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Reviewed by Donna Wharton for Readers' Favorite
Mountain climbing is a topic I have never been very familiar with other than knowing you are scaling up the side of a large steep rock dependent on a rope and skill … eek! James Wilde, in Moving Mountains decided to give us an inside view of what it is like to climb a mountain with a passion, because that is what it takes to accomplish the grueling tasks needed if one is going to make it to the top.
In Moving Mountains we are taken first through raising/saving the amount of funds it takes to go on the quest and be able to take the time off. Plus it is something that must be thought out approximately 9 months to a year in advance. Not only does James Wilde help us see the cost for the trip itself, but also for necessary equipment. Then he helps you realize on a daily basis what he goes through for each summit as he endures them. I was impressed by the fact that Mr. Wilde was not ashamed to admit he failed to accomplish summit climbing on the first try in some cases and explains why the failure. This gives a well-rounded picture of how difficult this can be.
During the time of the final summit planning, Mr. Wilde began to explore options to finance his trip, such as sponsors, etc and found himself moving in a new direction, along with his mountain climbing. At the time he had been going on his expeditions many times he noticed a deficiency of water in regions for the local people or contaminated water in the area with illness among the local people. Putting the two important matters together would produce the perfect way for him to build on both horizons, trip to finance and helping people throughout the world. Therefore, he began by setting up a charity to raise money to finance new wells in areas around the world that most needed fresh drinking water. Please read so you can learn how he IS accomplishing this today.