Ice, Snow & High Places
Alpine Climbs are a personal favorite of mine. Long days in remote high places with unbeatable views and solitude away from the crowds often encountered at local crags. They include objectives from easy ridge traversing to testing your climbing strength in the rarified air.
These adventures are committing. The trips by nature are multi-day. While some trips end each day back at base camp, other outings will include traveling and climbing with our camping gear and sleeping in a new spot each night. These objectives often involve glacier travel, ice climbing, and steep snow.
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A selection of the most popular alpine climbing adventures
North Cascades National Park is an expansive wilderness of sharp granite peaks, lakes, glaciers; steep approach hikes through coniferous forests; there is something for all skill levels if you're willing to work to get there.
Grand Teton National Park is a wonderland of outdoor adventure on sharp granite peaks; this range offers sunny two-pitch climbs, mixed alpine endurance test-pieces and hikes to remote alpine lakes.
Rocky Mountain National Park has an endless selection of alpine adventure; with hikes, long ridge traverses, 900 ft. tall sheer rock walls, ice climbing, and steep snow available, there is truly an adventure for everyone.