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Wilderness Inquiry average salary is $99,262, median salary is $99,262 with a salary range from $99,262 to $99,262.
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Technical Service (account) Manager 99,262-99,262 Blythewood, SC, 29016 2013 Wilderness Inquiry Technical Service (account) Manager Salaries (1)
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  • Wilderness Inquiry
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Minneapolis, MN
  • Wilderness Inquiry is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year as the oldest and most extensive integrated outdoor education organization in the United States. It is an internationally recognized leader in the design and implementation of wilderness adventure programs for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Wilderness Inquiry has found that participation in shared wilderness experiences is a "great equalizer," which breaks down social, racial and economic barriers. Nearly 100 integrated wilderness trips are offered worldwide each year, from kayak tours in British Columbia and Costa Rica to dogsledding in northern Minnesota.