We will meet up at Kathmandu airport and head towards Lukla next day. Ama Dablam, which means “Mother’s necklace” is one of the most impressive peaks in the world. It is a popular climbing peak for several reasons: it is close to Mount Everest and has several challenging routes to its summit that anyone with some mountaineering experience can complete. The best way to experience the full beauty and glory of the Himalayas is by climbing Ama Dablam. Also you can find good view climbing Manaslu, Everest, Lobuche and many other peak. Climbing Ama Dablam, one of the most popular trekking peaks in Nepal, takes you through stunning mountain scenery and lets you experience everything that makes the Himalayas a truly remarkable part of the world.
It is also known as the Matterhorn of the Himalayas because of its pyramidal shape with three outcroppings at its peak. The mountain is located in the Khumbu region of Nepal, near Everest base camp, and stands at 22,493 feet tall. Its two prominent ridges, called the Northeast Ridge and Southwest Ridge (the Southwest being the more popular route), form a hanging glacier so large that it looks like an Ama Dablam pendant hanging from the neck of a mother.
Our expedition will take you up to Ama Dablam base camp at 15,000 feet above sea level, where you will spend time acclimating while enjoying views of Lhotse and Cho Oyu. We will then ascend to Camp I at 16,800 feet where you will have another chance to acclimate before continuing on to Camp II at 18,300 feet. Camp III is at 19,350 feet.