Robin Pendery

Robin Pendery

Guide: Washington, Alaska

Robin grew up skiing and backpacking in the deserts and mountains of Utah with her family. After moving to Seattle, she fell in love with the local rocks and glaciers, and proceeded to dedicate her time to climbing. From day trips rock climbing, to longer mountaineering expeditions, Robin loves it all and spends most of her free time planning her next climb. During the winters, she works on the Crystal Mountain Ski Patrol.

Guide For:

Denali

Significant Ascents

Mount Rainier—Disappointment Cleaver, Emmons
Mount Hood—South Side, Reid Headwall
Mount Baker—Squak Glacier, Coleman Demming Glacier, North Ridge
Mount St. Helens—Worm Flows / Swift Glacier
Forbidden Peak—West Ridge
Eldorado- East Ridge
Sahale—Sahale Glacier
Torment-Forbidden Traverse

Certifications

WFR/CPR
AIARE Pro Level II
LNT Trainer
NOLS Risk Management Training
AMGA Rock Guide Course

Everything I hoped for. Both of these guys are top notch guides. These guys consistently used every opportunity to teach us how to be better climbers. I was impressed how they would tutor us, but not treat us like children.

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