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Mountains of the world

Expeditions and "holidays"
Destination Map height
diagram
further
info
LadakhLadakh (India)
Markha Valley / Dzo Jongo (6214 m) - July/August 2014
map sketch (xxx kB)height diagramInfo
Cordillera Blanca, Peru
June/July 2008
Map sketch (380 kB)height diagram Info
Elbrus (5642 m, Caucasus, Russia)
April/May 2006
Map sketch (81+276 kB)height diagram Info
Puna (Argentina/Chile):
Ojos del Salado (6893 m), attempt at Cerro Bonete Chico and Monte Pissis, Jan./Feb. 2006
Map sketch (135 kB)height diagram Info
Kamet
(7756 m, Garhwal, India)
attempt, May/June 2005
Map sketch (226+260 kB)height diagram Info
Kilimanjaro
(5896 m, Tanzania/Kenia) Jan 2004
Map sketch (139 kB)height diagram Info
Ecuador
mountaineering (Cotopaxi, Iliniza) and mountainbiking, Jan/Feb 2003
Map sketch (30-200 kB)height diagram Info
Mount Everest
Chmomolungma

(8850 m, Tibet, April/May 2002)

Also see our separate website: www.everest-2002.de
Map sketch (235 kB)height diagram Info
Minya Konka
(Gongga Shan, 7556 m, Sichuan, China)
attempt, April/May 2001
Map sketch (64 kB)height diagram Info
Denali (Mt.McKinley)
(6193 m, Alaska, May/June 2000)
Map sketch (243 kB) height diagram Info
Cho Oyu
(8201 m, Tibet, April/May 1999)
Map sketch (103 kB) height diagram
Khan Tengri
(7010 m, Tien Shan, Kazakhstan, July/August 1998)
Map sketch (305 kB)height diagram Info
Cho Oyu
(8201 m, attempt, Tibet, April/May 1997)
Map sketch (103 kB) height diagram
Aconcagua
(6960 m, Argentina, Jan /Feb 1997)
Map sketch (48 kB) height diagram Info
Chile and Bolivia Atacama, Parinacota,
Huayna Potosí, Illimani (6460 m, May 1996)
Map sketch (50 kB) height diagram Info
Khan Tengri
(7010 m, Tien Shan, Kyrgyzstan/Kazakhstan,
attempt: August 1995)
Map sketch (305 kB)height diagram
Chile Atacama, Ojos del Salado (6893 m, attempt),
Valle de Maipo (attempt V S José),
Araucanía - Volcán Llaima, Volcán Osorno (October 1994)
Map (299 kB height diagram Info
Peak Communism / Peak Korzhenevskaja
(7495 m, Pamir, Tadzhikistan, Juli 1993)
Map sketch (61 kB) height diagram
Peak Lenin
(7134 m, Pamirs, Kyrgyzstan, July 1992)
Map sketch (80 kB) height diagram
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Note that this is my subjective choice. It's simply those mountains about which I can give information since I had the opportunity to visit them. For all expeditions, you will find a more or less detailed report with images. The size of the images is chosen such that they can be loaded in a resonable time. Clicking on the image gives you the full size (768x512).
  • Where you find the icon , you can have a look at a more or less detailed map. By only moving the mouse pointer over the icon, you can get an impression of what amount of data you have to squeeze through your telephone line.
  • The icon stands for the height diagram, giving you a quick overview on how far we came.
  • Some practical information about organizing expeditions on your own is provided where you find the info sign .

A remark about travel in general

A remark by the way: In all the countries mentioned above, the local people were always extremely friendly and helpful. We never felt unsecure anywhere, and never anything was stolen. The friendliness of all these people, who often have much smaller chances than we have, should make us think from time to time.
We (being Germans) are foreigners in 99.7 % of the world. Although we personally haven't covered those 99.7 % yet, we have seen quite a part of it. And this part always left a good impression to us. So also the remaining - maybe only marginal - 0.3 % should consider an open attitude to everybody - whereever he/she comes from - as natural. But anybody who hasn't understood this is definitely WRONG on this homepage.
I have added a hopefully comprehensive list of peaks above 7000 m.
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