No Mountain Too High: A Father’s Inspiring Journey Through Grief
The sudden, tragic death of Ned Levitt’s 18-year-old accomplished daughter, Stacey, plunged him into a hell of devastating grief. But his determination to take meaning from her life pushed him to finish her un-finished climb of 17,000 ft. high Mt. Ixta in central Mexico and leave behind a book of Stacey’s poetry, which has been read by thousands of climbers from around the world. No Mountain Too High’s intimate detailing of personal torment, coupled with its revelations of how Stacey’s poetry touched countless lives, makes for a moving, compelling read that takes you to places of the heart and soul that even this forever-changed father never expected to go.
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