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Pacific Northwest Series – Glacier Peak

Date: 15 Jun, 2017  No Comments  JOSH OAKLEY

Join Veterans Expeditions during our Pacific Northwest Series.  More information to follow as the details are worked out. For questions/comments/concerns email Nick Watson at nick@vetexpditions.com. If you are new to our trips please provide a scanned copy of your DD214, VA ID, Driver’s License with veteran designation, or other military service documentation.


Black Lake Crags- Multi-pitch Ice Climbing INVITE ONLY

Date: 10 Mar, 2017  No Comments  admin

Join Veterans Expeditions for some advance ice climbing at Black Lake Crags in RMNP. This trip is by invite only since it requires advanced skills and additional training.  For any questions/comments/concerns email Nathan Perrault at Nate@vetexpeditions.com


THIS TRIP IS FULL: Ouray Climbing Series-February

Date: 17 Feb, 2017  No Comments  NATHAN PERRAULT

Come out for one of our most popular trips! Enjoy the beautiful scenery offered by Ouray and get out on some ice!!  The ice park of Ouray offers climbers of all abilities and is only a short walk away from the town. Climbing ice by day and sitting in the hot tubs at night, not too


THIS TRIP IS FULL: Ouray Ice Climbing Series – January THIS TRIP IS FULL

Date: 13 Jan, 2017  No Comments  JOSH OAKLEY

Come out for one of our most popular trips! Enjoy the beautiful scenery offered by Ouray and get out on some ice!!  The ice park of Ouray offers climbers of all abilities and is only a short walk away from the town. Climbing ice by day and sitting in the hot tubs at night, not too


Mt. Tom – Mt. Field – Mt. Avalon Loop

Date: 19 Nov, 2016  No Comments  JOSH OAKLEY

Join Veterans Expeditions on a hike of the Mt. Tom – Mt. Field – Mt. Avalon loop.  Weather will determine where and how long we are able to stay out. Dress for the conditions. Open to all abilities and vets. For any questions/comments/concerns email AJ Hunter at antoninohunter@gmail.com If you are new to our trips please


Reclaiming the Edge, When Veterans Climb

Date: 17 Nov, 2016  No Comments  admin

Eight shadows make their way over an icy slope guided by headlamps and instinct. As most Americans snuggle deeper under the covers in predawn slumber, this group climbs higher, pushing onward over rugged terrain. While their goal is to get to the top of Mount Rainier by sunrise, their purpose stretches far beyond reaching the


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