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Current Available Climbs to Join

 

Chimborazo – Ecuador – the highest mountain in Ecuador!  January 1 – 11, 2015

To raise awareness and funds for our “Conservation Scholars” program – to support students studying the sciences.

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“Conservation Trek thru the Ruins of Machu Picchu” Peru May, 2015

 

Machu Picchu

(Photo Credit: www.machu-picchu.us)

Our Machu Picchu Trek will focus on education for children.  We will visit with a local school in Peru.  We’ll be hiking an alternative route — the lesser-known eastern extension of the Inca Trail from the Moonstone to Sun Temple for 4 days. We are looking for 12 + individuals to join this climb and we are booking quickly! If you’d like to join our trek, please contact us.

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“Paddle for Conservation: Chesapeake Bay” – Virginia Beach, Virginia Summer 2015

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Green Girl Paddle Leader – Jocelyn Sidwell

Join us for a fun paddle-boarding event this summer to raise awareness about protecting the Chesapeake Bay. Contact us for more information…!

 

The French & Italian Alps – Summer 2015 to raise awareness and funds for endangered elephants.  

Mt Blanc

 

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“Climb for Conservation: Mt. Everest Base Camp” Nepal – May, 2016

Everest Base Camp

Fallon Feast

Everest Climb Leader Fallon Feast

We are researching pressing conservation issues near Mt. Everest Base Camp and planning a May 2016 climb to base camp. If you are interested in getting involved on this climb, please do not hesitate to contact us

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Climb for Conservation – Aconcagua – Winter 2016

Mt. Aconcagua

Julienne Stoeve

Aconcagua Climb Leader – Julienne Stoeve, PhD

Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the Americas at 22,837 ft. It’s located in the Andes mountain range, in the province of Mendoza, Argentina, and lies 70 miles west by north of the City of Mendoza, the capital of Mendoza Province. Aconcagua is the highest peak in both the Western and Southern Hemispheres and is also one of the “Seven Summits”.

Please contact Julienne at stroeve@kryos.colorado.edu for information on how to sign-up for the Aconcagua climb!

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Meet Our Climb Leaders

Ginna Kelly
Ginna Kelly
Jocelyn Sidwell
Jocelyn Sidwell
Fallon Feast
Fallon Feast
Julienne Stoeve
Julienne Stoeve, PhD

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