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Durangoan organizing Himalayan trek for urban youth
A Sierra Club trek group led by Jim Sumrall camped in this valley at about 12,000 feet elevation in Nepal.
Gyankumar Rai, right, a Nepalese guide that Jim Sumrall hires regularly for treks, is with a client on a trail headed for the Nepalese village of Timang in March 2010. Sumrall and his wife, Karen, pay school tuition for Rai’s two children in Kathmandu.
Members of a trek led by Jim Sumrall unload baggage and equipment to be carried by porter in the hill town of Gorkha in Nepal in April 2000. The trek took participants over one pass 16,000 feet in elevation.
Jim Sumrall in east Nepal on the border of Sikkim state in India in October 2008. The word on his cap is Purgatory.

A higher calling

A Sierra Club trek group led by Jim Sumrall camped in this valley at about 12,000 feet elevation in Nepal.
Gyankumar Rai, right, a Nepalese guide that Jim Sumrall hires regularly for treks, is with a client on a trail headed for the Nepalese village of Timang in March 2010. Sumrall and his wife, Karen, pay school tuition for Rai’s two children in Kathmandu.
Members of a trek led by Jim Sumrall unload baggage and equipment to be carried by porter in the hill town of Gorkha in Nepal in April 2000. The trek took participants over one pass 16,000 feet in elevation.
Jim Sumrall in east Nepal on the border of Sikkim state in India in October 2008. The word on his cap is Purgatory.
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