Moving Mountains: A Panel Discussion on Women in the Tetons

On August 27, 1923, Eleanor Davis, the Director of Physical Education for Women at Colorado College, did something no woman before her had ever done: she stood atop the Grand Teton.

One hundred years later, The Teton Climbers’ Coalition is marking Davis’ accomplishment with a year-long celebration of women in the mountains. The centennial kicked off on Friday, January 13, with a panel discussion entitled Moving Mountains that explores the past, present and future of female Teton pioneers.

The panel, which was held from 5-6 p.m. at the Jackson Hole Playhouse, featured four women from the community:

Catherine Cullinane
First Female Exum Mountain Guide
Morgan McGlashon
Youngest Woman to Ski Grand Teton
Dana Larkin
Former Exum Guide
Madison Rose Ostergren
Professional Skier and Star of Film “FUEL”