'The Doctors Said I Wouldn't Walk, but I’m Going to Be the First Israeli Woman to Climb Everest'

This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An Israeli lawyer who didn't let a bone-shattering accident stand in the way of her lofty dreams

Yael Benaya
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Danielle Wolfson, 43; lives in Tel Aviv, flying to Copiapó, Chile

Hi, where are you flying to?

I’m going to Chile, to climb Ojos del Salado, which is the highest volcano in the world, at an altitude of almost 7,000 meters. I’m flying from Tel Aviv to Istanbul, from Istanbul to Miami, from Miami to Santiago and from Santiago to Copiapó.

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