Ama Dablam Expedition (6812m) - 29 Days

Mt. Amadablam
Trip Facts
  • Trip Duration29 Days
  • Difficulty Level Technical Challenging
  • Maximum Altitude 6812m
  • Activity Mountaineering
  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu / Kathmandu
  • Best Season Spring (April - May) & Autumn (September - November
  • Take adventurous flights in and out of Lukla, the gateway to the Khumbu region
  • Reach the summit of Mt. Ama Dablam, a fantastic mountain to scale in the Khumbu region
  • Climb with professional Sherpa mountaineers and strong porters
  • Enjoy trekking through rhododendron forests and beautiful mountain villages in the first few days of the trip
  • Spend nights in famous villages like Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Lukla
  • Hone your climbing skills while conquering crevasses and technical sections along the climbing route
  • Witness incredible mountain panoramas and gorgeous sceneries
  • Push your limits and immerse in the serenity of the Himalayas

Mt. Ama Dablam stands 6,812 meters (22,349 feet) from sea level. Even though it is not one of the tallest mountains in the Himalayas, Ama Dablam offers an incredible mountaineering experience!

The Ama Dablam is one of the most famous 6,000-meter technical peaks to climb in Nepal. The Ama Dablam expedition is a strenuous voyage in the Himalayas, only recommended to individuals who are not afraid of challenges.

Ama Dablam is one of the renowned climbing peaks in the eastern Himalayan region of Nepal. It is located in the Khumbu region, south of Mt. Everest. Climbing Ama Dablam is considered quite challenging and a most satisfying mountaineering experience.

The right portion of technical sections, along with the dramatic spire-like shape of this peak, makes climbing Ama Dablam excellent. Ama Dablam means Mother's Necklace. It refers to the unique shape of the mountain that resembles a mother holding a child and a pendant necklace.

This spectacular mountain was first climbed in 1961, however the first attempt was made in the 1960s. Do not take this mountain lightly. We have records of climbers who have summited 8,000-meter mountains in Nepal, finding Ama Dablam equally demanding.

What to expect during the Ama Dablam expedition?

We’ll climb Mt. Ama Dablam via the Southwest Ridge. It involves making four camps before you reach the summit. Climbers have to know rock and ice climbing. Our guides will secure the majority of the route with fixed ropes. Climbers are recommended to practice vertical climbing using fixed ropes.

The Ama Dablam expedition goes beyond climbing. In the first few days of the trip, you will enjoy nature and trek via beautiful Sherpa villages. Spend nights in Phakding, Namche Bazaar, and Tengboche villages. These are some famous villages on the EBC trek route.

From Tengboche, you will ascend to Pangboche and follow an offbeat route to Ama Dablam Base Camp. The trekking period is great to acclimatize and see the mountain lifestyle. The trail goes through rhododendron forests and crosses many suspension bridges on the way.

You will trek via different climatic zones, witnessing diverse landscapes and mountain views of Everest (8,849 m/29,032 ft), Lhotse (8,516 m/27,940 ft), Nuptse (7,861 m/25,791 ft), Thamserku (6,608 m/21,680 ft), and many others. Likewise, get blessings in the monasteries along the way for a successful and safe climb.

Pre-climbing training

During your acclimatization days at the Ama Dablam Base Camp, your team leader will provide you with pre-climbing training. You will go on acclimatization hikes on nearby ridges and learn to use climbing gear. Our team leader will make sure you are well-prepared and informed about the climbing route.

The training involves route briefing and teaching you necessary climbing techniques and useful vocabulary that will help you on the mountain. It will help you better navigate the challenging terrain and boost your confidence. You will get mental training as well that will help you emotionally prepare for high altitude and low oxygen levels.

Ama Dablam climbing route- SouthWest Route

Ama Dablam Base Camp (4,570 m/15,000 ft)

The Ama Dablam Base Camp is at 4,570 meters. You will trek from Pangboche village to the Ama Dablam Base Camp, following a steep, rocky trail. Our team will set up the base camp and prepare the meals for the climbing duration. It will be our permanent camp with helpers, cooks, and doctors.

The Ama Dablam Base Camp has ample space. We can play volleyball and soccer to keep ourselves active and warm. Likewise, the views of mountains such as Ama Dablam, Taboche, Kongde, Thamserku, etc, are fantastic from the base camp. The daytime is sunny and warm at the base camp, whereas evenings and early mornings are cold.

Yak Camp (5,182 m/17,000 ft): 3-4 hours

From the Ama Dablam Base Camp you will climb along the southwest ridge to reach the Yak Camp at 5,12 meters. It is a short climb. This will be our second primary camp station, where we will keep all the heavy climbing gear. The support crew will set up the tents. You can help them.

Camp I (5,700 m/18,800 ft): 3 hours

Camp I is located around 500 meters above the Yak Camp. The climbing is subtle between Yak Camp and Camp I. It is a walking path with a short stone field that is only 100 meters spread. Likewise, you will come across large rocks along the way.

It is a safe fourth-class slope, so you can climb without fixed ropes. Camp I is situated on a 60º slope, and it takes three hours to reach. There is not much space at Camp I, so climbers have to share the space accordingly. Only 6-7 single tents can fit here.

Camp II (5,950 m/19,521 ft): 3 hours

The climb from Camp I to Camp II is very technically challenging. Camp II is situated at 5,950 meters. Leaving Camp II, we will follow an easy fourth-class level stone ridge. Even though the altitude gain is quite minimal, the route has massive drop-offs on both sides.

We will be surrounded by several peaks and gendarmes. As we reach the end of the level ridge, we will climb the Yellow Tower, which is approximately six meters tall. It is considered French fourth class, British Severe, and North American YDS 5.5. Once we are on top of the Yellow Tower, we can feel the true height and high exposure on all sides. We must be cautious while walking at Camp II.

Camp III (6,200 m/20,341 ft): 2 hours

While climbing from Camp II to Camp III, we will walk on mixed ice and snow terrain using fixed ropes along the entire way. The ropes will be set by our team leader and supporting team. We get to see stunning views of Ama Dablam Base Camp, Mt. Kantega, and Mt. Kusum Kanguru on the way.

We will cross the Mushroom Ridge at 6,150 meters. Some climbers attempt to push for the summit directly from Camp II. However, we, Moon Himalaya Adventure, set Camp III before pushing to the summit. It allows climbers to get ready and prepare their minds for the final push.

This section of the mountain also has a high risk of avalanches, so we will spend as little time as possible at Camp III. The slope from the Yellow Tower to Camp III is nearly 55º almost the entire way.

Summit (6,812 m/22,349 ft): 10 hours

From Camp III, we will begin climbing to the summit of Mt. Ama Dablam around 1:00 AM. Summit day will be long, as you will descend to Camp I or base camp the same day after summiting. It will be an emotional, overpowering, and demanding period of the expedition.

We will climb on two challenging pitches of snow ice at a 40º+ angle towards the Dablam side. Towards the final stretch, we will climb a fluted snowfield (30-50º) that leads to one of the world's most exquisite summits, Ama Dablam. The view from the top is heavenly.

How to prepare for the Ama Dablam expedition?

The Ama Dablam expedition requires physical, mental, and packing preparations. Climbing Mt. Ama Dablam is challenging, so climbers have to be strong physically and mentally. Before the journey begins, participants have to train their body and mind. You need to build your core strength, stamina, and endurance. Likewise, make a habit of long walking and meditating.

You can go on short treks or climb smaller peaks before the Ama Dablam expedition. Weight training, cardiovascular exercises, bodyweight training, and breathing practice are recommended. If accessible, you can join the climbing club and hone your climbing skills. Learn to use gear and other aspects of technical climbing.

Climb Ama Dablam with the best Sherpa guides and helpful porters

Sherpas are known to be excellent climbers and reliable mountaineering partners in Nepal. During the Ama Dablam expedition, you will climb this mountain under the guidance of our senior Sherpa guides. They have many years of mountaineering expertise and have successfully led many individuals to the top of Mt. Ama Dablam.

You will get leadership, support, and guidance from our Sherap guides throughout the climbing. They will help you navigate the technical sections while ensuring your safety and teach you climbing skills. Likewise, our porters will help you carry gear, supplies, and tents for the expedition.

Both Sherpas and porters are a crucial part of our Ama Dablam expedition. They make it possible to reach the Ama Dablam summit safely and return safely, too. Given the high stakes while climbing Ama Dablam, we do not take even the smallest risk. All our crew are trained and know what they are doing. You can climb freely with them.

Ama Dablam expedition emergency and evacuation

The safety of our clients during the Ama Dablam expedition is our top most priority. Participants joining the Ama Dablam expedition with us must have previous climbing experience. They have to go through a thorough physical examination before they begin the journey.

Our lead Sherpa guides are trained to provide first aid and handle any emergency medical situation. Likewise, our supporting team will be responsible for logistic transportation and setting up the tents. We will make sure to not put any unwanted stress on you during climbing.

It allows you to focus and put all your energy towards climbing. Similarly, our emergency response team stays on standby during the expedition. In the event of any medical emergency, we will follow our lead guide's assessment and initiate the emergency evacuation protocol.

We use sturdy helicopters to transport injured or sick climbers to a medical facility in Kathmandu. We work with local rescue companies that allow us to provide quick evacuation to our groups. Do note that emergency evacuations are very expensive. So, make sure to get well-covered travel insurance for the Ama Dablam expedition.

Why do the Ama Dablam expedition in Nepal with us?

We are a Kathmandu-based local Nepali trekking and climbing company in Nepal. We have a wide range of tours, treks, and climbing packages in Nepal, including many other sports activities like paragliding, rafting, rock climbing, mountain biking, jungle safari, etc.

Our many years of expertise in organizing climbing expeditions in the Himalayas make us a reliable partner for your adventure. We have climbed many mountains in the Himalayas, and our Sherpa guides are active mountaineers in the industry.

Likewise, our Ama Dablam expedition 29 days is well-designed. The package can be customized as per your requirements. You will get the best Ama Dablam expedition cost with us, and it's guaranteed. To book the Ama Dablam expedition 2024, get in touch with us.

ItineraryDay to Day Itinerary
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Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), a representative from Moon Himalaya Adventure will welcome you and transfer you to the hotel. In the evening you will have dinner with our guides where you will introduce yourself to each other and talk about the trip

  • Meals:Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel

On the second day after having your breakfast our guide will brief you about the Ama Dablam expedition and the gear you need. In case you miss out on some gear you can buy or rent it. You will have a briefing at the Department of Tourism by an officer. If you get time then you can visit the world heritage sites (Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bouddhanath, Pashupatinath, Swoyambhunath) but you have to pay entry fees on your own.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Hotel

An early morning flight to Lukla marks the initial step of the Ama Dablam expedition. Once you've arrived in Lukla, you'll begin your hike to Phakding. You'll be making your way along a stone-paved path to Phakding. Phakding is a beautiful village with plenty of hotels and stores.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:35 min flight & trek 3-4 hrs

You will begin your hike along the bank of the Dudhkhosi River after breakfast. Walking up and downhill will get you to Monjo. You'll need to show your permits at the Monjo checkpoint before entering Sagarmatha National Park. Monjo, a sherpa settlement, provides stunning vistas of the surrounding mountains. You will be crossing suspension bridges and taking in the breathtaking scenery en route to Namche. After today's walk, you'll finally arrive at Namche Bazaar. You will get a great view of the mountains from Namche Bazar, one of the most beautiful places in the Khumbu region.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:5-6 hrs

The most needed acclimatization day in Namche even if you feel healthy and fit. You will hike up to the Everest viewpoint on this day. Magnificent panoramic views of Mountains like Mount Everest (8,848.86 m), Lhotse (8,516m), Nuptse (7,861m), Ama Dablam (6,812m), Kangtega (6,782m), Thamserku (6,623m), Kwangde (6,011m) and others can be seen from Everest view point.

Acclimatization is done so that your body can adapt to a new environment. Also, it helps you to prevent altitude sickness.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge

After breakfast, you'll begin your hike. You'll be descending and ascending through the rhododendron forest on the way to Tengboche. There are several beautiful mountains that the trail passes beneath, including Everest, Amadablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, and others. Tengboche is the final stop of the day. The presence of many lodges makes Tengboche less called a village due to the presence of many guest houses and lodges. The Tengboche Monastery is a large and famous monastery in the Khumbu region. The monks of Tengboche Monastery perform evening rituals. Anyone can join in the prayer, but recording it in any way is forbidden.

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Duration:5-6 hrs

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tent

For the climbing phase, we do not provide a detailed schedule because that is up to the expedition leader and participants. While deciding how to approach a climb, guides will use their own knowledge and the knowledge of their clients to choose the best course of action.

Climbing skills and the proper use of equipment like the Harness, ascender, or jumper, ATC Guide, ice axe, climbing boots, crampons, etc. will be demonstrated and trained by our guides to climbers at the base camp. The training will also involve the use of ropes for ascending and descending. As a result of this training, there will be a greater probability of reaching the summit point of Mt. Amadablam. From the Ama Dablam BC, we continue up the normal route to Camp 1 (5,700m). In order to acclimatize, you will spend the night at Camp 1 before heading back to Base Camp for the final preparation of the Amadablam summit push. There is a total of three camps between the starting point (base camp) and the peak. Ascent to Camp 1 from Base Camp is difficult and technically challenging. From Camp 1, we use the fixed lines which will be already set to ascend and descend, and we will set up new ropes as needed. Ascending from Camp 2 to Camp 3 involves rough terrain that consists of loose rock, snow, and ice. From Camp 3, the ascent to the peak becomes less technically challenging compared to previous days. After achieving the peak summit, we will head back to the starting point (base camp).

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tent

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge

  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Accommodation:Lodge

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      Cost DetailsWhat's Included
      • Airport pick up and drop
      • Three-night hotel in Kathmandu.
      • Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and from Lukla to Kathmandu for client.
      • Three meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the expedition.
      • Accommodation during the expedition.
      • Sagarmatha National Park entry fee.
      • Ama Dablam Eexpedition permit fee.
      • Trekkers’ Information Management system (TIMS) card.
      • Group equipment (Fixed rope, Main rope, Snow bar, Ice screw, Rock Piton)
      • Sleeping Tent, Kitchen Tent, Dinning Tent
      • Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and from Lukla to Kathmandu for Mountain guide.
      • One expert government license holder Mountain guide (1:1 guiding), Porter (1:1 porter) and Sherpa.
      • Cook for climbing period.
      • Food, accommodation, salary, climbing insurance and equipment of Climbing Guide
      • Food, accommodation, salary and trekking insurance of porter.
      • Food, accommodation, salary and trekking insurance of Cook.
      • First aid kit.
      • All necessary government taxes.
      • Certificate of accomplishment of Mount Ama Dablam.
      • Office service charge.
      • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by client Travel insurance company.
      What's Excluded
      • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
      • Client travel insurance.
      • Nepal entry visa fee (can be obtain upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu, requires 2 copies of passport size photos)
      • All kind of drinks (mineral water/coke/fanta and alcoholic beverage) during the expedition.
      • Hot shower, Battery charge, Wifi during the expedition.
      • Entry fees in Monastries, temples, Museum.
      • Your personal expenses, shopping, donation to monasteries and school, wifi, laundry etc
      • Tips for guide, porter and cook.
      • Things that goes beyond cost inclusive.
      Useful InformationGood to Know

      The best time to climb Mt. Ama Dablam

      There are multiple chances of climbing Ama Dablam throughout the year. You have to pick the time that best suits your requirements. March to May (spring) and late September to November (autumn) are the best climbing seasons in the Himalayas. All these months offer slightly different weather and climate.

      March and April start the climbing season with highly favorable weather. You will get to witness stunning Himalayan ranges and glacier views. The Khumbu region is bustling with travelers from around the world. You will see rich vegetation at the start of the journey.

      May is the final month before off time starts for climbing. The weather remains stable in May as well, however the hotness increases. You may come across a few rainfall in the lower regions, but it will not hinder your expedition. From June to August and mid-September, the weather is not ideal for climbing.

      With the beginning of October, another climbing season begins. In fact, October and November are one of the most loved months by travelers to explore the Himalayas. You will get a fantastic climate, stable weather, many summit windows, and phenomenal mountain panoramas. December to February is off-climbing time.

      Ama Dablam's difficulty and requirement

      Ama Dablam is a technical mountain to climb. Even though it is under 7,000 meters, the climbing route is very demanding and requires technical rock and ice climbing skills. Climbs of this grade need strong fitness and mental resilience. You will need exceptional cardiovascular fitness.

      Our guides are there to help you reach the summit and return safely, however you have to do all the climbing. We highly recommend the previous experience on a few 6000m and 7000m peaks or at least one 8000m peak. Your previous exposure to other mountains is necessary before you embark on the Ama Dablam expedition 29 days with us.

      While signing up with us, honestly share your expertise and fitness. We will assess your past experiences and fitness and develop a suitable training program if needed. If you lack the abilities and experience, we can discuss the training/support plan collectively. It will also include a few preliminary climbs before your Ama Dablam expedition.

      Altitude sickness

      Altitude sickness (Acute Mountain Sickness) is a huge risk during climbing mountains. Because of thin air and low oxygen levels at high altitudes, mountaineers suffer from altitude sickness. So, acclimatization is very important. Therefore, we have an excellent acclimatization program at the base camp with many rotations before you touch the higher camps.

      The symptoms of altitude sickness are headache, shortness of breath, insomnia, loss of appetite, vomiting, dizziness, nausea, swelling, fatigue, etc. It is possible to treat these symptoms if you take the necessary actions on time. Inform your guide and let him help you.

      Note that our guides are trained to provide first aid, and they have firsthand experience as well, so you can rely on their actions. Do not ignore these symptoms because if left untreated, it can escalate to the point we have to evacuate to a hospital in Kathmandu.

      Below, we have listed preventive measures for altitude sickness:

      • Drink plenty of water and have lots of nutritious food throughout the expedition. You have to keep yourself hydrated and energized.
      • Get ample rest and sleep. Maintain your energy and pace.
      • Do not smoke or drink alcohol if your body takes time to bounce back from a hangover.
      • Be aware of the symptoms and ask your guide to help you. Do not take any medicine without your guide's knowledge.
      • In case of severe altitude sickness, our guide will help you descend and rest until you feel better.

      What kind of travel insurance is required for the Ama Dablam expedition?

      Mount Ama Dablam expedition entails risks of altitude sickness, injuries, and other unforeseen events. So, climbers have to get comprehensive travel insurance that covers climbing in the Himalayas, medical bills, and high-altitude helicopter evacuation. We do not sell travel insurance, but can help you find the best one.

      You need to give us your travel insurance document with proper coverage before the trip starts. Our team will use it to help in an emergency. Failure to provide the proper travel insurance will lead to the cancellation of the trip without a refund. You can also include other coverages like flight cancellation, trip cancellation, etc, in your travel insurance.

      *Note: Travel insurance is compulsory to join the Ama Dablam expedition.

      Accommodation and meals during the Ama Dablam expedition

      During trekking, you will spend nights in twin-shared lodges. Single rooms are booked on prior notice. It will be a simple but comfortable accommodation to spend. The washroom can be common or private. WiFi, charging, and hot showers are additional personal expenses in lodges, so you will need to pay a few extra bucks for them.

      At Ama Dablam Base Camp and higher camps, you will spend nights in alpine tents, and the meals will be cooked by our support team. You will travel with a cook and kitchen staff. Likewise, there will be other supporting teams who will help in fixing tents.

      We will select all the meals for the climbing duration, keeping your choice in mind. Our menu ranges from Nepali and Indian dishes to Chinese and Western options. You will get delicious meals and quite a variety of them. Likewise, there will be good availability of different kinds of tea, coffee, drinking water, and other nonalcoholic beverages.

      Equipments InformationThings to Know

      Head & Hand

      • Sun Cap
      • Wool/Fleece Hat
      • Balaclava
      • Hand Warmer
      • Neck Gaiter/High Neck
      • Lightweight Synthetic Liner Glove
      • Wind Stopper Fleece Gloves
      • Summit Gloves Heavy Gloves (Mitten)

      Upper Body

      • Short-Sleeved Shirts/T-shirts
      • Lightweight Top/Thermo Coat
      • Midweight Top
      • Heavyweight Top
      • Synthetic or Fleece Jacket
      • Down Insulated Jacket
      • Windproof Jacket
      • Gore-Tex Jacket

      Lower Body

      • Underwear
      • Lightweight Long Underpants
      • Midweight Long Underpants
      • Heavyweight Long Underpants
      • Trekking Pants
      • Down/Synthetic Insulated Pants
      • Gore-Tex Pants
      • Trekking & Climbing Socks
      • Summit Socks

      Technical Devices/Climbing Gears

      • Climbing Helmet
      • Headlamp with Spare Batteries (Petzl/BD)
      • Summit Down Suits (Kailas/Marmot/T8K/The North Face)
      • Ice Axe Semi-technical
      • Harness
      • Carabiners (Both Lock & Unlock)
      • Ascenders/Jumar
      • Belay Device (ATC Guide/Figure of 8)
      • Assistant Rope
      • Tape Sling
      • Ice Screw
      • Summit Boot/One Sports Alpine Boot/G2SM
      • Crampons
      • 2 Sleeping Bag: -30 +C to -40 +C
      • Thermarest Inflatable Mattress
      • Thermarest Cell Foam Mattress
      • Sun/Glacier Glasses UV Protection
      • Snow Goggle UV Protection
      • Extendable Trekking Poles (BD Alpine Flz)

      First Aid Kit

      • Sunscreen (-50 Spf)
      • Lips Guard (-20/-50 Spf)
      • Water Purification Tablets
      • Baby Wipes or Wet Towels
      • Handy Plaster
      • Crack Bandage
      • Tincture
      • Lodine
      • Strepsils
      • Antibiotic
      • Paracetamol
      • Aspirin
      • Sinex
      • Anti-Diarrhea Capsule/Eldoper
      • Brufen/Ibuprofens
      • Diamox
      • Eye Drops
      • Dexamethasone Tablets
      • Zip-Lock Bags
      • Toiletries
      • Hand Sanitizers & Hand wash
      • Wet Tissues
      • Toothpaste
      • Toothbrush
      • Bath Soap
      • Shampoo
      • Moisturizers
      • Laundry Soap
      • Garbage Bag


      • Swiss Knife
      • Sandals
      • Lightweight Hiking/Trekking Boots
      • Camp Booties
      • Rucksacks (45 - 55 Ltr.)
      • 2 Duffel Bag
      • Water Bottles
      • Thermos/Flask
      • Pee Bottle
      • Pack Towel
      • Umbrella/Rain Coat
      • Spare batteries
      • Waterproof Stuff Sacks
      • Satellite Phone (if possible)
      • Solar chargeable power bank (optional)
      • Journal/Pen
      • Book/Board Game
      • Bars & Snacks

      Travel Documents

      • Valid Passport
      • Valid Visa
      • 4 PP Size Photo
      • Insurance Paper (Medical & Rescue) & Contact Address
      • Family/Company Contact Number & Address
      • Credit Card
      FAQsAma Dablam Expedition (6812m) - 29 Days FAQs
      • The best time to climb Ama Dablam is during the spring (April to May) or autumn (September to November) seasons, when the weather is relatively stable. Ama Dablam is most climbed during autumn season.

      • The Ama Dablam expedition is considered a technical climb, requiring advanced mountaineering skills and experience. Climbers must be physically fit and mentally prepared to face the challenges of the climb, including steep ice and rock sections, fixed ropes and ladders, and high altitude.

      • Yes, climbing Ama Dablam requires a technical skill and experience in mountaineering. It is recommended that climbers have previous experience climbing at high altitudes and have completed other technical climbs before attempting Ama Dablam.

      • Yes, a climbing permit is required to climb Ama Dablam. With Moon Himalaya Advenutre you don't have to worry about government procedures we have experienced admin staff who will issue all the required documents to climb Mt. Ama Dablam.

      • Climbers need to bring specialized mountaineering equipment, including climbing boots, crampons, ice axes, harnesses, ropes, and helmets. All climbers are required to have appropriate clothing, including warm layers, waterproof gear, and high-altitude gear.

      • The Ama Dablam expedition typically takes around four weeks to complete, including trekking to the base camp, acclimatization, and the climb to the summit.

      • Hiring a guide is highly recommended for the Ama Dablam expedition, as it is a highly technical climb that requires advanced mountaineering skills and experience. Climbing guide will help you to navigate the challenges of the climb and ensure your safety.

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