- Country: Nepal
- Destination: Khumbu
- Maximum altitude: 6812
- Group size: Min - 1
- Best Season: Spring & Autumn
The staggering pyramid of Amadablam (6812m) is viewed as one of the world’s most lovely and mesmerizing peaks, nearby the famous Matterhorn and Khan Tengri. Mt. Amadablam is a delightful mountain, found practically due south of Mt. Everest and Mt. Lhotse in the Khumbu locale. It is a lofty pyramid of ice with vertical dividers and sharp, uncovered edges. Mount Ama Dablam frames an enduring impact on numerous trekkers in Nepal, as it is maybe the most dazzling mountain along the prevalent trekking course to Everest Base Camp.
Our climb will be made by means of the South-West edge highway, a specialized course with three camps above base camp. The eager and experienced mountain climber will find the South West Ridge a worthy test. Settled lines will be utilized as a part of our climb, to help speed and efficiency on this magnificent mountain. The climb is typically finished in less than four weeks which includes immaculate rock climbing followed after by snow and rock climbing. The last area to the summit includes ice climbing took after by a long soak snow inclining up to the crests. Mountain dwellers generally need to set up 3 high camps on the base of mount Amadablam 6812m. To achieve the primary camp from base camp, the climbers need to pass the hardest and the troublesome route going through the edges; and afterward ought to swing toward the north scaling through the rough ground and the rocks. We are in Camp one at this point. From Camp I - one needs to cross the rocky bowl and climb the edge by means of to the settled lines to Camp II. From Camp II in the wake of traversing big rocks and ridges which leads you to a camp II.
The climbing course from Camp II is for the most part with the lofty blended rear ways of rocks, ice and snow. The course prompts to the incline move to snow ground and afterward goes through soak snow and ice burrow then at long last along the snow edge go to Camp III. From here to the summit, it is steep with snow and ice to one side of a colossal hanging icy mass. From the Top of mount Ama Dablam extremely beguiling landscapes of Mount Everest 8848m, Lhotse 8516m, Island crest, Makalu 8463m , Khumbu Himalayan and rest of the snowcapped mountains can be seen.
Day 1: Arrival at Kathmandu
After you arrive in the airport, you will be received by our representatives and taken to the hotel. After you check in, you will meet your travelling companions and a welcome dinner will be organized in the evening where you will be served with original Nepali cuisine and introduced to Nepali culture.
Day 2: Sightseeing in Katmandu and preparation for the expedition
After having breakfast, you will be briefed about the composition of your team, travel equipment and nature and strategy of the expedition. All official procedures will be finalized and necessary arrangements will be made. Then there will be a guided tour of the major landmarks and world heritage sites of Kathmandu valley like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Swoyambhunath and Bouddhanath. In the afternoon, there will be a pre discussion before the trip and the final preparation will be done.
Day 3: Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding
A 40 minutes flight early in the morning will be required to reach Lukla. After arrival you will be introduced to trek guides and porters. The trek starts with a short walk to Chaurikharka village and descent towards Dudh Koshi valley. The trail follows along Dudh Koshi River to reach Phakding village where we spend overnight.
Day3: Trek to Namche Bazaar
After breakfast we leave Phakding village for Namche Bazaar. The follows over Dudh koshi river by a suspension bridge into a pine forest. We arrive at the check post and entrance to Sagarmatha National Park and descend through Dudh Koshi river .We pass through Josale village before reaching Namche Bazaar where we stay overnight in a local lodge.
Day 4: Namche Bazaar
Today will be acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar. In the morning after breakfast we visit Sherpa Museum. We will also visit local shops for necessary equipment and clothing. In the afternoon we visit villages near Namche Bazaar.We return to the lodge and spend overnight
Day 5: Trek to Tengboche
After breakfast we ascend out of the village along the trail. Along the trail Everest, Nuptse and Lhotse and other Himalayan peaks can be observed. A gradual uphill ascent will be required in the steep trail. We follow the yak trails towards Tengboche Monastery and tour across its premise. We stay overnight below the monastery at a local lodge.
Day 6: Tengboche to Pheriche
Today we wake up right on time for going to morning prayers and to get blessings from the senior monks at Tyangboche Monastery. Subsequent to completing the prayers, we will leave Tyangboche and trek through delightful woodland towards Deboche. Our trail slips to cross an extension bridge before climbing steeply for 60 minutes to reach Pangboche. From Pangboche we will take after the Imja Khola that prompts to the major intersection of the trail. The right pathway leads to Dingboche, yet we turn left and trek towards Pheriche.
Day 7: Trek from Pheriche to Amadablam Base Camp
From Pheriche our trek proceeds through dense vegetation. It is a fairly short day of trekking yet is a continuous climb to Amadablam Base Camp. We will trek until we achieve the broad fields at 4,800 meters where our Base Camp will be set upon. When we reach our campground, our Sherpa group will set up the base camp and begin making important arrangements for setting up higher camps above base camp and finding the course to the summit of Mt Amadablam.
Day 8-21: Summit Mt. Amadablam [6812m/22343ft] and back to Base Camp
We will spend a few days participating in climbing preparation with satisfactory days for acclimatization. Taking after the footsteps of our accomplished climbing Sherpa guides, we move higher and nearer to the summit. Completely furnished with all the climbing gears, we will sit tight for a great climate condition and head towards the summit of one of the testing and technical moving high peaks on the planet. Our tiring move to the summit of Mt. Amadablam is compensated with staggering perspectives of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Baruntse and other encompassing high tops in Khumbu area. We will invest short energy at the summit before we begin to drop down after a similar course back to the base camp.
Day 22: Trek back to Tengboche
After the fruitful accomplishment of our objective - the summit of Mt Amadablam, we will make a casual begin and get ready for our reverse trekking. We begin our trek by following our trail back to Pheriche. Our trek joins the fundamental EBC trail towards Pangboche. It is for the most part downhill trekking from Pangboche until we achieve Deboche. At that point we will take after a rising trail to reach Tengboche.
Day 23: Trek to Namche Bazar
We trek down through the hillside and reach Phunki Tenga. Here we descend following the Dudh Koshi river trail through pine forest. We reach at Kyanhjuma through Sansa and follow the trail towards Namche Bazaar where overnight is spent at local lodge.
Day 24: Trek to Lukla
The trek from Namche Bazaar follows through Monjo to Lukla. The trail is of short climbs and across Bhote-Koshi River. The last uphill climb brings us to Lukla where we spend overnight.
Day 25: Fly to Kathmandu
In the morning after breakfast, we take a brief flight of about 40 minutes to Kathmandu. You will be transferred to your hotel where you can get your much needed rest. Upon your will, you can visit around Thamel area or other nearby places. In the evening, you will be served with farewell dinner which basically includes delicious Nepali cuisine.
Day 26: Departure from Tribhuvan International Airport
This will be the day you bid farewell to Nepal after your life long memorable and awe-inspiring trip. Our representatives will help you to the airport.