Ama Dablam is sometimes called the 'Matterhorn of the Himalayas' and for good reason. It is one of the most eye-catching and stunning peaks you will ever see. Viewable from several sections of the trek to Everest base camp, it tempts people back to climb it every year. It is a relatively technical climb reaching 6856m above sea level and requires significant mountaineering experience to climb.
In mid November 2011 we are running a 4 week expedition to climb Ama Dablam and it is open to those climbers with experience of climbing at 'AD' alpine standard and preferably with experience of altitude to 6000m.
Further information on this climb will shortly be published on this webpage, but please feel free to contact us for more information now or to discuss your application for the team.