International Mountain Guides Climbing and Mountaineering Expeditions

Our Sponsors and Corporate Partners

 

 

International Mountain Guides Sponsors

IMG is fortunate to have a long term and close working relationship with some special friends and partners in the outdoor industry. JanSport, Eureka, Outdoor Research, Adventure Medical Kits, and CTT Destinations have been with us for many years. We appreciate the relationship we have developed with these companies and are proud to be associated with each of these quality and supportive organizations. It's nice to have partners that are responsive to our needs and to the industry at large.

Eureka has redesigned their four-season tent line which we've been using now for several years on programs ranging from Mt. Rainier to Everest. Our guides are outfitted with Outdoor Research clothing and accessories because we think OR gear is the best: it is functionally designed to meet the rigors of the extreme conditions we encounter in the mountains. Another example of a natural working relationship is Adventure Medical Kits. We started using Adventure Medical Kits on our big expeditions, got in touch with the company for specific needs and now all our guides carry AMK kits designed especially for the stringent requirements of mountain guides. You can't get any better than that. CTT Destinations continues to provide our IMG customers with a superb level of service related to their travels to and from the mountains. Finally, JanSport joins us as our new backpack partner. We worked with Skip and the JanSport crew back in the old days, and it is great to be build a new tradition with them.

We look forward to continuing to climb and work with all of these valued partners.

JanSport



Eureka Tents



OR Outdoor Research Gear



Adventure Medical Kits



CTT Destinations Travel



Mountain Gear



Eureka tents at Camp 5 on the North Side of Everest. Photo by Dave Hahn.
I wanted to thank one more time our sponsors. They had vision back when a lot of people were calling us crazy. Thanks again.
~Eric Simonson, from Everest Base Camp after his 1999 expedition found the body of George Mallory.
Tap Richards with an ice axe relic found from an early Chinese climb on the North Side of Everest
 
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