AdventureTerra LLC was started in 2012 by Leo Rosen-Fischer. Leo's parents and grandparents come from a long line of Swiss mountaineers and rock climbers. The company has allowed Leo to share his love of nature and climbing to a larger audience.
Leo also has a Masters in Nutrition from the National University of Natural Medicine. He provides clinical nutrition services, and is working towards opening a non-profit restaurant in Portland, Oregon. Check out his nutrition website! https://www.nutritionintherightplace.com/
When not climbing you will find Leo playing board/video games, dancing bachat and swing, sailing, and traveling.
Matthew Cunningham is the general manager of AdventureTerra LLC. He started climbing with the company in 2017. Matthew has been working on ropes courses, zip lines and in tree house construction for over a decade.
Matthew has a Bachelors of Science from Bowling Green State University where he studied Environmental Science. He specialized in education and interpretation.
When not climbing you may find him kayaking, biking, farming or swimming on the island.
Sammy Spence + Max McLaughlin are two adventure photographers from the PNW. They started wellwandered as a place to share their love of the outdoors and their passion for creative media.
They believe in creating content that inspires change and cultivates a community of advocacy and stoke, while answering the call to adventure.
Sammy Spence is the Director of Photography and Creative Story-telling. She tells narratives through analog and digital images, often using the written word as a way to further the audiences imagination. She participates in the outdoor community with the spirit of a true adventurer but views the world and its beauty through the eyes of a fine artist.
Max McLaughlin is the Arial Photographer and Videographer. Coming from a background of engineering, he is all things detailed and organized and creates calm among the chaos that can be life on the road. He photographs the world with scientific discovery, and curiosity about the world and how things work. You can count on him to get the action shot with precision.
They are based out of the PNW, chasing adventure and working remotely from their homebuilt camper van.
You can hire a personal photographer for only $150 dollars as an add-on when checking out any of our aventures.
Safety is at the core of our business. We outfit climbers with mandatory helmets, harnesses, safety glasses, foot holds and ascenders, all of which meet international climbing standards of the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (UIAA). We comply with Tree Climber's International standards.
Since the founding of recreational tree climbing in early 1980’s, there have been no known serious accidents or death from recreational tree climbing in more than 30 years with proper equipment, protocols, and while under supervision of an instructor. Simply stated, recreational tree climbing is amazingly safe. As long as you follow the basic rules, protocols and have the right equipment, tree climbing is far safer than most daily activities like riding a bike.
It is the goal of our tree climbing program to go above and beyond the standards. For example, the American National Standards Institute has requirements that arborist rope have a minimum breaking strength of 5,000 pounds, while all of our ropes are rated to at least 6,000-12,000 pounds of breaking strength. All of our climbing systems and anchors are also redundant, which is an extra and uncommon safety feature of only our program.