Mark Tucker

Mark Tucker

Guide

Born and raised in Southern California, it quickly became clear that Mark Tucker loves not only the beach but the nearby mountains. He has guided over 250 expeditions both at home and abroad. After his summit of Carstensz Pyramid, he joined the Seven Summit Club.

Mark was a member of the 1990 Peace Climb, becoming the 306th ascent to summit Mount Everest and the 1st Southern Californian. Mark has been guiding for over 20 years.

Climbing Resume

  • 15 expeditions on Mt. Everest (29,035’): Five-time Expedition Leader, Member, Tri-nation Peace Climb (summit 1990)
  • 106 summits of Mount Rainier, Washington (14,410’)
  • 6 expeditions on Denali, Alaska (20,320’)
  • 43 expeditions on Kilimanjaro, Tanzania (19,340’)
  • Ecuador Volcanoes: 1 expedition on Chimborazo (20,208’), 3 expeditions on Cotopaxi (19,348’), 1 expedition on Cayambe (18,997′)
  • 15 expeditions on Aconcagua, Argentina (22,841’)
  • Mexico Volcanoes: 9 expeditions on Pico de Orizaba (18,410’), 2 expeditions on Popocatepetl (17,930’), 7 expeditions on Iztaccihuatl (17,160’)
  • Bolivia: 12 expeditions on Huayna Potosi (19,870’),
  • 5 expeditions on Illimani (21,201’) 5 expeditions on Mt. Blanc, France (15,770’)
  • Gunnjornsfjeld, Greenland (12,168’) – Tallest peak in the Artic Circle
  • 10 expeditions on Mt. Elbrus, Russia (18,481’)
  • 4 expeditions on Mt. Vinson, Antarctica (16,067’)
  • Antarctic Peninsula (ski mountaineering)
  • 2 South George Island Shackleton Traverses
  • Mt. Aspiring, New Zealand (9,944’)
  • 2 expeditions on Carstensz Pyramid, Indonesia
  • 5 summits of Mount Hood
  • 4 summits of Mount Baker
  • 4 summits of Mount Adams
  • 4 summits of Mount Whitney
  • Mount Shuksan
  • Ouray Ice climbing work shop
  • 3 treks/climbs on Dolomites Via Ferrata
  • 3 climbs on Island Peak, Nepal
  • Peak Loboche, Nepal
  • Mount Kenya, Africa – Technical route up Nelion

Certifications

  • Wilderness First Responder
  • U.S. Avalanche Level II Responder
  • U.S. Crevasse and Vertical Rock Rescuer
  • National Park Service Mountain Rescuer
  • Search and Rescue Response Team
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