Rocky Mountain Outlook: Visually Impaired Mountaineer's Tall Task

2023

Jill's Feature in Canmore Alberta's Rocky Mountain Outlook

Podcast: Ambiguously Blind

2023

Talking all things change, challenge and choosing my response when life's trail gets rocky... from the Rockies.

The Travis Macy Show

2023

Listen in as Travis and Mace lead a fun , educational, and compelling conversation with Jill and Ryan Haebe about living fully after traumatic brain injury.

Podcast: Climbing 8000m Peaks With 70% Blindness

2023

On The Mic With Parth: Jill Wheatley is a Canadian mountaineer and runner. A few years ago she suffered a traumatic brain injury causing her to loose 70% of her vision. But that did not stop her from dreaming big. She went about climbing 6x8000m mountains in less than a year and is aiming to finish all 14 very soon!

Jill Wheatley: Mountains of My Mind

2023

New episode of Let's Take This Outside with @mtnsofmymind - Jill is a mountain climber currently climbing the world’s 14 peaks above 8,000 metres, with only 30% of her vision.

Partially-sighted Mountaineer Climbing the World’s 14 Tallest Mountain

2023

We meet Jill Wheatley, a partially-sighted mountaineer looking to summit the world’s 14 tallest mountains.

Gripped Magazine: Visually Impaired Canadian Summits Annapurna

2023

Jill was featured in Gripped Magazine following her Annapurna summit (April, 2023)

Visually impaired climber to summit 14 peaks

2022

Visually impaired mountaineer Jill Wheatley says climbing is a gift after surviving traumatic brain injury.

Moving Mountains: Perspective and Possibility from Brain Injury and Vision Loss to the World’s Highest Peaks

2023

Thankful for the Canadian Concussion Legacy Foundation who asked me to share as part of their Inspiring Stories features.

Overcoming Mountains of Adversity

2022

From ParticipACTION Canada, the Active Champions Series is a monthly showcase of inspiring stories highlighting the importance of physical activity and sport in our everyday lives.