An image of Lynn Hill speaking to a crowd at her June 2019 presentation at Neptune Mountaineering


Events that celebrate life in the mountains. Stories of adventure and grit, skill clinics, athlete appearances, photo presentations and film screenings.

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Upcoming Events:   

2020 neptune kicking into winter party

Neptune Kicking Into Winter Party | 

Thursday, October 15 @ 7 pm

Neptune events are BACK and we’re ready to kick off ski and snowboard season! Pick up your party essentials in store, then head home to join us for a virtual gathering. Joel Gratz from Open Snow will share this season’s forecast and which parts of the state can expect the most powder. Plus, we’ll giveaway some epic door prizes and free ski tune-ups. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Friends of CAIC.

In addition to supporting CAIC, your ticket includes…
-free beer or kombucha
-two free raffle tickets to win amazing door prizes
-discounts at Neptune’s ski shop
-Open Snow merch (while supplies last)

Grab your supplies and raffle tickets at Neptune anytime from 10:00am-6:45 pm the day of the party, then tune in online from 7:00-8:30 pm for the main event. Ticket holders will receive the video link the week of the event.

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bridging worlds book talk with pemba sherpa | neptune events

Bridging Worlds - A Sherpa's Story | 

Thursday, October 22 @ 7:15 pm

Pemba Sherpa and James Mcvey will share stories from their recently self-published book Bridging Worlds – A Sherpa’s Story. The inspiring tale immerses you into Pemba’s lifelong journey of resilience, passion and adventure from growing up in the Khumbu region of Nepal to becoming a professional mountaineer and starting his own adventure company here in Boulder, to opening two restaurants and ultimately becoming an active philanthropist on behalf of Sherpa people in Nepal. Pemba's life is interwoven with a number of historical events: the Nepalese Civil War, the 2014 avalanche on Everest that killed thirteen Sherpa workers, and the 2015 earthquake that killed nearly 9,000 Nepalis and left another four million homeless. Maintaining a foot in both Nepal and Colorado, Pemba offers his perspective on a range of topics, including the Everest expedition industry, life in America, and the changing Sherpa culture.  

This is a free virtual event. Please stay tuned for details.