Men’s Cattle Drive and Wilderness Adventure
3-Day Men’s Cattle Drive in the Colorado Wilderness
August 19-22, 2021
Who We Are Now, Doesn’t Have To Be Who We Become…
Men’s hearts are wired for adventure, purpose, contribution, and brotherhood. The first sign of a man’s life in trouble is isolation and a diminishing circle of friends. My mission in bringing men together is to use the power of brotherhood to support you in facing your limiting beliefs through natural challenges, so you can expand your mental, physical, and emotional endurance to handle everything that life throws at you.
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Men’s Cattle Drive and Wilderness Adventure
This weekend is about so much more than roaming around the wilderness on horses and herding cattle. It’s far more than living it up in an incredible cabin in the Colorado backwoods. Brother, it’s about getting in touch with who we can be.
In our everyday lives, we often lack significant challenges. Overcoming the minor obstacles of cooking food, logging out of work, and moseying on over to the TV after dinner just doesn’t do it for who we are inside.
That’s not to say that we can’t enjoy these things, I certainly do. However, when we do these activities day-in and day-out, our worlds begin to shrink and we forget to live for something bigger than the immediate.
That’s why I’m asking you to join me on this adventure.
During this weekend event we will experience the rugged outdoors: riding horses, enduring the blazing summer sun (or freakishly cold Mountain temps), and herding cattle. It’s through these uniquely human adventures that we get to disconnect from our high-tech reality, and return to a time where it was just a man, his animal, and a job to do to survive.
Through these experiences we can reconnect with our masculinity, learn how to be ourselves without the pressure of the world bearing down on us, and thrive in a new, unfamiliar environment.
Over the course of each day we’ll intersperse the cattle driving with structured group time, campfire reflections, camp-style meals, and so much more.
This Cattle Drive is only one part of the weekend.
Thursday night, we’ll have a kick-off event in Denver, to support you in mentally preparing for what’s to come over the weekend and break the ice with all those who are coming to the event.
Friday morning with Marc Montoya is the first of many challenges you’ll encounter. He’s a world-class Mixed Martial Arts instructor of multiple current UFC fighters, and he’s going to give us his undivided attention to coach our mindset around greatness.
Friday afternoon we’ll head up the hill to our “cabin in the woods” where we’ll spend the remaining two days, diving deep into what holds us back as men. It’s through a combination of adventures and experiences that encourage you to upgrade your current operating system with the tools, strategies, and mindsets for achieving abundance in every aspect of your life.
We will close out by Noon on Sunday so we can travel safely home from the mountains to spend time with family.
Join me for a once-in-a-lifetime weekend with like-minded, driven men as we challenge ourselves by traversing the Colorado Wilderness on horseback. The cost is $799 if you purchase now, using the button below.
The 2019 Brotherhood Adventure Recap
Cattle Drive: Thursday, August 19th – Sunday, August 22nd
What the men have to say…
How to Prepare
August weather at the cabin has been beautiful in the past. However, mountain weather can change quickly. So we suggest being prepared for everything from warm sunshine to cold nights. It’s probably a good idea to check your preferred weather app for a probable forecast.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
All food will be provided. If you haven’t already shared any dietary preferences or restrictions with me, please do so as soon as you can.
In an effort to minimize distractions and to encourage the highest level of connection and presence with your fellow brothers, we ask that you refrain from drinking alcohol or taking any substances that alter your mental state.
If you’re a cigarette smoker, we ask that you do so outside at all times.
WHAT TO BRING:
Keep in mind that mountain weather in August can be very unpredictable; it can be cold at night, warm during the day and chilly while we ride horses through the mountains. A list of what you should bring is below:
- Fleece (or any mid layer in between your base layer and jacket)
- 1 pair of jeans (for horseback riding)
- 1 pair of hiking shoes or boots (preferably something with a heel for horseback riding)
- 1 pair of shorts
- Waterproof rain gear
- Winter jacket
- Jogging/athletic shoes
- Athletic socks
- Beanie or warm hat
- Baseball cap or cowboy hat
- Handkerchief (optional)
- Linens are provided – no need to bring a sleeping bag
- Lip balm
- Shaving gear
- Extra money for travel for day of arrival and departure
- A closed-lid coffee container (like a Yeti or Contigo – with a lid so it doesn’t spill on the meeting room carpet)
- Phone charger