Video: An Expedition to Ama Dablam

Ama Dablam is one of the most stunningly beautiful mountains you could ever hope to see, and yet because it sits in the shadow of Mt. Everest, and falls below 8000 meters in height, it rarely gets the attention it deserves. That isn’t the case in this video, which is a documentary that follows a climbing team on an expedition to the Nepali peak. While not overly technical, and “just” 6812 meters (22,349 ft) in height, Ama Dablam is still an imposing challenge for any climber heading to the Himalaya. Here, you’ll get a sense of what it is like to climb to the top, with plenty of great views of this exceptional peak along the way.

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  1. Awesome-thank you so much-it gave me a real sense of what a climb like this entails.I did some rock climbing with John Long, Ron Kauk and Jim Bridwell when I was putting the film Cliffhanger together but this was a totally different and very neat experience.

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