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From April,13 till May, 28, 2019, an international climbing expedition, the aim of which is the ascent to the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest (8848m), will take place in the Himalayas.

In this expedition the representative of Cyprus takes part. Yevgen Staroselskiy is the holder of the title “Snow Leopard”, master of sports in mountaineering, a professional athlete and multiple climber to the highest peaks of the world.

In Cyprus’ history, it’s just the second ascent to the highest peak of the world and the only ascent of a Cypriot climber by a more difficult North Col route.

Our mission is to raise the flag of Cyprus on Mount Everest showing the world the power of our small island and its amazing people, who are able to dream and fulfill their dreams and wishes.

This ascent is a national event and it is actively supported by the administration of the President of Cyprus Mr. Nikos Anastasiades.

The event is accompanied by advertising and media campaign and promotions, conferences in Cyprus media before, during and after the expedition.

When the one speaks from the top of the word, the message you transmit is unparalleled in power!


More than 8 years lives in Cyprus. Has Cyprus citizenship.

Master of Sports of the USSR in Mountaineering,

Title holder “Snow Leopard” #376 (13 peaks over 7000m)

Climbing instructor and mountain guide,

Winner of USSR Championship in high altitude class: Peak Khan-Tengri, 7010 m (6B)   .

2007 – Member of the expedition on Gasherbrum II (8035m)

1990-2019 Professional mountain guide   .

Up to 1999 had made over 100 ascents of different categories of difficulty. Has many ascents in the mountains of Slovenia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Caucasus, Tanzania, Nepal, Pakistan, Argentina, Crimea;

Over 20 winter and summer ascents on Elbrus (Caucasus)

Organizer and leader of the program “7 summits” in Cyprus7 SUMMITS PROGRAM

  1. Everest (8848м) Nepal /Tibet
  2. Aconcagua (6962м) South America(Argentina)
  3. McKinley(Denaly) (6194м) North America (Alaska)
  4. Kilimanjaro (5895м) Africa (Tanzania)
  5. Elbrus (5642м) Europe (Caucasus)
  6. Vinson (4897м) Antarctica
  7. Carstensz Pyramid (4884м) Australia & Oceania

Picture Source: National Geographic


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