Tonya Clement is a devoted alpinist who found her passion for climbing mountains later in life. Soon the hills of Colorado were not enough and she began exploring mountains in far away places like Nepal, Peru and Africa....she jokes that things went uphill fast. Her ultimate high point was Mt. Everest where she met and fell in love with her husband Brad. Together they depend on Marmot for Life and all the precious moments it offers.
A high altitude filmmaker and mountain guide, Brad Clement simply loves the mountains and has dedicated his personal and professional life to climbing. He even met his wife, Tonya, on the slopes of Mt. Everest! Brad has a contagious passion for the outdoors and enjoys more than anything the ability to take others into the mountains, either literally on foot or through stories caught on film.
- Stefan Glowacz is a professional climber who travels the world seeking remote walls and high adventure.
Pete Takeda is a recognized all-around rock, ice and alpine climber. He’s competed in the ESPN Winter X-Games and climbed in Alaska, Canada, Iceland, Europe, Mexico, Australia and Scotland.
Climbing has taken him around the world, attempting and putting up new routes or speed ascents in the Himalaya, Alaska, Patagonia and Queen Maud Land, Antarctica - to name just a few of his expeditions. He has guided and or led expeditions to Everest, K2 (5 times) Makalu, Cho Oyu and the Gasherbrums, Nuptse South Face, Ama Dablam (5 times), Pumori and Cerro Torre. Fabrizio is one of the few climbers to go from K2 base Camp, 5000m, to camp 4, 7900m, and back to base camp in a 36 hour push. His main belief is speed is safety in the mountains, and really enjoys helping clients reach their goals! Fabrizio, 38 years old, has been climbing for 22 years, divides his time between Colorado and Europe when not climbing, skiing and guiding in Asia eight months a year. He is fortunate enough to be a member of the Marmot, CAMP/Cassin, SCARPA and Ames Adventure Outfitter climbing teams.
Where there is great uncertainty—where there is no audience and no reward other than a frozen sunrise—that’s where you’ll find the cult of Marmot’s dedicated alpine climbers. They scratch their way up rock and ice faces, teeter on snow-fluted arêtes and suffer the high-altitudes on the world’s biggest mountains from Alaska, to the Alps, to the mighty Himalaya.