Safety is our number one priority. While traveling in the mountains, we may encounter hazards posed by weather, terrain, altitude and other natural factors. While many of these hazards are beyond our control, our professional guide staff strives to minimize exposure to them through proper route planning, camp selection, and acclimatization practices. We make every effort to provide our clients with individual attention and the finest instruction and leadership.
On all of our itineraries – from our international expeditions, treks and adventures to our climbs and courses in the Pacific Northwest – our guides draw on a wealth of experience and training. They are certified to respond to backcountry medical emergencies and trained in avalanche safety, altitude awareness and professional food preparation standards. They are cognizant of cultural considerations in each of our host countries.