Keith began his climbing endeavors on the trap rock cliffs of western Connecticut but moved up to the Granite State soon thereafter to pursue bigger and (more importantly) colder objectives. An ice climber at heart, Keith returns to the White Mountains every winter after spending the summer months guiding in the Teton and Wind River ranges.
Keith greatly values the combination of accessibility, variety and consistency of climbing in the northeast and believes those 3 traits make New Hampshire one of the best climbing venues in the country!
When he’s not guiding, Keith enjoys exploring remote ice climbs in Northern Quebec, fly fishing and tinkering on his truck.
Keith is an AMGA certified Rock Guide and a member of Mountain Rescue Service.