PROFESSIONAL MOUNTAIN GUIDING SINCE 1985.
Sawtooth Mountain Guides are your experts for climbing, hiking, backcountry skiing, and avalanche education near Stanley, Sun Valley, and Boise. Come experience the scenic Sawtooths and let us lead you on the perfect mountain adventure!
We have rock climbs and peak ascents for never-evers and hardcores alike.
From powder glades to open bowls to rock-lined couloirs, we have terrain for everyone.
The Sawtooth Mountains are a world-class hiking and backpacking destination.
We're fanatical about the mountains and eager to pass on our knowledge to others.
Our extensive ski terrain ranges from the easily-accessible powder slopes and chutes of Galena and Banner Summits to the jaw-dropping ruggedness of the Sawtooth Range. Whether on a day trip or based at our comfortable hut, we have something for everyone.
Our guides have a winning combination of talent, training, and experience. We are the only guide service in Idaho to be accredited by the American Mountain Guides Association and our professional guides have been providing quality mountain experiences for 30 years.
The entire experience was fun, challenging, personally meaningful. I came away feeling confident and incredibly proud of myself. I can’t wait to return for another adventure in the future!!
Sawtooth Mountain Guides is without a doubt one of the best guide services in the country. If you want the adventure of a lifetime, seek out these talented folks.
Trust this company to facilitate your outdoor adventure and prepare to be impressed! We had the BEST. TRIP. EVER.
Needless to say our two boys loved the trip. We created incredible memories that will last a lifetime. We hope to return someday!
No matter your skill level, a good mountain guide can always enhance the experience with local knowledge and helping you hone your abilities
The experience was more than we would have asked for. Great guides, with exceptional service. We hope to use them again.
SMG guide @tanner.haskins gettin some on his birthday. Look like some snow in the forecast for the weekend – keep your fingers crossed!
The upside of extended high pressure is getting to ski some steeper lines in early December. Photo: @tanner.haskins Skier: @yetiswan
Sometimes 5” of new snow makes all the difference
New stainless steel countertop at the #williamspeakhut