Jayme Moye

Women’s Adventure Fall 2013 A former road bike racer gets a chance to ride with Afghanistan’s first women’s cycling team. Read it here.* *Gold Winner: 2013 North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA)

National Geographic July 2013 Afghanistan’s first women’s bike racing team hits the road. Read it here.* *Silver Winner: 2013 North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA)

The Bark Spring 2013 Transformed by volunteering, Nora Livingstone helps others do the same. Read it here.* *Finalist: 2013 North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA)

National Geographic November 2012 Twenty of National Geographic’s esteemed Adventurers of the Year share the wildest dream trips they’ve ever had—a dazzling list of feats around the globe. Read it here.*...

Women’s Adventure Fall 2012 First Descents challenges young adults with cancer, presenting real obstacles to fear, confront, and conquer in the outdoors. Read it here.* *3rd place: 2012 Society of Professional Journalists...

National Geographic August 2012 This summer, a small international team scouted a route up Kilimanjaro for the first legal paragliding attempt off the mountain, planned for February 2013. Read it here.*...

Elevation Outdoors November 2011 Breckenridge is primed to open new terrain on Peak 6. While the expansion has some locals excited, many see it as a big corporation’s move too far....

Women’s Adventure Spring 2010 Kim Coats left everything behind to pursue a dream helping others in Rwanda. Read it here.* *3rd place: 2010 Society of Professional Journalists Top of the Rockies...

Breathe Winter 2009 The voluntourism experience in Africa. Read it here.* *Gold: 2011 North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) Awards

Women’s Running November 20009 In Rwanda, one woman helps other women recover from a brutal past by introducing them to sports, and gives thousands of girls the chance to play. Read...