Machu Picchu Guides

Machu Picchu Guides

Alpine Ascents looks to employ the finest guides in the industry, whether highly skilled instructors, experts in particular mountains or environs and as well as leaders and decision makers in the complex world of mountaineering. Guides for this trip are selected based on these factors as Alpine Ascents looks to provide the environment for our guides to excel and for your climb to be well prepared for success, environmentally sensitive with a keen eye on managing risks.

Guide Staff

Javier Bello

Trekking Guide: Peru

Ben Jones

Guide: International, Washington, Alaska

Anna Zajicek

Guide: Washington, Alaska, International

Javier was brilliant and superb! And Anna was wonderful! Best guide combo we’ve encountered. . . Big kudos to you and AAI!

ALPINE ASCENTS BLOG

  • Gear Selection: How & Where to Focus for a Lighter Load

    “How do I lighten my pack weight but still bring enough gear?” This is a very common, very important question. Here, I break down some key tips for dropping your pack weight. Get Rid of Some Niceties Perhaps the truest axiom when talking pack weights is that if you bring less, your pack will weigh […]

  • Mount Rainier: Not Your Average Fourteener

    In good company with approximately 20 other 14,000-foot-plus peaks in the lower-48 states, Mount Rainier is often misunderstood and underestimated. Whether you’ve climbed extensively or are new to climbing, you know that properly sizing up a climbing objective is the first key step to seeing a good time in the mountains. In this brief article, […]

  • Ice Axes: Selecting a Size & Style

    An ice axe is a critical piece of mountain equipment. Not only does it need to be suited for the terrain you will be encountering on a given peak, but it also needs to be sized correctly. As with most gear, the array of choices can be overwhelming, so we are going to break down […]

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Alpine Ascents International is an authorized mountain guide service of Denali National Park and Preserve and Mount Rainier National Park.
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