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We are always climbing mountains. From Denver, Colorado.

We are always climbing mountains. From Denver, Colorado.

Have you ever climbed a mountain? Literally or figuratively? Did you notice when you stand at the bottom of the mountain and look up… …it all seems so overwhelming? There are steep cliffs and crevices and many vertical miles to go and sometimes you see a foothold and sometimes the ground seems too smooth …

Have you ever climbed a mountain? Literally or figuratively? Did you notice when you stand at the bottom of the mountain and look up… …it all seems so overwhelming? There are steep cliffs and crevices and many vertical miles to go and sometimes you see a foothold and sometimes the ground seems too smooth …

“The bottoms of my shoes  are clean  from walking in the rain.” - Jack Kerouac, Book of Haikus #travel #quotes #literature #poetry #jackkerouac #haiku http://thecaffeinateddaytripper.com/2014/01/17/riding-shotgun-with-kerouac-15-inspiring-quotes-on-travel-from-the-greats-of-poetry-philosophy-and-literature

“The bottoms of my shoes are clean from walking in the rain.” - Jack Kerouac, Book of Haikus #travel #quotes #literature #poetry #jackkerouac #haiku http://thecaffeinateddaytripper.com/2014/01/17/riding-shotgun-with-kerouac-15-inspiring-quotes-on-travel-from-the-greats-of-poetry-philosophy-and-literature

The Best Mountaineering Expeditions for Beginners – Travel Adv ice | Travel Agent | OutsideOnline.com

The Best Mountaineering Expeditions for Beginners – Travel Adv ice | Travel Agent | OutsideOnline.com

Somewhere between the bottom of the climb and the summit is the answer to the mystery why we climb.  —	 Greg Child

Somewhere between the bottom of the climb and the summit is the answer to the mystery why we climb. — Greg Child

May get a tattoo of Salkantay mountain on the bottom of my leg piece to represent my first 15,000 foot climb and set in place with the outdoor theme surrounding by strength in support systems, belief, and invention

May get a tattoo of Salkantay mountain on the bottom of my leg piece to represent my first 15,000 foot climb and set in place with the outdoor theme surrounding by strength in support systems, belief, and invention

“I’ve been climbing my whole life and I’m only at the bottom of the mountain…My hands cannot reach it and my mind cannot comprehend it, but my soul is going to get there one day.” -Christa Wells

“I’ve been climbing my whole life and I’m only at the bottom of the mountain…My hands cannot reach it and my mind cannot comprehend it, but my soul is going to get there one day.” -Christa Wells

Our topographic models are of existing mountain peaks or ranges. Both the height of the wood base and mountains are to scale with the bottom of the base representing sea level. The wood base can also function as a box and has a wool felt interior. The mountains are created using 3D printing technology. A North arrow is also indicated on each model. We can create almost any peak in a variety of colors. A great gift to remember that epic climb or trip

Our topographic models are of existing mountain peaks or ranges. Both the height of the wood base and mountains are to scale with the bottom of the base representing sea level. The wood base can also function as a box and has a wool felt interior. The mountains are created using 3D printing technology. A North arrow is also indicated on each model. We can create almost any peak in a variety of colors. A great gift to remember that epic climb or trip

Most Dangerous Race in the World — Base Race To Win. Participants must race each other to the bottom of a cliff using only a wingsuit, the law of gravity and nerves of steel. The track for this event is a 2,500 foot drop down the side of a cliff, somewhere in Norway.

Most Dangerous Race in the World — Base Race To Win. Participants must race each other to the bottom of a cliff using only a wingsuit, the law of gravity and nerves of steel. The track for this event is a 2,500 foot drop down the side of a cliff, somewhere in Norway.

Have you ever climbed a mountain? Literally or figuratively? Did you notice when you stand at the bottom of the mountain and look up… …it all seems so overwhelming? There are steep cliffs and crevices and many vertical miles to go and sometimes you see a foothold and sometimes the ground seems too smooth …

Have you ever climbed a mountain? Literally or figuratively? Did you notice when you stand at the bottom of the mountain and look up… …it all seems so overwhelming? There are steep cliffs and crevices and many vertical miles to go and sometimes you see a foothold and sometimes the ground seems too smooth …

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