In October of 1982 Laurie Skreslet became the first Canadian to summit Mt. Everest. Since reaching that milestone, Laurie has participated in over 30 world-class expeditions into the Canadian Rockies, Nepal, South America and India. His accomplishments have resonated with adventure seekers around the world and Laurie is a popular motivational speaker on the parallels between climbing mountains and the challenges people face on a daily basis. "We can all find excuses for why we can't do things, but in the end, excuses don't produce results," he says. "What produces results is a willingness to try. To go beyond what you've done in the past, get back up and try again. That's what leads to success."

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  • Gloves
    Ice pick
    Canada Goose Skreslet Parka in Summit Pink
    Carabineer
    Rock climbing shoes
    crampon

From left to right: Well-used gloves – worn out from consistent use of ice pick and rappelling; Ice pick, a key piece of survival gear on the mountain; Canada Goose Skreslet Parka in Summit Pink; Carabineer and various accessories – links whole climbing system together and can hold up to 5,000 lbs; Rock climbing shoes used on over 500 expeditions; High altitude climbing boots used to summit Everest in 1982

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