Get to Know Berg Adventures Climbers
Every Berg Adventures climber has their own unique dreams, aspirations and abilities but they all have one thing in common… they have become a part of the BAI family by participating in one or more of our adventures. Many have fascinating stories to tell about their experiences, why they went on their BAI adventure, and how their travel experience has affected their lives back at home. Our “Meet a BAI Climber” section lets you read a few of their stories – in their own words.
“We finally got our first glimpse of Everest today, with the winds sending the signature plum off the top. It was exciting, intimidating and magical... and a long way off.”
“From this vantage point we could see all of the Sherpa lands in three directions.”
“I have been given the unique opportunity to be a member of an Everest expedition.”
“I mean no offense to leaders of my previous expeditions, but I met THE LEADER, WALLY BERG.”
After traveling with Berg Adventures to Kilimanjaro and Aconcagua, Howard decided to share his experiences with us.
Dave & Darcy Robertson
Dave and Darcy were so touched by their experience at Linde school that they decided to do something to help the school.
“I know my life is enhanced and I grow tremendously by experiencing new cultures and exploring new destinations.”
“I would absolutely go on another trip with BAI because I have total faith in Wally Berg and the folks around him. ”
“BAI gives you what we refer to as 'The Ultimate Epic Experience'. Travelling with the Berg team is like having a 'back stage pass to the Rolling Stones'”
“When one commits the time and money for a lifetime type adventure trip like Kilimanjaro or Everest Base Camp, one should choose their company very carefully.”
“My experience in Africa changed my life. Being as young as I am and seeing the things I did will dictate how I will live the rest of my life....”
Dr. Charles Martin
“I decided that my 70th birthday party would be one where I would return to Kilimanjaro and climb again and sleep in the Crater...”