“When I first went to the Boundary Waters in 2007, I remember thinking it was the most beautiful place on earth but that it was, unfortunately, not accessible to everyone. The following year I heard about a non-profit organization that had the vision, leadership, and drive to make everywhere in the wilderness accessible, and I have been working for them ever since. I have spent a third of my life with Wilderness Inquiry and watched it change the lives of thousands of people, including my own. To spend time in the wilderness with others is one of the most sacred, precious things we can do. I’m beyond grateful to live and work WI’s mission of bringing that opportunity to others, no matter their ability, experience, or financial situation. Anyone – Anywhere – Anytime.”
Wilderness Inquiry strives to provide memorable trips that everyone will look back on with joy. The secret to these amazing experiences is our trail staff. One of our most experienced and influential guides is Cory Dack. Cory has been with Wilderness Inquiry since 2008 leading trips around the world. From leading trips in Costa Rica to leading a semester long excursion down the Mississippi River, Cory has done it all. She has led 8 (and counting) national canoemobile tours, paddled the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and navigated just about every river in between.
Throughout her 12 years with Wilderness Inquiry Cory has worked over 620 events while connecting 29,630 people to the outdoors. With her experience and enthusiastic, caring personality people love being in the field with Cory. From her first trip in the Boundary Waters to her most recent trip in Patagonia, Cory has stories to last a lifetime. This fall Cory will be visiting her home country of Ecuador spreading the love she shares with all of us here.
Cory will be leading two trips in Costa Rica this coming January along with numerous trips in the upcoming 2020 season. Join Cory on any trip or reach out if she is in your city for Canoemobile. We promise you, you won’t regret it!