qualified. committed. knowledgable

Our guides are experienced, qualified adventure leaders who work and play year round in the outdoor industry and maintain high levels of certification, including avalanche training, professional ski certifications and education though the American Mountain Guides Association. All have current Wilderness First Aid, and most have WFR or EMT certifications to ensure your safety in the backcountry.

Completing the experience are our guides who are great people to be with-- fun, knowledgeable and committed to making the most of your time in the outdoors, whether you are scrambling to the summit of a fourteener, hiking through meadows of wildflowers, snowshoeing through the aspens or ascending a desperate ice pillar.

Dave Chew climbing at Indian Creek in UT. 

Dave Chew climbing at Indian Creek in UT. 

Andrew Temple 

Andrew Temple 

Willi Glanznig

Dave Nesis enjoying his daily jog

Dave Nesis enjoying his daily jog

Julie Hodson and best pal Frankie skiing in Ophir, CO

Julie Hodson and best pal Frankie skiing in Ophir, CO

Joe Eppler

Joe Eppler

Ryan "Howdy" Howe "The love of huge landscapes and wild experiences has drawn Ryan to guiding. For almost two decades he has shared adventure with clients on big mountains and deep canyons around the globe."

Ryan "Howdy" Howe
"The love of huge landscapes and wild experiences has drawn Ryan to guiding. For almost two decades he has shared adventure with clients on big mountains and deep canyons around the globe."

Mark Rineer showing his "stoke face" during a beautiful powder day in the San Juans. 

Mark Rineer showing his "stoke face" during a beautiful powder day in the San Juans.