National Geographic March 2019 Born without her lower left arm, National Geographic Adventurer of the Year Maureen Beck is pushing the sport to new heights. Read it here.
5280 August 2018 Breckenridge locals Shannon Galpin and her daughter, Devon Clark, will showcase a series of life-sized illustrations of endangered animals at RiNo’s annual urban arts festival. Read it here.
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)
Kootenay Mountain Culture July 2018 Definitely dirtbag, and sure-as-heck hair-raising, rock climbing is not for the weak. What is it that moves these athletes of ascent to their happy places? Read...
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...
Outside May 2018 The founder of Native Women’s Wilderness talks about how she developed her organization and how far we still have to go. Read it here.
MensJournal.com May 2018 Arguably the strongest climber on earth is now also the fastest. Read it here.
Outside May 2018 Jan Redford’s “End of the Rope” doesn’t shy away from the author’s climbing, relationship, and career pains—which makes it a refreshing new contribution to the canon. Read it...
Marie Claire May 2018 In her new memoir, the leader of the hijab protest movement encourages women to go head-to-head with the morality police. Read it here.
Audubon March 2018 By studying how the birds burn energy, the scientist hopes to better understand how animals can survive in a changing world. Read it here.