The Bucket List Project: Climbing in Patagonia
Johann Aberger built the Bucket List Project after his father passed away from Parkinson’s Disease 3 years ago. It’s an invitation for people to live their highest calling. He says, “As part of this project, I’ve started a successful business, run the Leadville 100, and worked to inspire people from all over the world to live ‘on-purpose.'”
In January of 2014, Johann traveled to the Fitz Roy region of Patagonia, in Southern Argentina. The trip was a creation of the Bucket-List Project with a simple commitment; to climb one of the major summits, come back safely, and to use the experience for the highest good. He says, “The landscape was stunning, the weather at times alarming, and the overall experience provided a level of insight that was rich and fulfilling.”
“I look forward to sharing stories that speak to our impermanence, the value of risk, adventure and suffering, as well as creating an invitation for participants to consider what they were put on this planet to do, and how they can begin creating that life immediately,” he says.
Please join us tomorrow at the Spring Valley Campus at 12pm!