This year, we will embark on a whole new mission with the help of Wells Fargo. To learn more about Mission: Mt. Whitney, click here or visit: LEARN MORE

Due to the overwhelming success of our 2013 No Barriers Women's Retreat, we will be expanding our reach in 2014! We are proud to announce that we will be hosting four retreats this year! LEARN MORE

Congratulations to all of the SPAC teams for successfully reaching the South Pole this past December, united as one! LEARN MORE

The Peruvian Andes Team embarked on the expedition of a lifetime in October 2013. You can learn all about it on their Program page. LEARN MORE

It all started in the Himalayas with S2S' inaugural expedition. Relive the climb ...

Photo Credit: Didrik Johnck


Soldiers To Summits (S2S) helps disabled veterans shat­ter personal barriers and reclaim lives by using mountaineering as the learning tool for setting ambitious goals, building world-class teams, innovating through obstacles, and stepping up to lead and serve others. For the S2S program, the mountains serve as the metaphor and training ground for helping to restructure how to deal with a certain past and uncertain future, while integrating with the existing rehab process. Any injured service member, from any service branch, active or retired, with any disability is eligible to apply. Climbing experience is not required or expected, but you do need a base level of physical fitness, a willingness to grow and a big heart.

"My Everest team and I felt privileged to participate in the inaugural S2S expedition to Mt Lobuche in Nepal, and more importantly, we are fully invested in carrying forward the No Barriers mindset to help shatter barriers!” –Erik Weihenmayer

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Peru: The Peaks and Valleys Summary
“My experience throughout this expedition has opened not only my eyes, but also my mind and heart to a whole other perspective of the world.” Read More
Pedro Sotelo Training Experience
Finding out that I was accepted to be a member of the 2013 Soldiers to Summits Peruvian Expedition team seemed so surreal until the moment that we met in ... Read More
Weekend Training: Day 2
On day 2 of their Peru training, S2S members trekked from Loveland to Grizzly Peak in order to replicate the environment they will be encountering once in ... Read More
Webinar TODAY!
Learn more about this year's Soldiers to Summits program! We encourage you to dial-in and hear from the team of wounded veterans that will head to the ... Read More
Alexander Skarsgard Joins Prince Harry in South Pole Allied Challenge
The SPAC Team US is proud to welcome its newest team member... Read More
Virgin Money Sponsors South Pole Allied Challenge
Virgin Money officially announced this morning its sponsorship of the Walking With The Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge. Read More
Peruvian Andes Team Trains in Colorado!
Check out the awesome footage of the Peruvian Andes 2013 team as they train in the beautiful Landscape of Telluride, CO. Read More
Therese Talks Telluride
What a week! I just returned home from An exhilarating, yet tiring, trip in Telluride, Colorado. Both the US and Commonwealth teams met there for the No ... Read More
SPAC's Ivan Castro Talks Telluride
It was great to be a part of the No Barriers Summit. The opening Ceremony was inspirational as many people from all walks of life gave their stories of ... Read More
Congress Hosts Soldiers to Summits
Congressman Jeff Miller of the Committee on Veterans' Affairs is hosting a congressional screening of High Ground where many S2S team members will be ... Read More
Official SPAC Team Announced
On April 19, 2013, Prince Harry, SPAC Expedition patron, made the official announcement on the participants that will be going to the South Pole this ... Read More
Live Broadcast: Prince Harry to Make SPAC Announcement
Don't miss this live broadcast officially launching the SPAC expedition on Friday, April 19th! Read More
SPAC Update from Iceland
Our South Pole Allied Challenge Team is currently in Iceland where they are training for their November South Pole Expedition. Read More
2012 Cotopaxi Program Archive
Now that the 2012 Cotopaxi program and expedition is complete, we've collected all the action right here on one page. Includes videos, photos, and ... Read More
Press Release - Cotopaxi Climb
Seventeen Injured Veterans Set Out To Climb Mt. Cotopaxi, Ecuador (19,347 feet) On December 10th, a team of injured veterans and active-duty service will ... Read More
S2S Heading to the South Pole in 2013
Soldiers to Summits has agreed to partner up with Walking With the Wounded to help organize a trip to the South Pole in 2013 for injured veterans or active ... Read More
S2S Barnstorms Europe
S2S Headed to Landstuhl, EUCOM and Mt Blanc
Veteran mountaineer Charley Mace and wounded veteran Steve Baskis will be climbing Mount Blanc (highest mountain in the Alps) 1-3 SEP with 2 EUCOM and 2 ... Read More
First Cotopaxi Training Session Complete!
This past week we wrapped up our first Colorado training session for the 2012 Cotopaxi program. It was a jam packed session with very little down time. ... Read More
Opening Day is Here!
After months of anticipation and preparation it’s finally here, the start of our new Cotopaxi program with Veterans and active duty service men and women ... Read More
High Ground Premiere
High Ground will premier at the Boulder International Film Festival. Read More
Soldiers to Summits Joins No Barriers
The No Barriers team is proud to announce that Soldiers to Summits (S2S) is now an integral part of our mission to promote cutting-edge ideas, approaches, ... Read More
Lion King Producer Don Hahn joins HIGH GROUND team
BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Lion King producer Don Hahn, has joined Emmy Award-winning director Michael Brown on a new documentary, ... Read More

This September, another group of servicemen and women will embark on the journey of a lifetime and climb the highest peak in the contiguous United States.  Thanks to the generous support of Wells Fargo, Mission: Mt. Whitney is our next epic adventure.  Learn more here!