mountaineering

October 18, 2018

Summiting at 17,000 Feet: My Climb of Kilimanjaro with Outdoor Afro

Day 3 of the expedition revealed a view of Uhuru Peak among the clouds.

We all have dreams, aspirations—a bucket list. Before signing up to climb Kilimanjaro, I had been interested in mountaineering for a few years. Then, at the 2016 Outdoor Afro Leadership Training, I learned that I could apply for the opportunity of a lifetime—the chance to climb Kilimanjaro with Outdoor Afro. Little did I know I […]

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October 16, 2018

Gear Review: BioLite Headlamp

Wildly Capable. Simply Comfortable. Meet the BioLite HeadLamp: I never thought I would love …
October 15, 2018

3: She, Her, Hers

When we’re born, a doctor proclaims that we are male or female, based …
October 2, 2018

The Most Important Thing

When Kurt and I left NYC last winter, I told him that I …
September 18, 2018

Gear Review: Outdoor Research Ascendant Hoody & Uberlayer Hooded Jacket

I don’t often have a new favorite piece of gear; I have a …
September 15, 2018

2: A Unique Relationship

Bryce’s brother Tyler died in a climbing accident but because of his death, …
September 4, 2018

For the Love of Climbing

I am biologically a grown-up now, at least, according to my birth certificate …
August 21, 2018

Gear Review: Trango Phase Alpine Draws

“Your draws are looking a little fuzzy.” said every person I’ve ever climbed …
August 15, 2018

1: Unbroken

You haven’t heard this story yet. But, maybe you have. Maybe it’s a …