Wedge mountain, if you have ever visited Whistler BC you have certainly noticed the formidable Wedge Mountain. This peak is the largest (2904m) of the Garibaldi park which ranges from Squamish to north of Whistler and one of the best mountaineering climbs near Whistler. The most common Wedge mountain climb is via the NE ridge route;Read More
More Tantalus action!! I was a day behind our last Tantalus guided trip with 2 guest, Sean from here in Squamish and Heather from Calgary. We flew in for a few days of instruction and peak ascents. Along with Barbequed steaks at 2000m, great socializing in the comfy Haberl hut we also managed to stand on the top of Mount Serratus, Dione and Finally Mount Tantalus. Thanks for the great trip guys!!!Read More
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!Read More
Joffre Lakes are north of Whistler, in the heart of the southern coastal mountains, lie the Duffy lake area and some of the finest mountaineering peaks in BC. We will spend three days climbing the majestic glaciated peaks of the Joffre Group: Matier, Slaylock, Hartzel and Joffre.Read More
Mont Blanc 4810M, the highest mountain in western Europe and one of the most famous peak in the whole word! Come spend a week in the homeland of
alpinism where we will climb some of the best warm up peaks Europe has to hold as we get set for you summit attempt on Mont Blanc.
Need a Guide for the Matterhorn? Have you ever wanted to climb the Matterhorn? One of the most recognized mountains in the world. Altus Mountain Guides only employs full certified IFMGA Mountain Guides for this trip. The Matterhorn is a mountain that all avid mountaineers should have on their tick list. It is a place that really has tone seen and experience to truly appreciated. Having a guide on the Matterhorn knowing the way up the mountain is essential to making the summit and back off safely.Read More