Bryce Wall

    Bryce Wall

    Guide: Washington

    Hailing from The Great State of Massachusetts, Bryce learned to love the outdoors from a young age, but was introduced to real mountains on his first trip to Wyoming where he quickly felt at home in the West. After that first experience, Bryce went as far West as he could, spending the past four years guiding in Alaska where he fell in love with the alpine. He has spent the past few winters chasing ice and snow from the Wasatch to the Adirondacks before finally settling in the Pacific Northwest after a long flirtation with the area. Bryce is happy with the improvement of both the quality of his coffee and skiing after his first winter in Seattle, and is excited to spend his first summer guiding and playing in the Cascades.

    Take 5 with the Guide

    Favorite movie
    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Guilty Pleasure?
    Drinking WAY too much Coffee

    If you could be stuck with anyone (past or present) at base camp for a week
    My twin brother

    In another life, I’d…
    Definitely be an astronaut

    One piece of advice for aspiring mountaineers?
    Know when to take your time and when to take some chances

    Significant Ascents

    Mt Bona 16,420
    Mt Bear 14,829
    The Black Dike NH

    Certifications

    AIARE 1
    WFR
    LNT Trainer

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