Summer 2020: Get Involved

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DiscoveryBound National Leadership Council trip

Our programs and other opportunities to get involved look a little different this year, but they’re still focused on “Opening Windows to God”! We’d love for you to connect with us in one or more of these ways this summer and beyond, starting with our metaphysical theme from Miscellaneous Writings.

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Summer Update from the Executive Director

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Leadville, CO participant

This year has been like no other for Adventure Unlimited, but one thing is clear: While the format looks different, we are still finding new opportunities to open windows to God. We are grateful for the ways in which prayer has enriched our experiences both in serving new communities, like nearby Leadville, and serving our traditional constituency in new ways.

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An Update from the Executive Director

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In the last few months, our world has changed substantially. The Adventure Unlimited staff, like so many of you, has been working remotely, finding new ways to execute our mission of Opening Windows to God. We’ve also been making decisions on a daily basis about the future of Adventure Unlimited programs in the coming months.

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Mine Eyes Look Toward the Mountains

We are getting very excited to see all of you back at the A/U Ranches this August for what is sure to be the ultimate reunion. Whether you were on staff as a guide or a camper that majored in mountaineering like me, or someone who came to enjoy hiking as an adult, this is an event not to miss. The mountains are calling. Will you answer?

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Mountaineering Memories: Hap Holly

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I scaled my first mountain at A/U’s College Stampede. Those not wishing to ascend Collegiate peaks such as Harvard, Yale, Columbia, or Princeton, were given the option to go on so-called cake walks to Harvard Lakes or Brown’s cabin. I reluctantly signed up the night before the climb to abuse my big, fine body climbing Mt. Elbert, Colorado’s highest peak.

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