Rogers Pass Alpine Climbing is some of the best in the world. A hidden gem that is off the beaten path. Hire a guide to explore the Mountain Peaks of Rogers Pass. This famed district is one of the the great classic areas of North American alpinism. It offers fine climbs on rock, snow, and ice at all standards of difficulty, with a great deal, in particular, for the intermediate mountaineer.
Classic Routes in Rogers Pass
- Mount Sir Donald Northwest Ridge 5.6
- Mount Tupper West Ridge 5.6
- Asulkan Traverse 5.3
- Swiss Traverse 5.3
- Mount Rogers Steep Snow and Ice
There are options for every skill level at Rogers Pass. Trip durations can range from 1 day to 7 days. Please contact for more information.
Glacier National Park is the acknowledged birthplace of mountaineering in North America. In 1888, two British mountaineers, Rev. William Spotswood Green and Rev. Henry Swanzy, completed the first recreational technical climbs in the Selkirks. Eleven years later, the services of Swiss guides were provided for guests at the Glacier House hotel in Rogers Pass. Those guides created the network of trails, providing access to local peaks, that has remained to this day.