Getting Climbers to the Top Since 1983

We believe that climbing and skiing in the mountain inspires us, exposes us to beautiful natural wonders, and creates bonds between people that transcends daily life.

Types of Guided Trips

Snow

Steep snow and alpine-ice routes that require a rope, and sometimes a second ice-axe.

Mixed

Mixed routes have a bit of everything; climbing water-ice, rock, snow and complex glaciers.

Rock

Alpine rock climbs of all difficulties. Routes often follow ridgelines and have long approaches.

Glacier

Glacier climbs that require crevasse navigation, rope-teams and rescue skills.

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Ski

Skiing is the main objective of the day, or a significant part of the descent.

Mt Hood

11,239'

Standing 11,239 feet above the mighty Columbia River, Oregon’s highest peak is a great location to learn and practice basic alpine climbing techniques. It's also a great place to return as your skills develop. Many local climbers take advantage of the easy access to attempt advanced routes with relatively light day-packs.

Education

Fundamental Skills for Mountain Travel

Building the skills to travel in the mountains takes time. Climbing with a skilled mentor speeds up that process. Our guides can help you develop your confidence and refine your knowledge.

Mountaineering

Peaks of the Pacific Northwest

Volcanoes and granite-towers dominate the skyline. Glaciers and rivers carve the valleys. Huge trees shade the approaches. Come see what climbing in the Cascades is all about.