Vibeke "Vibi" Sefland
Vibeke is a mountain climber, guide, adventurer, aid worker and officer in the Norwegian Armed Forces. She is one of a few Norwegians who have climbed “The 7 Summits” (the highest mountain on each of the 7 continents). She has been internationally recognized for her expeditions in the Himalayas, where she has, among other things, climbed 4 of the world's 8000meters and has been involved in rescue operations on Mt Everest. She always combines her expeditions with aid work or support to local societies. In that way her performance reaches a greater goal with deeper meaning. She has run projects in Nepal, Afghanistan, Uganda and South Sudan. Vibeke's last accomplishment is now written in to history as she guided the first Afghan woman to the top of Afghanistan's highest mountain Noshaq 7492m. She has been more than 25 years in the Armed Forces, and as a part of the NATO COE winter warfare center, she was the main instructor for the first all-female team to crossed Antarctica in 2018.
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