Ama Dablam – Expedition Recap
With all of the team safely back in Kathmandu, our 2020 Ama Dablam expedition is concluding. Thank you for following along. The following team members successfully and safely obtained the summit of Ama Dablam (6812m / 22,349ft) on November 11, 2020, at approximately 11:30 AM NPT (local time):
|1||Mr. Garrett Madison||USA|
|2||Mr. Mohammed Al-Thani||Qatar|
|3||Ms. Jennifer Drummond||USA|
|4||Mr. Ted Hesser||USA|
|5||Mr. Chase Merriam||USA|
|6||Mr. Elia Saikaly||Canada|
|7||Mr. Aang Phurba Sherpa||Nepal|
|8||Mr. Siddhi Bahadur Tamang||Nepal|
|9||Mr. Mingmar Sherpa||Nepal|
|10||Mr. Ming Dorchi Sherpa||Nepal|
|11||Mr. Pasdawa Sherpa||Nepal|
|12||Mr. Pasang Dawa Sherpa||Nepal|
|13||Mr. Pasang Kaji Sherpa||Nepal|
Here is expedition leader, Garrett Madison, with the expedition recap:
Hello, this is Garrett Madison calling in for the Ama Dablam team expedition.
We are all back in Kathmandu now at the Hotel Yak & Yeti. We summited Ama Dablam together on November 11th. We had a beautiful, clear, perfect day upon the summit. Some of us went all the way down to base camp, others stayed in Camp 2 that night, and the following day we all descended to base camp, had a celebration lunch, and then helicoptered back to Kathmandu!
We just had our team celebration dinner and some members are heading off tonight back home and others will be here for a few days. It’s been a wonderful, successful, and safe expedition here in Nepal. We’re very happy that we got to come and experience the wonderful people with warm hearts.
We are looking forward to returning to Nepal next spring for Mount Everest!
In addition to these expedition dispatches, you can also follow our teams as they make their attempts on the world’s most formidable mountains on:
– Amazon Alexa devices with the Madison Mountaineering Flash Briefing skill:
- Enable the skill and add to your flash briefing to hear Garrett Madison’s daily audio expedition updates on select expeditions
– our Garmin inReach Mini powered real-time tracking map:
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