Originally from Massachusetts, Josh graduated with his degree in Outdoor Education from Johnson State College. Josh has been working and living in Northern Vermont for three years. A graduate of the prestigious National Outdoor Leadership School’s (NOLS) Instructor Course (IC) in Alaska, he has been guiding trips in Alaska for them during the summer months. As well as instructing academic course work for students at Radford University in the spring. Additionally, he is an American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA) Certified Single Pitch Instructor (SPI). He has climbed several high altitude peaks including: Mt Rainier, La Malinche, and Pico de Orizaba. He brings his knowledge and experience to clients year-round, whether it’s on rock, ice, or snow. Josh’s passion for outdoor endeavors have taken him throughout the United States, Mexico, and as far as the southern tip of South America, where he expeditioned for 90 days in Patagonia. Closer to home, some of Josh’s favorite climbing areas include Acadia National Park, North Conway, and Smugglers Notch. In his leisure time, Josh enjoys planning and researching for upcoming adventures, road biking, and making outdoor gear.