Great climber, famous mountaineer, active in the mountains since 1985. A member of the legendary "Dream Team" (next to Jack Fluder, Stanislaw Piecuch, later also Grzegorz Skorek), which over the years has made a series of the finest alpine climbing lines in the history of Polish mountaineering, including a winter ascent along the walls of the Troll Wall in Norway, the first winter ascent of Manitua on the north face of Grandes Jorasses in the Mont Blanc massif. He has also made the first Polish ascent of Piola-Ghilini on the north face of the Eiger. The culmination of his climbing successes was the demarcation in 1999 of a new route on one of the hardest walls in the Himalayas - the wall of Kedar Dome in the Himalayas Gharwalu. After a nearly 10-year break, Janusz Golab returned in 2012 in the high mountains, where together with Adam Bielecki, made the first winter ascent of Gasherbrum I on an eight-thousander (8068m). Janusz Golab was twice awarded with the prestigious Colossus and lately, he received a Golden Cross of Merit in 2015 from the President of Poland.