Doug Scott, C.B.E. "The Significant and Joyous Moments of Being in the Mountains"
May 9, 2015
May 4, 2022
We have four tickets to give away for Doug Scott's reception and presentation "The Significant and Joyous Moments of Being in the Mountains." The giveaway is away to celebrate Ogden, Utah.
"This is the place Al Capone said was too wild for his taste in the 1920s. And while today we've replaced the 1920s bootlegging, prostitution, and gambling with high adventure skiing, climbing, kayaking, andmountain biking, Ogden's soul will always be a bit rowdy." - Ogdencity.com.
To enter, just visit (and LIKE) our Mountain Luxury Real Estate and Development facebook page and tell us something you like about Ogden. We'll randomly give away two sets of two tickets to the reception and presentation on Monday September 24th. See details below.
The DaVinci Academy, in conjunction with the GOAL Foundation and the Ogden Valley Winter Sports Foundation invite you to join us September 27th for a Reception and Presentation featuring guest speaker and world renowned alpinist Doug Scott. Reception will be held at the Front Climbing Gym beginning at 6:00 pm. Reception includes Slackwater Pizza and Refreshments. Local Mount Everest Ascenders, Will Calton and Tom Burton, will also be there for you to mingle with!
The Presentation will be immediately following the reception at 7:30 just next door at the DaVinci Academy.
About Doug Scott:
Doug made the first ascent of the West Face of Mt Everest becoming the first Englishman to stand on its summit. He was one of the early climbers to do the "Seven Summits" and has recently received the "Piolet d'Or" the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Union of Alpinist (UIAA). He has summited over forty Himalayan peaks. Doug has been honored by Queen Elizabeth II with a CBE (Commander of the British Empire) and is the Past President of the British Alpine Club and currently directs one of the most effective charities in Nepal, Community Action Nepal, which builds schools and health posts in the more remote areas of Nepal. He is an amazing photographer and is highly sought after on the international speaking circuit.
See you there!
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