EP 1: Sasha DiGiulian on Keeping It Simple

At Home on the Road

3 Episodes

Sasha DiGiulian is a professional rock climber. She started climbing at the age of 6 and was the first North American woman to climb a 5.14d (9a) outdoors. To give a sense of this accomplishment, only two other women in the world had done this before her.

Life on the road is a big part of being a climber, and having a comfortable “home” after a long day of climbing makes it that much easier. As Sasha says, “my favorite part about traveling in an RV might be that my bed is right there.”

This video is proudly produced in partnership with Go RVing.

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