The best way to see the total grandeur of the rockies is to get up high. Fortunately, the wilderness around Aspen offers numerous ways to do just that. New to hiking peaks? No problem. Seasoned pro? Sign on up. Climbed a few and want to push yourself? We've got the trip you're seeking, tailored just for you.
Fourteener Peak Climbs
Varying degrees of difficulty and routes make the Colorado 14'ers a challenge for everyone. Peaks include North and South Maroon (the Bells), Pyramid Peak, Snowmass Mountain, Capital Peak, Mount Sopris, Elbert, La Plata and Castle and Conundrum peaks. Pyramid, the Bells and Capitol require a mandatory qualification and training day prior to the climb. All safety equipment including helmets, harnesses, ropes and anchors are included and lunch can be arranged. Additional peaks, routes and areas are available upon request.
AAG & lululemon Peak Series
Colorado has long been known for its quiver of iconic 14,000 foot high peaks. This summer, hike your first 14er or your 30th with AAG and lululemon during our late summer peak series.
8/26 AAG & lululemon Mt Massive climb
9/9 AAG & lululemon La Plata climb
9/23 AAG & lululemon Castle Peak climb
Climb North Maroon Peak, traverse the ridge to South Maroon Peak, then descend and finish the day with an ascent of Pyramid Peak. This extreme climb is demanding and requires advance training and strong physical endurance.
# of people 1 2 3 4+
$625 $750 $875 inquire
$750 $875 $1,000 inquire
$1,125 $1,475 $1,825 inquire
$875 $1,075 inquire inquire
$565 $685 $805 inquire
North Maroon or Pyramid Standard Routes
South Maroon Standard Route and Snow Couloirs
Capitol/Snowmass Mtn. 2 day/1 night
North to South Maroon Traverse
Elbert, Massive, Castle, Conundrum, La Plata, Sopris
*Pyramid, Maroon Bells and Capitol require a qualification day prior to the climb, or a conversation to discuss your climbing experience. Transportation can be arranged if needed.