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Robby Young, Mountain Guide, RMI Expeditions

Robby grew up ski racing in the hills of northern Michigan. Upon graduating from the University of Michigan with a degree in Geology, he promptly moved west in pursuit of big mountains and deep powder. Over the past several years, Robby has worked in Colorado as an environmental geologist and currently spends his winters working as a professional ski patroller and avalanche educator in Utah. His enthusiasm and passion for skiing, climbing, and photography have resulted in numerous adventures in beautiful places ranging from the coastal peaks of Alaska to the high peaks of the Peruvian Andes.

  • Mt. Rainier, Washington
  • Ascents of Pisco Oeste (18,898’), Yanapaccha (17,913’), and Tocllaraju (19,790’), Cordillera Blanca Range, Peru
  • Ski descents in the Chugach Range, Alaska
  • Ski descent of Mt. Whitney (14,494’)
  • Ski descent of Mt. Shasta (14,162’)
  • Numerous rock and alpine routes throughout the western US and Canada including the Grand Teton (13,770'), Mount Shuksan (9,131'), and Mount Sir Donald (10,816')
  • Ascents and ski descents on many of Colorado’s 14,000’ peaks
  • Numerous ski mountaineering descents in Colorado, Utah, Montana, and California
  • Wilderness First Responder
  • Outdoor Emergency Care Technician
  • AAI Avalanche Level II
  • AMGA Ski Guide Course
  • Leave No Trace Trainer

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