Aléxia Zuberer

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Alexia Zuberer
Born 1972

Aléxia Zuberer (born 1972[1]) is a Swiss-French ski mountaineer, ski instructor and mountain guide, and took also part in several Himalayan expeditions.[2]

Selected results[edit]

Pierra Menta[edit]

  • 1995: 2nd, together with Claudine Trécourt
  • 1997: 1st, together with Claudine Trécourt
  • 1998: 1st, together with Claudine Trécourt
  • 1999: 3rd, together with Véronique Lathuraz
  • 2000: 1st, together with Gloriana Pellissier
  • 2001: 1st, together with Gloriana Pellissier
  • 2005, 8th, together with Sylvie Ferragu

Expeditions[edit]

  • 1996 : Cho Oyu - Tibet (8,201 metres (26,906 ft))
  • 1997 : Shishapangma - Tibet (8,013 metres (26,289 ft))
  • 2002 : Ama Dablam - Nepal (6,857 metres (22,497 ft))
  • 2003 : Everest - Nepal (8,850 metres (29,040 ft))
  • 2007 : Everest - Tibet (8,850 metres (29,040 ft), without oxygen up to 8,500 metres (27,900 ft))
  • 2008 : Mustagh Ata - China (7,545 metres (24,754 ft))
  • 2010 : Makalu-Nepal (8,470 metres (27,790 ft)) with the Mountains-6 Makalu 2010 expedition, first Swiss woman to reach the summit.[9][10]
  • 2011 : Kangchenjunga India/Nepal (8,586 metres (28,169 ft))

Publications[edit]

  • Pierra Menta - Traces d'une Légende, 2005
  • Double ascension à l'Everest, Nevicata Editions, 2008. ISBN 978-2-9600255-5-2.

References[edit]