WEDNESDAY 19. 7. 2017

THURSDAY 20. 7. 2017

15.00–16.00
Libor Uher (CZ) – The crown of Karakoram – ascents of eight–thousand-metre peak by a lover of the Beskids

16.15–17.15
Martin Vačkář (CZ) – Japan – my love

17.30–18.30
Václav Cílek (CZ) – How to dissolve civilisation?

18.45–20.15
Libor Dušek (CZ) – With skis on Afghanistan’s highest mountains

20.30–21.30
Jaroslav Pavlíček (CZ) – The Antarctic – a land for adventurers

15.00–16.00
Michal Kleslo (CZ) – Mountains of the Silk Road

16.15–17.15
Günther Schermann (AUT) – Crop circles – gentle, harmonic and lightful messages for mankind

17.30–18.30
Dina Štěrbová (CZ) – First lady of Czech mountaineering: Afghanistan adventure 1977

18.45–20.15
Lucie Drbohlavová (CZ) – The Silk Road – The Pamir for shepherds, yaks and yurt

20.30–21.30
Josef Milfait (CZ) – Snow Leopard award. Seven–thousand–metre Tian–Shan Mountains

FRIDAY 21. 7. 2017

SATURDAY 21. 7. 2017

14.00–15.00
Jan Miklín (CZ) – Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan

15.15–16.15
Rudolf Švaříček (CZ) – New Guinea

16.30–17.30
Tomáš Hanák (CZ) – Vietnam – its scents, colours, forms and movements

17.45–18.45
Vladimír Nosek (CZ) – Ascent of Everest – retrospective by a doctor and mountaineer

19.00–20.30
Klára Kolouchová (CZ) – Expedition to K2

14.00–15.00
Miloslav Stašek (CZ) – Bhutan – land of Buddhism, happiness and humility – an account by the first Czech ambassador in Bhutan

15.15–16.15
Václav Dejčmar (CZ) – Ayahuasca and the journey into your own heart

16.30–17.30
Vlado Zboja (SK) – The world’s highest mountains and the role of the guide

17.45–18.45
Josef Šimůnek (CZ) – Eight-thousand-metre peaks from the perspective of a mountain guide, ski mountaineer and climber

19.00–20.00
Josef Formánek (CZ) – Siberut – island of ghosts and shamans