Alaska & Yukon Mountaineering Expeditions

Alaska Mountain Guides & Climbing School Inc. is situated next to the largest non-polar ice cap in the world. Our expedition center in Haines is the ideal location for launching big mountain trips throughout Alaska. Our Alaska expeditions tackle some of the biggest and most remote peaks. Whether climbing remote and lesser-known peaks such as Mt. Fairweather, Mt. Bear, and Mt. Bona or summitting the bigger peaks of Denali, Mt. Logan and St. Elias, AMG’s expertise throughout the region makes these expeditions fun, exciting, and successful.

Denali (20,320′)
(22 days)
Join Alaska Mountain Guides & Climbing School Inc for an expedition to the highest mountain in North America. Denali is frequently considered to be America’s most classic climb, and with the greatest vertical relief on the planet (18,000 ft) it is definitely world-class…(more)

Mt. Drum (12,400′)
(10 days)
Climb A Volcano in the Wrangell St. Elias Range! Mt Drum is located on the North East end of the Wrangell St. Elias Range. And offers the climber a chance to climb a technical peak in one of the Wildest Ranges in the World…(more)

Mt. Bona (16,421′)
(12 days)
Mt. Bona is located in the heart of the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. It is a spectacular climb situated in a remote and wild setting. Mt Bona is an outstanding spot to gain expedition and altitude experience, and is also a significant climbing objective in its own right! (more)

Mt. Blackburn (16,390′)
(12 days)
Mt. Blackburn is technically similar to Mt. Drum, but with an additional 4,000ft. to the summit. Rappelling, ascending, and belaying experience is required…(more)

Mt. Fairweather (15,300′)
(12 days)
AMG is the only company to successfully guide a trip to the summit of Mt. Fairweather! Fairweather is located in the heart of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. It offers an outstanding initial big mountain climbing experience…(more)

Mt. Logan (19,850′)
(24 days)
Mt. Logan is the second highest mountain in North America. It is situated in a dramatic setting in the heart of the St. Elias Range in the Yukon Territory of Canada. This mountain is similar to Denali in technical difficulty and altitude, but is located in a wild, rarely visited area…(more)

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