2013 – Led the expeditions to the Everest North Col (7100 m, China, Tibet) and Denali (6195 m, USA, Alaska). Made third ascent to the highest peak of North America;

2011 – Led rock-climbing training sessions in Crimea. Made second attempt to Khan Tengri (7010 m, Kazakhstan) up to 6700 m;

2010 – Led the expeditions to Ama Dablam (6812 m, Nepal) and Ararat (5137 m, Turkey). Made first attempt to Khan Tengri (7010 m, Kazakhstan) up to 6100 m;

2009 – Made second ascent to Vinson Massif (4892 m, Antarctica). Led the expeditions to Aconcagua (6962, Argentina), Kilimanjaro (5895 m, Tanzania), Elbrus (5642 m, Russia), Denali (6195 m, USA, Alaska), Lenin Peak (7135 m, Kyrgyzstan) and Matterhorn (4478, Switzerland);

2008 – Led the expeditions to Kosciuszko (2226 m, Australia), Cotopaxi (5897 m, Ecuador), Chimborazo (6268 m, Ecuador), Elbrus (5642 m, Russia), Kilimanjaro (5895 m, Tanzania), Puncak Jaya (4884 m, Indonesia) and Vinson Massif (4892 m, Antarctica);

2007 – Led the expeditions to Aconcagua (6962, Argentina), Kilimanjaro (5895 m, Tanzania), Everest (8848 m, China, Tibet) and E. Korzhenevskaya Peak (7105 m, Tajikistan). Made an alpine-style new route (VI, WI4+, M5, 3000 m) on west ridge of Mount Jannu (7771 m, Nepal);

2006 – Led the expeditions to Everest (8848 m, China, Tibet), Elbrus (5642 m, Russia), Somoni Peak (7495 m, Tajikistan) and Kilimanjaro (5895 m, Tanzania);

2005 – Silver prize in the national mountaineering championship for the first winter ascent to Mount Erydag (3925 m, Russia) by Efimov’s route (ED/6C/A3/1300 m). Led the expeditions to Denali (6195 m, USA, Alaska), Kilimanjaro (5895 m, Tanzania) and E. Korzhenevskaya Peak (7105 m, Tajikistan);

2004 – Bronze prize in the national mountaineering championship for the new route (VI/A2/900 m) to Sablya Peak (1497 m, Russia). Made a winter attempt to Ak-Su Peak (5217 m, Kyrgyzstan) by Chaplinskiy’s route (VI/A3/1500 m);

2003 – Ascent to Lenin Peak (7135 m, Kyrgyzstan).Made an attempt to Mount Kongur Tag (7719 m, China) by new route up to 7000 metres;

2002 – Silver prize in the national mountaineering championship for the new route to Sablya Peak (VI/A2/900 m). Made a second Voronin’s route ascent (ED/6C/A3/1300m) to the Mount Erydag (3925 m, Russia);

2001 – Bronze prize in the national mountaineering championship for the two new routes to Zvezdnyi Peak and Dragon Tooth Peak (Sayany, Russia);

2000 – Champion of Russia in the national mountaineering championship for ascents to Mount Dyh-Tau (5205 m, Caucasus) and Mount Mizhirgi (5018 m, Caucasus);