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Eric Alexander Motivational Speaker

Adventure Beyond Limits

No Limits to What We Can Achieve in Christ

Eric Alexander

World-Class Adventurer

Eric Alexander, a world-class skier, climber, and mountaineer is achieving his goals while playing an instrumental role in helping others to achieve their own.  In May of 2001 he defied the odds and scaled Mt. Everest with his blind- friend Erik Weihenmayer, and more recently traveled to Russia with Erik, to climb and ski Mt. Elbrus, at 18,500 ft – one of the seven summits (the highest points on each of the seven continents) making this the first-ever blind ascent of Mt Elbrus.  When not instructing disabled skiers in Vail, Colorado Eric directs Adventures Beyond Limits, an organization that educates and encourages youth with disabilities in the outdoors. 

Eric grew up in the Colorado Rockies and started climbing in his teens with his church youth group.  He was a member of the University of Denver ski team, which led him to pursue work as a Ski Patrolman in Vail and in the French Alps getting him a spot in a Warren Miller ski movie – Snowriders II.  Eric’s climbing abilities were continually improving and refined over the years with expeditions throughout the Rockies, Tetons, Mexico, French Alps and Himalayas. 

Climbing has not always been without its trials.  Eric reminds us of our humanity and demonstrates the courage and faith it took to succeed in climbing Everest after a near-fatal 150’ fall in the Himalayas the year before.  Prayerfully trusting the Lord Eric stepped out in faith and persevered through eight months of recovery to play an integral part on this historic Everest expedition.  As Eric prayed that God would close the doors on this journey, being that he did not feel fit for its demands, the doors were only opened wider and one year after his near death experience Eric found himself on top of the World with his blind friend experiencing God’s grace and strength. 

Eric now travel’s the country sharing his story of faith, trust and perseverance with schools, churches and corporations.  Commenting on his work as a speaker Eric says:  “…maybe I’d rather be climbing, but I feel so strongly about what God has done for me that I really want others to experience his goodness by living a life of faith to overcome the Everest’s in their lives.”

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