Updated: Nov 15, 2018
I am the healthiest adult congenital heart patient in North America. In 2015 I reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro of 19,341’ and then I trained to climb as a adventure mountain climber. In February 2017 I reached the summit of 3 glacier mountains including scaling 90 foot rock walls of snow-capped covered volcanoes in Ecuador.
Even though it was grueling, I took a risk and reached deeper into my faith, my commitments and my desire to overcome.
What steps do you take to make it to the top?
What rock scrambles are scary to climb down to reach that goal?
How can you make adjustments so next time you reach a safer summit?