A day in the desert of the Southwest with Alpine guide Angela Hawse reminds us that sometimes the greatest adventures are the ones we embark upon within. While there is no argument that scaling rock faces and mountaineering toward the highest peaks demand courage, learning to honor and celebrate who we are is one of the most daring feats one can undertake.
Alpine Climbing Guide (AMGA/IFMGA)
Angela has been climbing, skiing and working full-time as a mountain guide for well over three decades. She’s one of the most experienced women guides in the industry, and one of only 11 female guides in the country to have achieved certification in all three AMGA disciplines of alpine, rock, and ski guiding.
Trevor Frost is an explorer, filmmaker, and photographer with an obsession for sharing stories that explore the human relationship with nature. He received his first grant from the National Geographic Society at 22 and at 29 completed his first feature story as a photographer for National Geographic Magazine. Over the last decade, Trevor has worked on every continent except Antarctica , often in remote and difficult environments, like rainforests and caves.