Surrounded by, Everest, Lothse and Cho Oyu, some of the highest mountains on earth, Ama Dablam is one of the most elegant mountains on the planet and the view of its west face, from the Panboche monastery, is truly breathtaking. The first ascent took place in 1961 by an expedition led by Sir Edmund Hillary who traveled the southwest ridge and described it as extraordinarily difficult. Today this itinerary is considered medium-difficult. Mountaineers who reach the summit for this itinerary can be proud because even this route, which is the easiest on the mountain, is still complex and demanding. A classic on mixed terrain; rock with difficulty up to V, sharp crests, and sections of snow and ice up to 50 ° 60 °.
The approach to Base Camp (5,200m.), Unlike the other Himalayan mountains, does not include glacier routes.
The fields at altitude will be 3.


Day 1 Departure from Italy with Qatar flight.
Day 2 Arrival in Kathamndu, meeting with our. correspondent, transfer and hotel accommodation.
Day 3 Kathmandu. Preparation day.
Day 4 Flights Kathmandu – Lukla. Arrival and start of trekking for Phakding. Arrival and accommodation in the lodge.
Day 5 Trek phakding – Namche Bazaar. Arrival and accommodation in the lodge.
Day 6 Namche Bazaar. Sosta di acclimatamento a Namche.
Day 7 Trek Namche Bazaar – Tengboche. Arrival and accommodation in the lodge.
Day 8 Trek Tengboche-Pangboche. Arrival and accommodation in the lodge.
Day 9 Trek Pangboche – base camp Ama Dablam. Arrival and installation of the camp.
Day 10-22 Days dedicated to the ascent of Ama Dablam.
Day 23-24 Trek base camp-Lukla.
Day 25 Volo Lukla – Kathmandu. Arrival, transfer to the hotel. Day off.
Day 26 Kathmandu. In the evening boarding on the flight to Italy

  • Shipping takes 26 days
  • Excellent physical condition
  • Difficulty: difficult
  • Groups of 4/6 people
  • Accommodation in hotel, lodge and tent
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The price includes

  • Hotel bed and breakfast (3 notti).
  • Transfers from / to the airports.
  • Flight Kathmandu-Lukla and return.
  • Transport to Base Camp 50 kg. each climber, 25 kg on return (personal equipment).
  • Transportation of common equipment.
  • Accommodation in the lodge during the trek, as scheduled
  • Cook and kitchen boy (equipment, pay, food, insurance, transport).
  • Liason Officer (equipment, pay, food, insurance, transportation).
  • 2 pax tents and mattresses.
  • Food for base camp.
  • Kitchen equipment, canteen tent, kitchen tent, dressing table tent, tables, chairs.
  • Fuel.
  • Royalty for the mountain.
  • Garbage dump.
  • Personal insurance for travel assistance, medical expenses and baggage.
  • Mountain Guide Assistance.

The fee does not include

  • International flight
  • Airport fees.
  • Nepalese and Tibetan visas.
  • Possible shipment of material by cargo and related customs and airport costs.
  • Overnight stays and extra transport due to personal reasons.
  • Personal equipment for the climb and food above the Base Camp.
  • Food at the hotel and all the extras in Kathmandu.
  • Transport of extra weight to Base Camp and back.
  • Anything not expressly mentioned in the The price includes

High altitude Sherpa

The cost of a high altitude Sherpa for all 8,000 meters. corresponds to 2,400 US $. This fee includes personal equipment, salary, all base camp services and expenses for the Puja ceremony. Any tips are at the discretion and full charge of the shipment. (data updated to 1st July 2004)


You can have 3 or 4 liter cylinders. Prices range from US $ 250 to US $ 280 per cylinder.
The mask + regulator kit costs US $ 400 per piece.

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