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Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2009’

Sun City Texas Hiking Club, Build Adventuring Into Your Daily Life

A few months ago, at Board meeting for my organization, I had the pleasure of discussing Towns and Trails – and outdoor adventure in general – with several of the other attendees.

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Rock Climbing Benefits People With Autism and Asperger's

A colleague recently forwarded me an article highlighting the benefits that rock climbing (indoor and outdoor) can have for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), including Asperger’s Syndrome. 

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Rock Climbing Benefits People With Autism and Asperger’s

A colleague recently forwarded me an article highlighting the benefits that rock climbing (indoor and outdoor) can have for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), including Asperger’s Syndrome. 

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See Kili Our Way: Blind Climbers Summit Kilimanjaro

On June 29th a team of 25 climbers from See Kili Our Way topped out on Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. In doing so they established two new records.

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17 Year Old NH Hiker Fined $25,000 for Cost of Rescue

Scott Mason, the 17 year old Massachusetts teen who was praised for his survival skills after spending 3 nights alone on Mt. Washington, has been fined $25,000 for the cost of his rescue.

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Mountain mischief: Climber fined for raising false alarm

Here’s another one to put in the “what was he thinking?” column. An experienced climber was handed a fine yesterday of £600, or roughly $1,000, for his huge lapse in judgement while climbing a Scottish mountain last February.

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