Alpine

The Matterhorn

The Matterhorn is possibly the most recognizable and iconic mountains in the world. Situated on the border between Switzerland and Italy this 14,688 foot mountain captures the imagination at first glance. First climbed in 1865 by Edward Wymper and party via Hornli Ridge, this beauty has a long rich history in the annals of mountain climbing.
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The Eiger

One of the infamous names in world mountaineering that has captured the adventurous mind with images of daring, exposure and historic consequence. While not the highest peak in the Berner Oberland range of mountains it continues to dominate conversation and allure across the Alps and from our stance near the it’s base in Grindelwald, Switzerland.
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Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc at 15,780 feet is the highest mountain in the Western Alps. It was on Mont Blanc more than two centuries ago that Alpinism was founded when it was first climbed by the scientist Horace Benedict de Saussure. The history, size and beauty of Mont Blanc has established it as a classic must do on the top of many mountaineers tic lists.
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Alps Classics Week

So often we are asked ‘ I want a week long Alps classic… a little snow, a little rock, huts, trams… get an idea of the whole area and have a great adventure; what’s possible?’ Love that! Are you in for a treat. With flexibility like that you are sure to be thrilled and we can orchestrate an excellent adventure that suits your desires, skill range and time.
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Utah Alpine Classics

The Central Wasatch offers great winter alpine and ice climbing. Many of these climbs can be done in a long day, and offer high quality snow and mixed climbing. There are not many places in the U.S. that you can fly in one day and climb a 3,000 ridge of mixed the next day. The climbing’s easy access make Utah a supreme spot to train for harder objectives or for someone looking to enter alpine climbing arena.
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Cascade Classics

The North Cascades offers some of the best Alpine climbing in the lower 48. With it’s vast glaciated terrain and jagged, rocky ridges and summits we can find objectives that will challenge and excite climbers of any level. One day we can climb a glaciated mountaineering route, and the next an exposed rock ridge.
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