An article on Climbing Magazine on protecting the environment

My Interview at Climbing Magazine  Written by: Bennett Barthelemy/ Release Date: October 2019 The Accursed Alps Through my climbing in the Himalayas [Ibrahimi has climbed five 8,000-meter peaks] and elsewhere, my idea is also to promote the Balkans—my home and my passion. Many people have almost no information about this region even though we are in Europe and…

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Thinking Without Borders – Arte TV

‘Uta Ibrahmi was the first Kosovan to climb Mount Everest where she took the Albanian and Kosovan flag. She sees herself as an ambassador for her country and wants to inspire others to believe that anything is possible’ Journalist: Jonas Dunkel Photographer: André Raul Surac Country: France Year: 2019 See the video for more: HERE

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Rock and Ice and 8th March

Uta Ibrahimi: Kosovo’s First Woman to Summit Everest and Her Climb Towards Gender Equality   Uta Ibrahimi was the first Kosovo Albanian to summit Everest and now she’s got a new project in her sights: She’s about to embark on a first ascent attempt of Lhotse’s south face via a variation of the Jerzy Kukuczka route.…

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Lhotse South Face / Upcoming Expedition – Spring 2019

How this story started!   December 2018 I was leading a group of Hiking and Yoga with Butterfly Outdoor Adventure, when Tashi Sherpa, a friend from Nepal called me on phone and asked me if I would be interested to join Lhotse South Expedition 2019. He explained very shortly the expedition and told me that he will…

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The pioneer of mountaineering in Kosovo – My interview on Montagnes Magazine

Uta Ibrahimi on the rise             “I do not climb to have fun, I do diplomacy” Uta Ibrahimi returns from Cho Oyu (8201m), his fourth peak of more than 8000m. The Kosovar mountaineer is the most prominent woman in her country since she climbed Everest in May 2017. Her new project is to ascend the…

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Ama Dablam 6812 – 6 Days

The love to climb this mountain started 2 years ago, while I was helping and working for ‘Jordan Women Expedition – RISE’ on their training for Everest 2019. Their training started in Khumbu Region, starting from Lukla – Namche – Chukung and then climbing more on Amphu Lapcha Pass, Hinku Valley, Ombigachen Peak 6200m ……

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Cho Ouy (8201m)—the 6th tallest mountain in the world

Terquez Goddess on Himalayas / September-October 2018 Cho Ouy (8201m) was my fourth 8,000m peak. This was, however, the first time I climbed in Tibet—and I was more excited for the experience compared to other climbs … for several reasons. This time, I got to see Tibetan culture and the people. But for many people had…

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Personal Exhibition ‘Memories from Himalayas’

February 1st – February 9th, at the National Museum of Kosova I had the exhibition ‘Memories from Himalays’.  There was a combination of pictures and expedition equipment which I used during my expedition to Everest last year. There have been many people and schools visitng the exhibition at the museum this time. Below you have a collection…

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