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Nick Grossman

Nick GrossmanGrowing up at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Nick took advantage of convenient access to the many incredible outdoor opportunities Colorado has to offer. Moving northward to study media and global affairs at the University of Colorado Boulder, Nick took his first two international trips to Japan and Peru, which sparked his passion for worldwide adventures.

After graduating from CU in 2011, Nick spent several years gaining valuable experience that eventually enabled him to fulfill his longtime goal of working in the ecotourism industry. As a marketing manager at Natural Habitat Adventures, Nick helps connect people with nature and wildlife in the world’s most extraordinary places. He also serves as a member of Nat Hab's Green Team, a group of employees committed to continually raising the bar on conservation.

Since joining Nat Hab in 2015, Nick has journeyed to some of Africa's most spectacular natural landscapes and experienced close encounters with the continent's exciting wildlife on a Kenya Migration Photo Safari and Great Namibia Wildlife Safari. He was also part of a joint expedition with WWF to explore Amakdedori Beach, a remote wilderness area on the Alaska Peninsula that is threatened by the Pebble Mine. Most recently, he joined Nat Hab's Kingdom of the Monarchs adventure in Mexico to witness the monarch butterfly migration.

Some of Nick's other memorable travel experiences include exploring ancient temples in Japan, trekking the mountainous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and summiting Wayna Picchu, hiking and paddling in Canada’s Banff National Park, watching a total solar eclipse near the Grand Tetons in Wyoming, and helicopter expeditions and wading through waterways in the remote Alaskan wilderness.
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Nick's Adventures
    Kayaking on the surreal blue waters of Lake Louise in Banff National Park, Canada. Surrounded by millions of monarch butterflies in the highland forests of Mexico. Atop the 'Big Daddy' sand dune within the vast Namib desert on The Great Namibia Wildlife Safari. On a Kenya Migration Photo Safari with Expedition Leader Pietro Luraschi. Celebrating Winter Fest 2016 at Arapahoe Basin with some of the Nat Hab crew. Atop the summit of Wayna Picchu, high above the ancient Incan citadel of Machu Picchu and the Urubamba River below. Exploring the ancient forests of the Opal Creek wilderness in Oregon. Enjoying the fall colors and first snow of the season in Telluride, Colorado. Sunset at the Delicate Arch in Utah's Arches National Park. Hiking up the first ascent along the Inca trail from Cusco to Machu Picchu in Peru, with Veronica peak in the background. Standing outside the Todai-ji Daibutsuden, 'The Great Buddha Hall,' in Nara, Japan. Savoring the jaw-dropping views of the Andes along the Inca trail from about 10,000 feet above sea level, including Salcantay, an ancient peak rising to more than 20,000 feet. Arriving at Machu Picchu after three days of trekking the Inca trail from Cusco. Unloading gear for aquatic ecological testing in the remote waterways of the Alaskan wilderness. Hiking down from the highest point along the Inca trail—Warmiwanusca, 'Dead Woman's Pass.' Surrounded by the vibrant colors of autumn along Kebler Pass in southwest Colorado. Biking on the hard-packed sand of the Hilton Head beaches in South Carolina. Riding down Flagstaff Road near Boulder, Colorado.
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