Join Brian, an AMGA-certified mountain guide, for this challenging but rewarding and scenic 1+ day multi-pitch rock climbing experience in the Wind River Range. Located just outside of Jackson Hole, there are plenty of great trad climbs waiting here, all of which offer stunning views.
Enjoy the stunning scenery of the Wind River Range.
Make either intermediate or advanced ascents, depending on your ability.
Climb on high-quality granite rock the whole way up.
Renowned for its world-class alpine climbing, the Wind River Range is the perfect place for a 1+ day rock climbing expedition!
Situated about 100 miles southeast of Jackson Hole, the Winds (as they are colloquially known) are a classic multi-pitch trad climbing locale.
Famed routes, including the East Ridge of Wolf’s Head, are perfect challenges for intermediate level climbers. As long as you are comfortable climbing at a 5.6 level, you’ll be fine on this route. The excellent quality of the rock and amazing views are sure to blow your mind.
For advanced climbers, there are plenty of great challenges as well. Among the most popular are the south face of Wolf’s Head and Lost Temple Spire. You should be comfortable on 5.10 and 5.12 level climbs, respectively, in order to make the most out of these climbs.
If summiting the tallest mountain in the state, Gannett Peak (13,804 feet), interests you more, we can make a separate arrangement to do that. The six day trip includes carrying our gear by horseback before climbing our way to the top of the state. It should not be missed!
So what are you waiting for? Book now for this exciting, challenging and scenic 1+ day rock climbing expedition to the wild Wind River Range, near Jackson Hole!
If you like the look of this trip then I think you will also enjoy my ski mountaineering trip to Grand Teton National Park!
To be determined upon completion of booking.
IFMGA/AMGA Certified American Mountain Guide
Brian is based out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming and has been guiding rock, alpine, ski, and ice climbing trips since 2005. He is a lead guide at Exum Mountain Guides, the oldest guide service in North America. Brian is a Certified IFMGA/AMGA American Mountain Guide, a ski guide at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and an instructor for the American Avalanche Institute. He holds certifications in Avalanche Level III, Outdoor Emergency Care, and CPR. Brian has lived in Jackson Hole since 1998, been a ski patroller at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, lead rock and mountaineering courses for the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), and instructs for the School for International Expedition Training (SIET).
He has climbed and skied extensively in the Western U.S., Alaska, and the Canadian Rockies, with expeditions to Denali, Mount Hunter, and the Cordillera Blanca in Peru. Beyond the Tetons, Brian has guided rock climbing in the Wind River Wilderness, City of Rocks, Red Rock National Conservation Area, Eldorado Canyon, Boulder Canyon, RMNP, Castle Valley, Moab, and Indian Creek. He has also guided ice climbing in the Southfork of the Shoshone, just outside of Cody, Wyoming. Brian has skied off the summit of the Grand Teton three times, one of which was a guided ski descent. He has also climbed the Regular Northwest Face of Half Dome in a day and recently completed a one-day traverse of the Cirque of the Towers in the Wind River Wilderness. Brian's greatest accomplishment, however, is being a dad, and he enjoys spending time with his 4-year old daughter Stella climbing, bike riding, fly fishing, and skiing!
Whether you are looking for an alpine, rock, or ski adventure, Brian has the training and experience to guide you toward your goals.
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Group of 1
|USD 516 each|
Group of 2
|USD 258 each|
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