The best climber in the world is the one that has the most fun.
Identifying and overcoming natural fear is one of the pleasing struggles intrinsic to climbing.
Inspiring passion in family and friends has more enduring value than just staying alive for them.
I think climbing is less a sport and more a hobby, and as such, I think everybody's a beginning climber.
When you remove the risk, you remove the challenge. When you remove the challenge, you wither on the vine.
It's the journey toward doing these harder climbs that really gives value to the whole activity of climbing.
There are two kinds of climbers, those who climb because their heart sings when they're in the mountains, and all the rest.
It's wonderful to be back. Back among the mountains that remind us of our vulnerability, our ultimate lack of control over the world we live in. Mountains that demand humility, and yield so much peace in return.