Head of the 7 Summits Club – Клуб 7 Вершин
Korobeshko Ludmila — Founder/Lead Guide: Mountain guide, First Russian woman to complete the 7 Peaks – Summits Project
- The first (so far the only) Russian woman who completed the 7 Summits Project according to the 7+1 version (with Karstensz Pyramid)
- The third Russian woman to climb Mount Everest
- The first (so far the only) Russian woman who has been to the top of Everest three times
- Women’s 7 Summit World Speed Record
- Visited the South and North Poles
- Mountain guide, guide-interpreter (English)
- Engaged in climbing and organizing expeditions for 15 years
- Has about 100 ascents of varying difficulty, up to 5B
- Climbing and trekking in the mountains of the Caucasus (Russia), France, Peru, USA, Tibet, Nepal, Mexico, Bolivia, Argentina, Ecuador, Tanzania, Crimea, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Turkey, etc.
- Has made more than 30 winter and summer ascents of Elbrus as a guide
2019 – leader of a successful expedition to Manaslu (8163m)
2018 – leader of a successful expedition to Cho Oyu (8201m)
2016 – 2017 – leader of a successful expedition to the South Pole on skis – the last 2 degrees (222 km)
2016 – leader of the first female Russian expedition to Everest (from the North)
2016 – leader of a successful expedition to Chimborazo (6300) and Cayambe (5810) volcanoes, Ecuador
2015 – leader of a successful expedition to Denali (6194), Alaska, USA
2015 – Climbing Ritacuba Blanca (5410) in Colombia and Bolivar Peak (4981) in Venezuela
2014 – Organizer and leader of the first Russian successful expedition to Greenland to the highest point – Gunbjorn. The first Russian ascent of Dome Peak (the second peak of Greenland)
2013 – Campaign to the North Pole as part of the Green Peace international team
2013 – Climbing Mont Blanc and Monterosa in pairs
2013 – Organizer and leader of a successful expedition to Uganda to the highest point of Margaret Peak.
2012 – Team captain “Alpari. 7 Summits in 300 days” and setting the world speed record for women.
2012 – Ascent to the summit of Huayna Potosi (6081m) in Bolivia.
2011 – Ski trip to the South Pole, 111 km. The South Pole point was reached on 12/29/2011.
2011 – ascent to the peak of E. Korzhenevskaya (7105) + ascent to the peak of Communism (height 6900m reached).
2010 – organizer and leader of a successful expedition to the Carstensz Pyramid (4884m), Indonesia, New Guinea island.
2010 – organizer and leader of a successful expedition to Khan-Tengri Peak (7010m). The height reached is 6000m.
2009 – climbing the highest volcano in North America – Mount Orizaba (5611m), Mexico. Supervisor.
2009 – climbing Lenin Peak (7134m), Kyrgyzstan. Supervisor.
2009 – ski trip to the North Pole, 111 km.
2009 – climbing the Vinson Massif (4897m), Antarctica. Co-head.
2008 – climbing McKinley (6194m). Supervisor.
2007 – climbing Everest.
2006 – participation in the expedition to Everest. The height reached is 7500m.
2006 – leader and participant of the expedition to Island Peak (6130m) and Kalapatar (5550m)
2005 – leader of a successful expedition to McKinley (6194m), Alaska, USA.
2005 – Leader and participant of a successful expedition to the highest peaks of Ecuador, Cotopaxi (5897m) and Chimborazo (6310m).
2005 – Leader and participant of high-altitude trekking in the mountains of Peru. Cordillera Huayush at altitudes of 4000m-5000m.
2004 – Co-leader and participant of a successful expedition to Aconcagua (6961m), Argentina.
2004 – Co-leader and participant of the expedition to Kosciuszko (2228m) and Cook Peak (3800m), Australia and New Zealand, Fujiyama, Japan (3776m)
2004 – Co-leader and participant of the New Year’s ascent to Elbrus (5621m)
2004 – Leader and participant of a successful expedition to McKinley (6194m), Alaska, USA
2003 – Leader and participant of a successful expedition to Kilimanjaro (5895m), Tanzania.
2003 – Co-leader and participant of a successful expedition to Ararat (5137m), Turkey
1992 – 2002 Rock and ice ascents in the Caucasus. Significant ones: Ushba, “Konfetka”, Cheget-Tau-Chana (first ascent), Ullu-Kara.
2001 – Participation in ice climbing competitions (Moscow championship, Russian championship)
1999 – 2000 – Participation in climbing competitions (champions of the South of Russia)
Our team extends to the far reaches of the planet with our Operation Managers and team members abroad.