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6,812 m (22,334 ft)


Nepal/Everest Region


27°51′40″ N 86°51′40″ E

First Ascent

Maurice Herzog (Nepal), June 3, 1950

Climbing Season

spring: April-May and autumn: September-October

Climbing duration

16 days (typically)

Group Size

02-15 person per Group

Mt. Ama Dablam is one of the prettiest mountains in the world. This mountain hangs a glacier on her southwest resembling a ‘Dablam’ which is a sacred ornament box worn by ladies in the Sherpa Community. Mt. Ama Dablam lies alongside Everest in the heart of Khumbu Valley. This mountain offers you a spectacular view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Cho Oyu. Mt. Ama Dablam is a technically demanding mountain to climb in Nepal. This mountain is considered as an ornament of the Himalayas in Nepal which stands at an elevation of about 6812 meters. Although it has less altitude compared to other mountains in Nepal, the Ama Dablam expedition requires steep ice, rock and snow climbing. There are usually 3 camps set for climbing the Ama Dablam. However, the two camps are only used to spend the nights. The most used and normal route for this expedition is the South-West Ridge. The ascending climb from Base Camp to Camp 1st is considered as one of the difficult tasks of this expedition.


The climbers need to have good skills in ice and rock climbing. There will be fixed rope on most of the parts of the routes. However, the climbers need to have skills of climbing through steep rock and hard compact ice. For this expedition, we follow the standard South West ridge route since this route is considered as the safest route possible which avoids disaster like an avalanche. Our journey begins at Lukla(2850m). Our initial days consist of trekking through the Sherpa country and reach up to the Khumbu valley. We trek through the beautiful Everest trail before we begin our climbing to Ama Dablam. The Ama Dablam Expedition is truly a wonderful expedition that even accomplished mountaineers are proud of. Upon reaching the summit, it will offer you the most spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and the landscapes. This will be worth the climb and time you’ve put on.


This is your arrival in Nepal. You will arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport and we will be there to transfer you to the hotel. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Today, you will be preparing for the trip. Official formalities and expedition preparation are done in Kathmandu.

Today we fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,840 m) and then trek to Phakding (2,800 m). The overall duration for this trek will be 4 hours.

Today, we trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,440 m). It will take about six hours for this trekking. Overnight in a hotel at Namche Bazaar.

On this day, we acclimatize at Namche Bazaar. We adjust to the surroundings and visit the markets of Namche Bazaar on this day.

Today, we trek from Namche Bazaar to Debuche. We stay at Debuche for the night.

On this day, we travel from Debuche to Pheriche (4,300 m). The overall duration of this trek will be 5-6 hours.

Today is a rest day and this day is used for us to acclimatize. We rest in this day and visit the surroundings.

We start our trekking early in the morning. Our destination today is Ama Dablam Base Camp. We trek from Pheriche to Ama Dablam Base Camp. It will take about 5-6 hours. Overnight in Ama Dablam Base Camp.

This day is separated for acclimatization and pre-climb training at Ama Dablam Base Camp.

These days are the climbing period of Ama Dablam. We slowly ascend to the summit and gradually descend for the return.

We trek to Lukla from the base camp. We stay at Lukla for the night.

Today, we fly from Lukla to Kathmandu. We stay at Kathmandu in a hotel for the night.

This is a free day in Kathmandu. You can use it as you like. You can either take a rest or visit some places like UNESCO heritage sites.

This is the final departure. You will be transferred to Tribhuwan International Airport.

Trip Cost Inclusion

  • Guide (English speaking)
  • Cook (if camping trek)
  • Kitchen helpers (if camping trek)
  • Accommodation and foods in Tents camping or Lodge (service- B, L, & D with tea/coffee)
  • Assistant guides (if required)
  • Necessary Porters
  • Required area’s restricted/normal trekking permits
  • Two men tent for members, Guide/Sherpa tent, Kitchen tent/ Dinning & toilet tent (if camping trek)
  • Domestic Airfares for round trip (if required)
  • Guide’s airfares
  • Ground transportation during the trekking in jeep/bus/van/car as per itinerary
  • Cook, Sherpa, kitchen staffs and porter’s accommodation, foods, transportation, and day-wages as per itinerary
  • Whole staffs and porters accidental covering insurances
  • Company Duffel bag (after trekking need to return to the company)
  • Company T-shirt as a souvenir
  • First-Aid kit box for all involved in the trip

Trip Cost Exclusion

  • Kathmandu stays accommodation and foods
  • Nepal Visa & visa extension fees
  • Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural calamities, landslides, political disturbances, strikes, flight delays and changes in Government regulation, etc.
  • Personal trekking/climbing equipment
  • Tel/internet
  • Helicopter Rescue (if needed) and hospitalization fees
  • Personal insurance
  • Bar bills like coke, mineral water & any Alcohol items…
  • Tips to staffs
  • Any extra staffs/porters than specified and expenses which is not included as per itinerary


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All of the guides are specialists in their work and speak fluently English and other languages too, most are born in the areas they escort trekkers to and have many years of experience in guiding foreign travelers. It’s compulsory to carry the first aid with them when they are on the trek as they are trained too.


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