Ski Mountaineer Hilaree Nelson on Defeating Everything from Everest to Doubt, Depression, and Mom Guilt


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The list of "first woman to"s following Hilaree Nelson's name are too many to fit in a podcast description. Just this month she became the first person to ski down Mount Lhotse, a sister peak to Everest and the 4th highest mountain in the world. After summiting Everest a few years ago, she decided to keep going and climb another sister peak without resting. The woman is a machine. She's also a mother, and a person who thinks deeply about what it means to be human and part of this world. In the second installment of The North Face's She Moves Mountains series, we get deep and go big. For more info visit:

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