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Climber who summited Everest presents at CMC on Thursday

Colorado Mountain College's study abroad program traveled to Nepal in 2021; the program is gearing up for a 21-day trip in November and December 2022. On Sept. 15, mountaineer and author Dr. Jon Kedrowski will describe CMC’s upcoming trip during a free, multimedia presentation at the Steamboat campus.
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Get a glimpse at the Himalayas as Dr. Jon Kedrowski presents at Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 15.

Not only will students learn about the upcoming study abroad opportunity in Nepal, but Kedrowski will share a slideshow from his new book, “Classic Colorado Hikes,” at the Allbright Auditorium at the Academic Center.

He will also share photos from the 2021 study abroad trip to Nepal during which students will spend 21 days studying geography, environmental science, experience the language and culture of the area and explore the villages below Mount Everest, and possibly make the trip to Everest basecamp.



Kedrowski is a mountain geographer and CMC adjunct faculty member who has summitted Everest three times.

For more information about CMC’s study abroad programs, go to coloradomtn.edu/academics/study-abroad. For information about the Steamboat campus, call 970-870-4444 or go to coloradomtn.edu/campuses/steamboat-springs/.


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