Private Climbs

Our Expertise at Your Convenience

While we celebrate our famed expeditions worldwide, certain situations are perfect for a private guided trip. Please note that permitting on Denali is difficult but we do offer a few private climbs each season, for those who want to travel in very small teams.

If you would like information on the above please contact Gordon Janow to help take a look at private ascents of Denali.

Quality was to the highest standards starting with guides (amazing), food (amazing), and group gear. – 2019 Climber

Everything I hoped for. Both of these guys are top notch guides. These guys consistently used every opportunity to teach us how to be better climbers. I was impressed how they would tutor us, but not treat us like children. They expected us to be experienced climbers and demanded that we rise to the occasion. […]

Photo: Brad Washburn
Gear Check in the Alpine Ascents Hangar
Loading the plane at the Talkeetna airport
View from the plane on the way to Base Camp
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
View of fixed lines from 17K
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Victor McNeil
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Above Washburn's Thumb
Midnight on the summit ridge.
The Fireweed Inn

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