She’s been climbing since 2010 so she just hit 10 years of climbing.
It’s a lot of time and, to be honest, she barely remembers that there was any life before climbing. During this time, she tried a lot of different types of climbing trying to find her own thing. Did she find it? She probably wouldn’t be able to make up her mind and practice only one type of climbing. She practices sport climbing most of the time, but she values her experiences from multi-pitch routes the most (though sometimes only after they’re over…). Right now, she’s into climbing technically difficult big wall routes.
Routes that gave her the most satisfaction and that she considers her greatest achievements are:
- Classic big-wall ascends of Freerider and Golden Gate at El Capitan in Yosemite
- Sending difficult multi-pitch routes: Pilar del Cantabrico at Picos de Europa (8a+), Final Frontier (5.13b) in Yosemite
- RP ascends: Nie dla psa Kiełbasa VI.7, Ekspozytura szatana VI.6+, Próba Turinga VI.6+ and OS and Flash up to 8a
Climbing teaches her to listen to her body and control her mind. It teaches determination and believing in oneself. It also gives immediate feedback—it shows that the effort you put into climbing produces results.