He is currently working on a new project called "Seven Virgin Summits", in which he and paraglider friend Juraj Koreň are planning to climb seven untouched summits on seven continents. And to make it even better, they will fly down with parachutes.
The way they came up with this project is truly unprecedented. The 30-year-old climber and 25-year-old paraglider had made an agreement about a year earlier that Michal would teach Juraj to climb and he in turn would teach Michal to fly. Both have come a long way since then. Koreň made his record paragliding flight over Nepal (151 km) and Sabovčik conquered his first eight-thousander Dhaulagiri with Petr Hámor during his premiere on the highest mountain chain in the world.
In February, he returned from Antarctica, where they sailed from South America through the Drake Passage on a 17-meter sailboat, climbed a virgin mountain, and then flew down with parachutes.