Bobby Cosker

“Your comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing grows there.” – GM.

To be able to use our bodies to learn, move, and explore through the vast, beautiful terrain of the mountains, to me, is one of the greatest gifts in life. Originally from New England, I moved to Utah in 2007 to finish college and feed my passions of skiing and climbing in the bigger mountains. Since that time, I have been fortunate to have climbed around the world with trips to South America, Europe, the Canadian Rockies, and more than 35 trips into the Central Alaska Range. Further, I worked with the National Park Service as a VIP Climbing Ranger on Denali from 2015-2017.

My days are now spent chasing the seasons, climbing personally, and guiding in Utah and Ouray in the winters, and Alaska and the Pacific northwest in the summers. I feel most passionate about climbing remote exploratory alpine routes, sharing the places and lessons learned from my time in the mountains with others, and drinking well-made cups of coffee over a good book.

I currently hold certifications as an AMGA Apprentice Rock and Alpine Guide, AMGA Ice Climbing Instructor, and A3 Avalanche Instructor and Pro 1 Professional.

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