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Online Program Application

To apply for a trip with our online application:

  • Please note your trip and departure date before filling out this form.
  • Complete the form below and submit. This is our online form and will not output to a printer.
  • Reservations are processed the next business day.
  • Availability for a particular program is not guaranteed on the date you submit this form.
  • For a guaranteed reservation, call our office 206.378.1927 M-F 8:30-4:30PST.
  • Please note that intermediate climbs require prior mountaineering experience.

We are happy to take reservations via phone and offer this form as a convenience. Upon receipt of deposit, we will send a written notice of acceptance and confirmation package for your particular expedition/course.

You must be at least 18 years of age to use this online application. For those participants under age 18, contact our office.

Note: A number of our trips have specific cancellation/refund policies, including but not limited to: Denali, Everest, Vinson, Cho-Oyu, Greenland, Carstensz Pyramid, The Matterhorn, Mont Blanc.

If you have any difficulty using this form please email Climb@AlpineAscents.com with your name and the program you are requesting.

We look forward to climbing with you!

Already registered? If you just need to submit a completed application without payment information, you can use our prepaid application form here.

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