Welcome to Wylark!

In operation since 2018, Wylark offers guided rock and alpine climbing, guided backcountry ski touring, and outdoor education in our permit areas located in Oregon and Washington.

Our approach is to tailor each trip to our guests' unique desires and backgrounds. Even when a specific objective is the goal, there are always new things to learn along the way. We will help you unlock new ways to be efficient, safe, and happy when recreating in the outdoors. We welcome guests of all backgrounds and life experiences.

We can be reached anytime by email at or by phone at (503) 482-4926!

Education and Experience

Generally speaking, our educational programs have fixed dates on the calendar that we schedule ahead of time. Our guided trips can be scheduled on an ad-hoc basis on dates that you pick. That said, we are happy to offer our educational programs to private groups upon request.

Our guides adhere to the AMGA's SOP when working in technical terrain which ensures that they work only in terrain for which they are trained to guide. This is slowly becoming the industry standard and we are proud to uphold this practice as the professionalism of mountain guiding in North America increases.

Upcoming Trips

Activity Status Venue Date(s)
Leave No Trace Skills Course
$195
OPEN Mount Hood National Forest August 17th –
August 18th, 2024
Leave No Trace Skills Course
$195
OPEN Mount Hood National Forest September 7th –
September 8th, 2024
Leave No Trace Skills Course
$195
OPEN Gifford Pinchot National Forest September 28th –
September 29th, 2024
Leave No Trace Skills Course
$195
OPEN Mount Hood National Forest October 5th –
October 6th, 2024

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Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

Set your sights on area classics or discover new, off-the-beaten path crags with great climbing.

Alpine Climbing

Alpine Climbing

Let's go where the trees don't grow.

Skills

Skills

Improve your knowledge of ropework, technical systems, rescue techniques, trip planning, and more.

Education

Education

Learn how to minimize your impact when recreating, or how to provide care for someone in an extended, wilderness setting.

Let's get something on the books

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