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June 18, 2011
“The challenge of change is forcing us to rethink our values and to rekindle our spirit of adventure. It will take courage, resourcefulness and endurance to meet this challenge - the courage to try, to commit and to take more risks; the resourcefulness to be innovative and creative in finding new ways of doing old things; and the endurance to keep moving forward despite all the setbacks....
June 12, 2011
By Rob Pearlman In November 2010 I was lucky enough to meet two therapists from the Take a Hike program while working through a Wilderness First Aid Course at Strathcona Park Lodge, Vancouver Island, BC.  I was impressed with the work they were doing and have been keen to learn more ever since.  Jaydeen Williams, the Executive Director of the Take a Hike - Youth at Risk Foundation...
June 4, 2011
A climber’s greatest challenge lies within ~ Margo Talbot On June 6, our friend Margo will release her memoir All That Glitters. It is the story of a climber’s journey through addiction and depression, and her path to self-discovery and healing as she follows her passion for the mountains and ice climbing. It is a story that she says she wants to share “because it is about...
May 25, 2011
What would you do if you were told you’d have about 14 days to live? Sean Swarner was faced with such a question twice, once at age 13 and once at age 16. He’d even been read his last rights, yet somehow, he survived the two unrelated types of cancer. Sean says, “after surviving these two mountains, I realized no challenge would be too great, no peak too high.”...
May 19, 2011
Climbing for change truly does come in all shapes and forms. And for one man, his personal climb for change journey is not only possible because of sheer determination and stamina, but also because of a tool that allows him to “see” with his tongue! Yes, Erik Weihenmayer has been blind since age 13, yet it hasn’t kept him from fulfilling his dream of pursuing mountaineering...

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