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Kirk ReynoldsDiscover Outdoors is the premiere adventure outfitter for city dwellers. Leading thousands of explorers each year since 2004, our goal is to remove the barrier between city-living and nature-loving by making the outdoors accessible. Whether you are a first-time hiker or rock climber, or a thrill-seeking explorer, you can find a local day trip or multi-day adventure around New York and the northeast on our year-round calendar. You can even travel the world with us.

We manage the details so that you can escape the city, embrace adventure and discover the outdoors.

And the best part? When you live adventure with Discover Outdoors, you help us give adventure to deserving, New York City students through our nonprofit, the Discover Outdoors Foundation.

Our mission is to improve quality of life through meaningful outdoor experiences. We strive to create a more connected community through the pursuit of outdoor exploration and education and in doing so, encourage people everywhere to live adventure and give adventure.

Discover Outdoors guides are leaders, holding the highest certifications and setting the industry standard. Boundlessly capable, resourceful and caring, our unmatched team is motivated by our mantra - "Live adventure. Give adventure."

CEO, Guide, Wilderness First Responder, Leave No Trace Trainer

Kirk aims to turn New Yorkers into hikers—- one office worker at a time. Hailing from a small Missouri town, Kirk moved to New York City pursuing big dreams and even bigger ideas. Kirk blends passion with excellence to ensure Discover Outdoors is second to none. A competitive sports enthusiast and nine-time marathoner, Kirk is committed to sharing his excitement for the outdoors. His worldwide adventures have informed many of his plans for unforgettable, inspiring trips. Under his leadership, Discover Outdoors offers the ability for urbanites to take part in exploration and adventure.

Youth Manager, Guide, Wilderness First Responder, L1 Avalanche, AMGA SPI

Getting outside has always been a part of Dan’s life, from his early days in Utah skiing, rock-climbing, and backpacking, to his later years in Alaska ski-mountaineering. Most recently, he combined his love for being in the mountains with a love he has for education by serving as a US Peace Corps volunteer in Kyrgyzstan; in his free time as a volunteer teacher he skied and hiked in places around the country. Graduate school in International Educational Development at Teachers College brought Dan to New York City, but the energy and culture keep him here. He loves that he hears so many languages spoken and sees such diversity. Nowadays, Dan combines his love for education, the outdoors, and New York City by getting its residents off the pavement and into the mountains as a guide with Discover Outdoors.


Born in Harlem, Marcus has never let the city keep him from enjoying the great outdoors. His passion for adventure sports include hiking, climbing, skiing and spelunking. He developed his love of the outdoors at a young age and had he pleasure of hiking the Grand Canyon while studying at Biosphere 2 in Oracle, Arizona.

Guide, Wilderness First Responder

Kevin grew up in Ohio and New Jersey in the scouts, spending his days in the woods and climbing things he wasn’t supposed to. Nowadays you can find him hiking and climbing in the Shawangunks and the Adirondacks. He also enjoys snowboarding, scuba diving and sailing in the tri-state area. He is always ready to share his experience as a high ropes instructor, and loves hitting the trail with fellow New Yorkers.

Guide, Wilderness First Responder, AMGA CWI

Native to the northeast, Marc was born and raised in Southern Connecticut. As he kid he loved getting lost in the woods on missions to clean up the litter left behind by others. Now he spends his time kayaking on the rivers and lakes in Connecticut, hiking, camping, and climbing whatever he can get his hands and feet on – still carrying his trash bag for litter and determined to complete his childhood mission. He has recently hiked in Rocky Mountain National Park, camped on the gulf shore in Alabama, and backpacked through western Turkey. Marc loves meeting new people and discovering new places with others.

Guide, Wilderness First Responder, Leave No Trace Trainer

Born to the unique prairie ecosystem of western Minnesota (where the grasses grow seven feet tall and the trees grow miles apart), LeAnn embraced the simplicity and remoteness of primitive living. For diversity and adventure, she traveled to every U.S. state but Hawaii and 17 foreign countries, seeking out opportunities for mountaineering, expedition kayaking and Tae Kwon Do. On summer breaks from teaching middle school on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota, she put over 1500 miles on her legs hiking the Badlands, High Sierras of California and the Appalachian Trail. Now in NYC working on her PhD. in Philosophy and Education, LeAnn lives to connect people to nature.

Guide, Wilderness Paramedic, L1 Avalanche Certified, EMT Paramedic

Nathan grew up hiking in the white mountains of New Hampshire and the love of the outdoors has taken him around the globe. Nathan has climbed, guided and taught remote medicine across globe including Alaska, Argentina, Mongolia, Iceland, Tanzania, the Rockies and many more. Nathan is also a Wilderness Paramedic and has over 10 years of remote, extended care and disaster medicine experience. He has spent time working in Haiti where he co-founded a clinic in the mountains of Belle Fontaine to provide emergency and long term medical services to victims of the 2010 earthquakes; Panama working with Floating Doctors to provide healthcare in rural island clinics; Tanzania and Mongolia providing medical care to indigenous populations. Nathan loves being outside and helping others have great wilderness adventures.

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