Monthly Leadership Coaching and Outdoor Skill Subscription- Summit

Climbing Mt Russel CA
Climbing Mt Russel CA

Monthly Leadership Coaching and Outdoor Skill Subscription- Summit

600.00

The ultimate adventure leadership coaching option. Designed with leadership growth goals in conjunction with an outdoor objective. We will work with you to identify a goal, but some examples include- Climbing Mt Whitney, your first multi-pitch rock climb at Tahquitz, learning to trad climb at Joshua Tree, back backpacking on the Muir Trail or whatever you dream up. You will get the coaching package as well as a monthly outdoor skills lesson for 6-8 hours. Learn rock climbing, navigating, mountaineering skills, crevasse rescue, avalanche safety, or any other knowledge you need to achieve your outdoor dream summit. Pricing is for locations within 8 hours. Outside of 8 hours will require custom pricing for travel and assistant guides!

Four or six month subscription includes:

Two one hour in person or phone coaching sessions a month (your preference).

Your summit adventure- up to a three day excursion.

One 6-8 hour outdoor skill session per month.

Unlimited free access to the monthly Adventure Leadership Forum activities and discussions.

Unlimited email access for short coaching questions and accountability.

10% discount for paying full subscription up front.

Billing works on rolling 30 day periods.

Reach the Sky!

Knight does some great work. He has trained me on multiple occasions, and his patience, attention to detail, and teaching approach are excellent. I highly recommend Knight.

I’ve had 5+ outings with Knight. He’s a great teacher and facilitator!

I have participated in a variety of coaching activities in the past, but the Cairn Leadership Strategies experience was unlike anything I have ever done. I found a new strength within myself, while also developing a better sense of direction in moving forward to achieve my personal business goals. Through the experience, I was able to clear my mind of the day-to-day clutter and cut to the heart of what matters most to me as an entrepreneur. One thing I learned on my personal ascent was that there are many ways in which to approach a climb, but you have to make a decision on which one to take. You can take one of many paths forward or you can try to go backwards and find another route. But if you do nothing, you will be stuck on the crag indefinitely and never achieve your goals.