Martyna Wojciechowska is a Polish TV presenter, climber, tourist, journalist, female sportswoman and writer. In 2010, she completed the Seven Summit Meetings. She presented the TV series Kobieta na krańcu świata and was the editor-in-chief of National Geographic Poland.
|Born||28, 1974, Warsaw, Poland|
|Occupation||TV host and author|
|Known for||Adventure, mountaineering|
|IMDb||Martyna Wojciechowska's IMDb|
Polish journalist and adventurer known for her work on TVN Poland, as well as being the editor-in-chief of National Geographic Poland and host of Woman at the End of the World.
She studied economics and was part of her first film production, How To Do It With Girls, in 2002.
She completed the Seven Summits, climbing the highest peak on each continent, when she scaled Mount Carstensz in 2010. She's also raced at the Paris-Dakar rally.
She has a daughter named Maria and a brother named Arkadiusz.
She and Maxime Chaya have both completed the Seven Summits.
- Poles for climbing Mount Everest
- Polish mountaineer
- Polish writers
- Writers from Warsaw
- Female climber
Latest information about Martyna Wojciechowska updated on June 14 2021.