Everest 3.0: Sensory Awareness


Quote of the Day:

“Mountaineering is more of a quest for self-fulfilment than a victory over others or over nature. The true mountaineer knows that he has not conquered a mountain by standing on its summit for a few fleeting moments. Only when the right people are in the right places at the right time are the big mountains climbed; never are they conquered.” – Charles Houston

Did You Know?

The longest stay on the Everest summit was 21 and half hours by Babu Chiri Sherpa

Activity Suggestion:

Objective: Promote sensory awareness and inspire outdoor recreation appreciation.

Time in nature stimulates all of our senses, sight, sound, touch, taste. For this activity the class will have the chance to think about their senses and how the outdoor environment makes them feel.

Activity: We suggest you take the class outside for 30-45 minutes and have them complete the sensory inventory form provided in the link below.

My Mountaineer Senses Are Tingling

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2 Responses to Everest 3.0: Sensory Awareness

  1. Walter Harding says:

    Sending fondness and positive thoughts your way!

  2. lookingforlori says:

    Our family is talking about you daily, watching and sending positive energy your way. 🙂

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