Alaska Mountaineering - Prime

Credit: Alexis Alloway

Alaska Mountaineering - Prime

This course takes you to a place in south central Alaska often referred to as "the mountain kingdom of North America," where a chain of rugged mountain ranges and spectacular glaciers converge to make a mountaineer's dreamscape. Within this region you'll explore the coastal Chugach Range, the interior Alaska Range, or the vast Wrangell-St. Elias Range. The specific route for each course is entirely season dependent, with expeditions in the early season climbing mostly above snow line to access terrain via huge snowfields and courses operating in the later season completing technical ice routes on glacier. This shorter course for students ages 23 and older flies directly onto a glacier to maximize time for technical skill development, providing an ideal training ground for learning to live and travel responsibly and efficiently in challenging mountain terrain.

Dates

Dates

2018 Dates

May 27 – June 9, 2018

Tuition: $4,410
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Specifics

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Tuition
$4,410
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Equipment Deposit
$250
Duration
14 days
Minimum Age
23 yrs.
Academic Credit
2 College Credits
  • 2 Environmental Studies
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Course Description

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Travel and Logistics

Start/End
Palmer, Alaska
Fly in/out
Anchorage, Alaska
Skills learned

Mountaineering