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‘Everest is just a big rock. It’s not the answer to life’s problems.’ Cathy O’Dowd – First Woman to Summit Everest from Both Sides.

How does it feel to be the first woman to summit Mt Everest’s 29035ft from the north and south side? To experience the astonishing feat of standing on the highest point on earth knowing others have lost their lives trying? Is the answer to life’s problems waiting at the summit? Hear author, speaker, adventurer and mountaineer, Cathy O’Dowd recount her experiences on Everest and share with you valuable life lessons learned climbing some of the world’s toughest peaks.

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Cathy O’Dowd’s website

Books:

Just For The Love Of It, by Cathy O’Dowd

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Cathy O’Dowd piqued your interest in precarious peaks? Hear from other awe-inspiring mountaineers from the Off the Ropes podcast: 

Masha Gordon: The fastest woman to scale the Seven Summits
Colin O’Brady: World Record breaking mountaineer
James Ketchell – Atlantic rower, Everest climber & around the world cyclist

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2 Comments

  1. Su Hack

    Interesting listening to Cathy’s journey.

  2. Ness

    Edge of the seat interview! cannot begin to imagine myself in that situation.

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