Piotr Pustelnik

President of Polski Związek Alplinizmu, one of the most outstanding alpinists and Himalayan climbers. He was the 3rd climber in Poland and 21st in the world to climb all Himalayan eight-thousanders from the Crown of Himalaya and Karakoram.


  • Sport
  • Motivation
  • Leadership
  • Team building
  • Human and public relations

Language:Polish & english

He has been climbing since 1975. He reached the tops of Tatra mountains, Alps, Dolomites, Palmir, Karakoram, and Himalaya. He reached 14 Himalayan peaks over 8,000 m high. Founder of the Three Crowns project that assumes reaching The Crown of the Earth, Seven Second Summits (second-highest mountains of continents) and Himalayan and Karakoram mountains.

During his expeditions, he helped a number of climbers and put his life at risk. In 1996, he was awarded a congratulatory letter from the Polish Olympic Committee for participating in a rescue action aiming at bringing an exhausted climber to a lower base camp during a K2 expedition.

Holds a Ph.D. in technical sciences, he specializes in industry risks.

His most important expeditions:
19 July 1990 – Gasherbrum II
12 July 1992 – Nanga Parbat
24 September 1993 – Cho Oyu
6 October 1993 – Shisha Pangma
26 September 1994 – Dhaulagiri
12 May 1995 – Mount Everest
14 July 1996 – K2
15 July 1997 – Gasherbrum I
15 May 2000 – Lhotse
15 May 2001 – Kangchenjunga
16 May 2002 – Makalu
17 May 2003 – Mt. Manaslu
8 July 2006 – Broad Peak
27 April 2010 – Annapurna I


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