Bryce Hill

    Bryce Hill

    Senior 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.

    5-year

    Guide For:

    Aconcagua
    Denali

    Significant Ascents

    Denali, West Buttress
    Aconcagua
    Mt. Rainer, Emmons, DC
    Mt. Baker
    Mt. Shuksan
    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 Buttress

    Certifications

    WFR/CPR
    AIARE Pro Level 1
    IFMGA Guide
    Leave No Trace Trainer

    ifmga

    Could not have been better! Our guides instilled enormous confidence in us, made us feel completely relaxed, while at the same time keeping us humble and mindful of the seriousness of our endeavor.

    Denali BLOG

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