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    Our team leaders (from left to right): Jason Lawson, Russ Barstow, and Dave MacNeil!
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    While on the trail, the Everest Base Camp 2014 team takes a break to recognize Remembrance day, and honor those who have lost their lives, veterans and men and women in service.nn"In Flanders Fields the poppies blow,nBetween the crosses, row on row,nThat mark our place; and in the sky, The larks, still bravely singing, fly.nScarce heard amid the guns below."
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    The team was lucky enough to be in Tengboche for the full moon festival - only happens once a year!
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    And here is a photo of our 2014 team flying hope flags during their acclimatization hike! Everest in the background!
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    The EBC team is acclimatizing in Namche Bazaar right now - the main hub on the Everest Base Camp trek for climbers and mountaineers to pick up any necessary supplies, acclimatize to the altitude, and probably enjoy a yummy piece of apple pie! Ever seen a picture of Namche before? Check this one out - this was from our trek there in 2011!
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We climb mountains for children who cannot.

As we climb, we honour lives lost, celebrate survivors, and support some of the best care and research in the world at BC Children’s Hospital.

Our plans for the future are very exciting. As the reputation of our group grows, we are able to offer our climber/fundraisers incredible value in totally unique "adventure travel" mountaineering expeditions.

Discover the many

ways to get involved

Discover the many

ways to get involved

Our goal is not just to climb some of the world’s most extreme mountains. We also want to help BC Children’s Hospital fund some of the best research in the world, improve the quality of life of sick children, educate and provide care for those children who need it most.

Meet some of

our climbers

  • Gord Denhoed
  • Tom Higashio

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