Roberto José Morales

    Roberto José Morales

    Guide: Ecuador

    Expert mountaineer, specialized in both sport and traditional climbing. Since 2004 he has participated in various expeditions all over the Andes in South America, in the Rocky Mountains, in the Alps, Himalayas, Atlas and Tsaranoro in Madagascar. He is certified as a NOLS instructor in rock climbing and mountaineering courses, certified as a WFR, Leave No Trace Master Educator and IFMGA Mountain Guide. When Roberto is not on the field, you can find him training for his next big expedition.


    Wilderness First Responder / CPR
    Leave No Trace Master Educator

    I have to say the program is expertly crafted and put together to maximize climber success in the mountains. This trip has met and exceeded the high expectations that I hold Alpine Ascents to and I thank you guys for doing what you’re doing.


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