Matthew Rosenberg

    Matthew Rosenberg

    Guide: Washington, Alaska, International

    Matthew grew up in Chicago and spent every summer in the mountains of Colorado and Washington. After graduating from Indiana State University with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training, Matthew moved west to pursue his career as a mountain guide. Matthew spends his winter as a member of the Crystal Mountain Ski Patrol in Washington.

    Guide For:


    Significant Ascents

    Pico de Orizaba, solo climb
    Putha Hiunchuli, Nepal
    Mt Rainier – DC, Kautz, Emmons
    Mt Baker – Easton, Coleman-Deming
    Mt Shuksan – Fisher Chimneys
    Mt Adams – South Spur, Stormy Monday Couloir
    Mt Hood – Hogsback, Leuthold Couloir
    Mt Olympus
    Mt Jefferson
    Mt Shasta
    Alpine Routes in the North Cascades and California
    33 Colorado 14’ers


    Certified Athletic Trainer
    Avalanche Level 1
    Leave No Trace Trainer
    PSIA Alpine Level 1
    AMGA Alpine Skills Course

    I also wanted to say that Kirah and Brien are wonderful, professional guides. They gave me great encouragement to keep me going, I had to descend on an Brand X rope, and the difference in guide quality was unbelievable; Alpine Ascents clearly has the best guides in the business.

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