Michal is a devoted adventurer and climber. As early as fourteen, he spent his pocket money on climbing gear. In a relatively short time, he worked his way up from Slovak limestone rocks to the soaring peak of eight-thousand Dhaulágirí that he reached with Peter Hámor. Michal entered the history of Slovak climbing by a successful crossing of the ridge of the Tatras alpine style in winter conditions. He explored, climbed, and parachuted from pristine mountains in Antarctica and Greenland.
Mišo comes from Spišská Nová Ves, which gave him a chance to hang on a rope for the first time at the nearby Tomášov Viewpoint. That was fate. Nothing can bring him more joy than this ever since. He finally found his passion in mountaineering when he discovered his ability to adapt to high altitudes. He utilizes it in his job as a high-altitude worker, too. He also runs a shop with climbing gear. Recently he sold his car, rented his property, and set out to fulfill his dreams.
My favourite piece of clothing:
Capilene® Air Hoody, Patagonia
- High Tatras
- Tomašovský výhľad, Slovak Paradise