The Bradford Washburn American Mountaineering Museum in Golden has some amazing history inside. The museum is a good deal, too.
A Colorado photographer who had to be airlifted off Mount Everest won’t return to a National Geographic expedition up the mountain.
A Boulder-based photographer and climber for National Geographic had to be airlifted off of Mount Everest for fear he was suffering from pulmonary embolism or a blood clot in the lungs.
Ten years ago Erik Weihenmayer became the first and only blind man to scale Everest. He didn’t need to see it — he felt it — he lived it. He introduced people to a world with no barriers.
Generations of climbers have been inspired by the simple fact that a mountain is there. That’s the basis of a new IMAX movie at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.