Guide Pete Keane

Pete Keane

Pete is Director of Timberline Mountain Guides, Inc. and has been climbing since 1982 and guiding since 1989. Pete is a member of the Instructor Pool of the American Mountain Guides Association – training the next generation of certified guides in the United States. While he enjoys rock climbing in the desert and backcountry skiing, his favorite thing to do in the off-season is to spend as much time as possible with his sons, Finn and Calvin.

You can keep up with Pete’s recent excursions on Pete’s blog.

Major Climbs

Pete has made 5 expeditions to Alaska, including successful ascents of:

  • Cassin Ridge on Denali (6,194 meters)
  • Ham and Eggs on the Moose’s Tooth and the Southwest Ridge of Peak (11,300 feet)
  • has climbed Khan Tengri in Kyrgyzstan (6,995 meters)

And attempts on:

  • Bonnington Route on the South Face of Annapurna I (8,091 meters)
  • attempted Pik Pobeda in Kyrgyzstan (7,439 meters)