What does the spirit of adventure look like to you? Seeking adventure pushes us out of our comfort zones, leading us to immerse ourselves in new experiences and cultures. The most memorable adventures spark our curiosity and inspire new ways of seeing the world around us. The exhilaration that comes from embracing the unknown is essential for keeping our spirits alive. Capturing a moment that evokes the "spirit of adventure” is no small feat, and we applaud those who succeed.

Global Rescue is proud to support our adventurous members, helping them travel the world with peace of mind since 2004.

Send us your best photo that captures the theme “Spirit of Adventure,” accompanied by a one sentence caption. Photos will be reviewed by an expert panel and judged based on the quality of composition and ability to convey the spirit of adventure.


First Place — A Global Rescue 45 Day Annual Family Medical and Security Membership and an Iridium GO, provided by Explorer Satellite Communications. Learn More

Second Place — A Global Rescue 45 Day Annual Family Medical and Security Membership and a Global Rescue Survival Kit curated by our in-house medical and security teams. Learn More

Third Place — A Global Rescue 45 Day Individual Medical and Security Membership. Learn More



Russell Walters, Adventure Travel Trade Association

Born in the U.K., Russell Walters has been involved in the adventure industry since the early 1980′s. An accomplished outdoorsman and Registered Maine Guide, Walters is president of an Adventure Resort in Maine and Strategic Director North America for the Adventure Travel Trade Association, where his work takes him the length and breadth of the U.S., Canada and abroad, working with destinations, tour operators and guides to promote the economic and conservation benefits of adventure based travel through the ATTA’s network of trade events and consumer facing initiatives including www.Adventure.travel.

Loren Greenway, Wilderness Medical Society

Loren Greenway holds a PhD in Management, Master Degree in Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration (BSBA). Loren is the Chief Executive Officer of the Wilderness Medical Society; Assistant Director, Academy of Wilderness Medicine. Loren has received his Fellowship and Master Fellow certificate in Dive and Hyperbaric Medicine from the Academy. Loren also holds a fellowship in the American College of Chest Physicians. Loren is currently a Professor in the Health Sciences Department of Brigham Young University. Finally, Loren is a Dive/Specialty Instructor with Scuba Schools International (SSI) and a consultant in Dive and Hyperbaric Medicine.

Andy Cool, Explorer Satellite

Andy Cool has worked in the satellite communications industry for over 10 years on both the airtime and equipment sides. His goal when he started Explorer Satellite Communications, Inc. in December 2003 was to provide excellent service in the form of solutions management to a wide range of customers in the Maritime, Oil & Gas, Mining, Exploration, Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity, and Recreational industries.

Phil Powers, American Alpine Club

Phil Powers joined the American Alpine Club as executive director in May of 2005. His previous experience in the non-profit world includes service as vice president for institutional advancement at Naropa University and 17 years with the National Outdoor Leadership School as chief mountaineering instructor and development/partnerships director. He remains an owner of Jackson Hole Mountain Guides. Powers is author of Wilderness Mountaineering and Climbing: Expedition Planning. His essay, “The Importance of Pace,” was aired on NPR’s This I Believe in 2006.


To Submit:

To submit your image, please email us your file (no larger than 5MB) by June 15, 2018. Please include your name, contact information, photo location, and a brief caption that describes the photo. The selected winners will be announced by July 10, 2018

Please email all submissions to: submissions@globalrescue.com

Please read the Official Rules before entering.



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