Jayme Moye

Outside August 2018 Exposure to extreme environments can change our DNA. Everest climbers—and their twins—are the perfect study subjects. Read it here.* *Gold Winner: 2018 North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA)  

National Geographic July 2018 This naturalist is working to ensure the history of America’s most revered outdoor spaces is not forgotten. Read it here.* *Honorable Mention: 2018 North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA)

National Geographic June 2018 The expert climbers reached the top of the Nose, Yosemite’s grandest route, in under two hours—something never before accomplished. Read it here.* *Honorable Mention: 2018 North American Travel...

The Outsider January 2018 A school like none other, BOSS is an oasis of primitive knowledge nestled in the crags of the Utah desert, known for it’s long history of intensive...

The Outsider November 2017 Former Navy SEAL Micah Fink helps combat veterans make peace with their past by learning to horse pack, a specialized form of backcountry camping. Our writer joins...

5280 June 2017 Last year, the federal government released a report about rampant sexual harassment and gender discrimination in Grand Canyon National Park’s white-water rafting district. The account sparked a nationwide...

NationalGeographic.com September 2016 Blind adventurer Erik Weihenmayer scales the East Buttress in less than 24 hours and sets a new rock climbing record. Read it here.* *Gold Winner: 2017 North American Travel...

5280  July 2016 The Front Range is a hotbed for the cerebral sport of sailplaning, but you don’t need to be a rocket scientist—or a pilot—to catch some air. Read it...

Travel + Leisure June 2016 It’s one of Yosemite’s most iconic features and, for mountaineers, one of the most celebrated climbs in the world. Jayme Moye traces the story of El...

MensJournal.com January 2016 In the wake of a federal report, a river guide tells her story—of a party culture gone awry, where women are harassed and treated as objects. Read it...