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If seasonal fluctuations impact the requirement for an item on your list, it will be specified.
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Item images may or may not reflect the model of item available for rent.
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.
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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.
The expedition was phenomenal. We were immediately met at the airport when we landed. The hotel was great. All of the tea houses were very accommodating. Although the trek/climb was somewhat physically challenging I found it extremely rewarding. Vern and Carole were the highlight of the expedition. Extremely knowledgeable and personable. Vern is a climbing […]
We periodically like to spotlight a product we really, really like- in this case, the MSR Access series of tents, reviewed & vetted in the field by our staff. The Quick Review – MSR Access 3 Tent The good: extremely light (sub-4 lbs.), extremely packable (disappears into a pack like a single-wall tent), extremely livable […]
The following is the first in a series of “how-to” videos on the major knots and hitches we use in the mountains. Stay tuned for more videos on knots like the figure-8, double-fisherman, ring bend- and hitches like the muenter & prussik! Most often used when clipping into the middle of a section of rope, […]
When packing for a climbing trip or expedition, choosing a cooking system can be one of the most complicated aspects of planning. As we explored in Backcountry stoves 101, there are many options for kinds of stove to bring – but how do you decide which style is best for a given trip? Ultimately, the […]