24th May 2019 13:31
Yesterday we had a rest day in camp after an incredibly tough day. 'Rest day' is a slight misnomer as we spent the entire day building 4-6 foot snow walls for the impending storms this weekend. A little about the challenges of the day - we moved a cache from 14,000'|4,267m to 17,000'|5,182m and came back to 14,000'|4,267m camp. That's 6,000 vertical feet in a day and involves the most technical terrain on Denali, West Buttress route.
17th May 2019 10:57
Hello from Denali Camp 2 (11,200' | 3,414m)!! Ever wonder what a typical day looks like at Denali? I wanted to give you a glimpse into my daily routine at this point in the climb.
15th May 2019 15:30
We finally landed the day before yesterday after 2 previous attempts. I can't say I was upset about any part of it as we had plenty of time and the weather was improving. The first day was pretty brutal. The scenery is beyond stunning but you really are head down, pulling a giant sled and carrying a heavy pack.
29th April 2019 17:53
Denali- "Even with the acknowledgment of fear and intimidation, I do these things. Not to spite them but because of them. Because each time I've come out the other side of a big scary goal- the accomplishment is the biggest reward I've ever experienced. I'm not special; I'm driven. I'm not some amazing athlete, I try hard and give myself the freedom to follow my dreams. Please enjoy following along on this next giant step in my world first record attempt, to become the first female ever to sail the seven seas and climb the seven summits."- https://www.sara.blue/7seas-7summits/denali-live
10th December 2017 09:00
2017 was such an exciting time for me, making connections, plans and exciting new developments for the future. I'm starting 2018 with a brand new website, and a way to connect with people around the world that feel as strongly about the environment as I do.