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Northwest Alpine Guides - Mountaineering Day Tour

700 NW Gilman Blvd # 200, Issaquah, WA 98027-5395
+1 425-749-7421
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Mountaineering experience of a lifetime!

I joined Northwest Alpine Guides for an Intro to Mountaineering course this summer and don’t think... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2015
Rachel D
San Francisco, California
Mount Baker climb

A wonderful adventure. I summited Mount Baker with NW Alpine Guides last summer. The guide service... read more

Reviewed 13 March 2015
William D
Cortland, New York
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NW Alpine Guides specializes in guided mountain climbs and mountaineering instruction in the Pacific Northwest. Spectacular guided mountain climbs can be found on the volcanoes of the Pacific Northwest, including Mt. Rainier, one of the most popular climbs. In addition to Mount Rainier, Mount Baker the second largest glaciated peak in the lower 48 states offers an excellent experience for those seeking to further their skills in the mountains. Mt. Shuksan, Shale Peak, Eldorado Peak as well as Forbidden Peak all located in North Cascades NP otherwise know as the "American Alps" offer a mix of glaciated terrain and alpine rock within a spectacular scenic landscape. Across the Puget Sound, Mount Olympus located within Olympic NP provides a true wilderness experience through the Hoh Rain Forest to the Blue Glacier and it's rocky summit. We also offer mountaineering instruction during our one-day, four-day, six-day and nine-day alpine mountaineering schools. As well as Alpine rock climbing and single-pitch rock instruction near Snoqualmie Pass just 30 minutes East of Seattle. In the winter we offer Backcountry skiing and Avalanche awareness and safety courses. Discover your passion and climb with Northwest Alpine Guides located in Issaquah, WA, located at the foothills of the Pacific Cascade Range. NW Alpine guides mountain guide's are highly skilled professionals and are committed to giving our clients the individual care they expect.
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30 Sep 2015
“Mountaineering experience of a lifetime!”
13 Mar 2015
“Mount Baker climb”
700 NW Gilman Blvd # 200, Issaquah, WA 98027-5395
+1 425-749-7421
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Reviewed 30 September 2015

I joined Northwest Alpine Guides for an Intro to Mountaineering course this summer and don’t think I could’ve discovered, experienced, and learned any more than I did during such a valuable four day trip. I was really impressed with the pre-planned itinerary that packed in...More

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Reviewed 13 March 2015

A wonderful adventure. I summited Mount Baker with NW Alpine Guides last summer. The guide service is well organized and provided lots of helpful information about gear and logistics prior to the climb. Our two guides Sam and Craig had many years of experience and...More

Thank William D
Reviewed 11 March 2015

Great trip! Guides where fun, friendly and knowledgeable. Curriculum was well covered and pacing throughout the trip was great. We took breaks long enough to catch my breath but kept our group moving. I also felt the information was delivered in a way that I...More

Thank Rob p
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