Aspen Expeditions Worldwide

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Why choose Aspen Expeditions for your climbing, skiing or mountain trekking adventure?

Aspen Expeditions offers both Aspen-based and worldwide adventures with an elevated philosophy: whether your goal is to Ascend high mountains; Explore cultures worldwide; or Discover new adventures; Aspen Expeditions is your point of departure, offering experiences of a life-time!

Based in Aspen, Colorado in the heart of the magnificent Rocky Mountains, Aspen Expeditions has been guiding and teaching rock, ice, ski & alpine mountaineering skills since 1976 under a USFS* permit. In addition, Aspen Expeditions leads adventures to international destinations such as the Himalaya (Nepal, Bhutan) Tanzania, Bolivia, Peru and the European Alps!

Aspen Expeditions distinguishes itself by its full commitment to formal guide training and certification through the American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA)*. We’d like to emphasize that this commitment and our years of experience, together with the best equipment available in the industry, offer our students and clients the safest, finest and most enjoyable service possible!

Aspen Expeditions takes pride in the service it delivers. Our high reputation from past clients and our commitment to guides’ AMGA certified or trained status are Aspen Expeditions’ credentials. So come join us for a memorable experience.

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Mention this page for a $25 credit toward any activity or purchase from Aspen Expeditions Worldwide


Place Categories: Mountaineering Guides, Rock Climbing Guides, and Skiing Guides.Place Tags: 14ers, AMGA mountain guides, Aspen, avalanche courses, backcountry skiing, Capital Peak, huts, ice climbing, IFMGA mountain guides, Maroon Bells, mountain guides, mountain instruction, and Pyramid Peak.

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  1. Mark W., Feb 14, 2014 - Aspen Expeditions Worldwide

    Up for an adventure? These are the guys to go to in Aspen. We did a half day of ice climbing; a strenuous but exhilarating experience.

    The ice waterfall you climb is about a 20 minute hike into a park. You do need to carry some gear and the fresh snow made the élan a little tough, but the terrain was flat.

    Our guide then secured the belay line and showed us how to ice climb. My wife and I have no experience and low to moderate athletic abilities (we are not rock climbers). Swinging that ice tool into the ice and starting your climb is a rush, but pace yourself. It is a difficult climb to the top.

    Highly recommend the experience. Average athletic ability recommended.

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