Rock Climbing 
“We choose to ascend rocks not because it is easy but because it is hard”
    Jud started his climbing career at SMA climbing at Donation Rocks, the Huntingdon Cliffs and the Bellefonte Quarry.  The skills he learned climbing the steep crags in Central Pennsylvania have served him well as he has climbed in 12 US States from North Carolina to Colorado to California.  Internationally he has rock climbed in France, Spain, England, Costa Rica, Argentina, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Nepal and Thailand.  
    Anne and Jud started climbing together when they met in 2001and have multi-pitched climbed at Seneca Rocks in West Virginia and in the Cascade Mountains of Washington


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Fly Fishing
    Fly fishing is a passion that both Jud and Anne share toghether.
    Anne grew up fly fishing on the river of Montana...

    Jud learned to fly fish in the Wind River Mountains in Wyoming while a student at the  National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) Fall Semester in the Rockies under the tutelage of my senior instructor Steven Streufert.  Upon returning to Central Pennsylvania he fished the Little Juniata River amoung others. 
    Jud and Anne both enjoy visiting family in Montana and taking yearly “float fly fishing” trips on the rivers of western Montana.
Anne Millar is passionate about coaching basketball.  She  previously served as junior varsity girls' basketball coach and assistant to the varsity girls' coach at Bellefonte Area High School in Bellefonte, Pa., during the 2004-05 season.
    Prior to moving to Pennsylvania, Millar was the freshman, sophomore, and junior varsity girls' basketball coach, as well as the freshman boys' basketball coach, at Hellgate High School in Missoula, Mont., from 1995 to 2001. During her time at Hellgate, she was selected as a coach for the Western Montana Class AA all-star teams at the Treasure State Classic Girls' Basketball Tournament in both 2000 and 2001.

Millar is a 1991 graduate of Jamestown College, with a degree in English and a minor in physical education. She received her master's degree in educational leadership and counseling from the University of Montana in 2004.  

Mountain Biking 
Jud has been riding bikes and kicking up dirt since the 80’s.  Jud's passion and excitement for mountain biking revved up when he returned to Central Pennsylvania in the early 2000’s.   He first explored the trails and gravel roads of the Rothrock State Forest and loved the thrill and reward of technical mountain bike riding.  Mountain Bike Riding became a weekly routine with the development of the Allegrippis Trails at Raystown Lake.  Jud still love to ride bikes.
Growing up in Central Pennsylvania mountaineering was a dream, images of dramatic high peaks in National Geographic and on he TV screen.  In 1994 Jud had his first exposure to mountaineers as a student at the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) Fall Semester in the Rockies Semester Course in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming.  Many years later in California he cut his teeth on Mount Shasta eventually working as a guide for Michael Zanger at Shasta Mountain Guides.  Those experiences lead the peaks of Montana  and to Pico de Orizaba in Mexico and a year later to the Himalayan Mountains.   In Nepal Jud lead three expeditions deep into the big mountains, but that’s a story for another time…

Paddle Sports: Canoeing, Kayaking, White Water Rafting & SUPing
I learned to paddle on the creeks and rivers of Central Pennsylvania.  Every summer as a camper at SMA we’d paddle the class III rapids of the Lower Yougeganiey River. 

In the fall of 1991 I did a Gap Year in Yorkshire, England.   During my time in England I played rugby for the Pocklington Rugby Club and the St John’s College Rugby Team.  Upon returning home I helped found the rugby club at Elon University.  Over the years I have played for the Olympic Rugby Club in San Francisco, Ca, the Missoula Maggots Rugby Club in Montana and the Happy Valley Barbarian Rugby Club.  Currently I coach the Juniata College Men’s Rugby Team