Current Transportation: 2008 Peugeot Wagon
Core Activities: Rock climbing, alpine climbing, ice climbing, ski mountaineering
Non-Core Activities: Parenting, beach holidays
Favorite Places: The Alps, Southern Utah, the Verdon Gorge
My Jam Is: Raspberry
I Eat Lots Of: Tartiflette
Fun Fact: I like playing chess.
Since the age of 15, climbing has been a driving force in Adam’s life. His passion for climbing has taken him around the globe climbing rock faces, frozen waterfalls and big snowy lumps. Adam’s enthusiasm—read: addiction—for climbing has also lead to the demise of a couple of job opportunities and several relationships. Tired of swinging a hammer to finance climbing trips, Adam decided to make a career out of the sport he loves. He obtained his internationally recognized guiding qualification (IFMGA) and currently works full time as a professional mountain guide. He also married an equally dedicated and qualified climber, and together they run a small guiding business. When not in the mountains, Adam can be found living in Chamonix, France, with his wife and daughter. More information on Adam and his business can be found at: www.intothemountains.com.
These are great climbing pants, durable but with some stretch so they allow good freedom of movement. They're perfect for trad climbing or cool-weather sport climbing.
This jacket is so light and compact, there is no excuse for not carrying it with you on every trip to the mountains. Stuff it in the bottom of your pack or clip it to your harness. Oh, did I mention that it's waterproof? An awesome layer to have in the quiver.
Having Trouble Sending At The Creek? Here Are The Best Excuses
Adam George's top 10 excuses people use climbing at Indian Creek. [Read More]
Climbing Cerro Torre: It’s Never As Simple As It Could Be
Adam George assists with a rescue, handles finicky weather and a rope-hungry fox—and gambles the family holiday plans. [Read More]
5 Tips For Safer Rappelling
Don't risk it. IFMGA guide Adam George shares how he takes some of the danger out of rapping. [Read More]
Is “Light” Really “Right” When It Comes To Avi Rescue Gear?
Would your avalanche gear stand the test that you hope it never has to? [Read More]
The Local’s Guide To Chamonix
Guide Adam George shares his insider's tips for planning the Chamonix trip of a lifetime. [Read More]
Your Guide To Buying Mountaineering Boots
Boots can make or break a trip. Here, mountain guide Adam George breaks down what you should look for in your next pair. [Read More]
A Blitz Up The Fitz
Like efficiency? You'd better get over it, if you want to enjoy climbing in Patagonia. [Read More]
How To Speed Up Your Ski Touring Transitions
The less time messing with skins, the more time for fun. [Read More]
A Perfect Day Skiing The Marinelli Couloir
Great friends and perfect weather plus a 10,000-foot descent equal a day to remember. [Read More]
How To Coil A Rope
Adam George breaks down the butterfly coil and the backpack coil in this quick, easy video. [Read More]
Five Tips For Safer Climbing
If you love your climbing partners, watch this video. [Read More]
Video: Fast And Efficient Multi-Pitch Rappels
IFMGA Mountain Guide Adam George shares tips on how to speed up your rappels [Read More]
While growing up, I had heard of the infamous Eiger North Face, but I'll confess, it was mostly just some mythical mountain that I knew nothing about. While in college I remember a friend… [Read More]
A Mountain Guide’s Vacation
In the guiding business, summer is a busy time. The old adage “make hay while the sun shines,” is a motto that most guides I know live by. It is not uncommon to work 20-30 days straight… [Read More]