1949 GMC: The art of slowing down
Editor’s Note - With the first week of our 2019 GMC stated to begin this weekend, we thought it would be fun to look back on the 1949 GMC from a quaint (and gorgeous) journal we received.
Our GMC’s have always been a place where participants can unplug and reflect on the environment, make new friends and explore new terrain. The journal does a perfect job at explaining why these things are so special and why it’s important to slow down to have these types of experiences.
… also, it’s worth noting that we have no idea who the author is - if you know, send us a note to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Freshfields Glacier, 1949
Join us in the 2020 GMC!
For 2020, we are excited to announce the GMC will be visiting the unique and beautiful alpine wilderness surrounding Mt. Mummery in the Western Rockies. This spectacular peak which stands just shy of 11,000 feet is surrounded by glaciers and several peaks with no recorded ascents. We also hope to gain access to the glacial expanse of the Freshfield Icecap (the location in this blog!) from basecamp which offers several more 10,000 feet peaks including Mt. Freshfield.