The Inge Perkins Scholarship offers financial support to a young female climber in Inge’s hometown of Bozeman, Montana—here’s some thoughts on how climbing helps girls become strong women.
Five ways to create rock-solid climbing relationships as a belayer.
The invaluable takeaways from a conversation about the female body, climbing, and competition.
An exploration of how puberty and adulthood affect the girl-woman dynamic in competition climbing.
Stories in celebration and mourning of the bold and generous spirit, Inge Perkins.
First Female Ascent. Women's Climbing Festival. #womenoutdoors. Is all this emphasis on gender in outdoor culture moving forward women's empowerment, or reaffirming stereotypes?
A reflection on the meaning of grades and their power to either inspire confidence or demoralize.
Reflections on a winter following sudden death and how a lost friend continues to inspire.
A thank you letter to a project for teaching/reminding me of a few important things about climbing. There's also a video celebrating the send.
Epic mountains, varied climbing styles on solid rock, and a community of motivated and kind climbers make Bishop my favorite place to boulder.
The bouldering near Bozeman, Montana keeps locals and visitors psyched, sore, bloody-tipped and ready for more.
Tufas, stalactites, cheeses and honey, wine and fish, tepid waters in a teal sea: Kalymnos didn't become a world class climbing destination solely because of its phenomenal rock and athletic, pumpy climbing style.