Patagonia’s new film, ‘Ascend’, follows three women who escaped from the Taliban and rediscovered climbing and community in Yosemite
Hint: She loves being uncomfortable.
Footage identified of the family home shows the demolished structure. Rekabi became a symbol of the anti-regime protests after competing without her hijab.
Experts believe she is making statements under duress and it’s unclear if she is being held under detention or will face retribution.
As Mothers' Day approaches—May 8, don't forget—we asked.
In this excerpt from "Valley of Giants," a new anthology of writing by some Yosemite's most iconic women climbers, Beth Rodden describes how her six-month journey on Meltdown (5.14c) brought an end to one period of her life and introduced another.
Check out Delaney Miller's author page.
Author Alison Osius, a senior editor at Climbing, has been climbing hard and writing about it for decades. Here are five crucial things she's learned.
The Indian climbing community is predominantly male. These women aim to change that.
Getting outside on your period can be daunting, but it doesn't have to be.
Thousands of activists now face persecution in Afghanistan. Some of them are climbers.
The team at Ascend, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, is working to ensure the safety of its staff and students.