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If seasonal fluctuations impact the requirement for an item on your list, it will be specified.
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Rental Reservation Instructions
Items with a price & check box may be rented.
Check the box of any item you desire to rent.
Complete the personal detail section at the bottom of the page, and click submit.
Please note that rentals are not available for non-Alpine Ascents clients.
If you wish to learn more about any piece of gear, the online Gear Lexicon is available 24/7.
A printable/downloadable PDF version of the Gear Lexicon may also be accessed here.
For in-depth articles, pro-tips, and advice on select subjects, check out our blog.
Our experienced staff are happy to speak with you via phone, or via email.
The Alpine Ascents Gear Store offers a wide range of products to suit your needs. All registered climbers are welcome to utilize the discount code contained in your confirmation materials.
When my friends and I started planning this trip, they initially discussed other providers. I said I would not go with anyone but Alpine Ascents. During the climb, one of my friends said she was glad I had said this. Now, after two trips Alpine Ascents, I am certain no other outfitter could match the quality of the experience.
A common question we have from our course participants before they arrive for their trips is how to rig up an expedition sled to their pack. This technique is super useful for any of our Alaska programs – and is especially crucial on Denali. Matt Miller discusses this process below.
Periodically, we will talk about a piece of gear that we wouldn’t go without! These are pieces of gear we feel are invaluable after years of experience living, learning, and working in the alpine environment. Glaciers in the summertime can be a brutal place. For every 1000 feet of altitude gained, UV radiation increases by […]
Climbers prepare for an 8-day winter mountaineering trip on Mount Rainier Pack Like a Pro, Not Like an Advertisement Place a large cup on a table. Fill it with stones. Then, fill the empty spaces with pea gravel. Next, pour sand into it. Only after that last step can the cup be considered full- this […]