High Mountain Guides
High Mountain Guides is a friendly and professional Mountain Guiding company run by Rob Jarvis, International Mountain Guide (IFMGA) & Mountaineering Instructor (MIC). We provide enjoyable, challenging & informative climbing, skiing & mountaineering courses and private guiding for individuals & small groups. We are proud of the inspiring experiences we give people in the mountains & we hope you can join us soon. In the meantime, good training! Rob.
30 November 2020 – Aravis & Chamonix Mountain Walking, Rock Climbing & Mountaineering For those lucky enough to be in the hills, and not down in the heavy & cold […]
17 October 2020, Good Snowy Conditions Around The Aiguille du Midi, Chamonix Great weather and enjoyable snowy conditions saw plenty of teams enjoying both skiing and climbing around the Col […]
It has been an impressively snowy start to the autumn season in the Mont Blanc Massif and northern Alps in general with loads of precipitation and plenty of it falling […]
What Our Guests Say
Thank you for a great weekend and the pictures, Really magical! An amazing introduction weekend to mountaineering!
It gave me a great insight to what mountaineering entails; hiking/climbing up peaks while challenging yourself physically and mentally to reach the summit and have a breath taking view and realizing how much more there is to explore. Would love to go again…Sophie
Zermatt & Saas Fee 4000m Peaks WeekendSophie Hane-Weijman, Breithorn, Allalinhorn & Alpine Mountaineering Intro, Oct 20
I enjoyed the week very much and it was great fun to climb with Tim. It took me back to my original start in rock climbing, which was climbing outcrops in the peak district. Yes, the weather was disappointing, but Tim managed to find somewhere for us to climb everyday.
So please convey my thanks to Tim for a great week’s climbing notwithstanding all the challenges of Covid and the weather. He was a great companion and I felt in safe hands. I look forward to being back climbing in Chamonix next year and having a go at the Mer de Glace face of the Grepon”. Peter.