After growing up in Cherry Valley, NY, Tim Horvath relocated to Montana, where he received a degree in geology and took up mountaineering. Tim reached the summit of Everest in the spring of 2004, has traveled worldwide absorbing cultures, studying geology, climbing mountains and having thrilling experiences. The most recent climbing attempt was of K2, located on the China-Pakistan border, it is considered the world’s most difficult mountain. Tim’s travels have taken him as far away as the jungles of Nepal, the highlands of Tibet, the canyons of the Caribbean, the mountains of Pakistan, the volcanoes of Hawaii, various ranges in Alaska, and from the beaches to the highest point in South America. Over the past seven years, he has professionally presented more than 40 programs, all of which included slides, climbing gear and cultural items. Tim owns Redpoint Design/Build based in Cooperstown, NY.