57hours Mountaineering App

Jan 24, 2019

Category: Tech

Life is all about balance, so spending more time outdoors is the perfect remedy for living in a hyper-digital world. The 57hours mountaineering app will help you find adventure with confidence, as it helps you pair up with certified mountain guides.

The range of time from 3:00 p.m. Friday until midnight on Sunday is 57 hours, which is your time to ditch the cubicle and explore the peaceful peaks outside the city you call home. You can book a trip for rock climbing, backcountry skiing, and avalanche education in a matter of minutes using this app. Check out the most popular mountaineering locations in America, Asia, and Europe. You can take care of everything to get you climbing or skiing in no time, including booking your trip, accessing your guide’s calendar, setting up meeting details, and grabbing the required gear. Every guide on 57hours is certified by the American Mountain Guides Association. Download the app today, push yourself to the limit, and enjoy the change in perspective.

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