Ama Dablam- 6,812 m (22,349 ft)

Ama Dablam is known as one of the world's most beautiful mountains, and is one of Nepal's most popular climbing objectives. The High Altitude Dreams team will attempt the classic Southwest Ridge route, which features rock, snow and ice climbing in a spectacular setting. It is our pleasure to provide support and logistics for experienced and self-reliant climbers. The High Altitude Dreams staff includes of some of the most experienced and skilled Sherpa climbers working on the mountain today; likewise our hardworking base camp staff is both well-trained and accommodating.

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Oct. 4-5
Kathmandu 1400 m (4600 ft)
Arrive in Kathmandu, where you will be met at the airport by representatives of High Altitude Dreams and transported to your hotel. Begin final preparations and packing for the mountain.
Oct. 6
Kathmandu 1400 m (4600 ft)
One last day of sightseeing and shopping in Kathmandu.
Oct. 7
Phakding 2610 m (8560 ft)
Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding
Oct. 8
Namche Bazaar 3440 m (11,286 ft)
Trek to the busy town of Namche Bazaar.
Oct. 9
Namche Bazaar 3440 m (11,286 ft)
Rest and acclimatization in Namche Bazaar.
Oct. 10
Thyangboche 3867 m (12,687 ft)
Trek to the renowned Thyangboche Monastery
Oct. 11
Base Camp 4700 m (15,420 ft)
Continue to the village of Pangboche and on to Base Camp
Oct. 12-30
Base Camp 4700 m (15,420 ft)
Climbing Period
Nov. 1
Namche Bazaar 3440 m (11,286 ft)
Trek to Namche Bazaar
Nov. 2
Lukla 2860 m (9283 ft)
Trek to Lukla
Nov. 3
Kathmandu 1400 m (4600 ft)
Fly to Kathmandu
Climb Overview

Sherpas will establish three camps on the mountain: Camp One at 18,000 feet, Camp Two at 19,000 feet and Camp Three at 21,000 feet. The Southwest Ridge of Ama Dablam is a technical climb, involving moderate rock climbing (to 5.7 standard) and plenty of snow and ice to 50 degrees. Much of the route will be fixed by the Sherpa team.

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