MARCIN MIOTK – Everest – pierwsze polskie wejście bez użycia tlenu.

MARCIN MIOTK (Born in 1973) – alpinist, athlete, member of polish national mountaineering team.

In 2005 Marcin became the first Pole to climb Mount Everest without oxygen in a solo, unsupported summit push, which was recognized in Poland by prestigious Kolosy award and given a special mention in the international ExplorersWeb Award.

In the Himalaya he also scaled Shisha Pangma Middle (8013 m) and Cho Oyu (8201 m) and took part in expeditions on Annapurna South Face (8091 m) and Nanda Devi East (7434 m).

In 2007 he completed the Snow Leopard program having climbed all 7000m peaks in the ex-Soviet Union including Chan Tengri (7010 m), Pobeda Peak (7439 m), Peak Korzhenevskaya (7105 m), Communism/Ismail Samani Peak (7495 m), Lenin/Avicenna Peak (7134 m).

Elected in 2008 Marcin is the president of largest mountaineering organization in Poland – the Warsaw Mountaineering Club, which brings together more than a thousand of climbers, trekkers and other lovers of various kinds of mountain sports. He gives lectures and speeches on climbing in the Himalayas.

Climbing  CV:

  • 1997 – Mount Blanc (4807 m);
  • 1998 – Elbrus (5642 m),  Caucases
  • 1999 – Aconcagua (6959 m),  Andes
  • 1999 – Shisha Pangma Middle (8013 npm), Tibetan Himalaya
  • 2002 – Mount Kenya (5199 m)
  • 2002 – Chan Tengri (7010 m),  Tien Shan, Kyrgyzstan
  • 2003Cho Oyu (8201 m), The Himalayas, Tibet – climbed directly from Camp II (7000 m)
  • 2004 – Pobeda Peak (7439 m), Tien Shan, Kyrgyzstan
  • 2005 – Annapurna (8091 m) – Bonington Route on South Face, 7400 m reached
  • 2005Mount Everest (8848 m), Tibet – first polish ascent without oxygen, solo
  • 2006 – Communism/Ismail Samani Peak (7495 m),  Peak Korzhenevskaya (7105 m), Pamir Mountains, Tajikistan
  • 2007 – Lenin/Avicenna Peak (7134 m), Pamir Mountains, Kyrgyzstan  – Snow Leopard Title
  • 2008 – Denali/Mc Kinley (6134 m), Alaska, USA
  • 2009 – Nanda Devi East (7434 m),  Indian Himalayas – 6900 m reached

* website : – http://www.miotk.pl/

MARCIN MIOTK – alpinista młodego pokolenia, fotograf, filmowiec. Od kilku lat sukcesywnie realizuje swoje marzenia związane z górami wysokimi. Mimo młodego wieku zdobył kilka trudnych szczytów, w tym trzy szczyty ośmiotysięczne. W roku 2004 Marcin zdobył Pik Pobiedy (7439 m n.p.m.) – jeden z najtrudniejszych siedmiotysięczników świata. W roku 2005 roku spełnił swoje wielkie marzenie – jako pierwszy Polak wszedł na Mount Everest bez używania dodatkowego tlenu.

· 1999 – ANDY, ACONCAGUA (6959 m) – samotne wejście od strony Plaza Argentina
· 1999 – HIMALAJE, SHISHA PANGMA MIDDLE (8013 m)
· 2001 – ANDY, HUANA POTOSI (6088 m)
· 2002 – MT KENIA (5199 m)
· 2002 – TIEN SHAN, CHAN TENGRI (7010 m)
· 2003 – HIMALAJE, CHO OYU (8201 m) – szybki atak z obozu II (7000 m n.p.m.)
· 2004 – TIEN SHAN, PIK POBIEDY (7439 m) – szybkie wejście w stylu alpejskim
· 2005 – HIMALAJE, ANNAPURNA (8091 m) – dojście do 7300 m drogą Bonningtona
· 2005 – HIMALAJE, MOUNT EVEREST (8850 m) – pierwsze polskie wejście bez użycia tlenu, samotnie, bez pomocy Szerpów

Więcej o wyprawach Marcina na stronie www.miotk.pl

Droga wejścia – Everest North 2005 – pierwsze polskie wejście bez użycia tlenu.

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