Mount Ama Dablam is a beautiful mountain situated in the eastern Himalayan range of Everest regions. There are two main peaks in Ama Dablam, where the first main peak is 6812m and second western peak is 6170m. The word Ama Dablam is came from Nepali word where Ama means “Mother” and Dablam means “Nacklace”. Ama Dablam is referring as the “Mont Matterhorn” of the Himalayas.
The combine expedition team of UK and USA successfully assent Ama Dablam for the first time in 1961. Now it is popular for technical climbing. Every year hundreds of thousands adventure lover choose to climb this mountain to feel thrills from the summit of Ama Dablam. According to the government of Nepal, it is the third most popular climbing peak of Nepal. While climbing to Ama Dablam, the popular route is the Southwest Ridge.
The climbing staffs and Sherpa Guides set up three camps along the ridge with the camp3 just below and the right of the hanging glacier. However, a 2006 avalanche proved that this is not always the best option.
Same like Mount Everest, spring season is best for climbing expedition of Ama Dablam. Also, it is better to make Everest and Ama Dablam combine expedition in the same season. That makes climbers more confident and he/she can easily conquer Everest too. Best the physical fitness is require to make this expedition successful. Comparatively, it is better to climb at least 2-3 small climbing expeditions in Himalaya before going for Ama Dablam. As a technical mountain, proper trekking gears and equipment are most necessary for the successful expedition.
Base Camp is almost flat and good for the tent settlement. Furthermore, Climbing Sherpa Guides fixes the rope up to the summit. Both technical devices and equipment are require to make expedition successful.
In addition, the expedition starts from Lukla, gateway of Everest region. While climbing to Mount Ama Dablam, you will also conquer the whole Everest Region. The trekking trails follows breathtaking rivers, people’s villages and lush of green forest (flora and fauna). The whole Everest Region is situated in Sagarmatha National Park.