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Resolve their dog's a ( foreign land must be dominant manufacturers makes him popular AMS. He has been guiding on Denali since 2009 and has climbs other regions within the Alaska Range. AT AMS he teaches courses, guides custom courses hikes and leads Denali expeditions. He continually heads into the range whenever he has time off, most recently climbing the Harvard Route on Mount Huntington and the Casssin Ridge on Denali. holds a BA Outdoor Studies from Alaska Pacific University, is LNT trainer, certified as a Wilderness First Responder and Avalanche Level II. During the shoulder seasons can be found traveling internationally to climb, sewing for Revelate Designs Anchorage and designing backpacks… which all of the AMS guides end up wanting for themselves. Leighan is a born and raised Alaskan who has been rambling around the great ranges of her home state since she was little. Mountain guiding is her blood: both her parents were guides on Mt. Rainer As a ten-year-old girl she became completely enamored with Denali and has spent every the central Alaska Range since she was 20. She is best known for her traverses; including a ski traverse of Denali, a traverse from the Ruth Gorge to Talkeetna via glacier, land, and river, and a circumnavigation of the Kitchatna Spires. Outside of Alaska, she is elusive, but she occasionally can be found climbing and skiing with gusto various western states. has been climbing since 2000 and guiding since 2005; he joined the AMS family 2007. Growing up the Adirondack Mountains of NY, was engaged various outdoor activities, and has since brought his of climbing throughout North Some of his favorite climbing areas include the Alaska Range, the Utah desert, and the local climbing areas North Conway, NH. has a BS Adventure Recreation from Green Mountain College VT and is pursuing certification from the American Mountain Guide Association. He also guides for the Mountain Climbing School North Conway, NH. has been a guide since 1996. His expeditions include climbs Alaska, British Columbia, Garhwal Himalaya, and He has made first ascents Alaska, New Hampshire, Newfoundland, and Arizona. His notable first ascents are of the Southeast Face of Moose's Tooth, and Common Knowledge on Washburn Face of Mt. Alaska Range. He was nominated for the 2004 Piolet d' Or Award for ascent of Arctic Rage on Moose's Tooth. 's significant second ascents are of Czech Direct on Mt. Wall of Shadows on Mt. and Snow Patrol on Mt. Dickey. is AMGA certified Rock and Guide. Despite all of the really, really hard routes climbs and the first ascents he does, he is one of the most humble climbers out there. He is known for his kindness, and ability to teach others. Gowler is one of AMS' core lead guides who leads our toughest guiding and teaching assignments. He has made the pilgrimage to Alaska every for nearly two decades. has led successful expeditions, both skiing and climbing, Alaska, Ecuador, Peru, and where he climbed Fitzroy 2001. He is certified Wilderness First Responder, LNT, Level III Avalanche, and has worked as a snow safety avalanche forecasting and high rescue for the World Free Skiing Championships Valdez, Alaska. is fluent Spanish and has led over 15 expeditions to Aconcagua, the highest mountain South With AMS he leads expeditions up Denali, technical climbs and is our Staffing and Operations Manager. He also works with Hole Mountain Guides, where, he teaches rock and ice climbing, avalanche courses and is a backcountry skiing and ski mountaineering guide. draws on his expertise to work for various film and safety companies managing helicopter and risks the field. If is not climbing and skiing during the he can be found surfing Mexico and Hawaii. He has been a full-time climber and backcountry skier since 1989, and a professional mountain guide since 1995. has a B. A. Wilderness Leadership with emphasis on Mountaineering from Prescott College. 's climbers compliment his professionalism, teaching style, and they appreciate being on Denali with the guide that all other guides call on for advice. He writes, I AMS and feel extremely privileged to work for the best. Dr. Hackett is AMS' Medical Director and co-author of our Backcountry Medical Protocols. He is a world authority on high-altitude medicine and physiology and has contributed much of his life to understanding altitude-related illnesses. 1982, he established the medical camp at 14 feet on Denali to study and assist climbers suffering from cold and altitude-related illnesses. At his home Colorado, he is ER Doctor and is a ski patroller. visits AMS annually and teaches our guides the most current strategies of high altitude medicine; he keeps our protocols up-to-date and is our primary medical consultant. has been a year round professional mountain guide since 1999. He cut his teeth on the steep rock and ice of New England and New before moving west. When not working Alaska for AMS, is also a senior guide for Mountain Guides and he has been a leader of over 70