Vít is currently completing his doctoral studies at the Charles University Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, and at the same time he works as a CFD engineer. He started climbing while studying at university, but soon fell in love and climbed everything he could, anywhere and with anyone. As he likes to travel to Third World countries, far away from civilization and into the middle of nature, he combined the necessary and the useful and started climbing in the remote areas of the Himalayas, Tian Shan, Andes or the Hindu Kush. His greatest climbing achievements, all with his partner, Jaroslav Maixner, include the highest mountain peak in Afghanistan, Noshaq, at 7,492 m a.s.l., Kyrgyz Chan Tengri at 7,010 m a.s.l., or Peruvian Chopicalqui at 6,354 m a.s.l.
In addition to high altitude climbing, he loves icebergs, Czech sand, and in the future he would like to become a mountain guide.