dZi Foundation Is an amazing non-profit based out of Ridgway, CO that I have been a part of in an advisory role for years. These folks both in the US and in Nepal are doing amazing things for rural villages around Nepal. Please chack them out! any amount of donation goes a long way to supporting thier efforts in education, Covid protocols, running water etc. ... See MoreSee Less
I really enjoy seeing people/friends experience the Telluride Via Ferrata for the first time. Yesterday with the crew from #TheRescueFilm on a stunning September sunny 🌞day. Thanks for the invite @jimmychin
Awesome to get to know @annacmbarnes @mn_torrel and nd. n. ... See MoreSee Less
Rode my first Independence Pass today. Gunning for the Triple Crown just not quite enough time on the bike yet! Soon though 😊.
It’s been a long road to feeling 100% post-Covid in March but definitely seeing the light 💡. Lungs feeling good 👍. Heart seems to be beating normal again. 🎉
#exploreperfection @corosglobal @iamspecialized_road @boxcanyonbicycles ... See MoreSee Less
Cheers to good health🎉
I have always been a big proponent of seeking out physical adventures that are hard for me. I desire suffering. This physical state is my greatest teacher of perspective, empathy and gratitude.
Inherently within the act of physically pushing my boundaries in a sport- whether rock climbing, running, skiing- it demands focus and from that focus it gives my brain a much-needed break from thinking about things that don’t always serve me well.
This week has been a crazy tough one for my head. My kids started school on Wednesday amidst outside threats that shut down the school campus. Our little town is reeling from tragedy and I struggle not be paralyzed by a global mental health crisis, the dangers of social media with our youth, politics and our environmental crisis.
If you’ve managed to read this far, this is just my long-winded way of saying #getoutside this weekend. Tomorrow is #globalclimbingday. Take a moment to connect with people, push your boundaries a bit, enjoy some physical suffering as a way to relieve some mental suffering. It doesn’t fix everything but it’s a good start.
@thenorthface #neverstopexploring ... See MoreSee Less
Big week down there. Good advice 🙏
Bela foto hem
Love this. ❤️
Thank you. Greetings from Istanbul.
Ame se muito
Hilaree you are right. I’m battling breast cancer since February… totally out of the blue from a routine check up. While I miss traveling to mountains all over the world ( I was lucky to visit Utah, Montana, Yosemite and Lake Tahoe in California, Alaska, Patagonia, Italian Alps, Iceland…) I learnt to enjoy the outdoors by my house. I learnt that those miles walking outdoors are the most important moments of my day to try to give some normality to the rest of the day. Thanks to be always real in the good and the bad.
Ok… you talked me into it! 😂
Snuck out of Telluride for some Wyoming climbing. Flaked out a brand new @blackdiamond_climb rope and jumped on some sharp steep limestone.
I’ve hardly been climbing this summer because of a sprained ankle in early June. 32 hours into our week I’m already totally beat up 😂. Climbing is hard. #clippingbolts #dogdaysofsummer #neverstopexploring
I ❤️ @jimwmorrison for being #ropegun ... See MoreSee Less
My granddaughter Brynn is climbing in ten sleep with the Spire Climbing Center competitive team all this week.
I can’t imagine what you guys do for fun🤭
I agree🦸🧗climbing is hard🏔️🚀