Climbing Ama Dablam Day 19: Change in itinerary, trek to Dingboche

From base camp we trek to Dingboche following a high route that contours Ama Dablam.

Did You Know?

The Himalayas cover about 75% of the whole country of Nepal.

Find Your Fit Fact

When walking at night it is best to wear some reflective clothing. This allows you to be seen by drivers from all kinds of angles.

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Nepali Freeze Tag

Objective: The basis of this lesson is to introduce an aspect of Nepali culture and language. Students will understand that if they were to travel to Nepal to walk the Great Himalaya Trail, they would have to understand the basic greetings of Nepal. They need to understand that hello will not always be understood in other countries.

Activity Description: Ask the children what they would do if they ran into a friend of the street (you will get answers like hello, hi, a handshake, a high-five or hug), once the children have answered the question, ask them if they know how to greet someone in another language (you might get a bonjour or a greeting in another language). Explain to the children how the people of Nepal would greet each other with Namaste.

The concept of this game is the same as freeze tag. There will be 2-3 taggers depending on the size of the class. The children will spread out around the gym and the taggers will be up front. On the word go, the taggers will go out and chase the children. If a child is tagged they must freeze on the spot where they were tagged. The only way for a child to become unfrozen is when another child comes up and they greet each other in the traditional Nepali way. They must stand in front of each other, put their palms together, bow their heads and say “Namaste”. Children who are un-freezing another child may not be tagged. The game will run for 2-3 minutes and then you switch taggers for another round.

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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 18: Rest Day at Base Camp

This is a rest day. The point to remember is that every time we are on the hill we won’t eat enough, drink enough or sleep enough. So rest days such as this at Base Camp are vitally important to catch up—so the nibbles are out again and we take in another DVD movie for those with the energy.

Did You Know?

The Himalayas are the third largest deposit of snow and ice in the world after the Arctic and the Antarctic.

Find Your Fit Fact

Exercises that strengthen your abs can help you walk better. Think sit-ups, crunches, and the plank.

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Crevasse Rescue

Objective: This activity will be about co-operation and leadership. It will be focused on teamwork as well as helping out other students to reach a common goal. The purpose of this activity will get students to help each other and think of strategy for getting to the goal. This game will focus on thinking and strategy as well as incorporate throwing, catching, jumping and balance.

Materials Needed: You will need bean bags, four cones, and a large quantity of hoola-hoops.

Activity Description:

When the students are in a circle explain how when climbing mountains, climbers work in teams in case one of them gets stranded and needs rescuing. As the weather warms some parts of the mountain become more dangerous because the snow and ice begins to melt and crevasses form making the pathway more dangerous for the climbers.

Have the students split off into pairs. One partner will be the climber and one will be the rescue expert. Set up a rectangular grid in the gym using cones and inside the cones place hoola-hoops. The first round will have the hoola-hoops fairly fair apart but you will add on more as the game progresses.

On the teachers signal, the mountain climber will have to make her or his way through the ice field on the glacier. When they come to a hoop (or “crevasse”) they must jump over it. if the climber lands in or on the crevasse they fall in and must be rescued by the rescue expert. The rescue expert is watching from outside the cone grid and when the climber falls into a crevasse he or she must underhand toss a bean bag (or rescue rope) to the stranded climber. Only once the climber has been rescued may they continue on their journey. Once the climber has successfully crossed the ice field, they switch roles. As the game progresses you may move the hoops closer together making it harder for the climber to get across because it will reduce her or his landing area.

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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 17: Return to Base Camp and Rest

We pack the gear up and leave everything we can at C1. We descend, stash our climbing gear, and then drop back down to base camp.

Did You Know?

There are a lot of fast flowing rivers in Nepal which can be used for activities such as rafting and kayaking.

Find Your Fit Fact

When walking, your eyes should be focused ahead on a point on the street or track which is about 3-6 meters ahead of you.

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Math Movers

Objective: Students will learn to solve math-related problems and equations while on the move. This is a cooperative activity in which partners must communicate effectively (using a two-person, fast paced format) to position number cards (retrieved from either the center of the room or far side of the room depending on set up) on a math “scorecard” (attached) positioned at each pair’s “home base.” Before beginning this lesson, students must be able to perform basic loco-motor skills. Also, students should have had exposure to the corresponding math topics during classroom instruction.This activity will allow students to work together in pairs or small groups and use cooperation and teamwork skills. It will also effectively add math skills into the physical activity, which students will have to solve math problems correctly to complete their “scorecard”.

Material Needed: (For 24 students): 12 cones for starting at a home base, 12 math “scorecards” (with grade-level specific problems), 2 folding mats placed flat on floor, pedometers (if available), music, obstacles and several hundred number cards.

Activity Description:

Place one cone for each pair of students around the gym as far away from the middle circle as possible. The middle circle will be called the “peak” of the mountain, which will contain all the number cards that students have to retrieve. You can create an obstacle course for students to do before reaching the “peak” of the mountain, or simply choose different locomotive patterns.

Players form pairs and share one math “scorecard.” On the “go” signal, one player at a time starts at their home base jogging quickly to the other end of the room to retrieve one number card from the hundreds placed face down on two large folding mats. No peeking! Upon returning to their home base the card is strategically placed face up on the scorecard. It is common for players to move these cards multiple times on their scorecard during the game for the best possible use of number combinations as more cards are added. Waiting is replaced in this fast-paced game by engaging students cognitively in solving math equations and creating appropriate numbered patterns while a partner is retrieving the next card.

Typically, pairs will retrieve number cards that do not fit well on their scorecards as it begins to fill up. Thus, a “trading place” is created (also located far away promoting movement using a hula hoop and five number cards placed face up inside) that students may travel to and exchange unused cards with a more compatible one that can help pairs complete the assigned task. Students are reminded that the “trading place” is a place of exchange (one for one) and not a dumping ground for unwanted cards.

This game is continuous in nature. First place, etc., is never announced publicly. When groups feel their scorecard is completed accurately they signal for the teacher to check their work. At this point, the teacher either makes suggested changes or congratulates the group, asks them to return their cards to the mats and they begin again. Thus, the challenge becomes how many times you can move quickly, complete your scorecard, and enjoy the challenge.

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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 16: Recce to Camp Two

Another easy start to the day. After breakfast and plenty of hot drinks, we’ll put the harnesses on and recce the route along towards Camp 2. The route is fabulous and is on great rock. The majority of the going is very pleasant scrambling and there are a couple of sections of easy climbing. After mooching as far as we fancy along the ropes we’ll return to Camp 1 to get the stoves on again. This will be our second night at Camp 1.

Did You Know?

Nepal has the highest lake in the world at a height of 4800 meters.

Find Your Fit Fact

You should also avoid looking down as you are walking. Sometimes this can be difficult in areas where there is heavy snowfall or tricky terrain. Good posture is important so as to avoid getting a sore back.

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Mountain Climbers

Objective: This is a fun activity that will integrate math as well as demonstrate the thrill and excitement of successfully climbing a mountain. This is great for larger classes but can also be done with small class sizes. In this activity students will get a understanding of how hard it is to “climb a mountain”, and also the joy that comes along with summitting a mountain. This game can use a variety of locomotion skills, combined with math skills, which makes it a great activity to use in PE class.

Materials needed:

  • 15 hoops
  • 15 dice
  • 6 cones
  • 8 hurdles

Activity Description:

Setup for this activity will probably take a few minutes so it would be better to set up prior to class. Start by placing the 15 hoops, of 5 different colors in a mountain/pyramid shape (i.e. 5 in the first row, then 4, then 3 and so on) in the middle of the gym. In each hoop place 2 dice. Place four cones on the four corners of the gym and two at the base of the mountain to signify the starting point. Place the eight hurdles, four on each long side of the gym.

To start, have the students make two lines in front of each of the bottom 5 hoops. The first two students from each line will move into the hoops to start. One student will roll the two dices and add their product, and the other student will do the same. Whichever student rolls the higher product gets to move to the second set of hoops as he or she climbs the mountain and waits to be joined by another student. The student who rolls the lesser product, will have to do a full lap around the gym, hopping over the obstacles (hurdles). Once they do a lap around the gym, they will join a line and wait to “climb the mountain” again. The game continues this way until two players finally reach the peak of the mountain with only one winning and successfully completing the mountain.

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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 15: First Night at Camp One (5800 m.)

It’s now time to move and sleep further up the hill. We pack up and make our way up to the slabs below Camp 1 where we’ll have our harnesses, helmets, and climbing gear stashed. We’ll spend the rest of the afternoon brewing up and rehydrating whilst enjoying the awesome views. We will sleep will at Camp 1 for the first time (5,800m).

Did You Know?

Despite its name, the snow leopard is actually more closely related to the tiger than the actual leopard.

Find Your Fit Fact

Another mistake people make when walking is that they walk without any arm motion. You should keep your arms bent at an angle of about 90 degrees and you should swing them back and forth in pattern with your leg motion.

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Odd/Even Tag

  • Have the students start in partner formation.
  • One student will be designated as odd numbers, while the other student is designated even numbers.
  • Be aware of your space, and remind students of safety concerns throughout the activity.
  • Have the students move in general space as “friends” (near each other).
  • Once the teacher yells freeze, partners will stand back to back.
  • The teacher will call out odd or even, or the teacher can call out math problems to solve. For example, 3 x 4 = 12 so even would be it.
  • The object is to tag your partner only. If you tag your partner, your partner than becomes the tagger.
  • The game continues until the teacher shouts freeze, where partners go back to back again, and there will be a new math problem called.
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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 14: Return to Advanced Base Camp

After a leisurely base camp breakfast, we rest for the morning. After an early lunch, we trek back up to ABC in the afternoon. It’s much easier the second time around because we will have left most of our gear there from the first visit.

Did You Know?

Nepal is the only country with a flag that is non-quadrilateral.

Find Your Fit Fact

Not all shoes are good for walking. Your walking shoes should not be too heavy, but they should have the proper cushioning. They should not be too old. You should be replacing your shoes after every 500-700 kilometers. They also should not be too small or too big. In other words, you want them to be as Goldilocks would say, “Just Right.”

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Yeti vs Climbers

Objectives: Perform efficient, creative and expressive movement patterns consistent with an active lifestyle.

Materials needed:

  • Pinnies for the yeti to wear.

Activity Description:

While the class is sitting in front of you, you can choose 2-3 students to be the taggers or “yeti”. The rest of the class will be called “climbers.” Explain to the group that the objective is for the climbers not to be caught by the yeti. Tell them the gym floor is Mt. Everest and the lines on the floor are ropes descending from the peak of the mountain. The only way climbers can escape is by going from rope to rope on the mountain. They must always have 1 foot on a rope at all times. Failing to keep 1 foot on a rope or being tagged by a yeti, results in the climber stepping outside the mountain, doing 5 push-ups before climbing again.

All students must remain on the lines of the gym floor inside the general space. Only if they get tagged they are allowed to step outside the general space to do their 5 push-ups. Give students cues about not pushing or shoving and not tagging hard if you are a tagger. Allow 7-10 minutes for this activity switching taggers once or twice.

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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 13: Find Your Fit Friday

It’s about a two hour descent back down to base camp so we may want to just pack and go have breakfast in the base camp. We rest and relax in the sun for the rest of the day and catch up on sleeping, drinking, and eating after our first foray to Camp 1.

Did You Know?

Nepal is the birthplace of Buddha which makes it a great place for followers of the religion to do a pilgrimage.

Happy Find Your Fit Friday! Find Your Fit! is a provincial physical activity promotions/communications campaign designed to get individuals motivated and moving towards healthy, active living. The Find Your Fit! website is an excellent resource for physical activity throughout the lifespan.

Happy Find Your Fit Friday to ALL! TA is the ambassador for Recreation Newfoundland and Labrador's Find Your Fit Campaign. How You Found Your Fit this week?

Happy Find Your Fit Friday to ALL!
TA is the ambassador for Recreation Newfoundland and Labrador’s Find Your Fit Campaign.
How You Found Your Fit this week?

Find Your Fit Fact

One mistake people make when they are walking is that they try to overstride. The natural inclination is to increase your stride but this is the wrong way to look at things since it makes your walking clumsy. Instead, you should be looking to maintain your stride length but simply be moving faster (increasing your cadence).

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Walk Across Nepal

Objective: To get students physically active in a short amount of time.

Materials needed: individual jump ropes for roughly 1/2-2/3 of class, 10-20 hula hoops, 4-8 long jump ropes, 6-10 small (6-10″) hurdles, 15-20 poly spots, 8-10 cones/domes, cones to mark challenges & course, music to motivate!

Activity Description:

- Start by telling the students they get to hike across Nepal on the Great Himalaya Trail. On their way across the high Himalaya, they will encounter several obstacles, (modify the story based on grade level.)

- At the beginning of their hike they perform 10 push-ups (traditional or modified) to scare the yetis off the mountain. The students then hike to the hot springs.

- Hot springs are set up as a jump rope area. Students jump rope 15 times near the hot springs, then jog to the swamp.

- The swamp consists of hula hoops set up in a line of two rows. Students run through the hoops with high knees (so they don’t get stuck in the swamp). Then they jog to the rivers area.

- The students leap over the rivers, which are two long jump ropes running parallel to each other, use any number of rivers. Then students hike or jog to the creek.

- Students cross the creek by hopping from rock to rock (polyspot to polyspot). Then then continue to the caves.

- The caves are picnic tables with benches. Children perform 10 bench push ups or 10 crunches to scare away the trolls that live under in the caves (under the tables).

- Then they run over to the boulders. Students jump or leap over the boulders (hurdles), then continue to the switchback path. Since switchback paths are used for very steep places in a trail, mark a zigzag pathway using cones.

- Then onto the rocky ledge at the top of a mountain. Students have reached the top of the mountain when balanced on the rocky ledge (a bench or curb).

- Students then take a different pathway down the mountain, to the beginning.

- Students continue hiking up and down the mountain until time is up. (usually 5-8 minutes – a few songs when playing music).

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Audio Post Acclimatization Climb to Camp One (5669 m)

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Where is TA? Location of Ama Dablam Advanced Base Camp.

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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 12: Acclimatization Climb to Camp 1

Acclimatization day. The sun hits Advanced Base Cmap quite early and thankfully there is no rush to be up and about. So after a leisurely breakfast and having aired our sleeping bags we wander up to Camp 1. From ABC we follow the trail for 20 minutes before we enter the boulder field. There are various route choices through here but they all end at the slabs below Camp 1. The slabs are technically very easy but the consequences of a slip would cause some nasty grazes so we don harnesses and use the fixed rope. After a visit at Camp 1, we drop back down and have a 2nd night at Advanced Base Camp.

Did You Know?

You can see the Bengal Tiger and the one horned rhinoceros in Nepal.

Find Your Fit Fact

Walking also slows the aging process. Being sedentary means your muscles atrophy since they are not being used. Walking will help you to maintain muscle mass and health as well. You should be walking throughout your lifespan.

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Icefall Walk

Objective: Have the student rely on each other to navigate and overcome obstacles

Materials Needed: Random obstructions (Hurdles, hula hoops, balls)

Activity Description:

- Scatter the equipment all over the floor from one end of the activity area to the other

- Have the students work in pairs

- One partner is wears a blindfold while the other works as a guide to instruct their partner through the icefall

- The instructing partner is not to touch their partner at any time.

- One partner is wears a blindfold while the other works as a guide to instruct their partner through the icefall.

- Once they cross the icefall (i.e., activity area), they switch places. If they touch an obstacle at any time, they are to switch places and they go back to the beginning.

- Make the activity harder or easier by adding or subtracting equipment.

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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 11: First Climb to Advanced Base Camp (5350 m.)

After our final preparations for our first foray up the hill, we will have an early lunch at Base Camp. We start along the easy trail and then gradually gain height along the ridge as we pass the old airfield at Mingbo. There are a couple of steeper sections that will get the lungs going, and then the angle eases off for the final 30 minutes to Advance Base Camp, which is sited on some flat platforms created at around 5,350m.

Did You Know?

Some of the major rivers in the world originate from the Himalayas including The Yangtze River, The Brahmaputra and The Ganges.

Find Your Fit Fact

If you don’t have many friends who walk, you might want to consider joining a walker’s club. This allows you to make new friends and surround yourself with people who might want to achieve some of the same things as you.

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Yeti Tag

Materials Needed: Pinnies for taggers.

Activity Description: Starting with 2-5 people being “it” (depending on numbers); the taggers must walk around with their knees and elbows straight, walking like a Yeti. When a tagger tags someone, they become a yeti as well. The game keeps going until everyone is a yeti.

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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 10: Base Camp Puja

After the Base Camp Puja, which is conducted by a lama who visits from Pangboche, we will have time to start sorting the loads for our first carry.

Did You Know?

A popular fast food in Nepal are called Momo. These are dumplings made from flour dough filled with chicken, water buffalo, or vegetables.

Find Your Fit Fact

One tool that can really help you to gauge whether you are walking far enough or fast enough is a pedometer. Your phone, if it is an Android or iPhone, can actually double up as a pedometer. Ideally, you should be taking at least 10,000 steps every single day.

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Crevasse Crumble (rolling rocks)

Objective: Have students learn the difference between stalagmites and stalactites while being active at the same time.

Materials Needed: 20 tennis balls, 20 marker cones (10 of each colour), 6 small soft balls or size 1 mini footballs.

Activity Description:

Set up 10 cones with a tennis ball on each at either end of the hall, with a centre line which players must not cross and divide the group into 2 equal teams.

- The objective of the game is to roll the soft balls to try and knock the tennis balls off the opposing teams cones. The game is continuous and is played until all balls are knocked off.

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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 9: Rest and Technical Skills Day

This is a rest and technical training day. We have a very thorough session on the use of jumars, belay devices, prussiks and appropriate techniques for dealing with fixed ropes. It is very good to put all this in to practise one last time before we start to use these skills for real. We also cover radio procedures, mountain skills and have a look at the comprehensive first aid kit.

Did You Know?

Namaste means I salute the God in you. The same greeting is also used in neighbouring India.

Find Your Fit Fact

Walking helps you live a longer life. A study on about 8000 people in Honolulu, Hawaii found that walking just three kilometers a day can help decrease the risk of death by about half. Other studies have yielded similar results.

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Mountaineers Tail

Outcome: Students will have to find creative ways to communicate with their fellow classmates, work as a team, and raise their energy levels.

Materials: 3 Bandanas or scarves

Setup: N/A

Rules and procedures:

The activity will begin by defining the boundaries for the activity. Divide the group into at least 3 teams. Each team forms a train by holding on to each others’ shoulders. The person at the back of each line gets a “Mountaineers Tail” (bandana or scarf). The tail is tucked into their back pocket so it is sticking out. The object is for the head of the Mountaineer Train to grab the tail of another Mountaineer Train, while at the same time protecting its own tail.

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Climbing Ama Dablam Day 8: Reaching Ama Dablam Base Camp (4450 m.)

After breakfast, we visit the monastery at ‘Upper Pangboche.’ This is a beautiful quiet village just 15 minutes easy walking above Pangboche. After our first ‘puja’ (blessing) of the trip, we drop back down to Sonam Lodge for an early lunch. We then cross the Dudh Kosi for the last time (this time on a fantastic cantilever bridge) and make our way up to our Base Camp (4,450m). We don’t stay at the regular Base Camp location, but prefer to use a small Yak Kharka (pasture) a couple of hundred metres away. This is a much better, quieter location and the water supply is much cleaner.

Did You Know?

People in Nepal do not always greet each other using a handshake but instead, they put their palms together and bow their forehead and say “Namaste.”

Find Your Fit Fact

Walking helps maintain and develop your brainpower. In a study, funded by the National Council on Aging, published in the July 29, 1999 issue of Nature, found that those who undertook a walking regime were mentally sharper.

Find Your Fit Activity Suggestion: Yeti Tag

Objective: To get the students active while learning to avoid obstacles.

Materials needed: None

Activity Description:

- Select a group of students (4-5) to start as “Yeti’s”, they have the power to “Yetify” the other players by tagging them.

- Yeti’s must move around the space by walking only

- The other students must run to avoid them

- When a player is tagged, that student is now a Yeti. The game ends when everyone has become a Yeti.

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Audio Post, Blessing and arrival at base camp

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