Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2010’

Art + Ararat = Impressive

It's not the highest mountain in the world, or the most beautiful, or most challenging, or…A lot of people wouldn't …

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Guiding Lessons on Artos

I've been guiding since 1993, and yet I still have my challenging days. One of the  hardest – and most …

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Far off in Eastern Anatolia

It's been a long day, so this will be but a brief update from the road. We took an early …

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Ararat & Eastern Turkey After 17 Years

It was 1993, and I had been on the road a long time. After 5 ½ months of studying in …

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Lessons on Leadership & Teamwork from 700m Below Ground

The mountains have taught me a great deal about leadership and teamwork over the years. It seems that often the …

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Australis: An Antarctic Ski Odyssey at CMC’s Backcountry Bash!

My friend Chris Davenport and his crew have just released their new film, Australis: An Antarctic Ski Odyssey.  From the …

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Stangl Faked K2 Ascent: What Are We Climbing For?

News just came out this morning that Austrian speed climber Christian Stangl faked  his August 12 summit of K2. His was …

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