I am an international, IFMGA-certified mountaing guide, Polish instructor of alpine skiing and skipper for Royal Yachting Assocation. Prior to […]
I am an international, IFMGA-certified mountaing guide, Polish instructor of alpine skiing and skipper for Royal Yachting Assocation. Prior to getting this licence, I had graduated from the Faculty of Law, Univeristy of Warsaw. My most exciting adventures include skiing from the top of Muztagh Ata mountain (7546 m) in Pamir (China), climbing Huascaran (6768 m) south-west pillar in the Andes (Peru), ski trip to Denali (6192 m), Alasca, Spitsbergen skiing traverse, climbing Les Droites in the Alpes, Petit Dru, Gran Capucin, Marmolada in the Dolomites, and the northern approach to Cima Grande di Lavaredo. In winter, I used to work in ski industry in Austria, Bulgaria, France, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland, the USA, China, India. In summer, I worked as a guide in Chamonix, Mont Blanc. In 2002, I completed my first marathon in Berlin. Since then, I have covered marathon disance several times, in New York, Tokio, London, Venice and Florence. Recently, I have been running in the mountains more often. I crossed the finish line of Ultra Trail sierra de Montsant 101km, UTMB/TDS 120 km, Łemkowyny 80 km. Although I do all of it either for work or for entertainment, it is always an emanation of my passion, adoration of nature, simple life, primitive adventure and freedom. Together with Beata Sadowska, we have written a book ‘How come you wouldn’t travel (with a child)’? It is about expeditions, travelling and a little bit about children. I am also a father of two sons. Maybe they will become cello players.