Mount Garibaldi

Types: Alpine, Climbing and Mountaineering, Summer

Region: Sea to Sky

Mount Garibaldi

The Northeast face of Mount Garibaldi is a classic mountaineering objective with some of the best views to be had!

Mount Garibaldi

Mount Garibaldi is one of the most iconic peaks along the Sea-to-Sky, partially due to it's prominent location towering over the Howe Sound and the town of Squamish and one of the most recognized peaks in the area. It is also BC's best known volcano and the last in a chain of stratovolcanoes that extend up from Mount Shasta in California. Offering some of the best summit views to be had on the coast it's an incredibly fun and rewarding peak!

The Northeast face of Mount Garibaldi is a classic mountaineering objective that's just difficult enough to really make the summit something that has to be earned. The route involves glacier travel, technical crevasses, snow and ice climbing to 45 degrees and a challenging bergschrund crossing. A true sea-to-sky endeavor, you meet your guide in Squamish basically at sea-level and top out the next day on a 2678m high summit.

Upcoming Courses:

Mount Garibaldi

2 Days
StatusAvailable
Group Size2
Pricing
  • Per Person 2:1: $799.00
  • Per Person 1:1: $1,399.00

Fine Print:

Day 1:

  • Meet your guide in Squamish in the early am
  • Take a 4×4 up to Brohm ridge
  • Hike over to the Shark’s Fin on the North side of Garibaldi & set up camp
  • Go for a quick glacier walk to scope out the route for the next day.

Day 2:

  • Alpine start, ascend the Warren glacier to the Northeast face of Mt Garibaldi.
  • Climb ice and snow to 45 degrees to the ridge
  • Scramble along the ridge to summit and the amazing views down the Howe Sound
  • Descend the same route down camp and pack up
  • Hike back to Brohm Ridge
  • Get back to Squamish for dinner and views of Garibaldi from a local patio
Mount Garibaldi
Select a Departure:

Highlights

  • Views of Squamish & Howe Sound
  • Glaciers, Snow & Rock climbing
Types Alpine, Climbing and Mountaineering, Summer
Region Sea to Sky
Season June to August
Prices From $799.00

Difficulty: Difficulty: Intermediate Intermediate

You will want to be reasonably fit as the trip involves hiking up 1500m, 600-800m on summit day.

What's Included

  • ACMG Certified Guide
  • Wilderness Camping Permit
  • Group Equipment
  • Technical Gear Rental (helmet, axe, crampons)
  • BlackSheep Swag

What's Not Included

  • Accommodation in the valley
  • Transportation to the trailhead (available upon request)
  • Personal equipment (boots, tent, etc.)
  • Food (available upon request)
  • Porter or Photographer

GENERAL:

  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen & Lip Balm
  • Head Lamp & Spare Batteries
  • Camera (optional)
  • 45-55 Litre Pack
  • Trekking Pole(s)
  • Warm Single or Double Boots

CLOTHING:

  • Wool and/or Synthetic Socks
  • Synthetic or wool base layer, top & bottom
  • Multipurpose climbing pants
  • Waterproof breathable jacket & pants
  • Light jacket or sweater
  • Warm outer jacket
  • Toque (beanie) – wool or synthetic
  • Brimmed Cap
  • Face warmer or Buff
  • Light leather gloves
  • Insulated gloves
  • Gaiters (optional)

CLIMBING EQUIPMENT:

  • Harness
  • Helmet*
  • Belay Device*
  • Locking Carabiner x 4*
  • 120cm Sling*
  • Crampons*
  • Ice Screw*
  • Axe*

* We can supply this equipment if you need it.

PERSONAL OVERNIGHT EQUIPMENT:

  • Tent
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Sleeping Mat
  • Eating Cup & Spoon
  • Light Camp Shoes

FOOD:

  • Reusable lunch bag
  • Water Bottle and/or Thermos (1L min)
  • Personal Snacks
  • Lunch for days #1 & 2
  • Dinner for day #1
  • Breakfast for day #2

Activities and Add-Ons for this Trip

You might also like...

July - September
RegionSea to Sky
Length 2 Days
Difficulty Difficulty: Intermediate Intermediate
Prices From $749.00
July - September
RegionSea to Sky
Length 1 Day
Difficulty Difficulty: Intermediate Intermediate
Prices From $399.00
May through September
RegionSquamish
Length 1 Day
Difficulty Difficulty: Beginner Beginner
Prices From $250.00