Expedition with Marabut
Torell Expedition 2012 - by Szymon Jasieński
Our trips to different parts of the world, mainly to Asia, were always quite spontaneous. Only a few days separated the birth of a concept from its implementation. But the Arctic is a quite demanding region.
Pik Pobedy 2010 “The price of Victory” - Ola Dzik
Last days of May 2010. The city of Krakow tries to survive a flood. All classes at the University are cancelled and I sit in the Institute of Sociology grading students’ achievements. At home, a backpack packed for my expedition to Nanga Parbat is waiting for me. 
Denali (6 194 m) – North America
Denali: - 40ºC; hurricane winds; numb hands and frozen fingers. We are on the top of Denali.
Pik Pobedy 2002 – by Piotr Morawski
We departed Warsaw on July 12, 2002. Our expedition team included Marcin Kaczkan and Piotr Morawski (me).
Ola is a climber, mountaineer and ski-mountaineer, who participated in many journeys and  adventures. As a first Polish woman, she climbed Gasherbrum II (8035 m ASL) and extremely dangerous Pik Pobeda (7439 m ASL).
Marek Żołądek – a traveller, and mountaineer who participated and co-organized many climbing and research expeditions that took him across 6 continents, e.g. the Himalayas, Andes, Alaska Range, Africa, Europe, Caucasus Mountains, the Rocky Mountains, Tierra del Fuego and Australia.
Maciek Ciesielski - a climber and author of many climbing routes in the Alaska Range, Asian mountains, Yosemite Mountains, Alps, Tatra Mountains, Karkonosze. Maciek is also a climbing instructor and a rescuer (a member of TOPR -Tatra Volunteer Search and Rescue).
Michał Apollo - a traveller, climber and mountaineer. He participated and co-organized many expeditions including: the Himalayas, Andes, Southern Alps, Caucasus Mountains, Great Dividing Range, Alaska Range, European mountains, Kilimanjaro Range, Cape Fold Belt and the Rocky Mountains.