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Mt. Elbert Climb for Conservation Team

2019 Climbs

Please email us if there is a specific hike you’d like to join.

On each climb, hikers are educated on important conservation issues, specifically focusing on an endangered species.  Hikers build awareness and create a global dialogue for species extinction.  Hikers also commit to fundraising!

Trips include both men and women.

#1 – Colorado “14er” June 2019 (dates TBD) – Beginner 14er Hike

FREE!  Donation kindly requested

 

#2 – MT. KILIMANJARO (Tanzania) Climb, July 19 – 28, 2019 

Climb one of the world’s “7 Summits!”  The highest peak in Africa

July 19-28, 2019

$5,100

Team Captain:  Ginna Kelly

Email Ginna for detailed itinerary: ginna@climbforconservation.org

 

#3 – MT. RAINIER, Washington – Technical Climb 

August 18-21, 2019

Annual fundraising climb!

$3,000

Only 8 more spots available spots!

Climb the highest peak in the state of Washington!  One of the iconic mountaineering climbs in the continental United States.

“Commercial Non-Pro­fit Special Use Permit (SUP)” issued by Mount Rainier National Park.

Prior mountaineering experience required.  This is a technical, endurance climb.

Team Captain:  Joshua Hummel

Email Ginna for detailed itinerary:  ginna@climbforconservation.org

 

#4 – BRAZIL TREK AND WILDLIFE TOUR IN THE PANTANAL, September 2019

Partnership with Panthera 

September 2019

$5,000

Join us on a very special visit to see Panthera’s Pantanal Jaguar Program! Join us on a once in a lifetime trip with hiking, trekking, jaguar viewing, bird watching and cultural immersion…. all in partnership with the non-profit Panthera to see and save jaguars!

Team Captain: April Kelly

 

Please contact Ginna at ginna@climbforconservation.org for itineraries, price, and to sign-up for any climb!

Or call 757-784-4432

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Climb Leaders

Ginna Kelly

April Kelly

Libby Price

Jaclyn Leo

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