GSG is proud to announce the latest addition to the Guide and Ambassador family, Joshua Reinig. Josh brings a wealth of experience to GSG team and is currently an AMGA Assistant Rock Guide and holds a Wilderness First Responder. Josh’s passion for climbing extends far beyond his pursuit of guiding and keeps him busy in multiple disciplines of the sport from big wall, mixed and ice, and the rarely frequented First Ascensionist mentality. His pursuit to live a full value lifestyle while being a father and husband to his family is something we admire and is a big part of the reason why we’ve brought Josh into the family. Please join us is welcoming Josh to the Golden State Guiding Family. For more info on Josh check out his Guide and Ambassador page on our website under the GSG Family tab.
Golden State Guiding is proud to announce the latest addition to the GSG Guide Family, Lauren Breitenbach. Lauren's been guiding in the Sierra professionally since 2015 and more recently achieved her SPI certification with the AMGA (American Mountain Guide Association) this past fall. Lauren is a Wilderness First Responder, co-founder of Aret Basewear, and a graduate of San Diego State University with a B.S. in Environmental Engineering. Click here to check out Lauren's guide page and learn more. Cheers to fun times ahead Lauren!
Politics are a slippery slope but it’s important to stand up for what you believe in. Golden State Guiding introduces people to the outdoors in a unique and special way through climbing which in turn creates greater advocacy for the places we love so much. Preservation of our lands for future generations should be our #1 priority. Yesterday president Trump signed two proclamations reducing the size of Bears Ears National Monument by more than 80% and Grand Staircase-Escalante Monument by close to 50%. Removing protections of these lands to sell to private interests will only benefit greedy corporations and destroy these natural places. Make a difference, be heard and get involved by following the links below.