Mount Baker 3 Day Climb Testimonials

I am constantly impressed with Alpine Ascents. Everything was top notch and higher quality then I even hoped or expected. Every single detail was accounted for, right down to the food being the most delicious camp food I’ve ever had. I felt very safe and secure with expert guides that made sure safety was the number one priority and that having fun was right there too.

2019 Climber

This was another great expedition with Alpine Ascents! Every step of the trip was very enjoyable and I had a great time with all of the guides. The guides were very nice and took the time to get to know each member of the group. The food was amazing once again and it is one of the things that I now look forward to besides potentially getting to the summit.

2019 Climber

I thoroughly enjoyed my expedition up Mt. Baker with Alpine Ascents. Being my first climbing experience, I was very much impressed with the organization, experience and overall impression Alpine Ascents left with me on the climb. Noting multiple companies exist to climb Mt. Baker with, I am very happy I chose Alpine Ascents for this climb and definitely plan to return.

2019 Climber

It was an incredible experience overall — I felt very comfortable on the mountain because of the guides’ clear expertise and experience climbing, the pacing and break schedule was accommodating to most skill levels, and the cooked breakfasts and dinners + quality of camp setup made the trip even more enjoyable!

2019 Climber

My expedition was fantastic! Our climb to the summit of Mt. Baker was exceptionally enjoyable and Alpine Ascents gear and guide team made that possible!

2019 Climber

The guides were able to teach in a simple and effective manner that stuck with me. I learned more in those few days from the guides than from any other experience I’ve had. They were incredible people and it would be a joy to climb with them again.

2019 Climber

Fantastic wilderness experience! Mt. Baker feels like it’s a million miles from anywhere.

2018 Climber

This was one of the coolest and most rewarding things I have every done. The guides were great, the climb itself was challenging, but enjoyable. As a first time climber, I felt safe and had fun the whole entire trip.

2018 Climber

The experience was fantastic. I learned so much about climbing on a glaciated mountain and what’s its like to be part of an expedition. I also learned a lot about myself. The sense of accomplishment is huge and will stick with me for a long time.

2018 Climber

Mt. Baker was a true wilderness experience. Remote and primitive. I will always remember having dinner the last night with a mountain goat grazing on my left and a rock slide on my right.

2018 Climber

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