Bucking The Trends with Megan Kimmel

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Megan Kimmel travelled to Afghanistan for two weeks to work with Ascend Athletics and a group of Afghan women training to climb the tallest mountain in the country. They were able to travel to the wilderness for a week and discovered connections and a landscape that they had in common. Thanks to all the women who shared their journey and everyone at Ascend. Visit https://www.ascendathletics.org for more information on how to support their ongoing mission. Key Credits: Filmed by Theresa Breuer, Megan Kimmel, and Max Romey. Edited and painted by Max Romey. Music: “Desert Trail” and “Bushcraft” by Terry Devine-King “Sun Beam” by Jordan Gagne “You are not funny” by Untitled Love Story “You’re There” by Searching for Skies

Megan Kimmel travelled to Afghanistan for two weeks to work with Ascend Athletics and a group of Afghan women training to climb the tallest mountain in the country. They were able to travel to the wilderness for a week and discovered connections and a landscape that they had in common. Thanks to all the women who shared their journey and everyone at Ascend. Visit https://www.ascendathletics.org for more information on how to support their ongoing mission. Key Credits: Filmed by Theresa Breuer, Megan Kimmel, and Max Romey. Edited and painted by Max Romey. Music: “Desert Trail” and “Bushcraft” by Terry Devine-King “Sun Beam” by Jordan Gagne “You are not funny” by Untitled Love Story “You’re There” by Searching for Skies

Megan Kimmel travelled to Afghanistan for two weeks to work with Ascend Athletics and a group of Afghan women training to climb the tallest mountain in the country. They were able to travel to the wilderness for a week and discovered connections and a landscape that they had in common.

Megan Kimmel travelled to Afghanistan for two weeks to work with Ascend Athletics and a group of Afghan women training to climb the tallest mountain in the country. They were able to travel to the wilderness for a week and discovered connections and a landscape that they had in common.

Megan Kimmel travelled to Afghanistan for two weeks to work with Ascend Athletics and a group of Afghan women training to climb the tallest mountain in the country. They were able to travel to the wilderness for a week and discovered connections and a landscape that they had in common.