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Alexandra croft

Alexandra Croft

Alexan­dra is a PNW native and has been climb­ing local­ly and inter­na­tion­al­ly for over 15 years. Explor­ing the North Cas­cades is one of her favorite activ­i­ties but she also enjoys adven­tur­ing inter­na­tion­al­ly in New Zealand, Switzer­land, Cha­monix, and the Dolomites. Her favorite aspect of guid­ing is con­nect­ing peo­ple to nature through climb­ing and moun­taineer­ing. Local­ly she has guid­ed on Mt. Rainier and Mt. Bak­er and has recent­ly trav­eled to Jack­son Hole, Wyoming and Rocky Moun­tain Nation­al Park for her alpine guide train­ing in the Amer­i­can Moun­tain Guid­ing Asso­ci­a­tion. She aspires to be an AMGA Alpine Guide, and is cur­rent­ly a Sin­gle Pitch Instruc­tor, Cer­ti­fied Wilder­ness First Respon­der, and has her AIARE Lev­el 2. She’s spent sev­er­al years vol­un­teer guid­ing for a non-prof­it, and also for Moun­tain Res­cue and her local SAR unit. When she is not climb­ing, you can find her cur­ing can­cer in lab, surf­ing in Hawaii, and prac­tic­ing to become a Yogi.