services of Cook and Kitchen boy at Mt. Ama Dablam Base Camp
  13. Equipment allowance, daily allowance for the Liaison Officer, Cook and kitchen boy
  14. Insurance for Liaison officer, Cook and Kitchen Boy and porters
  15. Garbage disposal charge at SPCC in Namche Bazar

COST DOES NOT INCLUDE:

  1. International air travel to/from  Nepal
  2. Original entry visa into Nepal. (It can be obtained at the Airport on arrival.)
  3. International Airport Departure Tax
  4. Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  5. Personal insurance such as travel, accident, medical and emergency evacuation
  6. Related charges for communication equipment and filming applied as per regulation
  7. Nepal custom duty for import of expedition goods arriving into Nepal by air/road cargo.
  8. Expenses of personal nature such as drinks, laundry, postage, telephone calls etc.
  9. Oxygen & Mask regulator
  10. Tips to the staff 
  11. Summit bonus $ 300 


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