How hiking gives Afghan girls a chance to breathe free
Clip: 10/26/2017 | 4m 43s
Few are brave enough to climb Afghanistan's rugged mountains. But for women, harassment from extremist groups make practicing outdoor sports even more difficult. A new organization is helping women find peace living in the war-stricken country by teaching them how to hike and rock climb. Julia Griffin reports on how women in Afghanistan are conquering new heights.
Aired: 10/26/17Video has closed captioning.
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