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Simone Moro
Simone MoroSimone Moro

born in 1967.

Mountain Guide, athlete, Federal climbing Instructor and F.A.S.I. Italian sports climbing coach from 1992 to 1996.

He has climbed full time for 19 years and has taken part in expeditions to some of the highest mountains in the world
(Himalaya, Andes, Patagonia).

He has made numerous first ascents from the ground up, above all on the long alpine Presolana faces.

He resides in Bergamo where he organises his expeditions, the Mountain Guides Association and PR campaigns

1992 Everest (unsuccessful)
1993 Aconcagua and Cerro Mirador (winter ascent);

Makalu (unsuccessful)
1994 Shisha Pangma - 8008m; (unsuccessful);

Lhotse (8516m) oxygenless ascent in 13 hours (17 total), from 6300 metri. The ascent stopped just short of the summit due to dangerous cornices.
1995 Kangchenjunga (unsuccessful)
1996 Fitz Roy (3441m) West Face via 'Supercanaleta', in alpine style and in atotal of 25 hours;

Dhaulagiri (unsuccessful);

Shisha Pangma Sud (8008m) oxygenless ascent in 20 hours (27 total) departing from Base Camp , descent with skis from 7100m.
1997 Lhotse (2nd personal ascent) without oxygen;

Annapurna unsuccessful attempt at the first winter ascent. Cut short due to the deaths of Anatoli Boukreev and Dimitri Sobolev.
1998 Everest (unsuccessful)
1999 Pik Lenin (7134m), Pik Korjenevska (7105m), Pik Kommunism (7495m), Pik Khan Tengri (7010m). In 33 days overall.
Sponsor Nike, Camp, The North Face , Polartec, Salice eyewear, La Sportiva, Longoni Sport, Tecno Project, Convertex. Gensan food supplements
Gear Ski Trab, Salumi Bordoni.
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