Why climb with International Alpine Guides?

  • Climb with IFMGA/UIAGM certified mountain guides, the highest mountain guiding certification in the world, or AMGA trained mountain guides.
  • Top local mountain logistics & private in-country transportation
  • Small overall group sizes and personal attention
  • Low climber to guide ratios, usually no more than two to three climbers to one guide

Climbing internationally with an experienced, highly-trained & personable American mountain guide can greatly add to the enjoyment and safety of your mountain climbing experience. We use the perfect combination of mountain guides from the United States along with top local mountain logistics companies. We are teachers as well as mountain guides - rather than just taking you up and down the mountains we hope to leave you with some further knowledge of mountaineering & alpine climbing to take with you on your next international mountain climbing adventure.


South America High Altitude Climbing

 
 
 

Ecuador Volcanoes Climb
Ecuador, South America
Climb Cayambe & Chimborazo

 

Aconcagua Expedition Climb
Aconcagua, Argentina 
Climb the highest peak in the Southern Hemisphere

 

Peru High Altitude Climbing Course
Peru, South America
Learn high altitude climbing in the Cordillera Blanca

 

Mexico Mountain Climbing

Mexico Volcanoes Trilogy Climb
Mexico
Climb Orizaba, Iztaccihuatl & La Malinche

Orizaba Express Climb
Mexico
A shorter climb of Orizaba & La Malinche

Picacho del Diabllo Climb
Baja California
Climb Baja's elusive highest peak

 

Europe - Climbing in the Alps

 

The Alps Grand Trilogy Climb
France and Switzerland
Climb the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc & The Eiger

The Dolomites, Italy, Alpine Rock Climbing
South Tirol, Italy
Dolomites rock climbing at it's best

Mont Blanc Climb
Chamonix, France
A mountain climb of Western Europe's highest peak

The Matterhorn Climb
Zermatt, Switzerland
Climb the iconic Matterhorn