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Men’s Leadership Summit Rocky Mountains: September 6-8, 2024

Leadership summit

A deep look at key leadership concepts through the lens of being a man

Explore Masculinity and leadership with The Kinetic Man

Join us as we partner with The Kinetic Man to help men become the best leaders, husbands, fathers, and friends possible. Explore key leadership skills like emotional intelligence, decision making and communication through the lens of being a man.  

The important details

What's Included

  • Certified guides
  • Facilitators from Cairn Leadership and The Kinetic Man
  • A guided reflection journal
  • Curated pre-work reflections, readings, and podcasts
  • Three leadership coaching sessions
  • Personalized leadership development plan
  • Online accountability session
  • Fitness training plan to prepare
  • Adventure Size 12 men with 4 guides / facilitators
  • Leadership Topics Emotional Intelligence I Communication | Decisions
  • Outdoor Activities Group Camping | Peak Hiking
  • Travel Fly into Denver
    Carpool to Timber Creek Campground (2.5hr drive)
    Start at 2pm Friday
    Finish 11am Sunday
  • Experience Level No experience required
  • Tents
  • Food
  • Cooking Gear
  • Safety gear & First Aid Kits
  • * You'll need clothing and a sleeping bag

At A Glance


Sep 6-8, 2024

Group Size

12 Clients
4 Guides


Rocky Mountain National Park


$1,999 Per Person
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Key Learning Objectives

  • Positive masculinity Explore how you want to show up as a man, leader, husband, father, and friend.
  • Emotions Explore emotional intelligence for men.
  • Communication Explore how your masculinity might help and hurt your communication with different audiences.
  • Decision Making Explore how your decision making might be impacted by your masculinity.


We will camp in Rocky Mountain National Park at the Timber Creek campground and spend the full day on Saturday summiting a peak with incredible views of the Rocky Mountains. Mt Ida is 12,800 and the hike climbs a ridgeline with incredible views on both sides for most of the way. Expect intentional conversations on the trail and in depth group conversations around the campfire at night. You will spend intentional time reflecting, journaling, and identifying next steps for when you return from the adventure.  

Challenge Level 3: Car Camping at Timber Creek Campground and a summit hike up Mt Ida (4.5 miles and 3,000 feet.)

Cancellation Policy: We know things come up and we start making our logistics plans two months before an adventure. Outside of 60 days you can get a full refund or move to another adventure free of charge. Between 60 and 30 days from your adventure we will move you to another adventure or refund 50% of your registration. Inside 30 days refunds are only by special circumstance. 

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