Piotr Morawski (December 27, 1976 – April 8, 2009) was a Polish mountaineer. He was best known for making the first successful winter ascent together with Simone Moro of Shisha Pangma on January 14, 2005. Morawski died aged 32 during an international Dhaulagiri/Manaslu expedition in Nepal. He fell into a crevasse at an elevation of 5500 m while acclimatizing.
|January 14, 2005||Shisha Pangma||Winter||Simone Moro||First winter ascent|
|May 8, 2005||Annapurna||Summer||Piotr Pustelnik||Unsuccessful|
|April 24, 2006||Cho Oyu||Summer||Peter Hamor||Successful|
|July 9, 2006||Broad Peak||Summer||Piotr Pustelnik||Successful|
|July 15, 2007||Nanga Parbat||Summer||Peter Hamor, Dodo Kopold||Successful|
|April 28, 2008||Annapurna||Summer||Peter Hamor||Unsuccessful|
|June 24, 2008||Gasherbrum I||Summer||Peter Hamor||Successful|
|July 6, 2008||Gasherbrum II||Summer||Peter Hamor||Successful|
- MountEverest.net Polish mountaineering timeline
- piotrmorawski.com official website (in Polish)
- Tragedy on Himalaya - Piotr Morawski lost on Dhaulagiri.
- Piotr Morawski the famous Polish climber. /Version english and polish/
- web album mBank Annapurna West Face Expedition 2008
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