Future Expeditions

I have created a plan in order to prepare for my next mountaineering goal, Mount Logan, Canada’s highest peak located on the world greatest glaciers in Yukon. The plan consists of climbing numerous mountains via hard routes, during out of regular climbing seasons, and climbing solo. This project began with Aconcagua in 2010 followed by Ojos del Salado where my climbing friend Thomas Laussermair and I climbed unassisted and unguided. The following year, I undertook a winter mountaineering expedition on three different peaks, Mt. Adams, Mt. Hood and Mt. Rainier. My next step is to climb solo or lead a climb on a few peaks in the Alps or in Ecuador. Once I have acquired all the necessary skills and experience, I will then climb Mt. Logan, after which I will immediately climb Denali solo. After this project is complete, I will resume my quest for the Seven Summits, and possibly include more mountains in Kazakhstan and the Himalayas.

Antoine Labranche on the summit of Mt Hood

Future Expeditions:

Ecuador’s Volcanoes: Climb Illiniza Norte and Sur, Cotopaxi, Cayambe, Antisana and Chimborazo.

Peruvian and Bolivian Andes: Alpamayo, Artesonraju, Huascarán, and Illimani, Huayna Potosí, Sajama.

The Great Alps: Mt. Blanc, Eiger, Monte Rosa, and the Matterhorn.

United States: Granite Peak and Gannett Peak.