Ama Dablam and 5 peaks with Himalayan Alpine Mountaineering Course (HAMC)

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Overview

This trip has a duration of 33 days including trekking, training and the peak climbs.

In this trip, these are the peaks that you’d climb:

– Gokiyo Ri, 5000m+
– Kala Pathar, 5000m+
Lobuche peak, 6000m+
– Chhukung Ri, 5000m+`
Island Peak, 6000m+
– Ama Dablam, 6812m

You will hike up to Gokiyo Ri, Cho La pass, Kala Patthar and Everest Base Camp, which is a perfect training for the peak ascent of the other peaks, on top of being a great trek. It is also good for acclimatisation before climbing the other peaks.

The Himalayan Alpine Mountaineering Course will teach you the relevant techniques to acquire mountaineering skills and all you need to know in order to climb those peaks. The topics include: Knots, glacier travel, prusiking , advance crampon techniques, belaying techniques, snow anchors, ice anchors, rock anchors, equalising anchors, rappelling (abseiling), crevasse rescue, avalanche awareness, planning the climb, mountain weather, camp management and how to trek in high altitude.

The climbing of the Ama Dablam is (UIAA 5a) alpine. In addition the altitude has to be taken into consideration.

Food and accommodation: During trek and training the accommodation will be in lodges. All meals will be freshly cooked and served at the lodge. During the training  and peak climbing, the accommodation will be in tents at base camps or high camps of the peaks. Here, we will provided alpine-style food.

Required: You must be physically  and mentally well prepared for this Himalayan Alpine Mountaineering Course. You must also have some technical, basic mountaineering and climbing knowledge or similar, as well as hiking experience.

This trip will be lead by a multi Mt EVEREST summiteer.

TRIP ITINERARY

Arrival in Kathmandu

Preparation for the trip and First Aid class

Flight to Lukla (2,840m) and trek to Phakding (2,656m)

Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,440m)

Namche Bazar – Acclimatisation day

Namche Bazar to Mongla or Phortse Thanga (4,040m)

Trek to Dole (4,400m) and rope work training

Trek to Machhermo (4,452m)

Machhermo – Acclimatisation day

Trek to Gokyo lake (4,750m)

Hike up to Gokyo Ri (5,364m)and back to Dangnak

Trek to Zongla (4,830m) and cross over Cho La pass (5,330)

Hike up to High Camp of Lobuche

Summit day of Lobuche peak as part of the training and back to Lobuche

From Lobuche to Gorak Shep (5,180m). Then hike to Kala Pathar and Everest Base Camp

Back to Lobuche

Crossing Khongma La pass and overnight at Chhukung

Hike to Island peak Base Camp and preparation for the summit climb via south ridge

Summit day for Island peak and back to Base Camp or Chhukung

Back to Pangboche

Morning Lama Visit for blessings before trekking to Ama Dablam Base Camp

Rest Day at Base Camp

Preparation for Ama Dablam ascent

Summit Ama Dablam and back to Camp 2

Back to BC

Back to Namche

Back to Kathmandu

International departure

COST & DATES

Trip Date Availability Price Book
October 19, 2019 - November 20, 2019 Available CONTACT US Enquiry
October 17, 2020 - November 18, 2020 Available CONTACT US Enquiry

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