Northeast Mountaineering Guides
The Guides at Northeast Mountaineering are a small group of highly trained and experienced climbers. The have years of experience on rock, ice and snow from New England to Alaska and Yosemite to Ecuador. Despite their own personal ascents, they thrive on teaching their skills to others. At NEM you will get personal attention, a low guide to client ratio, and a relaxed and fun environment for you to climb to your full potential.
Our guides hold various certifications including Wilderness First Aid, AMGA Single Pitch Instructor, Leave No Trace Trainer, PCIA Top Managed Rock Instructor, Search and Rescue, and Avalanche Certifications.
Below you will find a brief bio and climbing resume for each of our guides.
Corey found his love for mountains at the young age of 8 when he first scaled Mt. Adams in New Hampshire. For the next 16 years he has continued to hike and backpack throughout the country. He found his niche of climbing bigger mountains when he visited Mt Rainier for the first time. He has training as a professional photographer, which has only compounded his love for the outdoors and high places. Corey also enjoys hiking, floating lazy rivers, and any other adventurous activity.
Denali, Alaska – West Buttress • Mt. Rainier, Washington – 5 ascents—3 Routes • Mt. Shuksan, Washington – Fisher Chimneys—2 • Mt. Baker, Washington – North Ridge • Colorado – 14ers • Mt. Washington, NH – 25+ Ascents • New England Ascents • Presidential Traverse • Thorsborne Trail, Austrailia
Wilderness First Responder Training • AIARE Avalanche II • AMGA SPI
Although Brett has always had a love for the outdoors, He found his real love for the mountains and climbing after his first visit to Mt. Rainier in Washington State. Brett has been hooked ever since. His ingenuity, determination, and creativity have seen him through countless days and nights on some of the highest peaks in the country. When Brett is not in the mountains you can find him fishing, playing sports, or graphic designing.
Denali, Alaska – West Buttress • Mt. Rainier, Washington – 3 Ascents—2 Routes • Mt. Shuksan, Washington – Fisher Chimneys—2 • Mt. Baker, Washington – North Ridge • Mt. Washington, NH – 25+ ascents including Pinnacle Gully • New England Ascents • Presidential Traverse • Thorsborne Trail, Austrailia
Wilderness First Responder Training • Avalanche II
Jamie found his passion for the mountains on a trip to our very own Mt. Washington. Since then Jamie has dedicated his life to the sport of mountaineering, climbing peaks in the Cascades and the Ecuadorian Andes. He has completed a course in Outdoor Leadership at Greenfield Community College with a focus in technical climbing and mountaineering. Jamie’s passion for teaching the skills of mountaineering is clear to anyone interested in the sport and he is always more then willing to explain the technical sides of climbing and self-rescue.
Mt. Shasta, California – Five Ascents • Mt. Cotopaxi, Ecuador • Mt. Pinchincha, Ecuador – Window of Death • Mt. Washington, New Hampshire – Fourteen Ascents, Five Routes • Mt. Adams, New Hampshire – Six Ascents, Two Routes • Mt. Rainier, Washington • Mt. Hood, Oregon
Wilderness First Responder [WFR] • PCIA Top Managed Rock Climbing • Leave No Trace Trainer • AIARE Avalanche II • AMGA SPI
Anthony has been drawn to the mountains from a very young age. Technical climbing became his passion in the teen years into early twenties competing as a sponsored climber in the USA Climbing Series. Serenity soon drew him back to the long alpine routes of the Northeast where you can find him now. Mountaineering in season, fly fishing in the off season but always in the mountains. Anthony is also a member of Androscoggin Valley Search and Rescue and has climbed across the country from California to Kentucky to Colorado and right here at home.
Mt. Shasta- 2 Routes • Appalachian Trail thru hike • Kathadin, Maine – Winter “Knife Edge” Traverse • Colorado Ascents • New England Ascents • Rock CLimbing, Rumney, NH – Geographic Factor, WI5, Shaelyns – Way, WI5, Fangmanship, WI5, – Venus of a Halfshell, 5.12c, Flesh for Lulu, 5.12a/b • Rock CLimbing, Obed River, TN – Rage, 5.12c • Rock CLimbing, Red River Gorge, KY – Tacit, 5.12a • Rock Climbing, Cannon, NH – Whitney Gilman Ridge, 5.7 – Cinch -Sack, 5.11b *=• Echo Crag, NH • Plus many more…
Avalanche Awareness – SOLO • Wilderness First Aid – SOLO • Androscoggin Valley Search and Rescue “Winter Above Tree-line Team” – AVSAR
All NEM Guides are medically trained for wilderness situations. Many were certified through Wilderness Medical Associates.