“If I look at style not as a list of hard fast rules, but as an artistic expression, climbs can continually reinvent themselves. We don’t always have to find a new mountain. Sometimes it’s a matter of looking at an old mountain in a new way.
That first trip with my dad up the Diamond taught me that fear is a life force that helps us understand our mortality. This last trip up taught me that mountains aren’t overcome or tapped out – just climbed.”