SUMMIT AND TRIP REPORTS

Planning an expedition or going for a day climb? Read personal accounts of summit and trip reports to get an idea of what to expect. Learn about the terrain and what to expect on the climb. Check out tips and tricks to make your planning easier. Lastly, get the inside scoop on what to do during your expedition layovers. You will learn about location hot spots to check out while you travel!

Travel Tips

Learn about the important “must-do’s” for any international trip.


Reports are organized by country in alphabetical order, then state.

NEPAL:

Kathmandu

What to expect traveling to Kathmandu, Nepal for the first time.

Everest Base Camp (17,600′)/ Kala Patthar (18,519′)

Full trip report from Coach Jacque’s trip to Everest Base Camp.


SINGAPORE:

Singapore

Layover at Changi International? Here is everything you can do in and around the world’s BEST airport!


TANZANIA:

Kilimanjaro (19,341′) -Lemosho Route

Full trip report climbing to the Roof of Africa!


UNITED ARAB EMIRATES:

Abu Dhabi

Layover in Dubai? Here are the must-see spots in the United Arab Emirates.


UNITED STATES:

CALIFORNIA:

Mount Whitney (14,508′)

California’s highest point and the highest point in the contiguous United States!

COLORADO:

Mount Elbert (14,439′)

Colorado’s Highest Point!

14er Quad: Democrat, Lincoln, Cameron, Bross

This climb is known to locals and 14er enthusiasts as the DeCaLiBron.

Longs Peak (14,259′)

Trip account from Coach Jacque’s 3rd time on the summit!

Mount Evans (14,265′)

A quick climb just a quick drive from Denver.

Quandary Peak (14,265′) *

First snowflake 14er!

Pikes Peak (14,115′)

America’s Mountain

Mount Bierstadt (14,065′)

Colorado’s most populated 14er.

Mount Lady Washington (13,281′)

Coach Jacque’s favorite 13er. This mountain has one of the best views!

NORTH CAROLINA:

Mount Mitchell (6,684′)

A very short climb to North Carolina’s Highest Point

UTAH:

King’s Peak (13,528′)

Full trip report of climbing Utah’s Highest Point

Mount Nebo (11,929′)

The highest peak in the Wasatch Range!

Mount Timpanogos (11,752′)

The most popular peak in the Wasatch, via the Aspen Grove TH

Sugarloaf Peak (11,051′)

Camping solo, facing fears, and connecting with nature all alone.

Cardiff Peak (10,277′)

A popular spring snow climb in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains

WASHINGTON:

Mount Rainier (Glacier School)

Learning mountaineering skills with Expedition Leader Dan Mazur!


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