Justin Bower spent his childhood in the southeast trekking and rock climbing in the Appalachian Mountains. He began climbing seriously in 2007 with an alpine expedition to Washington’s Mt. Rainier. He got hooked on high alpine climbing after summiting Rainier. This set him on a new life path that would take him to many of the world’s finest mountain ranges.
Justin Bower is a senior guide who has scaled summits and cliffs in the Rockies, Cascades, Alaska Range, Tetons, Patagonian Andes, Indian Himalayas, and Alps. Multiple summits of Mt. Rainier, Grand Teton, Denali, Mt. Blanc Du Tacul, 40 days on the Northern Patagonia Ice Cap, and canyons in Moab have been accumulated.
“Mountains, I have come to learn, are bridges. Taking your body, mind, and being to places you would never go and to people you would never meet.”
– Justin Bower