Gary began sharing his passion for adventure as a guide over 20 years ago. Guiding throughout North and South America, he has taught rock climbing, ice climbing, mountaineering, tree climbing, caving, mountain biking, kayaking, and leadership development to a wide variety of audiences ranging from at-risk youth, people with disabilities, veterans, and business leaders.
Gary is an advocate for equal access for all and works with wide a range of skill levels including training people how to introduce climbing to people with disabilities. In his free time, he enjoys designing and innovating technique and gear to improve access and planning expeditions for Adaptive Climbing. Gary truly believe what he does, while not therapy, is therapeutic. When not in the field, he enjoys traveling with his wife and twin toddlers, as they learn all of the benefits of an active outdoor lifestyle.