Lucia Li

Our latest podcast episode of theDIHEDRAL Podcast features another spectacular guest.  We were so happy to be joined by Lucia Li, an amazing woman who is entirely stoked on climbing to the point where she recently made a life changing move to be further immersed in the rocks.  She is an entrepreneur, climber, and expert on all things Red River Gorge.  

In this episode we talk to Lucia about how she has found a way to flourish despite overwhelming obstacles.  This was such a fun and inspirational conversation.  Lucia is a fantastic storyteller with an incredible surplus of experiences to draw from.  I was literally sitting on the edge of my seat the entire time.

Lucia opens up about some of the highs (literally and figuratively) and lows (figuratively) of her life both on and off the rocks.

In addition to opening up about life, Lucia takes time to break down some of the best crags that the Midwest has to offer, as we follow her journey from the walls of Michigan Tech to the sandstone Mecca that is Red River Gorge.

We hope you enjoy this episode as Carrot and Lucia chat about change, courage, climbing, family, and taking risks.

A huge thank you to Lucia Li for the motivating chat. You can find more info about Lucia HERE. If you are interested in looking at or purchasing from Lucia’s Soap, click HERE, and if you are looking for a place to stay while at the Red HERE is the spot!

Of course, we also want to thank you for listening. You can find the interview on theDIHEDRAL Podcast HERE, and listed on most podcasting platforms including Apple, Spotify, and Amazon.

4 Replies to “Lucia Li”

    1. She was so fun to talk with, and such a crusher! I’m happy you liked it, I was really pumped about how it turned out too! Thank you for letting us know!

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