Since the early days of exploration, adventurous women have felt the pull of the mountains. Women of the early 1900s climbed some of the highest peaks in Canada wearing woolen knickers and hobnail boots. These pioneers set the standard for the women who followed. Women such as Sharon Wood and Leanne Allison who continue to push the limits even further.
About the Author
Helen Rolfe lives with her family in Canmore, Alberta. She too felt the pull of the Rocky Mountains, and moved west from Ontario in her early twenties. She has been there ever since.