Growing up in Ohio, Anna Pfaff didn’t get a lot of exposure to the mountains. It wasn’t until she left to study nursing in Denver that she roped up for the first time, and it didn’t take long for her to catch the bug. Ever since, she has spent most of her days traveling the world in search of big walls and remote alpine objectives that quench her thirst for adventure. From the Andes to Newfoundland, Anna is in the zone when tackling mixed climbing routes in the furthest reaches of the backcountry.

  • Trango Tower, Pakistan via Eternal Flame
  • Great Trango Tower, Pakistan via The American Route
  • Fitz Roy, Patagonia via The Affanicieff
  • Holtanna Peak, Queen Maud Land, Antarctica
  • Multiple new routes and First Ascents arounf the globe