Jerome Sullivan

Working as a UIAGM/IFMGA mountain guide all over the world has taught me a lot about what it means to share your passion! Curiosity is the word that defines me, that of discovering mountains and the humans who love them.

Jerome Sullivan
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Today, my life is shared (but the border is thin and often gets lost) between my amateur and professional practice of mountaineering and climbing. Travelling and discovering new walls with Johanna, my wife, or with my friends, and facilitating alpine dreams by working as a guide are my motivations!

Here is a (non-exhaustive) list of ascents that have marked my life as a mountaineer and nourished my dreams for many years :

  • “Royal Flush” (1000m, 7c), Fitz roy, alpine style, decembre 2011.
    5th ascent of the east pillar of the Fitz roy.
  • First free ascent of the DRU West Pillar since the collapse. Combination of the “la voie des papas” and 300m of new pitches “los gitanos”. 1000m, 7b, Chamonix, march 2012.
    Spanish climbing federation prize for the best European ascent

  • First ascent of “Zexy Nice” 7b, 400m, T.A, Morocco, Rif, april 2012, trad.
  • First ascent of the “AKKA 47” 350m, 7b+, Taghia, trad, Morocco
  • First ascent of “escalar puede matar” Los Arenales, Argentina, 7b+ 300m, trad.
  • First ascent of “El pillar del sol naciente” (1000M ; 7b, A1, M6, WI 6) Cerro Murallon, Patagonia. November 2012. Read blog post & film… [french]
    Spanish climbing federation prize for the best ascent of the year

  • First ascent of “Iliad” (900m, TD) and first general ascent of Mont Boucansaud. Revelations, Alaska, March 2014.
  • First ascent of the “Pic Pyramide” and opening of the “Odyssee” (1100m, M7, 6b, 90°, A1) Revelations, Alaska, March 2014.
  • First ascent of “Hasta las webas”, Cerro Riso Patron. (1000m, ED). Patagonia, september 2015.
    Piolet d’Or 2016
  • First ascent of the needle “El Faro” on the East face of Cerro San Lorenzo, Patagonia, October 2018. “La Milagrosa”, 1200m, A3, M7, 6a. Read the post on the blog…