The Kim Hess smile tells the story but the photographer needs a few lessons. We are guessing the minimal oxygen may have contributed to the miss.
Rx Task Force and Manic Training have joined forces to raise funds to support community-wide drug addiction awareness and education. This challenging team event, open to all ability levels, will be at Whistler Park, September 10th from 10am-12pm. It will be $50 per person with a minimum of six people a team. We would also like each team to get a local business to sponsor your team for a minimum of $200. Their sponsorship will get them on the event T-shirt,and make them part of this community effort to fight drug addiction. We will be taking a maximum of 25-teams so don't delay, because we expect these spots will fill up quickly. If you would like a team spot please contact firstname.lastname@example.org If you can not make it and would still like to donate, also contact us here for details
Five years and counting for the Manic Crew at Tour de Steamboat. 116 miles over three mountain passes done.
I've been Back-packing and climbing around South America for the last couple of months and I completed my hardest trek yet last week; Cordillera Huayhuash. Climbed/backpacked/hiked over 110 miles in 9 days. Each day we climbed well over 14,000ft many passes were over 15,000. This picture is after climbing Cerro Huacrish Ridge at 16,568 and I wanted to give a shout out to you guys! I have done some unbelievable treks and climbs the past two months and I don't think I would have been able to do it without all of my Manic training to back me up.