Already August!

This guiding season has been the busiest I can remember, and I’ve been fortunate to guide 4-5 days a week. It hasn’t left much time for blogging since I spend my free time adventuring with Alex. Check out my recent post on to see what we’ve been up to.

I’ve uploaded the last few weeks of photos to the EMS Schools Facebook page, here’s a link to the album:

See you in the mountains!

About David Lottmann

David has devoted his entire adult life to climbing - pushing his grade on recreational objectives and working as a professional mountain guide. After a stint in the United States Marine Corp, he was hired as a rock and ice instructor and since has expanded his repertoire to include alpine, skiing and avalanche education. David is an aspirant Rock Guide through the American Mountain Guide Association [AMGA], an American Institute for Avalanche Awareness and Education [AIARE] Course Leader, holds a Wilderness First Responder [WFR] and is a volunteer member of Mountain Rescue Service [MRS] and Androscoggin Valley Search and Rescue [AVSAR]. In his free time, you will find David blogging, mountain biking, kayaking, hiking, skiing, sharing micro-brews with friends or in the kitchen working on a new recipe in his home town of Conway, New Hampshire. He resides there with his wife, Michelle, his son, Alex and daughter, Madalena.
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2 Responses to Already August!

  1. Ralph says:

    David – A buddy recommended your services…I’m looking for a climbing guide this Tuesday 9/2. I know its last minute…let me know if you’re available. Thanks, Ralph 845-406-8648


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