Sierra Nevada Rock Climbing

Alpine Climbing

Alpine Rock I & II

Alpine I   $1,325.00 pp / 3 Days
Alpine II $1,725 pp / 3 Days

Improve your climbing skills and embark on an exciting alpine mountaineering adventure in the Eastern Sierra Nevada with California Rock Guides. Join our Alpine Rock I & II course, a three-day program designed to teach you the fundamentals of mountain climbing in the breathtaking alpine environment. Develop your skills using various tools and techniques for rock climbing while enjoying the stunning landscapes. The course culminates with an ascent of the Crystal Crag, offering you a rewarding experience and an introduction to summer alpine mountaineering. With no heavy packs to carry, you can fully immerse yourself in the learning process. After each day’s adventure, you have the option to car camp or stay in nearby motels in Mammoth Lakes. Don’t miss this opportunity to have fun, learn new skills, and embark on a great adventure with California Rock Guides.

Palisade Mountain Camp

Palisade Mountain Camp

$1,995.00 / 4 Days

Climbing in the breathtaking Sierra Nevada, home to the highest concentration of 14,000 ft. Mountains in the Sierra Range, is an experience that will stay with you forever. Join California Rock Guides at Palisade Mountain Camp for a comprehensive alpine mountaineering course. Gain valuable skills in rock, ice, and snow climbing, as well as the techniques for tackling mixed alpine routes. Put your newfound abilities to the test by conquering a 13,000 ft or 14,000 ft. peak in the Palisades. Book your spot today for $1,995.00 and embark on this incredible 4-day adventure.

Palisade Traverse

Palisade Traverse 5.7 - 5.9

$1,725.00 / 3 Days

Thunderbolt Peak, Starlight, North Palisade, Polemonium, and Mt Sill

The Palisade Traverse is perhaps is a bucket list climb for all Sierra alpine climbers.  The route climbs 5 of California 14,000 ft peaks, Thunderbolt, Starlight, North Palisade, Polemonium, and Mt Sill in one single push. A climb is a great option for people who are attempting to climb all of the California 14ers.  Summiting all of the peaks in one climb mitigates repeated efforts at doing the approach into the Palisade Group.  A successful climb of the Traverse is a great climatic way to end one’s quest to climb all 15 of the California 14ers.