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AMGA Mountain Guide

he AMGA’s Mountain Guide Certification is the highest level of credential attainable by a professional mountain guide, and is an achievement recognized in more than 20 International Federation of Mountain Guides Associations (IFMGA) member countries. Our Guide Program includes three certification streams: Alpine, Rock, and Ski Mountaineering. Complete all three disciplines, and become an IFMGA Mountain Guide, able to work wherever IFMGA Mountain Guides are permitted.

To achieve this certification:

  • You must have 90+ days of training with the AMGA;
  • You must be certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and have a minimum 60 hours in Wilderness First Responder (WFR);
  • You must have avalanche training for professional mountain guides as outlined in the section for each discipline.
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Alpine Endeavors, LLC

P.O. Box 58 Rosendale, NY 12472 | info@alpineendeavors.com | 877-486-5769

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  • Alpine Endeavors LLC, is a Permit Holder in the following locations:
  • Mohonk Preserve, NY; Minnewaska State Park, NY; Mohonk Mountain House, NY; Stone Mountain Farm, NY; White Mountains National Forest, NH; Monongahela National Forest, WV; Eldorado Canyon State Park, CO; Coronado National Forest, AZ; Red Rocks National Recreation Area, NV; North Cascades National Park, WA; Mount Rainier National Park, WA; and other locations