Author Archives: Emily Stifler

About Emily Stifler

I grew up in Vermont and live in Bozeman, Montana. I love topography: mountains, rocks, weather and people.

Women’s film fest

Women at Work was featured in the inaugural Women in Adventure Sports film festival in Arlington, Mass. this fall. The organizers are considering touring nationally with the fest, so we’ll see what happens. Here’s the flier they posted:

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Women at Work – a film

In summer 2010, Lorna Illingworth, Madaleine Sorkin and I spent 25 days living at the base of the southeast face of Proboscis, a sheer 2000’ granite wall in Northern Canada’s Cirque of the Unclimbables. Our goal was to free the … Continue reading

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International Travelers

It’s a warm winter day in Bozeman, and I am working away at my new job as editor of a regional paper called the Big Sky Weekly. The Women at Work film premier at the Bozeman Ice Fest went well, … Continue reading

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Film Premier

Check it out – the premier of Women at Work, a 26-minute film I spent the last two months editing, will be at the Bozeman Ice Fest this upcoming Thursday night, December 9. Jason Thompson will start the evening with … Continue reading

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Another chapter remains

In September, I met Madaleine in Southwest Colorado. We climbed in the Black (see Mad’s wacky Southern Arete head cam video below), and we spent a couple days visiting with Jim McCarthy in Ridgway. Jim was a gracious host, and … Continue reading

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Images

After an unbelievable Indian Summer, it now feels like late fall in Montana. Cottonwood leaves by the Gallatin River are still yellow though, and they’re beautiful against the new snow. The following are an assortment of photos I wanted to … Continue reading

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Scorched on the Southern Arete

Madaleine and I hadn’t seen each other in 25 days, the length of time we’d spent living in the boulders at the base of Proboscis. So, we met after dark on Sunday night on the North Rim of the Black … Continue reading

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Missing my ladies

I miss you girls!

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Dear Mom

Dear Mom(s), We talked about you many times on our trip. Being away made us think of the people we love. All three of us have a deep connection to our mothers, which was something that brought us together in … Continue reading

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Views

Just a few shots of our views last month

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