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Read the No Guts Know Glory IBD Adventures Everest blog here The 2010 Mount Everest Base Camp trek is on! Join us from March 29 to April 19, 2010 on the trip of a lifetime and trek with No Guts Know Glory climber Robert Hill as he travels to the start of his journey up […]

Rob Hill on the South Summit of Everest

Rob Hill on the South Summit of Everest

Rob Hill stood on top of Mount Everest’s South Summit and became the first person living with an ostomy, to increase the quality of life for people living with inflammatory bowel disease in North America.

Robert Hill conquers seven summits including Mount Everest

Robert Hill conquers seven summits including Mount Everest

Nanaimo climber conquers seven summits, including Mount Everest Rob Hill raises awareness about intestinal disease and is now featured in the movie in 40 Days at Base camp A Nanaimo man who summited Mount Everest two years ago now features prominently in a new documentary currently being screened across Canada, the final peg in his […]

Deadline to apply for Great Comebacks® fast approaching

Deadline to apply for Great Comebacks® fast approaching

Be the Voice of Inspiration and Change. Submit Your Great Comebacks® Story Today! Whether it is reaching a personal goal – starting a business, making the varsity basketball team, teaching kindergarten or participating in activities with your family – your story can be an inspiration to others. You have the power to provide hope and […]

Everest Q & A

The No Guts Know Glory team is spending time in and around base camp waiting for a weather window to open for our summit attempt. We anticipate this happening sometime after May 20th. We’ve decided to open this blog post for questions and answers. You can ask any Everest, 7Summits, climbing, IDEAS, IBD Adventures, Crohn’s […]

Flashback Friday: Mount Elbrus Europe 2002

Flashback Friday: Mount Elbrus Europe 2002

The winds were blowing. And the three climbers were tired. After fighting uphill in strong headwinds for a few hours, struggling through blinding snow and crusty ice below their crampons, the wind suddenly died. Rob paused his forward steps, briefly believing the break in the wind might last. It didn’t. As quickly as it had […]

Know Glory

Know Glory

Last week we wrote about how the name No Guts Know Glorywas born. Well sort of. No Guts is a direct reference to Robert Hill losing his colon to Crohn’s disease. But some of you may be wondering why the name also puts a focus on “know,” or knowledge. When Rob was sick, like many […]

What’s with the name?

Not long after Robert Hill lost his colon in his fight with Crohn’s disease, and shortly after he had ileostomy surgery, he decided to run a marathon. Rob had always been active, but when he became sick with inflammatory bowel disease his health prevented him from living the same active lifestyle he’d enjoyed for years. […]