Monthly Archives: November 2014

The winter season is here. It was quite a shift from the warm desert of Red Rocks, Nevada and into to cold of New England. Yet the psyche is high and MMG is is off to a great start. Routes include a few laps on the Black Dike, Standard Route, Shoe String, Kings Ravine, and routes in Huntington’s Ravine. Thanks to all the MMG guides and guests who made the first week of the ’14, ’15 ice season a amazing one.

There’s plenty to go around, come and get it!


Art enjoying pitch two of the Black Dike


Finding some good ice in Shoe String


Standard Route


Crossing the Presi-ridge in 80-mph winds


Kings Ravine!


Early season = awesome climbing


Crossing the Alpine Garden after a successful day in Huntington’s


Topping out in Huntington’s


The award

This October MMG founder, senior guide, and guide mentor Art Mooney was the recipient of the 2014 American Mountain Guides Association  “Outstanding Guide Award”. As a mentee of Art I have been lucky enough to experience, first hand, the power of his presence and witness the excellence with which he practices his profession. This award is an acknowledgement by the AMGA community of this dedication and  his contributions to the profession of mountain guiding.


Art Mooney in action

To many of us who know him, Art has represented the best of guiding in the United States. His mentorship of aspiring guides has helped many reach their full potential. His family, friends, and the MMG team couldn’t be more proud Art. We are all very lucky to shared the mountains with him.

Thank you are for all you have done and continue to do.


Alex Teixeira