What Does It Mean To Be A Strong Female Climber?

 

Anna Hazelnutt reflects on her move abroad, 2020, and what femininity in climbing really means.

“I had to redefine what it meant to be Anna this year. And I’m still trying to understand myself, to love myself, and to embody my own definition of what it means to be a strong female climber,” she wrote.

 


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