Hope for those facing life's biggest mountains.


Motivating you to stay with the climb!



The heart of Gary Sinclair and Never Quit Climbing is to provide hope and inspiration to those facing challenges and hard times. Everyone has a story and eventually a mountain to climb based on finances, work, illness, relationship, fear, major loss or an addiction. Many neither have the inner strength or right thinking to take on their summit. So NQC is here to offer resources, faith insights and thoughts from others to help anyone climb their mountain.

NQC is also a place where climbers of all kinds can come to find interesting articles, new friends, humor, and somewhere to share thoughts about their own everyday lives, needs and activities. NQC also has Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest pages.

Gary just published a new book called Never Quit Climbing now available at Amazon.com. He is also available to speak at your conference, business or gathering.

Get Gary’s new book at:    Amazon.com

Get Gary’s new book at: Amazon.com


"You don't climb a mountain by looking at the summit. You get to the top overcoming one switchback at a time."




Gary and his wife Jackie love the mountains. Their treks include climbs in Yosemite, Alaska, the Alps and the Rockies to name a few. Their experiences together, plus Gary's mountain trips with his family as a young person, led him to coin the phrase Never Quit Climbing. In fact, he began to use that challenge years ago in letters, emails and speaking.

However, in 2003 he and Jackie took on her first 14er, Gray's Peak, in Colorado. While not a difficult ascent for experienced mountaineers, it was the beginning of a much bigger climb that began just three months later. Jackie was diagnosed with stage 3 colon/rectal cancer. The next eighteen months led to multiple tests, radiation, chemo and surgeries.

However, they soon realized that their strategy for climbing peaks of granite could be used to take on this new personal mountain. It became clear that overcoming a life mountain also requires getting up the trail one switchback at a time. Thankfully, using old lessons in new settings, they were able to also summit Mt. Cancer. Jackie is cancer-free today. But the same principles they engaged in against cancer apply to any personal mountain. Subsequently they have shared the principles, cautions and practices they learned on their journey with hundreds of people and now through this website and other resources.

In fact, Gary has a new book out called: Never Quit Climbing: Overcoming Life's Seemingly Insurmountable Mountains.. They are telling their story so that thousands more can learn to conquer the mountains that life has thrown in front of them.




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