Stephen Williams

AMGA Multi-Pitch and Single Pitch Guide


Stephen Williams

AMGA Multi-Pitch and Single Pitch Guide


Teaches: Rock Climbing - General
Home Mountain: The Climbing Life Guides, None, None
Gender: Male
Certifications: None
Years Teaching: 0.0
Years at The Climbing Life Guides: 0.0
Certifications: None
Years Teaching: 0.0
Years at The Climbing Life Guides: 0.0

About

Stephen grew up in the flat lands of Memphis, TN and cut his teeth as a climber on the steep sandstone of the Southeast. He's been climbing since 2009 and he's been passionately seeking out new challenges in the mountains ever since. His personal climbing experience ranges from grade V alpine routes in the North Cascades of Washington, to long rock routes in the desert Southwest, to ice climbing in the Canadian rockies. He is an AMGA certified Single Pitch Instructor and is actively pursuing certification in both the Rock and Alpine disciplines. Stephen also holds a WFR through the Wilderness Medicine Institute and a degree in Biology and Math from Oberlin College. He currently splits his time between alpine work in the Cascades and Alaska during the summers and guiding in Joshua Tree the rest of the year. Regardless of the medium, Stephen finds the process of helping people push themselves in the outdoors and gain independence as climbers tremendously rewarding.


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About

Stephen grew up in the flat lands of Memphis, TN and cut his teeth as a climber on the steep sandstone of the Southeast. He's been climbing since 2009 and he's been passionately seeking out new challenges in the mountains ever since. His personal climbing experience ranges from grade V alpine routes in the North Cascades of Washington, to long rock routes in the desert Southwest, to ice climbing in the Canadian rockies. He is an AMGA certified Single Pitch Instructor and is actively pursuing certification in both the Rock and Alpine disciplines. Stephen also holds a WFR through the Wilderness Medicine Institute and a degree in Biology and Math from Oberlin College. He currently splits his time between alpine work in the Cascades and Alaska during the summers and guiding in Joshua Tree the rest of the year. Regardless of the medium, Stephen finds the process of helping people push themselves in the outdoors and gain independence as climbers tremendously rewarding.


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