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  Krzysztof Wielicki (Poland)


For Makalu 2001 with Krzysztof Wielicki see here.
8000 Meter Peak Year
Mount Everest 1980
Broad Peak 1984
Manaslu 1984
Kangchenjunga 1986
Makalu 1986
Lhotse 1988
Dhaulagiri 1990
Annapurna 1991
Cho Oyu 1993
Shishapangma 1993
Gasherbrum II 1995
Gasherbrum I 1995
K2 1996
Nanga Parbat 1996

Krzysztof Wielicki - 8000 meter peaks Notes:

Mount Everest  (February 17, 1980) - normal route from Nepal in winter with Leszek Cichy. First ever winter ascent of a Summit of a 8000 meter peak.

Broad Peak (1984) - normal route, the first ever ascent on a summit of 8000 meter peak in one day (16 hours up, 6 hours down), solo.

Manaslu (1984) - new route on South-South-East Face (with Alexander Lwow) 

Kangchenjunga (1986) - normal route, first winter ascent (with Jerzy Kukuczka).

Makalu (1986) - normal route, alpine style (with Marcel Ruedi).

Lhotse (1988) - normal route, first winter ascent, solo.

Dhaulagiri (1990) - new route on the East Face, solo (16 hours up to the top)

Annapurna (1991) - by British route on South Face (with Bogdan Stefko)

Manaslu (1992) - normal route (with Marco Bianchi and Christian Kuntner)

Cho Oyu (1993) - by Polish route (with Marco Bianchi)

Shisha Pangma (1993) - new route on the South Face, solo

Gasherbrum II (1995) - normal route, solo

Gasherbrum I (1995) - Japan route, alpine style, (with Carlos Carsolio, Ed Viesturs, Jacek Berbeka) 

K2 (1996) - North Pillar (with Marco Bianchi and Christian Kuntner) 

Nanga Parbat (1996) - Kinshofer route, solo.

Makalu 2001 with Krzysztof Wielicki

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