Raised in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Jeff Evans has always followed the call of the excitement and wildness of outdoor adventure. This pursuit of passion led to the formation of MountainVision, Inc. and a career which includes guiding clients up mountain peaks across the globe, professional speaking, and practicing as an emergency medicine Physician Assistant. Jeff's climbing began in the late 80s on the rock faces of Colorado and California. Living out of his truck with his dog, Jeff spent countless exciting days scaling walls in places like Yosemite, Joshua Tree, and Rocky Mountain National Park. Mountaineering soon followed with equal ferocity, and by the mid-90s, Jeff was guiding clients as well as working Search and Rescue on North America's highest mountain, Mt. McKinley, now Denali. Jeff's confidence and experience in the mountains led to his introduction in 1993 to blind climber Erik Weihenmayer. Little did they know that this relationship would change their lives forever and result in accomplishing feats that neither had imagined. Together, they would shatter people's perceptions about the "handicaps" of the disabled by climbing Denali, El Capitan (California), and Aconcagua (Argentina); competing in adventure races; guiding other disabled individuals on peaks around the world; and successfully reaching the summit of Mt. Everest in 2001. To date, Erik is the only blind climber to reach the summit of Everest. The teamwork, communication, and leadership skills Jeff has honed during his amazing adventures and challenges has given him the tools to become one of the most dynamic and inspirational speakers on the circuit today. Regardless of age, gender, or profession, Jeff's message invokes a spectrum of thought and emotion for audiences worldwide. Jeff has appeared on ABC's Expedition Impossible, is the author of MountainVision: Lessons from the Summit, and has played a major role in the award-winning documentaries Farther Than the Eye Can See, Blindsight, and High Ground. Jeff received his undergraduate degree in anthropology from the University of Colorado in Boulder and his Masters as a Physician Assistant at Drexel University in Philadelphia. Jeff currently resides in Boulder with his wife Merry Beth, son Jace, and dog Tucker.