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successful tours per year

Here you finally find my success statstics. Numbers given are the numbers of tours that we actually started walking/climbing and what the reason was why we turned back. Usually, a success rate around 75% seems normal.
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Note: From 2002 on, the amount of ordinary mountain hikes increased because I frequently (often also in the evening after work) went up the Pfänder, the nearest hill which exceeds 1000 m height. Such easy hikes have a considerably better chance of success than ski or high tours, so the percentage looks better since then. From 2009 on, the hikes are not for expedition training but remain our only reasonable option (with small child). Glacier tours are impossible with small child on one's back.
A short overview about our success on expeditions:
1992 success Pik Lenin
1993 success Pik Korzehenvskaja/Pik Kommunismus
1994 partial success Chile
1995 no success Tien Shan
1996 success Chile/Bolivien
1997 success Aconcagua
1997 no success Cho Oyu
1998 success Tien Shan
1999 success Cho Oyu
2000 successDenali/Alaska
2001 no success Minya Konka
2002 success Mount Everest
2003 partial successEcuador
2004 success Kilimanjaro
2005 no success Kamet
2006 partial successPuna
2006 success Elbrus
2008 partial successCordillera Blanca
2014 successLadakh:Markha Valley/Dzo Jongo
2015 successLadakh:Tsokar-Tsomoriri/Gyama Peaks
successsummit(s) reached no successno success partial successonly part of aims was reached
In summary of the expeditions and "big" tours: Out of 20, 12 were successful, 4 were a partial success.
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