Solukhumbu Treks & Expedition has recently organized Mt. Amadablam expedition at 6,814 m / 22,355 ft high.
A magnificent and attractive mountain looking from southern west directions, as the name stands Amadablam meaning “Mother with a Jewel Box” in Sherpa and Tibetan language, certainly it looks like a great mother with hands wide open with large chunk of ice that’s attached close to the neck neat Amadablam summit top.
Mt. Amadablam at 6,814m / 22,355 ft high summit, located above Imja valley around south east of beautiful Khumbu and Everest region, just above the summer settlement of Dingboche and Pangboche village, regarded as one of the most beautiful peak in whole Himalaya region and probably in the world also.
The climb on top Amadablam requires good experience of mountaineering skills and physical health, as this is one of the toughest and high technical mountain to climb, at present it is getting popular among hard-core mountaineers as a good practice and experience climb before joining other higher tough mountain expeditions.
Starting this fabulous adventure Mt. Amadablam expedition with a short scenic flight to Lukla the gateway to Everest base camp and other adventure destination, walk leads towards nice traditional Sherpa farm villages and well tended terraces, as the walk progress leading higher to famous Namche Bazaar with all kinds facilities from banks-post-office-cyber café, fresh bakeries-hotels-lodges and restaurants with many shops and well socked stores.
Mt. Amadablam expedition provides excellent climbing experience with marvelous with Buddhist culture and scenic diversions.
Our route leads by the original South West Ridge. This provides excellent climb, sustained as reasonable level of difficulty and with good camp platforms at strategic points along the route.
After spending maximum of two weeks with tough and excellent climb from the base camp to reach the summit top, after a successful ascent return journey back to Lukla for the flight back to Kathmandu, after an enjoyable and most exciting moment around high Khumbu peaks on Mt. Amadablam expeditions with great service of Solukhumbu Treks & Expedition.
Solukhumbu Treks & Expedition offers delightful and interesting sightseeing tours with never a dull movement where our guide will lead you to the wonders of Nepal from old monuments, temples and monasteries to mid hills home stay where you will enjoy the way of life of local natives of the Himalayan villages and traveling to scenic picturesque Pokhara valley with its beautiful lake Phewa (Fewa) and Begnas with reflection of snow capped peaks on its serene crystal clear lakes and travel to Nepal’s and Asia’s best National Park in Chitwan for Jungle Safari and beyond to Bardiya.
Peak climbing in Nepal is one of the popular activities. Hundreds of peaks are open for climbing. Island Peak (6200 m) and Lobuche peak (6200 m) are popular in Everest region. Pisang peak, Chulu East and West are popular peaks in Manang area. Peak climbing Nepal is technical and should get permission from Nepal Government.
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