All 40 mountain guides of the biggest peak project in history
I am a mountain guide since 1987 and climber since 1978. I worked all over the Alps specially in the Dolomites and Mt. Blanc. I did some climbing trips in Himalaya, USA and Peru.
I've made my life's dreams into a career. My great passion is the people who like me, the mountains and nature. I want to pass all the beautiful experiences on to my guests, and show them the great beauty of our mountains. To take you on peaks is my great pleasure and challenge. My motto: The art to experience adventures.
I own and operate a year-round guide service, Mooney Mountain Guides, LLC and continue to climb and guide full time. In addition to my guide service, I work as an instructor, rock coordinator, and technical committee member with the AMGA. I love every moment I spend on the rock and ice. I am always looking forward to the next opportunity to share my energy and passion for the great outdoors with others.
I grew up in the Seealps on a french hill farm, where my parents operated a mountain hut for mountaineers and skiers. I've been skitouring and mountaineering since my childhood. Afterwards I was in the french national team for ski mountaineering. In 2009 I achieved the mountain guide licence as the youngest guide in France.
Mountain guide licence since 1996, skiing instructor since 1996, paramedic since 2009.
Mountaineering with all its facets dominates my life since I can remember. I'll never forget the intense experiences I've experienced while climbing! Since I am mountain guide, I may share these experiences with my guests and enjoy the common achievements with them! What could be nicer?
I am the Director and Head Guide at San Juan Mountain Guides in Ouray, Colorado. I specialize in guiding individuals and small private groups on technical ice, rock, and alpine routes around the world. My main areas of experience are the American and Canadian Rockies, Alaska Range, Chamonix, Zermatt, Grindelwald, the Dolomites, and the American Southwest. While alpine and ice are my specialties, I also spend many days guiding difficult rock routes as well in challenging areas.
I am 30 years old, from North Wales. I have been living in Innsbruck, Austria for the last 5 years making the most of the mountains. I like being off the beaten track, exposure and pushing myself to the limit in all the extreme sports I do... Previously worked at the National mountain cetnre, Plas y brenin. I'm passionate about taking people on adventures in the mountains.
Born and raised in Tirol, I've already discovered very early the love of the mountains. Since 1989 I'm a full time mountain guide. Between 1998 and 2005 I worked as an instructor for the Austrian Mountain Guide Association. Since 1994 I have worked mainly as a heliskiguide in Canada in winter. I am married to a Canadian, have two children and live in Canmore, Alberta. My hobbies are climbing, skiing and photography.
I am a professional mountain guide and ski instructor for 15 years. In addition to the professional activities, my passion is climbing and skiing. Besides working as a mountain guide, I studied sports science at the University of Vienna.
I live in St. Ulrich with my wife and three kids. Since 1999 I work as a mountain guide and as a sales agent for outdoor sports goods. Since 1991 I’m an acitve member of the mountain rescue Gröden and work as an air rescuer for Aiut Alpin Dolomites.
I'm a mountain guide since 1986 and worked for a few years full time as a mountain guide. I travelled and mountaineered all around the world. I have two kids and work for Mammut for 18 years now.
My name is Ingolf and I live with my wife Birgit in Saalfelden. We have a daughter - Lea, 11 months and she rocks!
One of seven female ACMG/IFMGA guides in Canada. Passionate about rock climbing and exploring unclimbed granite big walls, I love to travel and I am looking forward to meeting many other adventurous spirits at Jungfraujoch this summer. As a guide I work ski touring, heli-skiing and ice climbing in the winter, and rock climbing and mountaineering in the summer. I love introducing people to the vast wilderness of Canada.
I believe that the life teaches me to live and the life teaches me to climb. And the most important is to share this wonderful experiencies with others.
Joseli Carlos Callupe Carrera
Full time working as a Mountain Guide in Peru and South America.
Aspiring helicopter pilot, member of the DAV expedition squad until 2009.
I have been mountain guide for 15 years and I got the licence of IFMGA about 10 years ago. I am guiding mostly at the nothern alps in Japan.
I grew up in the Grisons and I'm a trained forester. After several stays abroad, I have focused on building log cabins. My professional activities are log cabin builder, mountain guide and wood sculptor. I am married and have three Kinder with my wifre, one boy and two girls. Since 2008, we live in our own log cabin in Pany. I spend my free time with my kids, hunting and singing in a quartet. www.rundholzer.ch
I spent most of my life in the mountains. Ice climbing from Scotland to Canada, rock climbing from Dolomites to Yosemite, freeride skiing from Verbier to the roofs of old houses in my hometown and riding motorcycle trough high passes of Kyrgyzstan - I like it all as different as it is. The fact is though, I like the people I do this things with even more.
Already at the age of 4 I discovered the love to the mountains. It was obvious to make my hobby into a career and I worked for the Mammut Alpine School from the beginning. This is important to me: The connection of the extrem mountain sport with the so-called "normal" job I've picked up quickly. Errors can have fatal consequences in both cases - not only for oneself but also for its partners. The most important thing is that my guests have an unforgettable experience.
I grew up in the eastern part of Switzerland and I work as a telecommunication engineer and mountain guide - a varied and versatile combination that represents an optimal balance for me. My world is nature - rock, glacier, snow, air ... - and I love to move around it. Whether on foot, on skis, paragliding, .... I also gained experience outside the Alps like in the Himalayas, Andes, Rocky Mountains, Karakorum, ....
The profession as a mountain guide and ski teacher is my calling. In my freetime I jump from cliffs, antennas, bridges and buildings (BASE jumper).
I have been a mountain guide since 20years ago. I guide customers all over Japan from hiking to high mountain climbing. I got the license of IFMGA in 1992, I have stayed in Chamonix in last 20years for guide to Mont-brant, Grant Paradiso and Matterhorn etc.
Since my childhood I've been a passionate mountaineer. I'm crazy about all varieties of alpinism, from an easy mountain hike to expeditions. I live in the Allgäu, I'm married and father of two childern, 9 and 14 years old.
I am a mountain guide and member of Kyrgyz Mountain Guide Association. I participate in Mammut Mountain Guide School project in Kyrgyzstan.
I have been mountain guide since 1997. I got the licence of IFMGA in 2001 and I also got the licence of D'EQUIVALENCE in France at ENSA. I mainly guide in the high mountain in North Alps in Japan. And I had stayed in Chamopnix and had guided Mont-brant, Matterhorn, Eiger and Jungfrau till 2 years ago.
I'm 49 years old, married and have 3 children. I'm a mountain guide and national alpine skiing instructor as well as a mountain rescuer. I like to open new routes and ski tours.
I'm Peter, I'married and have a daughter. 1991 I became a mountain and ski guide. Afterwards I studied sports science and sports management in Vienna.
For more than 20 years I’m a nationally certified alpine and skiing guide and ensure the high quality standards on tours of the Mammut Alpine School in my job as Senior Product- and Qualitymanager.
I live in Benasque, in the Pyrenees and I work as a mountain guide for 14 years all around the world. Now, I´m a teacher in the Spanish mountain guides courses. I like very much rock and ice climbing and skiing and I try to travel every year to different places for play these sports. I really love work like a guide and travel with my guests all around the world.
Renzo Moreno Ardiles
I am a peruvian 38 year old mountain guide.
I'm 34 years old and live in the Oberallgäu. Already when I was a little boy, the mountains were my great passion. Later on I expanded this passion to the alps and the mountains all around the world. My personal highlight in the mountains: For me, the best thing about the mountains is that I can focus completely on my current activity and forget the daily life. And even more beautiful are the moments, when I can share them and look at happy faces.
I am an IFMGA mountain guide working in Crested Butte, Colorado during the winter ski season, and Chamonix, France during the summer climbing season.
I am a British Mountain Guide and am the Technical Director for the British Mountain Guides. I have been working as a guide for 20 years mainly in the Alps but also in India, Nepal, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. I enjoy traditional rock climbing, mixded / ice climbing, ski touring and alpinism and am very active in all these sports.
I am 32 years young and live with my wife and two kids in Lengenwang. The best for me is, to be in the mountains with my guests and friends and to share the many experiences and impressions. Apart from sport climbing, alpine climbing, mountain running, skiing, free riding, ice winter and mountaineering there doesn't remain a lot of time for other hobbies. But mountaineering is just simply a brilliant sport.
I am a mountain guide from Norway. Working experience from Europe and southern Africa. Beside mounteneering I laike to hunting with my dog.
I live with the mountains and for the mountains.