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Trekking Your Way to Success Museum of Science
Science Park
Boston, MA
March 25, 2019
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Price: $25
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Museum of Science founding director Bradford Washburn was an avid mountaineer and world-famous cartographer. His spirit of adventure lives on in our annual Washburn Challenge fundraiser hike on Mt. Washington in New Hampshire. Join us for a panel discussion with Dean Cardinale and Kat Follows, world-famous high-altitude mountain guides, to learn more about the Washburn Challenge and how you can conquer your mountainous goals—whatever they may be.

This unique event is hosted by the Museum of Science Fundraising Events Committee in support of the Washburn Challenge. Each year, this committee, along with other climbing enthusiasts and Museum supporters, takes part in a one-day intensive traverse of some of New England’s most rugged terrain on Mt. Washington.

The Museum of Science founding director, Bradford Washburn, was an avid mountaineer and world-famous cartographer. His spirit of adventure lives on in our annual Washburn Challenge fundraiser hike on Mt. Washington in New Hampshire. Join us for a panel discussion featuring panelists Dean Cardinale and Kat Follows, avid adventurers and world-famous high-altitude guides, to learn more about their adventures, the Washburn Challenge, and how you can conquer your mountainous goals—whatever they may be. The panel will be moderated by Jeff Arnold, member of the Museum Board of Overseers and outdoor enthusiast. Read on below for full biographies on our panelists and moderator.

This unique event is hosted by the Museum of Science Fundraising Events Committee in support of the Washburn Challenge. Each year, this committee, along with other climbing enthusiasts and Museum supporters, take part in a one-day intensive traverse of some of New England’s most rugged terrain, Mt. Washington.

We hope you'll join us to learn more about achieving your goals in the face of adversity, the Museum’s connections with climbing and exploration, and how to get involved in the 2019 Washburn Challenge! To learn more about the Washburn Challenge, visit www.mos.org/challenge or e-mail challenge@mos.org.

Reception with beer, wine, and light snacks will precede program from 6-7 p.m. Panel begins promptly at 7 p.m. Garage parking complimentary.


Trekking Your Way to Success