Online ticket sales have ended, but have no fear you can still purchase tickets at the door. Rain or shine the event is still on. In the event of rain, we will be inside in a private room at Stone.
It’s that time of year again! Join us for the ACSD Annual Celebration May 19th, 2019 at Stone Brewing Liberty Station San Diego. Come show your support for the hard work ACSD does every day to promote and maintain access to climbing and outdoor recreation.
This year our special guests presenters are Father and Daughter team Mike & Lilliana Libecki.
National Geographic Explorer/National Geographic Adventurer of the Year Mike Libecki can define his life in two ways: An obsession with exploring and climbing the worlds most remote and untouched corners of the planet to find huge, world class first ascents and exploration…And a being a dedicated father to a daughter that wants to help save the world. He has completed more than 80 major expeditions all over the planet with a goal of 100 expeditions, he has done expeditions from Afghanistan to Antarctica, to Greenland to Guyana, to Siberia to Socotra Island Yemen and everywhere in between…His pride and joy is being a father to his daughter Lilliana. And, Lilliana Libecki at the age of 15, has already been to 25 countries and all 7 continents, and six major expeditions, including two expeditions to Antarctica, ascent of Kilimanjaro in Africa, and a 150-mile trek through the Himalaya of Nepal, 18K foot peaks in Peru, remote jungle of Arunachal Pradesh, India, all that have all focused on humanitarian and conservation work, she is getting ready for expeditions, Philippines, Svalbard and Iran. Mike and his daughter Lilliana just founded a nonprofit 501c3 organization that will focus on conservation and humanitarian work around the world
In a world where we can be and do anything, be kind and do good!
Come join National Geographic Explorers, Dad and Daughter Mike and Lilliana Libecki as they takes us on a journey to some of the most remote climbing expeditions possible from Antarctica to Afganistan, and from Greenland to the Deepest Jungles on the planet. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to go on assignment on the most challenging expeditions in the world and bring home stories for National Geographic? He and his team from National Geographic will attempt to climb and explore in the most difficult environments on the planet: Antarctica. All while living in temperatures colder than your freezer at home (-67 degrees!) and enduring 100 mph winds, all in a place where rescue is impossible. Then head to unexplored Greenland for paddle boarding with polar bears, barely surviving sea ice, and climbing one of the biggest towers in the world…On to the deepest jungles to battle rain and immaculate mayhem to climb one of the biggest jungle towers on the planet. Finally, they will share their give back humanitarian expeditions to India, Peru and others making sure we are all asking what we can do to make the world a better place. Come explore virgin Earth and experience the immaculate mayhem, magic, power and beauty of our Mother Earth and the parallel commonalities learned that relate to everyday life, business, relationships, and the deep mindfulness of the gift of this reality.