Ski Mountaineer CAMP
APRIL 7 - 10, 2022
This is The Ski Mountaineering Camp You Have Been Dreaming Of
Big Lines, Remote Range, and Certified Guides
The Summit Ski Mountaineering Camp will take your technical backcountry skills to the next level. No we aren’t in some yurt or hut skiing lines that get skied regularly. No we aren’t able to see city lights from the summit of our peaks. This is the Uintas, where remote big lines rarely (if ever) get skied and the summits offer a sea of peaks as far as the eye can see.
These 4 days and 3 nights are all about you becoming the ski mountaineer you desire to be. Our team is dedicated to helping you achieve your goals and support and mentor you through the process. From assessing a spring-time snowpack to steep travel techniques and rope work our team of certified and experienced guides are there to walk you through the skills necessary for bagging big lines with confidence. The Summit Ski Mountaineering camp is about taking you further, and giving you the skills to excel in remote, rugged, and committing terrain.
From the moment we get to the trailhead you know this is the real deal as we load up your snowmobile which you will drive deep into the heart of the Uinta range under the guidance and leadership of our guide team. There we come across our fully styled out basecamp equipped with mountaineering tents, kitchen tent with heater, solar power and our personal chef who will be preparing all of our meals.
All you have to do is show up with your personal gear ready to learn and have fun and we’ll take care of the rest.
WHAT DO OUR CLIENTS SAY?
“Inspired Summit is hands down the best guiding company around. Not only are the guides experts in mountain skills who know all the super secret locals-only spots, they are the type of people who you want to grab a beer with at the end of the day.”
— Becca B., Salt Lake City
Where do I sleep?
Participants will arrive to pre-setup mountaineering tents, and learn skills that go along with sleeping in snowy mountain-terrain.
What will the conditions be like?
We can't predict what the conditions will be like but we're hoping for a diurnal melt-freeze cycle which make for great ski objectives and easy spring travel.
Who are the guides?
The guide team is made up of IFMGA, AMGA track, and AIARE certified instructors.
Do I need prior snowmobiling experience?
No. We'll be able to teach you the snowmobile skills you need for this course.
Do you have other questions?