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Damien GildeaMore Than Five

Damien Gildea

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"To date there have only been five ascents from the south"

There has been more than one repeat of the Schell, plus the Koreans repeated the Messner route in 2005 just before Anderson/House did their route. I'd say it's at least eight ?

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Posted Feb 15, 2008 1:23 pm

dmiki"seven 8000 peaks climbed in winter"

dmiki

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Eight have been climbed.

Everest - 17 February 1980, Leszek Cichy and Krzysztof Wielicki (PL)
Manaslu - 14 January 1984, Maciej Berbeka and Ryszard Gajewski (PL)
Dhaulagiri - 21 January 1985, Jerzy Kukuczka and Andrzej Czok (PL)
Cho Oyu - 12 February 1985, Maciej Berbeka and Maciej Pawlikowski (repeated three days later by Andrzej Heinrich and Jerzy Kukuczka) (PL)
Kangchenjunga - 11 January 1986, Jerry Kukuczka and Krzysztof Wielicki (PL)
Annapurna I - 3 February 1987, Jerzy Kukuczka and Artur Hajzer (PL)
Lhotse - 31 December 1988, Krzysztof Wielicki (PL)
Shisha Pangma - 14 January 2005, Simone Moro (IT) and Peter Morawsky (PL)
K2 - none
Makalu - none
Nanga Parbat - none
Gasherbrum I - none
Broad Peak - none
Gasherbrum II - none

Some further info
Posted Mar 24, 2008 5:58 am

BigLeeRe:

BigLee

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It's actually nine 8000'ers that have been climbed in winter as Makulu got climbed this this year. Cheers
Posted Apr 16, 2009 2:58 pm

dmikiRe: Re:

dmiki

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Thanks for the update!

"On or about January 27, 2006, the French mountaineer Jean-Christophe Lafaille disappeared on Makalu while trying to make the first winter ascent.

Makalu was first climbed in winter on February 9th 2009 by Italian Simone Moro and Kazakh Denis Urubko. It was the final Nepali 8000er to be climbed in winter conditions."
Posted Apr 19, 2009 1:38 pm

dmikiRe: Re:

dmiki

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GII 02 Feb 2011 Simone Moro (Italy), Denis Urubko (Kazakhstan), Cory Richards (Canada)
Posted Feb 4, 2011 7:57 am

aaporikHiMountain Nanga Parbat Winter Expedition 2006/2007

aaporik

Voted 9/10

Members of the Team; Krzysztof Wielicki - The expedition leader, Jan Szulc - The deputy expedition leader, Jacek Berbeka - climber, Artur Hajzer - climber, Tommy Heinrich - climber and photographer, Jacek Jawien - climber, Przemyslaw Lozinski - member, Ghulam Rasool from Pakistan as a climber, Hassan Sadpara from Pakistan as a climber, Robert Szymczak as a expedition doctor, Krysztof Tarasewicz as a climber, Dariusz Zaluski as a climber.

Route the expedition choose was Schell Route.

Local partner: Asghar Ali Porik - Jasmine Tours
Posted Oct 6, 2009 1:58 am

aaporikPolish Winter Nanga Parbat Expedition 2008/2009

aaporik

Voted 9/10

Members Jacek Teler - The leader of the expedition, jaroslaw Zurawski as a team member.

Route: Normal Diamir Face
Period of permit: 14-12-2008 to 15-02-2009
Result: unsuccessful reach until Camp 1.
Base camp: successful to establish winter base camp near summer base camp
Local partner: Asghar Ali Porik - Jasmine Tours
Posted Oct 6, 2009 2:05 am

aaporikRussian Solo Winter Nanga Parbat Expedition 2010/2011

aaporik

Voted 9/10

Russian solo Winter Nanga Parbat 8125m Expedition 2010/1011.
Diamir Face
Date of start December 9th, 2010 permit until Feb., 8th, 2011
Climber name Mr. Sergey Tsygankov Nikolayevich

His climbing background

Alps:

Monteblanc
Matterhorn (some times, different routes) incluging solo after 15-th October (almost winter:)) and others less 4000 meters

Caucasus:
Elbrus (solo, winter, normal route)
Ushba (solo NE route)
Laila
Shkhara and others (3000 - 4000 meters), including solo and winter

Ural (only winter):
Kruglitsa
Narodnaya
Manaraga (partly solo, traverse 5 peaks, tempreture -40 C, before -50 C night, winter 2010)

Pamir:
Lenin peak (winter, normal route)
Communism peak (SW route)

Tian Shan:

Khan Tengri (solo, right part of north face)

Andes:
Aconcagua

Altai:

Belukha (some times, incl. winter and solo)
Posted Dec 22, 2010 1:33 am

LucNew Route July 11, 2009

Luc

Voted 10/10

Austro-Canadian north-west buttress.
Alpine Style!
http://www.louisrousseau.com/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFLg3qwFBIk
http://www.explorersweb.com/everest_k2/news.php?id=18965
Posted Jan 24, 2011 12:57 pm

Fausto79Need to Update

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Should update the story facts. MAzeno Ridge was completed last year by Rick Allen and Sandy Allan. Scottish/English team. Took them 11 days i think and some members of the team turned back due to cold weather. Rick and Sandy kept going though and made it to the top via the ridge.

More info here:

http://mazenoridge.com/

Posted Jun 3, 2013 4:57 am

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