Read our early winter newsletter for information about avalanche course specials, ice park giveaways, gear picks, current conditions, hut skiing, and other winter offerings.
With El Nino in the forecast and ice already forming in the high country, anticipation of the 15-16 winter season is high. Click the image below to read about our Ice Park Membership and Ice Festival Pass giveaway, Marmot Spring Glove gear pick, El Nino News, and our winter 15-16 offerings.
In climbing, the opportunity to travel and experience new areas provides a welcome escape from daily life that invigorates mind, body, and senses. Perhaps no other climbing destination captures this essence like Moab and Indian Creek in Southern Utah. Warm weather, world-renowned crack climbing, and idyllic scenery create an unmatched climbing experience. Click on the flyer below to learn more about our offerings in Moab and Indian Creek this fall.
We are proud to announce the debut of our newest video, Your Best Day in the Mountains. It captures our dedication to providing you with the most professional, personalized, and fun-filled climbing and skiing experiences available. We can’t wait to join you for Your Best Day in the Mountains!
With snow falling from the sky and ice forming in the mountains, winter 2014-2015 is here! We are once again offering a full array of courses in ice climbing, backcountry skiing, avalanche awareness, and ski mountaineering. Click on the image below to see a full list of courses and dates for the season. Book by Thanksgiving and get 10% off!
Following is a trip report from our 2014 Alaska Ski Mountaineering Course. The participants – Chris, JP, Zack, & Chelsea – accomplished numerous high level ski tours while learning the ropes of ski mountaineering. By the end of the week, they were using their new skills to lead the group through steep, complex climbs and descents in the heart of the Chugach Range near Valdez, Alaska.
We are now accepting registrations for our 2014 climb of Mt. Rainier. We will be climbing the Disappointment Cleaver Route as a small team on July 14-18, 2014. The program emphasizes skill development and includes in-depth instruction in mountaineering skills. For more information, visit our Mt. Rainier webpage or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-325-7342.
We had a fantastic Mt. Rainier climb last week with every team member making it to the summit! We climbed the Disappointment Cleaver route from a high camp at Ingraham Flats. During our ascent we had excellent snow conditions, good weather, and our climbing teams implemented their newly learned climbing skills with precision and finesse. Following are a few photos from the trip.
The Colorado College Outdoor Recreation Club took hut skiing to a new level in February with pillow drops, log hits, and all around incredible skiing! This video is from a Blue Lakes Hut Trip we did with this crew over President’s Day weekend. A big thanks to guide Mike Bromberg for his artistic talent in compiling this short film.
Peak Mountain Guides staff members Angela Hawse, Geoff Unger, and Tim Brown are AMGA certified American Mountain Guides and IFMGA internationally licensed guides.
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