Liz Ndindi decided to bring the sport she loved to more Kenyans of African descent. Here’s a snapshot of her journey.… Read More cliffs, community, and breaking down barriers: Climbing Life Kenya’s Liz Ndindi shares her love of new heights
in a time of pandemic and social isolation, we need the mountains–and what they represent–more than ever.… Read More why the mountains matter as much as ever: reflections on backyard summits and Scottish hills
Still grateful for that sunny, wild October day in 2016 when I scrambled along the spine of Dundonnell’s jewel and one of Britain’s finest ridges: An Teallach. … Read More howling for precipices
Is it about the foreground, the background, or the ground? Where does our word “landscape” come from? And what’s the deal with plastic mulch, guys?… Read More what the hell even is landscape, anyway?