About Me



Ryan Huetter grew up near the coastal tidewaters of the Puget Sound in Washington State, but has since traded moss and rain for the sunshine and splitter cracks of the Sierra Nevada.  Since graduating from Western Washington University in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Outdoor Adventure Management, Ryan has called the Sierra home. Beginning with leading extended backcountry mountaineering and backpacking trips for the Outward Bound School all over the range, he finally settled down in Mammoth Lakes to enjoy the unbelievable skiing and climbing the Eastside is famous for.
Ryan’s passion for climbing has taken him around the world, from Yosemite Valley where he has climbed more than 15 big walls including a 9 day ascent of Tribal Rite (5.10 A4), to 6 consecutive seasons in Patagonia where he has made many major ascents including Monte Fitz Roy and first ascents of remote alpine walls. 
But year after year, the Sierra Nevada remains Ryan’s base, and he loves introducing people to the Range of Light.  Ryan’s favorite Sierra climb is definitely the Third Pillar of Dana, of course coupled with fish tacos from the Mobil Station.

Certifications and professional courses include:
·      AMGA Certified Rock Guide
·      AMGA Alpine Guides Course
    AMGA Advanced Alpine/Aspirant Exam
·      AMGA Ice Instructor Course
·      AMGA Ski Guide Course
·      Wilderness First Responder
    AIARE Level 1 Avalanche Course Instructor
·      AIARE Level 3 Avalanche Certification