Jayme Moye writes about travel, mountain sports and culture, and pushing the limits of human potential. Her award-winning freelance writing appears in Outside, Travel + Leisure, and National Geographic, among others. She is the former managing editor of Elevation Outdoors, and a former adventure news correspondent for Men’s Journal. Her personal essays have been anthologized in The Best Women’s Travel Writing and Vignettes and Postcards from Paris. She is co-author of On the Nose: A Lifelong Obsession with Yosemite’s Most Iconic Climb, a 2017 Best Book Award Finalist.
Jayme is the 2019 recipient of the Keith Bellows Award for Excellence in Travel Journalism, honoring the work of the longtime Editor-in-Chief of National Geographic Traveler. She is also the first woman to have been awarded the North American Travel Journalists Association’s Grand Prize in Travel Journalism more than once: in 2014, for reporting on Afghanistan’s first female road-bike racing team, and in 2018, for breaking the story on sexual harassment in the river-raft guiding industry in the U.S.