Ama Dablam is one of the most spectacular mountains in the world and a true alpinist’s dream, and one of the famous mountain expeditions in the Himalayan ranges of eastern Nepal. Ama Dablam is “Mother and Pearl Necklace”(the perennial hanging glacier is thought of as the pearl. The central peak is 6,812m, along with the other lower western peak with 5563m elevation.
The first gradient to Ama Dablam Expedition was on March 13, 1961, by Mike Gill, Barry Bishop, Mike Ward, and Wally Romanes via the SW ridge. The mountain is regarded as the most challenging climb, so one needs good experience in rock climbing and mountaineering to climb the peak. The Mountaineers have to cross thorny ice rocks and steep snow. The southwest ridge is normal, and the most famous route to ascend is Amadablam. We can see very charming sceneries of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Island peak, Makalu, Khumbu Himalayan, and the rest of the snow-capped peaks from the top of its summit, which is the absolute pleasure of any trek. Mountaineers usually make three high camps while climbing Ama Dablam; the route up to the first camp is the toughest via the rugged saddle ridges and rocky grounds, which turn to the north side of climbing.
One must cross the rocky bowl and climb the ridge through the fixed lines to reach camp II. Crossing over the severe rocks and ridge then leads you towards camp 2. The route from camp II is usually used mainly with the steep mixed alleyways of snow, ice, and rock. The route leads to the snow and ice tunnel. After that, it finally leads towards the snow ridge to go camping III.