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Checking in from the Condor's Nest on Illimani, Bolivia. MM Collection
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June 8, 2012

Family Climbing Trip - Finding New Possibilities in the Cascades

Here at Mountain Madness, we love the opportunity to get out to the mountains with younger generations of climbers. It gives us some perspective and perhaps allows us to prioritize a new agenda. One great way to do that is to set up a custom climb or course with our guides and we will make sure our itinerary fits your family's needs. 


June 24, 2011

Peru Season Strikes Fond Memories

This week marks the kick-off for the Peru season! With several confirmed summit climbs and treks, Mountain Madness is getting geared up for a great season in the Cordillera Blanca and ancient Inca lands. Take a look at the trips we are offering! [+] READ MORE

June 22, 2011

Logan Team Back To Civilization

Tino called from the car yesterday to report that they were picked up by the pilot at 10pm Monday night after a 36-hour delay at base camp and flew to the Ultima Thule lodge where they spent the night. Yesterday morning they flew to Chitina for the drive back to Anchorage. They stopped to pick up some burgers in preparation for the 4-5 hour drive back and were celebrating being near civilization again. [+] READ MORE

June 16, 2011

Mountain Madness team summits Mt. Logan!

We just talked to MM Guides Joe Stock and Tino Villanueva and got the news that they and teammates Michael Thomas, Glenn Wilson and Paul Muscat successfully climbed Mt. Logan yesterday (June 15). At 19,545 feet, Logan is the highest peak in Canada and the second highest peak in North America. A huge congratulations from all of us in Seattle! [+] READ MORE

September 18, 2009

Ecuador Images - Mountains to Amazon

By Mark Gunlogson

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Trying to finish up the last of the blogs for the family adventure trip in Ecuador. After Zuleta we headed down into the cloud forest for some ziplining, bird watching, tube rafting, and taking in the beauty of one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on the planet. Great stuff and only an hour or so from Quito!