An engaging chronicle of a little-known group of pioneers.
An inspiring and necessary reminder that women are thriving in the world of outdoor adventure.
A thoroughly enjoyable read.
—Books of the Southwest
The greatest virtue of the book is Teal's literary gift. . . . A fully rounded view of the adrenaline-fueled life on the big water.
—Utah Historical Quarterly
The book transcends gender even as it addresses it and thereby joins the dozen or so books about the Grand Canyon that belong in every river runner's library. . . . Without it, history is incomplete.