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Arthur herlitzka

Arthur Herlitzka

Arthur has worked as an alpine, rock, and ski guide since 2016. He has guid­ed and climbed alpine routes and ski descents around the world, includ­ing the glaciat­ed vol­canos of Ecuador, high peaks in the Andes (Aconcagua, Argenti­na), Cana­di­an Rock­ies, the Ruth and Tokosit­na Glac­i­ers of the Alas­ka Range, Ski­ing in Takhin­sha Moun­tains of Haines AK, numer­ous remote, tech­ni­cal alpine climbs and tra­vers­es in the Cas­cades of Wash­ing­ton and High Sier­ra of CA. First ascents/​enchainments and fastest known times in Ida­ho, Zion UT, the Grand Canyon of AZ. Arthur is a pas­sion­ate rock climber and ski­er and spends his shoul­der sea­sons on the big walls of Yosemite, CA and Zion, UT. Teach­ing is one of Arthur’s favorite aspects to moun­tain guid­ing, and along­side avalanche edu­ca­tion he bal­ances his guid­ing work as an adjunct fac­ul­ty mem­ber for Prescott Col­lege in AZ. Open­ing the door of nature and moun­tain trav­el to oth­ers brings him joy. Arthur looks for­ward to shar­ing the rope or skin track with you on the next for­ay into the alpine realm!