About Felicia Ennis
Her first climb was at age 4 on the sandstone cliffs in her backyard in Billings, Montana. By the time Felicia was 25, she climbed the 28-pitch Asti route in the Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, Chile, the first female ascent in 30 hours. During the all-night descent she and her partner rescued 5 stranded climbers halfway down the route. That trip inspired her to pursue a career climbing and exploring in the mountains. In 2005, she started an international guiding company where she brought clients to South America, Antarctica, Montana, and Morocco for
horseback riding, birding, hiking and wine tasting. Felicia’s rock, ice and ski accomplishments include peaks from around the world. She lives in northwest Montana and is the CEO of a private charitable foundation.