Mt. AmaDablam Expedition

Duration : 24 Days

Best Seasons: Autumn, Spring

Accomodations: Hotel, Lodge, Camp

Grade: Challenging

Max Altitude:6,812m/22,349ft


AmaDablam (6,812m) is one of the world’s most attractive mountain. The awe-inspiring ice-coated granite pyramid-like mountain soars above the DudhKosi River valley south of Everest and Lhotse in the Khumbu region. Mount AmaDablam is acknowledged as a jewel of the Himalayas in Nepal. AmaDablam climbing is relatively safe and anyone can summit it. This unforgettable climb in the Khumbu region of Nepal involves a cultural trek up to Everest base camp along with technical aspect of rock, snow and ice climbing experience. We must allow more time on the mountain to acclimatize properly. The route provides varied and sustained climb with reasonable level of difficulty. From the summit top you, can enjoy stunning panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse and Makalu. We fix two to three camps on the route along the beautiful south-west ridge beneath the right side of the hanging glacier. Expedition to Mt. AmaDablam begins with a 35 minutes mountain flight to Lukla and then trek toNamche Bazaar, Khumjung and Pangboche before setting up base camp. It is just 20 mile walk from Lukla to AmaDablam base camp. The normal route for Mt. AmaDablam climbing is via South-West Ridge. The ascent from AmaDablam Camp I to Camp III is considered the most difficult part of the climb. Pioneer Adventure organizes AmaDablam expedition for any interested person or group of people all year round. There will be a professional senior Sherpa climber and supporting Sherpa team to make the trip a great success. We also customize expedition service for AmaDablam expedition as per clients’ interest.

Arrival Kathmandu (1,300m/4,265ft) and transfer to hotel
Preparation and official formalities
Fly to Lukla (2,800m/9,186ft) and trek to Phakdingma (2,610m/8,697ft)
Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/12,286ft)
Acclimatization Day Day
Trek to Pangboche (3,930m/12,893ft)
Trek to Amadablam Base Camp (4,640m/15,223ft)
DAY8 20
Climbing Period of AmaDablam (6,812m/22,349ft)
DAY 21
Trek back to Deboche (3,675m/12,057ft)
DAY 22
Trek back to Lukla (2,740m/8,989ft)
DAY 23
Fly back to Kathmandu (13,00m/4,265ft)
DAY 24
Final Departure

Government Liaison officer with his daily wages, equipment, food, insurance and transportation.

Experienced and well-trained Base camp Cook and Kitchen helpers.

Porters up to the Base Camp and return from the Base camp

Walkie-talkie per Member and climbing staff as required .

Satellite and cell-phone network available at the Base camp (chargeable as per use).

Availability of the daily weather forecast during the entire expedition.

EPI gas with Gas burner (MSR Rector)

In case of emergencies, sufficient Oxygen and Mask regulator available at our Base camp (If used: US $55).

1:1 Sherpa per Member with his equipment allowance and daily wages .

Equipment allowance for Base camp Cook and Kitchen helpers.

Helicopter rescue insurance for high altitude climbing Guide, Cook and involved Nepali staff.

Company’s Duffel Bags if required.

Trekking Map .

First Aid medical kit.

Farewell dinner with expedition staff in a Nepali typical restaurant with cultural show in Kathmandu.

    International flight tickets.

    Nepal Entry Visa fee (To be applied for 90 days).

    Drone & Special filming permit.

    Bank/wire transfer fees (if applicable)

    Lunch & Dinner during your stay in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

    Personal Travel, Medical, and Emergency Rescue Insurances.

    Personal Trekking and Climbing Gears

    Phone calls, internet, battery recharge, laundry, alcoholic beverages, bottled and canned beverages, specialty coffee or espresso drinks, etc.

    Summit Bonus for Climbing Sherpa US $ 1500.00.

    Tips for Cook and Kitchen helpers.

    Any other service cost which are not included in the Cost Includes.