Mt Harvard 5 day 14ner

Conquer a 14ner, push boundries, all in one epic weekend

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Conquer a 14ner, and push boundaries, all in a long weekend. We will start with a seriously gourmet meal when you arrive in Cottonwood Lake campground, summiting a 14ner and down in 2 days, and finishing with a day of adventure after a relaxing stay in Buena Vista where a real bed and meal never tasted so good! Sure there might be a little altitude challenge to the body, but the reward will be far sweeter.


Designed for those with a hectic schedule, but just as much sense of adventure, this trip will push your beyond what you think is possible. Challenging and pushing your comfort zones, summiting Mt. Harvard and the adventure after will see your zeal for life restored and revitalize your own sense of purpose.


While this will be an unforgettable personal experience, a 14ner summit will not be your only achievement by joining us on this trip! This trip is designed so that your participation provides a substantial opportunity to build a strong and effective community culture centered around a bonding experience that lasts beyond just the summit.


After an amazing summit of Mt. Harvard, we will be partaking in an adventure experience with professional guides. Whether rock climbing, rafting, or fishing, this will be a great culmination of the trip together.

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Trip Overview
Season Spring-Fall
Dates 2020
Expedition Start Point Denver, CO
Days on Expedition 5
Travel Included to and from Expedition start No
Cost $1700 pp
Expedition Area Buena Vista, Colorado and surrounding area
Activities 14ner Mt Harvard Summit, Rafting
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I would absolutely recommend an expedition. The experiences are unforgettable, and it has the ability to change your outlook on nature.

Brian Haeger

Mt. Harvard and Buena Vista, Colorado