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Thomas Bubendorfer

Thomas Bubendorfer

One of World’s foremost solo Climbers
Languages : English, German, French, Italian

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Thomas Bubendorfer is one of the most successful active climbers in the world. Already at age 16 he wrote climbing history when he became the youngest climber - to this day - who climbed some of the then hardest rock climbing mountain faces alone. He perfected his solo climbing style in hundreds of solo climbs and finally gained international fame when, at 21, he became the first climber to solo climb (this means no ropes) the north face of the Eiger, the highest and hardest mountain face in

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Thomas Bubendorfer is one of the most successful active climbers in the world. Already at age 16 he wrote climbing history when he became the youngest climber - to this day - who climbed some of the then hardest rock climbing mountain faces alone. He perfected his solo climbing style in hundreds of solo climbs and finally gained international fame when, at 21, he became the first climber to solo climb (this means no ropes) the north face of the Eiger, the highest and hardest mountain face in the Alps, in the record time of less than five hours. To this day, based upon thorough preparation, dedication, focus and discipline, he has achieved more than 90 first rope-free solo ascents, record ascents and first ascents in the mountains of the world. In 2012, now 50 years old, he is at the peak of his performance and has achieved four first ascents (two alone, two in a team) of mountains in Tibet and the Alps.

Thomas complements his 120 days of climbing and more than 200 hours of training with writing (7 books, one best-seller in China 2011) and in addressing the corporate world with his thoughts and experiences about personal peak performance and achievement, risk-taking, goal setting, dealing with set-back and defeat (crisis), and many more related themes. Since 1984 he has given more than 900 keynote speeches in Europe, the US, China and India in his native German, in English (he went to school in England), French and Italian to companies such as Apple, Goldman Sachs, HP, Pfizer, Daimler, Porsche, AUDI, Siemens, Deutsche Bank, KPMG, etc.

Thomas has three children and has been living in the Principality of Monaco since 1984.   

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