Adventure Travel Ratings: Alaska Mountain Guides International & Climbing School - National Geographic Adventure Magazine

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Overall Score

Rating Criteria Scores

Quality of Service95.50
Spirit of Adventure94.50
Client Satisfaction98.33

Outfitter's Primary Activity

  • Mountaineering/Climbing

Outfitter's Other Activities

  • African Safari
  • Do-It-All
  • Exploratory Trips
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Mountaineering/Climbing
  • Multisport
  • Skiing/Snowboarding
  • Paddling

Alaska Mountain Guides International & Climbing School


When this outfitter isn't leading climbing, hiking, and sea kayaking trips in the Alaskan wilderness, AMG tackles some of the rest of the world's more formidable peaks: the Seven Summits, North Cascades, the high-altitude volcanoes of Mexico and Ecuador, and the rugged mountains of Alaska. It also runs a climbing school, the International Wilderness Leadership School, which offers the highest level of technical skills training and outdoor leadership programs for university credit. AMG's trip menu includes sea kayaking in Baja and Glacier Bay National Park and canyoneering, climbing, and skiing in Utah, Washington, and Alaska.

Signature Trip: Glacier Bay East Arm Sea Kayaking; kayaking; 8 days; Alaska

New in 2009

  • Name:Glacier Bay Wilderness Traverse
  • Destination:Alaska, United States
  • Duration:12 days
  • Price:$3,400


Countries Visited

  • Africa:Tanzania
  • Asia:China, Nepal
  • Latin America:Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru
  • U.S. & Canada:Canada, United States
Photograph courtesy of Alaska Mountain Guides
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