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AMGA Guide Courses

amgaWe offer private American Mountain Guides Association Alpine Courses. The Alps is the perfect place to train for your AMGA Alpine Exam; with it’s long invovled routes and excellent tram access you climb classic long routes almost everyday.

About your instructor
Michael Silitch is a UIAGM guide trained by the American Mountain Guides Association. He began his guiding career with Colorado Outward Bound School and later with American Alpine Institute; he currently owns and operates High Alpine Mountain Guides and guides exclusively in the European Alps. Although focusing his last 10 years guiding in the Alps, he has 20 years of guiding experience.

Michael is an instructor/examiner for the AMGA and sits on the Technical Committee. He is also a member of both the Swiss and French Mountain Guides Associations. He has worked on the rescue teams of Yosemite National Park and Denali National Park and participated in rescues on El Cap and at 17,000 ft on Denali. Trained by the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE) and level 3 certified, he teaches avalanche education in Europe and the US. Although trained as high as Wilderness EMT, he currently holds a Wilderness First Responder Certification.

Educated at St. John’s College, in Santa Fe, New Mexico and University of Colorado, Boulder, Michael currently lives in Chamonix, France with his wife and two sons.

“My training from the American Mountain Guides Association was top notch. I am grateful for it and feel happy to be able to give back to the program that helped me develop into a professional mountain guide.”