Crevasse rescue training on the Ruth Glacier in Alaska. (Climber Ashley Griffin)

    Tap Into True Exploration


    Water taxi on the World Network of Biosphere Reserves. Inle Lake, Burma (Myanmar)

    Engage Your Curiosity


    Ngawang Pasang Sherpa with Ngagpa in the Rowaling, Nepal

    Form Deep Cultural Connections


    Beautiful "Jackson’s Three-Horned Chameleon" in Uganda

    Dive Into Pristine Nature


    Fascinating beauties on the Tibetan Plateau

    Experience Vast Diversity


    Thai food market. Chiang Rai, Thailand

    Taste New Cultures


    E3 – Exploradus Everest Base Camp 2014. (From left: Steve Slaughter, Shane Jones and Martin Glynn)

    Discover All-Time Highs

Exploradus Nepal 2015
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June 21st Happy Father’s Day »June 21, 2015 at 1:00 am by Exploradus Denali 2015 RSS Dispatch Feeds
YOUR HOST: Jim Williams was honored with the prestigious Lowell Thomas Award by the Explorers Club.
Jim received this award for mastering risk and uncertainty and sharing valuable lessons gained from field experience – a great feat for any lifelong explorer. Jim has successfully guided trips and led expeditions all over the world. He served on the board of the American Mountain Guides Association and is recognized worldwide as the first person to successfully guide the Seven Summits in less than one year.
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