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Ostomy camp and the Youth Rally

Rob Hill was busy in July volunteering at the Canadian Ostomy Youth Camp in Kananaskis, Alberta and the Youth Rally. These two camps provide an opportunity for children and youth in Canada and the USA who have had, or may have to have, bowel or bladder diversionary surgeries an opportunity to get together with other […]

Overcoming Crohn’s Disease to Scale the World’s Tallest Peaks

Overcoming Crohn’s Disease to Scale the World’s Tallest Peaks

In this video, http://www.WatchMojo.com speaks with Rob Hill and Clinton Shard to find out more about the Seven Summits campaign, and how these two have learned that their disease is part of their life, but that it doesn’t define them or limit what they do. Tags: challenge, climbing, colitis, Crohn's, disease, exercise, health, IBD Adventures, […]

Journey of Rob Hill and Tony Bell

Rob and Tony are raising funds for the Intestinal Disease Education and Awareness Society. They need your help to reach their $29,035 goal. To help them, please donate online now, or if you’d prefer, send a cheque to the IDEAS office: IDEAS #521 – 119 West Pender Street Vancouver, BC, V6B 1S5 All donations over […]

Everest IBD Adventures Success

Everest IBD Adventures Success

There’s a generally accepted rule in the mountains: if you don’t come down safely from the peak, it doesn’t count as a summit. Over two weeks ago, Team IBD Adventures successfully reached Everest base camp. Today, these six courageous individuals are settling back into their daily lives – heading back to work and school – […]

Fundraising update

Rob Hill reached the South Summit of Everest on May 25, 2010 Rob Hill’s No Guts Know Glory 7Summits campaign has brought awareness to inflammatory bowel disease around the world. His story has been heard, watched and read millions of times on television, radio, in newspapers and on the web. As part of Rob’s recent […]

Home sweet home

Home sweet home

“It was really nice to be greeted in the airport by friends and family,” said Rob. “Coming out of the baggage claim area, seeing my parents and seeing Clinton with some of the other IBD Adventures trekkers was great, but the best for me was seeing the smiling face of my daughter. I’d been looking […]

Call it done

Call it done

The No Guts Know Glory team believes that a summit doesn’t count if you don’t get down safely. Today, at about noon, the climbers all returned to base camp, exhausted, but safe. They’re down, they’re safe, they’re done. Tomorrow we leave camp and start heading home. We have lots more Everest stories to tell, but […]

Everest Summit photos

Everest Summit photos

Rob Hill completing his 7Summits campaign on the South Summit of Mount Everest, May 25, 2010 John Furneaux and Darrell Ainscough passing on the summit ridge of Mount Everest, John on the way up, Darrell coming down after completing his 7Summits quest, May 25, 2010 John Furneaux on the summit of Mount Everest, 29,035 feet […]

Everest Summit Attempt Live Blog

Everest Summit Attempt Live Blog

Update 14: 2:00 PM Everest: All team members are back safely resting in their tents in camp four at the South Col. It is very unlikely they will descend to camp two given the late hour. Update 13: 10:45 AM Everest: All team members are below the South Summit and descending slowly. After more than 12 hours […]