Ed Viesturs

Ed Viesturs


Washington resident Ed Viesturs is widely regarded as this country's foremost high-altitude mountaineer. He is familiar to many from the 1996 IMAX Everest Expedition documentary and in 2002, he was awarded the historic Lowell Thomas Award by the Explorer's Club for outstanding achievement in the field of mountaineering. In winning the award, he joined an elite group of climbers ... VIEW MORE

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  • Program Themes

    His themes include Team Work, Goal Setting, Perseverance, and inspirational entertainment in general. His lectures are ... View More


    Viesturs lecture discusses (and documents) his primary goal of climbing the World’s 14 peaks over 8000 meters (26,000’ ... View More

  • Everest Imax Expedition 1996 -Mountain Without Mercy

    Viesturs lecture documents his roll in the 1996 Everest Imax expedition as climbing leader and featured character in ... View More

Text Reviews
  • Ed was the finest speaker I have ever heard. He was dynamic, inspirational, articulate, insightful, just simply outstanding. Our attendees, of whom there were about 600 medical and business people present, were spellbound by his presentation.
  • MEDNAX Services/Pediatrix Medical Group/American Anesthesiology
  • The feedback on your presentation has been exceptional and far exceeded our expectations. Your message fit perfectly to our needs, and I appreciate you making the effort to truly understand our organization.
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • I found Ed Viesturs to be one of the most inspiring speakers . . . He has actually done something rather than just talking about what others are doing. And, I loved his message of set a goal, be persistent, patient, and try to keep your ego in check.
  • Bernie Noe - Lakeside School

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