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EverestHistory.com: Vladislav Terzyul, Ukraine


Vladislav Terzyul, Ukraine, born in 1953.

List of his climbs: Over 8000 meters peaks:

Kangchenjunga, 1993, east ridge, International Expedition

K2, 1994, Abruzzi route, Ukrainian Expedition/Odessa Alpine Club

Broad Peak, 1995, Main (8047 m) west edge and north ridge, International Expedition

Gasherbrum II, 1996, classic route, International Expedition

Annapurna, 1996, north-west ridge, new route, Polish International Expedition

Nanga Parbat, 1997, Diamir face, Ukrainian Expedition 

Everest, 1999, from north side, Ukrainian National Expedition

Shishapangma, 2000, classic route. Central (8013 m), Ukrainian National Expedition

Cho Oyu, 2000, classic route, solo

Manaslu, 2001, south-east ridge, new route, Ukrainian National Expedition.

In summer 2003 he summited Hidden Peak (8068 m) in alpine style without supplementary oxygen as usual.

Climbs to the highest peaks (over 7000 m) of former Soviet Union - Lenin Peak, Komunizma Peak (twice), Korzhenevskoy Peak (twice), Pobeda Peak.

Numerous climbs in mountains region of Caucasus, Pamir, Tian-Shan, Himalayas, Karakorum, the most prominent peaks Nanda-Devi (1991) east ridge, Rackiot (1994), Ama-Dablam (1998).

Skiing down from the top of Cho Oyu and from 7400 meters on Shishapangma.

All the climbs were made without oxygen.

New information about the recent Tian-Shan expedition. Mr. Terzyul summited Mt. Than-Tengri (6995 meters) the most beautiful and picturesque peak of the region and the fifth highest summit on the former USSR territory and confirms the title of Snow Leopard. At any case now he is one of the best mountaineers of CIS countries.

Update Spring 2002: Vladislav Terzyul summits Lhotse!

Update Autumn 2002: Vladislav Terzyul summits Dhaulagiri! and the report!

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