High Altitude Mountaineering Seminar
September 30th – November 6th, 2013
The High Altitude Mountaineering Section of the Denver group will present its 25th annual seminar on high altitude mountaineering this fall. The seminar consists of six sessions on consecutive weeks starting on September 30, 2013, from 6:30 to about 9:00 p.m.
Ever wonder what it takes to climb high glaciated peaks? What would be a good peak to start with? Where do you begin in planning expeditions? For the answers to these questions, and more, come to the HAMS Seminars this fall.
This exciting program is designed for individuals who would like to do some armchair exploration of climbing big peaks, to the mountaineer who would like to increase their knowledge to challenge themselves on peaks 15,000 ft or higher.
You can attend one lecture or the entire series. All of our lectures are presented by experienced mountaineers. There are no per-requisites and all are welcome.
As a reminder, attendance at the entire series is a prerequisite for the High Altitude Mountaineering School.
Cost is $50 for the series or $10 for individual sessions at the door.
All sessions are from 6:30pm-9:00pm.
- Monday, September 30th
- Wednesday, October 9th
- Wednesday, October 16th
- Wednesday, October 23rd
- Wednesday, October 30th
- Wednesday, November 6th
For more information, please contact:
Cindy Bero at firstname.lastname@example.org
To register, you can; sign-up on-line (when available) with your credit card; call the CMC office at 303-279-3080; or send your name, address, phone number and check made out to “CMC” to the CMC office. Please note “HAMS Seminar” on your check.
2013 HAMS Seminar Committee Members:
- Cindy Bero
- Debbie Markham
- John Martersteck