Join us for an inspirational talk from Canberra raised mountaineer and adventurer, Rolfe Oostra.
Rolfe was once an active climber of the ANUMC and currently lives in the French Pyrenees. He is a mountaineer and co-founder of 360 Expeditions and has summitted some of the highest and most technical peaks on Earth – including Ama Dablam, Manaslu, Cho Oyu and Everest. He has made notable first alpine ascents in the Andes, Karakoram and Greenland and has established many new rock-climbing routes in Africa, South America and Australia. He has also explored many unknown landscapes and communities, from un-paddled rivers in the Congo and Amazon basin to traversing some of the world’s most isolated deserts.
He’ll be back on home turf and joining us for one night only to talk about his incredible adventures and summits and to share his advice and experiences.
Venue: The Tank, Haydon-Allen Lecture Theatre
Time: 6.45pm for a 7pm start
Family and friends are welcome. Entry to the door is by gold coin donation and the proceeds go to the Juniper Trust.
More about Rolfe Oostra click here.