In an interview with the BBC, Howarth explained that the reason she decided to complete the climb was to raise awareness for Limb Loss Awareness Month:
It's actually Limb Loss Awareness Month. That was a big factor in doing it, just to get it out there and advocate for other people that are disabled, missing a limb, veterans and etcetera.
Her next aim with the climb is to get it recognised in the Guinness Book of Records, and she's aiming to raise $10,000 to bring an adjudicator to Colorado to witness the record and put it in the books.
In the future, she wants to open a disability friendly restaurant, where she'd love to hire amputees as her staff.