Pro Guiding Service offers domestic climbing trips in the North Cascades, Mount Rainier with the Disappointment Cleaver, the Emmons and the Kautz Route, all routes on Mount Baker including the Coleman - Deming Route and the Mount Baker North Ridge. Some of our North Cascades destinations are routes on Mount Shuksan like the Fisher Chimneys Route, the Shuksan North Face and the Sulphide Glacier Route. On Forbidden Peak we guide the Forbidden West Ridge, the Torment Forbidden Traverse, the Forbidden East Ridge direct, Glacier Peak, the Pickett Range Traverse, the North East Buttress of Mount Goode, Mount Triumph, the Ptarmigan Traverse, the North East Buttress of Mount Johannesburg, Bonanza Peak and many more.
The South Face of the Tooth is the most easily accessed, moderate multi-pitch alpine rock route in Western Washington.
Mount Shuksan's Fisher Chimeys is one of the very classic Cascadian alpine routes up the arguably most iconic peak in North Cascades National Park. You will do it all. A scenic hike, climb a complicated series of chimneys, camp in an amazing setting, cross several glaciers and climb the spectacular summit pyramid to the summit of Mount Shuksan.
This is your opportunity to climb three of the most iconic peaks in the North Cascades in one week. Come and climb Mount Baker, Mount Shuksan and Sahale Peak with us. Non of these peaks are very demanding on a technical level, but they offer a level of introduction into alpine climbing that would be hard to match in a different area of the Lower 48 states.
Jul 15, 2019 - Jul 20, 2019
This sub-range of the North Cascades is considered the most rugged terrain in the lower 48. A traverse through the Picket Range is a true adventure.
Jul 23, 2019 - Jul 28, 2019
Aug 5, 2019 - Aug 10, 2019
Jul 8, 2021 - Jul 11, 2021
Mount Rainier is undeniable. At almost 14,400 feet Mount Rainier is the third highest peak in the lower 48 states and arguably the most massive, high alpine peak. We will climb Mount Rainier via the Kautz Route for a more enjoyable experience away from the crowds. This route is slightly more advanced than the standard Emmons Glacier and Disappointment Cleaver Route.
** 2018, 2019, 2020 Trips SOLD OUT, Call for 2021 Details**