Custom Ski / Mountaineering Expeditions

Overview

Wild Alpine specializes in planning and executing Custom Ski Mountaineering and Mountaineering Expeditions. In addition to our expert local knowledge, strong partnerships with Alaska’s best mountain pilots enable us to access unique zones throughout the state.

Availability
On Request 
Duration
Begins In
Anchorage 
Ends In
Anchorage 
Accommodations
Contact Us 
Transportation
Shuttle and Bush Plane 
Difficulty
Novice, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert 
Priced From
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wild alpine specializes in custom ski mountaineering, alpine and mountaineering climbs climb University Peak with wild alpine

University Peak, Wrangell Mountains.

Wild Alpine is positioned with back-door access to the largest mountain wilderness on Earth where the Wrangell Mountains, Chugach and Saint Elias Mountains converge. This zone, known as The Kingdom, is home to the highest concentration of North American giants – including nine of the continent’s sixteen peaks over 14,500 ft. We also offer guided climbs in Denali National Park, the Chugach National Forest, the Alaska Range and beyond.

Popular trips include, but are not limited to: Mount Bona, Mount Sanford, Mount Jarvis, Mount St Elias, University Peak, Mount Drum, Mount Wrangell, Mount Blackburn, Mount Marcus Baker, and Denali.

Browse our maps, suggested climbs and other destinations. If something here inspires you, awesome. If you have something else in mind, let us know. We’re ready to put together your next Custom Ski Mountaineering or Mountaineering Expedition.

Itinerary

As with all Wild Alpine adventures, the itinerary for your next climb is entirely unique and customized to your goals. Climbing and skiing expeditions can be scheduled with any length of time in mind and we can help organize them to begin/end in most Alaskan towns.

Contact us to begin planning your next summit bid.

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FAQs

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Alpine Climbing Gear List

Guests are responsible for bringing appropriate outdoor clothing and mountaineering gear. This packing list will help to ensure you have everything you need for your adventure. Plan your travel wardrobe around informal and comfortable clothing.

The weather in Alaska is quite variable and changes quickly. High quality waterproof gear is worth the investment, especially for the summer months. Always choose wool or synthetics over cotton; cotton does not easily dry and once wet has no insulation. The key to success: bring lots of layers and always be prepared! You’ll find that when your gear and attitude are good, the weather is always good too!

Click on each item for more details.

Technical Equipment Checklist
Alpine Bod or Couloir Harness
3 Large Locking Pear-shaped Carabiners
4 Wire Gate Carabiners
7m (21’) 6–7 mm Cordallete
– 2 Long Sewn Runners
Crampons
Raven Pro or Venom Ice Axe
Mountaineering Boots

Clothing Checklist
Light-weight Wicking T-shirt
Mid-weight Long Sleeve Shirt

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Lightweight Long Underwear Top and Bottom
Wind Shirt
Puffy Jacket
Soft Shell Pant
Hard Shell Pants and Jacket
Gloves
Liner Gloves
Mittens
Socks
Warm Ski Hat
Balaclava (optional)
Baseball Cap or Sunhat

Accessories
Sun Glasses or Glacier Glasses
Polarized Goggles
Sunscreen
Lip and Nose Balm
Headlamp
Camera

Water bottle or Water Bladder
Small Personal First Aid Kit
A SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger (optional, your guides will have one as well)

Camping Gear
Sleeping Bag
Sleeping Pad and Ridge Rest
Bowl
Spoon