Since 2005 and all over the world I have organized and led more than 40 expeditions, including such complicated as Everest, Somoni Peak, Ama Dablam, Denali and Vinson Massif. Currently 92% of the time we make it to the summit. This indicator is based on the ratio of the total number of all members (over 200 people) to the summiteers.

Expeditions' list

Ruapehu, 2 797 m, New Zealand
Kosciuszko, 2 228 m, Australia
Denali, 6 194 m, USA, Alaska
Everest, North Col, 7 100 m, China, Tibet
Mont Blank, 4 810 m, France
Khan Tengri, 7 010 m, Kazakhstan
Kilimanjaro, 5 895 m, Tanzania
Ararat, 5 165 m, Turkey
Khan Tengri, 7 010 m, Kazakhstan
Ama Dablam, 6 814 m, Nepal
Pollux, 4 092 m, Switzerland
Lenin Peak, 7 134 m, Kyrgyzstan
Denali, 6 194 m, USA, Alaska
Elbrus, 5 642 m, Russia
Aconcagua, 6 962 m, Argentina
Vinson Massif, 4 892 m, Antarctica
Puncak Jaya, 4 884 m, Indonesia
Kosciuszko, 2 228 m, Australia
Jannu, 7 710 m, Nepal
Matterhorn, 4 478 m, Switzerland
Elbrus, 5 642 m, Russia
Kilimanjaro, 5 895 m, Tanzania
Chimborazo, 6 268 m, Ecuador
Kosciuszko, 2 228 m, Australia
Korzhenevskaya Peak, 7 105 m, Tajikistan
Elbrus, 5 642 m, Russia
Kilimanjaro, 5 895 m, Tanzania
Everest, 8 848 m, China, Tibet
Aconcagua, 6 962 m, Argentina
Cotopaxi, 5 896 m, Ecuador
Somoni Peak, 7 495 m, Tajikistan
Elbrus, 5 642 m, Russia
Everest, 8 848 m, China, Tibet
Kilimanjaro, 5 895 m, Tanzania
Kilimanjaro, 5 895 m, Tanzania
Korzhenevskaya Peak, 7 105 m, Tajikistan
Denali, 6 194 m, USA, Alaska
Kilimanjaro, 5 895 m, Tanzania