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A Climber’s CV

Andres Karu

Born on 5 June, 1975
In mountains from 1994
As a group leader from 2004
Key ascents and summits:

1997
Kurmychi (4050  m), Caucasus, Russia
Slope of Mt. Elbrus at 5300 m, Caucasus, Russia

2006
Via Tau (3620 m), Caucasus, Russia (solo ascent)
Gumachi (3805 m), Caucasus, Russia (solo ascent)
Koiavgan (3900 m), Caucasus, Russia (solo ascent)
Mt. Elbrus (5642 m), Caucasus, Russia (solo ascent)

2007
Razdelnaja (6165 m), Pamir, Kyrgyzstan
Slope of Lenin at 6442 m, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan

2008
Gerlachovsky Stit (2655 m), High Tatras, Slovakia
Grossglockner (3798 m), Alps, Austria
Mont Blanc (4810 m), Alps, France

2009
Etna (3323 m), island of Sicily, Italy (solo ascent)
Mont Blanc (4810 m), Alps, France
Dufourspitze (4634 m), Alps, Switzerland

2010
Slope of Aconcagua at 6692 m, Andes, Argentina
Hvannadalshnùkur (2110 m), Vatnajökull, Island
Mt. Damavand (5671 m), Iran

2011
Tajumulco (4220 m), Guatemala (solo ascent)
Pico de Orizaba (5655 m), Mexico (solo ascent)
Jebel Toubkal (4167 m), Morocco
Mt. Fuji (3776 m), Japan

2012
Mt. Kinabalu (4095 m), Malaysia

2013
Mt. Kilimanjaro (5895 m), Tanzania
Mt. Karisimbi (4510 m), Rwanda
Mt. Ararat (5137 m), Turkey

2015
Aconcagua (6962 m), Argentina
Ojos del Salado (6893 m), Chile (solo ascent from Argentina)

I have attained the highest points of the following countries:
1990 – Estonia
1994 – Norway
1995 – Poland
1996 – Romania
1997 – Latvia
2004 – Slovenia
2005 – Finland, Sweden
2006 – Czech Republic, Germany, Russia, Hungary
2007 – Spain, Croatia, Bulgaria, Greece
2008 – UK, Ireland, Slovakia, Austria, France, Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine, Serbia, Macedonia, Albania
2009 – Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Monaco, Vatican, Malta, San Marino, Portugal, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Italy, Switzerland
2010 – Island, Cyprus, Iran, Egypt
2011 – Mexico, Guatemala, Morocco, Lithuania, Japan, South Korea, Oman, Singapore
2012 – Australia, Malaysia
2013 – Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Turkey
2014 – El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba
2015 – Argentina, Chile
2017 – Vietnam, Hong Kong, Thailand, Cambodia, Bahrein