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Bryce Hill

Bryce Hill

Guide: Washington, Alaska, International

Bryce was born and raised in Cle Elum, Washington in the heart of the Central Cascades.   It was there he discovered his passion for the outdoors.  His personal adventures as a climber and skier have taken him to places all over the Western United States,  Alaska, British Columbia, and South America.  Every fall Bryce can be found back in Cle Elum, where he coaches the local High School XC team.  When not working or climbing, Bryce enjoys traveling, trail running, or trying to work on his golf game.

Guide For:

Aconcagua
Denali

Significant Ascents

Denali, West Buttress
Aconcagua
Mt. Rainer, Emmons, DC
Mount Shasta, Casaval Ridge
Dragontail, Serpentine Arête, Backbone Ridge, Triple Couloirs, Gerber-Sink
Mount. Stuart, Complete North Ridge, West Ridge
Cotopaxi
Chimborazo
Mt. Whitney, East Buttres

Certifications

WFR/CPR
AIARE Level 2
AMGA Alpine Guide Course
AMGA Ice Instructor Course
AMGA Rock Guide Course
AMGA Ski Guide Course
Leave No Trace Trainer

This was an extremely well-run, well-organized expedition. Time and again we saw our guides make judgment calls which were clearly vindicated compared to other group’s decisions.

ALPINE ASCENTS BLOG

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    By Mike Hawkins 10 days x 3,000 calories per day = 150 Clif Bars or 60 PB&J sandwiches Planning and packing food for long trips in the backcountry can be challenging and time consuming – but the last thing you want is to eat energy bars for 6 days straight. Climbers need to consider several […]

  • Single Wall Tents – Condensation Factories

    Most tent manufacturers these days offer a superlight, two pound (or less!) tent. These tents are simple to setup, occupy a very small footprint, and again – weigh in at about or under two pounds. When choosing a tent, it’s easy to focus on those factors and arrive at the conclusion that a single-walled shelter […]

  • Alpine Start Breakfast

    When summit morning arrives, it’s important to move efficiently through packing, preparation, and last but not least – breakfast! Mike Hawkins talks through a few of the foods we like to eat for quick fuel on alpine start mornings. Whether it’s midnight or 3:00am, these options are our go-to fast breakfasts.  

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