For Jeff Witt, the best thing about climbing is having the opportunity to share it with others. “Whether it is through the experience of climbing a mountain, sliding down a rope into free space, kicking a step into a steep snow slope, swinging an axe into ice, or skiing through boot-top powder with a beautiful valley laying at your feet, it is the smile that my guest is wearing that makes it all worth while,” he says. Having climbed the Tetons and guided for Exum since 2002, Jeff has done some impressive ski descents, including Mont Blanc’s North Face, the North Face of the Tour Noire, as well as some incredible climbing ascents, including climbing Mount Everest via the South Col, the renowned North Face of the Eiger, the Southwest Pillar of Fitzroy, Denali’s Cassin Ridge, and dozens more. Jeff received his IFMGA license in 2016, and looks forward to expanding his guiding repertoire both in the Tetons as a ski mountaineering guide, and around the world. Jeff is also an avid adventure motorcyclist, having ridden his motorcycle as far north as Prudhoe Bay and as far south as the Panama Canal. He personal goals include completing the seven summits (only three to go!), and circumnavigating the globe by motorcycle.
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