Rock Climbing in Greece with Noah & Nicholas Kleiner

Courtesy of: Noah Kleiner

Rock Climbing in Greece
A Conversation with Noah & Nicholas Kleiner
FREE EVENT| Saturday, November 30th from 10am-12pm

Join us for an exciting presentation led by Noah Kleiner, owner of Equinox Guiding Service and Nicholas Kleiner, owner of Nick Kleiner Consulting.

About Noah: Noah Kleiner started climbing in 2006 during an orientation trip at College of the Atlantic. He fell in love with climbing and went on to become a licensed Maine Guide and Single Pitch Instructor as well as an Aspirant Moutain guide. He also has a Wilderness First Responder Certification from SOLO. Noah has been working for three summer seasons as a guide for Atlantic Climbing School. He is a passionate traditional climber and fortunate enough to have had climbing adventures across the country. Remembering all the while, that "the best climber is the one having the most fun!"
About Nicholas: My path into tourism was written in the stars having grown up around tourism in rural Maine. My father has been a guide for the past 30 years, owning and operating his own business. I never thought I would work in this field, pursuing other dreams after high school and beyond.

Taking a gap year between high school and college in 2008, I gained on-the-job experience as a tour guide in Washington, DC. Once graduating from university four years later, I returned to the District to work as an alumni event planner and fundraiser at a local university. Combined with my part-time job as a bike tour guide on the National Mall, my passion for creating world-class experiences for large groups was just beginning.

In 2016 I took a chance on full-time tour guiding when I accepted the position as Tour Manager, and eventually the Groups and Sales Manager at D.C.’s premier bicycle tour company. It’s there that I found my passion for growing small business through understanding data, resourceful marketing, and strong relationships.

In-between seasons, I took time to explore other corners of our world - the more far-flung, the better. Having visited over 40 countries, I have experienced the joys of travel and tourism from the customer perspective, and bring this greater understanding of tourism to my work.

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