Current Transportation: Nissan Xterra 2003
Core Activities: Ice climbing, mixed climbing, rock climbing
Non-Core Activities: Surfing, dog walking, coffee, running, art gallery day dreaming
Favorite Places: The Lookout in Echo Canyon in Canmore, The Ghost Wilderness Area for ice and rock climbing
My Jam Is: ALT-J, Yeah Yeah Yeah's
I Eat Lots Of: Coffee. Even though it's not food, it's the one thing I can't live without!
Fun Fact: My last name translated means “little hen,” which is one of many nicknames, Hunes, Poco Pollo, Hunicorn, Hunibomber…
Sarah has followed the lure of the outdoors ever since her first canoe trip as a young kid. Currently living and working full time as an ACMG Alpine Guide in the Canadian Rockies, Sarah’s business focuses on teaching women the skills necessary to be independent in the mountains on rock, ice and in alpine environments. An avid climber, Sarah is constantly pushing herself in all mediums, from mixed climbing to first ascents on seas stacks in Newfoundland.
I love these pants for rock climbing in cooler temps. They are extremely comfortable and give total freedom of movement.
This jacket ticks all the boxes. It has a functional, feminine fit, with a soft, breathable fabric, while still pulling off being a high-performance waterproof outer layer. This is the one jacket to own and pack for everything.
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Ice Climbing in the Ghost
It was dark out, my headlamp needed a battery change, and my coffee hadn’t quite yet kicked in. By 5am we were hiking over frozen creeks, bush crashing through trees, and shedding layers… [Read More]