We operate daily in the Adirondacks. They provide not only great locations for instruction, but also a range of climbing objectives to help you practice your skills: - from long, remote rock climbing and ice climbing routes, to numerous peaks for winter ascents.
For alpine climbing, options can include visiting Wallface for some rock climbing on the most remote wall east of the Rockies; ice climbing on the north face of Gothics; and exploring areas around Avalanche Pass, and more.
For winter mountaineering, options can include a winter ascent of Mt. Marcy (highest peak in NY) and/or other peaks, as well as climbing Mount Colden via the Trap Dike, or enchainments of a variety of peaks in the area.
We also offer numerous rock climbing and ice climbing trips and instruction at all areas in Adirondack park.