Adam Bielecki, one of the world’s most accomplished high altitude climbers, to deliver a lecture in Dublin.

Climbing Dojo in association with Polska Eire Festival, Mountaineering Ireland, and Basecamp is delighted to invite you to an evening with Adam Bielecki who will talk about his climbing career and winter himalaism.

Adam Bielecki is 33 years old psychologist, high altitude climber and professional athlete from Tychy, Poland. He is a member of Polish alpine climbing and winter himalaism national squad.

Over the the last 20 years he climbed more than 100 routes in Tatras and Alps, both during the summer and winter. Leader of multiple expeditions to various mountains on 5 continents. Recipient of prestigious KOLOS 2000 (the highest Polish award for achievements in outdoor sports) for becoming the youngest person in the world who ascended Khan Tengri 7,010 m solo in alpine style.

During short period of 11 months he has climbed Makalu 8463m (autumn 2011) Gasherbrum I 8068m (first ever winter ascent; 2012) and K2 8611 (summer 2012). In 2013 he made first winter ascent of Broad Peak 8051m. In 2014 he participated in successful expedition on the north face of Kangchenjunga 8598m led by Denis Urubko. In 2016 he attempted to summit Nanga Parbat 8125m in winter in alpine style. He has never used supplementary oxygen.

The event is part of Polska Éire Festival, an annual nationwide celebration of Irish-Polish friendship, and is proundly supported by Polish Embassy in Dublin.

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Please note that meeting with Adam Bielecki on Friday 20th May is FULLY BOOKED OUT. To purchase tickets on Sat 21st, please go HERE.