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Mt. Amadablam (6,857m/22,490ft.) BooK Now Print


Amadablam is the most beautiful mountain of the world, and the expedition on this mountain begins from its south western ridge. This ridge, which you follow, has a climbing route that was discovered by Ward (UK), Bishop (USA), and Gill (NZ) in 1961. From this ridge, you head off to the summit, and in the middle of the on-going route,three high camps are set up. As you climb from the base camp to the first camp, the climb is moderate. From there, it is challenging, and from the second camp, it is technical. On ward, there are hanging glaciers, sharp ridges, crevasses, ice cliffs, and finally, there is a summit.

“A True Himalayan classics’ Andy Fanshawe & Stephen Venables – writer Himalaya Alpine-Style”


Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu
Day 2:
Fly Kathmandu to Lukla
Day 3-11: Trek to Kalapathar and then arrive base camp
Day 12-30: Climbing
Day 31-32: Return march to Lukla
Day 33:
Fly Lukla to Kathmandu
Day 34: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 35:
Trip ends.