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?” – Absolutely!
The Wasatch is our home, and with the amount of quality rock climbing only minutes from our door, and 30 minutes from the airport and downtown SLC, you see why. There are two major Canyons “Big” and “Little” Cottonwood canyons, both full of world-class Rock Climbing.
Moab Utah is known for its desert towers and splitter cracks in its iconic red sandstone. This stunning desert environment has something for everyone, from single pitch sport climbs to multi pitch towers. We can help you learn the ropes, whether you’re looking to begin a new sport or tic a big tower off your bucket list. Spring and fall are the best times to climb, with more moderate temps and fewer people.
This trek has “everything.” The trekkers can get very close to the Tibetan border on this trek, when we cross the Renjo La Pass for the finest view of the whole massif including Cho Oyu, Lho La, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori & Hinku valley with Makalu. This is an ideal trek for those wishing to travel off the beaten path with less tourist yet also have an interest in the local traditions and culture.
Come enjoy one of the most beautiful places in the world climbing in the Wind River Range! This trip is for beginner to intermediate climbers who want to have an adventure of a lifetime in a wonderful high alpine setting. We can have porter’s help carry in and out some of our gear for the approach. We will be camping by high mountain lakes in fields of wildflowers! Bring your fishing pole! We can do Yoga in the meadows!
Denali, The Great One. This mountain also known as Mt. McKinley is the tallest mountain in North America, and boasts the greatest relief of any mountain in the world, nearly 18,000 feet. Situated at 63 degrees North, Denali is also one of the coldest mountains in the world.