Ross Lindell

    Ross Lindell

    Guide: Alaska

    Growing up in the central part of Washington State afforded Ross endless opportunities to experience the outdoors from a very young age. After a seven year career with the Forest Service in which he worked as a Smokejumper for two of those years, Ross decided to pursue mountain guiding full time. He is currently half way through his formal training in becoming a certified mountain guide. Ross enjoys all means of playing in the mountains and finds satisfaction in sharing the mountain environs with others. He values his experiences in far away places, as well as his time at home in Winthrop, Wa where he lives with his partner and their Labrador Retriever.

    Significant Ascents

    Mt. Rainier, 10+ Guided Ascents 3 different routes
    Mt. Baker, 10+ Guided Ascents 4 different routes
    Mt. Shuksan, 2 different routes
    Mt. Ballard, NE Face Ski Descent
    Dakobed Ski Traverse
    Middle Teton Ski Descent
    Liberty Bell Traverse
    Serpentine Crack, Liberty Bell 5.11b/c
    Direct East Buttress, South Early Winters Spires 5.11a
    Rampage, Paisano Pinnacle 5.10d
    California Ice, Beartooth Mountains Montana WI4
    Kyrgyzstan- Ski touring/Ski Descents
    Nepal- Manaslu Trek
    Heli Ski Guide- Washington
    Various Guided Climbs- North Cascades
    Climbing and Skiing- Western US

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