Remembering Jeff Lowe
This past weekend, the beloved and talented climber Jeff Lowe passed away in Fort Collins, CO at the age of 67. Jeff was known for always challenging the status quo, and pushing boundaries when it came to climbing. He was most known for his solo climb on the forbidden north face of the Eiger in the Swiss Alps. We want to thank Jeff Lowe for his contributions to the evolution of the outdoor industry, and his legacy that will live on.
Two years ago, we had the chance to speak with Jeff Lowe and his longtime partner, Connie Self, on the journey of becoming a climber and an influencer in the outdoor industry. Their motto? “Do the best you can, with what you’ve got, from where you are, right now.” Read more of their story in our original article here.
Check out Jeff and Connie’s film, “Metanoia.”
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