Five Lessons Learned in a Decade of Guiding

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Five Lessons Learned in a Decade of Guiding - Mountaineers Tacoma Program Center

Evening seminar on lessons learned from a decade of guiding. Presented by Charlotte Austin.

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6:30-8:30pm upstairs in the Classroom

International mountain guide Charlotte Austin has spent most of the past decade guiding internationally, and she's joining us tonight to share five of the most important lessons she's learned — and how those lessons can be translated into actionable, hands-on tools to make your trips safer and more successful.

Charlotte Austin is an award-winning adventure writer and international mountain guide. In her decade of guiding, she's led climbing and mountaineering expeditions in the Himalaya, Alaska, South America, and more. She is a Wilderness-EMT, extra class ham radio operator, Leave No Trace Master Trainer, and holds AIARE Level 2 certification. She's written about gender dynamics in the mountains, the benefits of debriefing after every climb, and how to start ice climbing. On May 22, 2019, she summitted Mount Everest. To learn more, check out www.charlotteaustin.com.

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