Golden Age of Women’s Climbing With Stephanie Kay Atwood

Golden Age of Women’s Climbing With Stephanie Kay Atwood

Golden Age of Women’s Climbing

Exceptional Mountain Women

From the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s

This episode will publish to subscribers on iTunes on June 20, 2017

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June 20, 2017 Episode 16 – The Golden Age of Women’s Climbing

The Golden Age of Women’s Climbing is the topic of Stephanie’s intro to the episodes highlighting pioneer women climbers who climbed simply for the love of it.During the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s climbing meant something very different than it does now.This is especially true for the women who made incredible strides and took incredible risks BECAUSE they loved being in the mountains! These women took risks, not to further any cause, but to pursue a dream and see what they were capable of.
Laurie Wood as a young climber with Rob Wood and Doug Scott

Fifty years ago almost…

Stephanie introduces the subject from her unique perspective of both rock climbing and mountaineering, when the term climbing meant something quite different than now.

Resources and Upcoming Interviews:
Sharon Wood www.sharonwood.net/
Arlene Blum www.arleneblum.com/
Molly Higgins Film http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0100697/
Laurie Wood https://www.facebook.com/laurie.wood.5815
Nancy Miniszek Phelp http://mindbloggling76.com

Watch for the interviews of all these amazing climbers, and more!

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