UIAA Mountain Guide, one of Switzerland 's foremost all-rounders, has climbed up to 8b but recently has concentrated efforts on large mountain routes. Highlights include the following:
2007: "Lightening Strike", Arwa Tower (6352m), Garhwal Himalaya, India,
VI M5 5.9 A3 (in demanding mixed terrain) 1000m together with Thomas
Senf and Denis Burdet
2006: "Golden Eagle", Aguilla Desmochada, Patagonia - first ascent together with Alexander Huber
2004: NW Ridge of Thalay Sagar (6904m)
2002: Dos Cumbres North-Pillar first ascent in middle of the Patagonian icefield
2001: "The Young Spider" (7a/A2, WI 6, M7), Eiger North Face first ascent together with Ueli Steck.
2000: "La vida es silbar" longest – hardest alpine sports climb on the Eiger North Face
1999: Siegrist made the historical first winter ascent of Cerro Torre, Patagonia together with David and Thomas Ulrich and Gregory Crouch.
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Stephan Siegrist, Thomas Senf and Ralf Weber have successfully climbed Cerro Stanhardt, the northermost summit of Patagonia's Cerro Torre group, in winter and in alpine style via the classic Exocet route.
Video of Swiss alpinist Stephan Siegrist and the slackline traverse on the Matterhorn (4478m).
The video of Yoniverse, the route established by David Lama, Stephan Siegrist, Denis Burdet and Rob Frost on Cerro Kishtwar (6155m) in autumn 2011.
Cerro Kishtwar important Himalayan first ascent for David Lama, Stephan Siegrist, Denis Burdet and Rob Frost
David Lama, Stephan Siegrist, Denis Burdet and Rob Frost have established a new route up the NW Face via their Yoniverse to reach the summit of Cerro Kishtwar (6155m), Himalaya. Siegrist and Burdet then ascended the nearby untouched 6040m peak White Saphire.
Raoul Martinez, Sean Villanueva, Cintia Percivati and have carried out the first free ascent of Golden Eagle (7a/7a+, 700m), established by Alexander Huber and Stephan Siegrist in 2006 on Aguja Desmochada, Patagonia.
On 03/08/2010 the alpinists Stephan Siegrist, Dani Arnold and Thomas Senf carried out the4 first winter ascent of Torre Egger (2685m), Patagonia.
Swiss climber Stephan Siegrist has made the first successful redpoint ascent of "Magic Mushroom" up the North Face of the Eiger. The route had been established in 2007 by Roger Schäli and Christoph Hainz and leads up the 3219 metres high mushroom in 21 pitches and now goes free at 7c+.
Interview with Alexander Huber who together with his brother Thomas, Stephan Siegrist and Max Riechl carried out three first ascents on Holtanna and Ulvetanna, two relatively unknown, remote and beautiful mountains in the Antarctic.
On 07/10/2007 Stephan Siegrist and Ines Papert carried out the first free ascent of Herbstzeitlose (max 7c), on the S. Face of the Mittaghörnli (P.ta Signal), Bernese Oberland, Switzerland.
On 07/06/2007 Stephan Siegrist, Thomas Senf and Denis Burdet carried out first ascent of Lightning Strike (VI M5 5.9 A3 1000m) up the NE Face of Arwa Tower (6352m), Garhwal Himalaya, India.
National Geographic’s March issue publishes an account of the first winter ascent of Cerro Torre’s west face by Stephan Siegrist, G. Crouch, D. and T. Ulrich.