Classic Mountaineering Trips

Classic Mountaineering Trips

Heli Assisted Mountaineering

Heli Assisted Mountaineering in Canada. Let the magic of a helicopter whisk you off to the most amazing untouched Alpine destinations in Canada. Heli Mountaineering, short for (Helicopter Mountaineering) is the most exquisite civilized way to experience the remote untouched wilderness. The coastal mountains of British Columbia are among the most beautiful in the world and among the hardest to access because of the thick coastal rainforest. The jungle like vegetation can all but stop progress. With the aid of a short Helicopter trip you can skip the painful slog to the Alpine.

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Bugaboo Rock Climbing

Home to North America’s most amazing alpine rock: Bugaboo, Snowpatch, Pigeon and the Howser Towers, this place has to be experienced to be believed! From the Beckey-Chouinard (V 5.10) to the West ridge of Pigeon (II 5.4), there is something here for everyone!

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Patagonia Mountain Guides

Are you looking for Patagonia mountain guides? Join us in the enchanted land of Patagonia and experience Austral summer at it’s finest. We offer three, five and seven day programs near the beautiful town of Bariloche, Argentina.

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Helicopter Hiking

Helicopter Hiking Squamish, Whistler and Vancouver. Join us on a custom Helicopter assisted Hiking or Mountaineering trip. Packages range from 1 to 7 day packages.

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Frendo Spur, Aiguille du Midi North Face, Chamonix

The Frendo Spur, (D+ / III 4 1200m) on the Aiguille du Midi North Face, in Chamonix on the Mont Blanc massif is an ultra classic route. The Frendo Spur must be one of the most viewed routes in Chamonix because it is just to the left of the Aiguille du Midi Telepherique. At D+ / III 4 1200m the Frendo Spur is often an avid Mountaineer’s first “BIG” alpine route. It has everything a mountaineer longs for. Super short approach and NO decent. Pleasant yet challenging rock climbing and the finish into the clouds of steep snow and ice to 80 degrees. See our blog: Frendo Spur and Facebook comments Frendo Spur.

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