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 RALF DUJMOVITS    Last Updated 2/2002

Ralf Dujmovits Reached the summit of Everest on Oct 4th 1992 by the South East ridge. One of a very few men in the world to have reached the Summits of Everest and K2. German, climber, 40 year old bachelor, mountain guide, director since 1989 of 'Amicalalpin' (an Expedition and Trekking Agency), technical adviser. Multiple ascents in the Alps, including most of the classic itineraries.
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Curiculum:

- born 05/12/1961

- German schoolleaving examination and university entrance qualification 1981

- one year traveling in the countries of the Andes of South America '81/'82

- Studies of medicin, University of Heidelberg, break off after 8 semesters

- mountainguide education ('85 - 04/06/87)

- Professional mountain guide until '89 working for the "Summit Club" of the German Alpine Club, worldwide guiding, especially expeditions, difficult trekkings und education programms

- since end of ‘89 independent, head of "Amical Alpin": Expedition- and Trekking organizer

- '92 - ‘99 member of instructors team of the German mountain guide education

- October '92 summit of Mt. Everest (8848 m),

- July '94 summit of K2 (8611m) together with four guided members

- August until October '96 Mt. Everest Trilogy (Try to climb Nuptse, Lhotse & Everest during one exp)

After having climbed Nuptse (3rd ascent) due to high risk of avalanches stop of expedition

- November '96 state visit in Nepal as a guest of honor from the German president Roman Herzog

- October '98 Third time summit of Cho Oyu (8201m)

- September ‘99 member of the climbing team of "Eiger Live" 33 hours Live TV from an ascent of Eiger-Northface

- reception by the president of Baden-Württemberg (SW-Germany) Mr. Erwin Teufel

- December 2000 successful Queen Maud Land / Antarctica Expedition

- June ’2001 summit of Nanga Parbat (8125 m) with 9 guided members and 2 Highporters

mountaineering curiculum:

- in the Alps

- several ascents as a guide with clients of Grandes Jorasses N-Face, Walkerpillar

- Matterhorn-N-Face, winter ascent

- Eiger-N-Face, 33 hours Live-TV-ascent

- Mont-Blanc, Freney-Pillar (guiding a client)

- Mont-Blanc, Peuterrey-Ridge upper part

- Eiger-NE-Face, Lauperroute (guiding a client)

- Großhorn N-Face u. many other classic North faces of the Bern Alps (partly with clients)

- many steep Couloirs in the Mt.Blanc Area, lots of them with clients

- all 4000 m Peaks of the Alps, most of them several times and with clients

- Les Courtes N-Face, 2x winter ascent, 1x with client, 1x descent with parapent

- Laliderer N-Face and many "Classics" in the Eastern Alps and the Dolomits

- Reissend Nollen SE-Pillar (guiding a client)

- Traverse of the whole Engelhorn-Range in 8 ½ hours

etc.

- sport climbing

routes up to 7a onsight (UIAA 8) in many different climbing areas of Switzerland, southern France, Spain and Thailand.

z.B.: - Monaco: Tête de Chien: Passagères du Vent etc

- Verdon: Pichnibule, Rêve de Fer, Ula, Massacre à la Tranceneuse etc.

- Bockmattli: Superlative, Free Trip etc.

- Eldorado: Septumania (guiding a client), Motorhead, Boulder Highway etc.

- Rätikon: Via Andrés, Via Partuz, Täpellisweg, Paulaverschneidung, Swiss Pillar

- Tessin/Lago Maggiore: Tantiauguri, Picadilly de Bedretto, Aquarius, Milchstr. etc.

- Ofen / Luzern: Chrüzspinne

- Picos de Europa / Spain Westface of Naranjo de Bulnes: Via Murciana

and many, many others

- Mountains all over the world:

- Alaska: Mt. McKinley, 6193 m (3x); Mt. Blackburn, 5037 m; Mt.Sanford, 4941 m

- Peru: Chacraraju, 6112 m; Huascarán, 6768 m (2x); Quitaraju, 6035 m

Alpamayo, 5947 m; Chopicalqui, 6354 m; Nevado Copa, 6188m;

Yerupaja, 6634m and many others

- Ecuador: Cotopaxi, 6005 m (3x); Chimborazo, 6310 m (2x); Antisana, Illiniza North; Tungurahua

- Bolivia: Huayna Potosi, 6088 m (3x); Illimani, 6462 m (2x); Sajama, 6542 m (2x);

Ancohuma, 6427 m; Illampú, 6368 m

- Chile: Osorno, 2661 m; Volcano Villarica,

div. summits in the Paine Area: Paine-North-Tower

div. summits on Navarino Island, Reconn.-climbs in the Cordillera Darwin

- Antarctica: Mt. Vinson, 5140 m (highest mountain of Antarctica, (4x)

Mt. Shinn, 5030 m (3x), First ascents in the Sentinell Range:

Mt. Jumper, Mt. Bearskin, Mt. Avalanche

First ascent in Queen Maud Land: Mt. Holtanna 2.650m

- Argentina: Tronador, 3554 m; Aconcagua, 6959 m (2x normal route).

Reconnaissance-climbs in the Fitz Roy / Cerro Torre Area

Tierra del Fuego: Cerro Guanaco

- Tanzania: Kilimanjaro, 5895 m (2x)

- Kenya: Mt. Kenya / Pt. Lenana, 4985 m

- India: Mt. Shivling, 6543 m (2nd training expedition '85 of the German Alpine Club)

- Pakistan: Buldar Peak, 5602 m, Jiliper Peak, 5206 m,

* 1994 K2, 8611 m (summit with 4 clients)

* 1999 Broad Peak, 8047 m

* 2000 Gasherbrum II, 8035 m

* 2001 Nanga Parbat, 8125 m

- Tibet * 1995 Cho Oyu, 8201 m

* 1996 Shisha Pangma Central summit, 8008 m

* 1997 Shisha Pangma Main summit, 8013 m

* 1998 Cho Oyu, 8201 m

- Nepal: during more than 30 visits many summits higher than 6000 m, out of them:

* 1988 Makalu Expedition, 8481 m

(highest reached point: 7800 m, returned due to high winds)

* 1989 Nuptse-NW, 7742 m, NW-Ridge (solo after Camp II, 6580m)

* 1990 Dhaulagiri, 8167 m

* 1991 Annapurna I Expedition, 8091 m

(highest reached point: 6000 m, returned because of avalanche danger)

* 1992 Mt. Everest; 8848 m

* 1993 Baruntse, 7168 m

* 1995 + 1997 Ama Dablam, 6851 m (3x)

* 1996 Nuptse, 7879 m Northpillar (Scott-Route), alpin style in 11hours, 3rd ascent

Traveled in the following countries for photographing, mountaineering & climbing:

Europe: Central- und southern Europa

Asia: India, Pakistan (8x), Nepal (29x), Tibet (5x), Thailand

Africa: Maroco, Tanzania, Kenya, Southafrika

North-Amerika: Alaska

Southamerica: Ecuador, Peru (4x), Bolivia (6x), Chili (7x), Argentina (3x)

Middleamerika: Costa Rica

Oceania: West-Papua (Irian Jaya)

Antarktica: Chilian Sector (4x), Queen Maud Land

Sponsors and contracts as tecnical advisor:

SCHÖFFEL, Outdoor-clothing CICLO, Sportswatches GORETEX Footwear

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