Beverly Mountain Guides (BMG) is New Mexico’s premiere climbing guide service for rock climbing, ice climbing, and backcountry skiing in the Southwest. Marc Beverly is a full licensed International Mountain Guide. Our guests enjoy climbing in the Sandia Mountains near Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Socorro, New Mexico, or backcountry skiing in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains near Taos and Santa Fe. Our guides have been trained or certified through the American Mountain Guides Association.
Regionally, we work in the San Juan Mountains (home of Ouray, Durango, and Silverton) in Colorado, the desert regions of Utah, Washington in the beautiful Cascade Mountain Range, and the infamous Red Rocks of Nevada. Internationally, we take guests to wonderful destinations such as the European Alps, South America, and Alaska. Our trips abroad are specialized for the individual or small group with focus on your goals and quality of experience being our priority. Beverly Mountain Guides is the only guide service providing American Institute of Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE) Level 1 Avalanche and AIARE Level 2 Avalanche courses in New Mexico, and is one of the only guide services run with a fully licensed International Mountain Guide.
BMG offers a full line-up of rock climbing, alpine climbing, and backcountry skiing. Peruse our web site to consider the options.
Taking an avalanche course is an absolute requirement for those going into the backcountry. We use a standardized curriculum from the American Institute of Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE). We teach courses in New Mexico and Colorado .
Our instructors offer you the best in today’s courses. Learn some of the best tricks and techniques to make you a better climber or outdoor adventurer. We instruct on-site as well as in the Southwest including Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Strike Rescue Courses
Strike Rescue (SR) is a rescue training company that concentrates on properly training and equipping teams to effectively respond to and execute rescues regardless of their size. These “compressed phase” rescues are faster and safer for both the rescuer and the subject.