The Bradford Washburn American Mountaineering Museum presents:
The 2014 Hall of Mountaineering Excellence
Gala & Induction Ceremony
With guest presentation by Gerry Roach
Saturday, April 5, 2014
American Mountaineering Center
710 10th Street, Golden, CO 80401
Honoring individuals for their accomplishments on and off the mountain.
We are pleased to announce the 2014 inductees:
Bradford and Barbara Washburn
Fanny Bullock Workman
This one-of-a-kind event will include a cocktail reception in the Museum, catered dinner, live appeal, induction ceremony and presentation by Mr. 14er Gerry Roach
Visit our online album to see pictures from last year's event: 2013 Gala Photo Album
Join us for this one-of-a-kind event
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Sponsor a Table ($800):
Designated table for 8 with signage
Name or logo included in program
Recognition during the Gala presentation
Previous HoME Inductees:
2013: Nick Clinch, Barry Corbet, Norman Dhyrenfurth, Jeff Lowe, Peter Metcalf
2012: Arlene Blum, Henry W. Kendall, Dee Molenaar, Louis Reichardt
2011: Fred Beckey, Tom Hornbein, Royal Robbins, Miriam Underhill, Willi Unsoeld
2010: Robert Bates, Yvon Chouinard, Robert Craig, Dr. Charles Houston
The Award Criteria
In keeping with the goals, mission, and vision of the American Mountaineering Museum, the inductees cover a broad-spectrum in their accomplishments on and off the mountain. Criteris is listed below.
- Accomplished mountaineer: Any inductee must have a substantial list of mountaineering accomplishments under his/her belt. This can be in any discipline - mountaineering, rock, ice, mixed, etc. Inductees should have a background that includes significant achievements like ground breaking first ascents, etc.
- Multi-dimensional: The museum focuses not only on the sport of mountaineering, but also on the tangential aspects of climbing, namely environment, culture, art, teamwork, etc. Thus, any inductee must not be simply a great mountaineer, but must also have made contributions of significance in other areas relating to the mountains.
These areas include, but are not limited to:
- Giving back to the climbing community directly through advocacy, financial support (grants, etc.), activism, etc.
- Giving back to the climbing community indirectly through the creation of an admirable and inspiring legacy which touches and inspires current and future generations of climbers.
- Positively impacting the cultures and peoples of the mountains through various works.
- Positively impacting the environment of the mountains through various works.
- Preserving mountain and mountain climbing history through various works.
- Contributing heavily and uniquely to mountain art, through poetry, painting, photography, video/film, etc.
- Contributing to the field of mountain science and medicine.