Scaling the side of a mountain isn’t an activity most would describe as “comforting.” Especially when the only things preventing a free fall are your own hands, feet and a harness. But some people crave the challenge that Wyoming rock climbing presents. And for them, the climb is freeing – even addicting. Cara Liberatore, a Wyoming mountain guide, mother and cancer survivor, lives for those moments on the cliff side. “Climbing, for me, is the only thing in life that requires all of my physical, mental and spiritual energy simultaneously,” she explains. #ThatsWY
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