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Iris Prebeg

Iris Prebeg

I was born on 24.11.1976 in Rijeka, where I live. I have completed the Climbing course in 1995 and since then I have been an active member of the Alpine Club Rijeka. I’m a graduate at Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb and I'm snowboard instructor (SLO license). Previous expeditions and higher climbs from 1996 to 2009: Africa, Kilimanjaro 5896m; Mt. Kenya 5000m; Mont Blanc 4846m; South America, Andes N. Urus 5400m, Toqlaraju 5300m, Huascaran 6300m, Alpamayo 6010m; only female member of Croatian Himalaya expedition Dhaulagiri VII 7200m; Africa Mt. Kenya 5200m (First female Croat on the top of the Batian); Himalaya, Shisam Pangma 8127m, only female member of Slovenian expedition; Himalaya, Cho Oyu 8200m, Croatian female expedition; 3 Mouts Traversee (Mont Blanc du Tacul, Mont Maudit, Mont Blanc); Grossglockner 3798m; Himalaya, Mt. Everest 8848m, Chinese side, North side of Everest, international expedition (7600m, return of the crew because of unfavorable weather conditions).

Winner of Croatian Ice Cup 2005/2006 - Mojstrana (speed climbing), Ogulin (speed and weighting climbing). Third place in speed climbing in Stari Grad Paklenica 2004 and 2005 at Big wall spead climbing on 120m.

Climbed directions in Paklenica (Mosoraški, Kača, Funkcija, Klin, Jenjavi, Forma viva, BWSC male, Brahma, Brid for shoulder bump... etc.), Dolomiti (Campanille, Fissura soravito), France (Pyramids, Cosmick ridge) and Slovenia (Zapadni, Iglićev, Debelak, Nemška), and the peaks: Triglav, Špik, Prisojnik, Mojstrovka, Grintavec, Turkey mountain and downhill snowboarding through Turkish groove, Planjava, Škrlatica... etc.

Wednesday, 20 February 2013 00:00

Climbing with Ana Mažar

Inspired by the last book I read, I could not wait for a nice day so that Ana and I get into some of the long routes. Yet I can still feel the smell of rocks from yesterday.  At the top of barriers, I breathe with lugs full of freedom… There is no end to it.

Monday, 07 January 2013 00:00

Climbing Dinara Mountain

Out of the numerous travels, expeditions, ascents, peaks and a desire to climb more and to climb higher, I could never get the opportunity to climb our highest mountain Dinara and its Croatian peak at Sinjal 1831, as well as Troglav (1913m), the highest Dinara's peak in Bosnia and Herzegovina.


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