Connect with other women and inspirational mountain guide Jeni Calzaretta for a women’s ice climbing adventure! All skill levels are welcome for this climbing course. Book online!
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The AIARE level 1 course is a three day/24 hour introduction to avalanche hazard management. Students can expect to develop a good grounding in how to prepare for and carry out a backcountry trip, and to understand basic decision making while in the field, and more. Book online!
Looking for the perfect mountaineering course? This Three Day Basic Mountaineering Skills course will teach you how to dress for winter, how to pack, choose food, select the proper gear, campsite selection, how to cook outdoors and low impact winter camping skills. Book online!
This one-day course is an introduction to waterfall ice climbing and general mountaineering. It is best suited for novice winter climbers. The first half of the day will be spent learning about the equipment, crampons, ice axes, anchors and belays and the second half will be on application. Book online!
The AIARE Avalanche Rescue Course is a one-day, stand-alone course that is designed for new and experienced recreational backcountry travelers, as well as aspiring avalanche professionals. A minimum of 3 participants is required to run this course. Participants must be prepared for snow travel.
Alpine snow climbing requires the use of a variety of climbing skills to negotiate snow, rock and ice terrain. You should already be familiar with anchors, belaying, knots, and ice climbing equipment. Both days will involve ascents of classic multi-pitch alpine climbs in the White Mountains. Book online!
Leading is very rewarding but can also be dangerous and scary if you are not prepared technically, physically and mentally. Each course is different. Tell us what skills and experiences you need. We will design the course to make it worthwhile for you.
Mixed climbing skills should be part of every mountaineers bag of tricks because it is normal to encounter snow, rock and ice terrain in the big mountains as well as the routes in Huntington Ravine. Prepare yourself to be the best alpinist possible with this advanced level course.
Are your friends or family looking for the perfect winter activity to bond together? Look no further as we take in ice climbing for larger groups! Get the ultimate frozen experience as you climb icy slopes with the proper and efficient techniques.
A two-day course for experienced mountaineers ready to make the jump to committing and lightweight ascents of alpine snow, ice and mixed climbs. A technical climb of Mount Washington combined with a technical descent will be the focus of this strenuous test of skill, efficiency and strength.
Are you planning a trip to Alaska, Mt. Rainier, the Alps or South America this summer? This two-day intensive course will cover the skills of knots, friction hitches, roped travel techniques, self arrest, snow and ice anchors and extrication techniques.
Ski mountaineering requires a number of mountaineering skills such as avalanche awareness, crampon and ice axe use and solid steep ski technique. If you are looking to learn about ski mountaineering or to ski Mt. Washington we offer the full compliment of mountaineering skills training.
We guide in a number of areas in the White Mountains of New Hampshire that have classic backcountry ski terrain. The steep terrain surrounding Mt. Washington is best termed “ski mountaineering” with full avalanche, crampon and ice axe knowledge needed before venturing there.
Traversing the Presidential Range during the winter is one of the most challenging and difficult mountaineering adventures on the East Coast. Our trip will begin on Mt. Madison in the north and move south towards the highest point on the ridge. Book your Presidential traverse online!