What does climbing the highest peaks of Wyoming’s Grand Tetons have to do with the poorest people in Brazil?
A group of ten spirited MonaVie colleagues came together to ascend 5,000 feet of the some of the steepest mountain ridges to rally support for the MORE Project. For the climbers, it was a challenging, at times dangerous journey that symbolized the journeys of their friends living in the favelas of Brazil. Just as the climbers relied on the support of one another to reach the peak, the people in the favelas of Brazil rely on the support of others to succeed in their journeys. This video features clips of their scenic trek, and thoughts of the climbers about their experience.