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I'm a sports medicine physician in Greensboro, NC and I have a CME and
travel opportunity available for a HUGELY discounted price. I've
pre-paid for a wilderness & travel medicine seminar scheduled for
Sept. 7-18, 2009 going to Mt. Blanc in the Alps. Last week I tore my
medial meniscus and I can't go on the trip. According to Wilderness
Medicine, I'm able to transfer/sell my reservation. So if you are
interested in going on an awesome trip next month, I'm offering it for
HALF PRICE. Details of the trip can be found at
www.wilderness-medicine.com and clicking on Trekking Europe's Classic
Mont Blanc Circuit, Wilderness Medicine CME Conference, September 7-18,
2009. Wilderness Medicine hosts a lot of these types of CME trips and
I've personally done more than 5 with them in the past. They are
excellent and well worth it!
Day 1 - Meet in the alpine resort town of Chamonix, France.
Day 2 - Hiking in Chamonix for spectacular views of the Mer de Glace
(second largest glacier in the Alps), the Drus, and the Grandes
Days 3-4 - Enjoy gorgeous views of the north face and glaciers of
Mont Blanc while hiking to Les Contamines, a traditional French village
with charming wooden chalets and fine old churches.
Days 5-6 - Hike into Italy via grassy trails and old Roman roads, crossing three passes en route.
Day 7 - A hike with stunning views of Mont Blanc, which appears
massive in scale - the mountain rising in a stunning steepness from the
Veny Valley to the summit 10,000 feet above.
Day 8 - Cross the Grand Col Ferret (8,300') into Switzerland. Descend to La Fouly (5,280'), then transfer to Les Champex.
Days 9-10 - Hike high above the Rhne Valley, then follow an old
smuggler's path to the Col de Balme (7,188') and the border with
France. Superb views of the Mont Blanc massif with the Chamonix Valley
stretched out below.
Day 11 - From Le Col De Montets (4,800') we will hike to Les
Cheserys (7,130'), reveling in views of the Le Tour and Argentiere
glaciers, and all the Mont Blanc range. Descend to Chamonix.
Day 12 - Depart
Trip Cost: $4,395 (Includes: 12 days / 11 nights lodging, all meals except 1 dinner. Professionally guided trek.)
Additional CME Cost: $695 (16 hrs Category I CME)
I'm offering this for HALF OFF the actual trip cost!!!!
Please call Dr. Jim Kramer at 336-337-1366 or email for details. If you know anyone that might be interested, please pass this along. Timing is tight so hurry!
Forgot to say that half off is $2500 but I'm open to offers. Thanks!
You might try
emailing the ACEP Wilderness Medicine section, which I
suspect you could ask ACEP to give you access to their list serve. There
might be people on that list with more cash than us WMA instructors (even
those who are doctors)
From: SportsDr <bounce-SportsDr@outdoored.com>Sent: 8/13/2009 4:51:27 PM
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