Moose’s Tooth

Ham and Eggs Couloir – V 5.8 AI4 – 10,300ft / 3139m.
Ham and Eggs is one of the most classic routes in the Alaska Range. This is a direct line to the true summit of the Moose’s Tooth. The climbing is moderate with many short steps of ice and rock climbing interspersed with easier snow climbing. Once on top of the couloir the climbing switches to classic Alaska Range corniced ridge climbing to the summit. Our guides have climbed and guided this route many times and multiple times in one season. This is a safe and classic line perfect to test your Alaska alpine climbing skills.

Is this trip for me?

This trip is designed for climbers with some previous alpine climbing experience looking to take it to the next level in the Alaska wilderness. We will cover all skills necessary to camp, travel, and climb safely in the Alaska Range.

Practical information:


The trip lasts 5 -7 days to allow for optimal weather and route conditions on the summit attempt.

Day 1: Meet in the early morning at AMS headquarters and sort person gear/pack for the flight. Fly and set up base camp.

Day 2 – 6: Climbing/Instruction/Weather days. The ascent of Ham & Eggs is a long day ascent. We use these days to prepare for the climb and or as weather days.

Day 7: Pack up and Fly out back to “civilization”, Talkeetna. Night at the world famous Fairview Inn.


Dates: Mid April – May
Trip Length: 5 – 7 days.

Skill Level

Able to follow WI 4 Ice & 5.6 Rock.


Upon registration we will send you a complete equipment list. We offer a full line of rental gear so you do not need to stress the cost of all the equipment, if you don’t already own it.


Contact us for pricing.

Guiding Ratio: 1:1 or 1:2


Included in Price:
– all guide fees and expenses.
– ski plane transportation to base camp.
– all food while out on the glacier.
– all group gear, ie tents, ropes, stoves, etc.

Not Included in Price:
– personal climbing equipment/rental
– transportation to/from Talkeetna, AK
– meals and drinks while in Talkeetna.
– travel insurance.

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