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 Ama Dablam 2002

Ama Dablam, considered by many as the most beautiful mountain in Nepal, is a great climbing challenge at 6812 meters. It is also a great introduction to climbing at altitude with exposed climbing from all sides and a wonderful view from the summit.

This spring there are 4 expeditions to Ama Dablam,

1.) Ultimate Ascents led by Fabrizio Zangrilli. The report: Fabrizio Zangrilli, Ama Dablam, the White Limbo, and K2

2.) Mark Watson leading an American expedition

3.) Hans Kammerlander leading a group from Italy.

Short news from Germany: Yesterday (4/25/2002) Hans Kammerlander summitted Ama Dablam. He was accompanied by Hartmann Seeber. A German TV-Team was waiting in base camp while Hartmann Seeber sent pictures live from the mountain to basecamp and then via satellite to the German TV. Gerd

Update 5/2/2002: Leader of the Expedition team Mr. Johann Hans Kammerlander (1956), Mountain Guide from Campo Tures, BZ, Italy and one of the members Mr. Hartmann Seeber (1965), climber, from Brunico, BZ, Italy have been successful to reach the summit of 6812 meter high Mt. Ama Dablam on 25th April 2002 at 12:45 pm. They had started from Camp I for the Summit on the same day. The three member Kammerlander Group Expedition team was permitted to climb Mt. Ama Dablam from South West Ridge during the Spring Season of the year 2002 under the leadership of Mr. Johann Hans Kammerlander. Compiled by Bikrum Pandey, A Himalayan Professional of Nepal  02 May 2002

4.) Nemesio Matalobos leading a SPainish group CBA-SARA Expedition

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