Noah Ronczkowski

Location Jackson, Wy

Role Guide

Years Guiding 7

About Noah Ronczkowski

Noah found rock climbing during his freshmen year of college in 2000 in the Midwest. After graduating with a degree in biology, he quickly moved to Bozeman, MT to pursue a career involving climbing and skiing. After a successful ski descent of Mount McKinley in 2010, he began guiding for Alaska Mountaineering School, and Jackson Hole Mountain Guides. Noah has spent his winters doing avalanche control on the Big Sky Ski Patrol since 2006. Big walls and long hauls on skis are the adventures that keep him busy when not working.

Certifications:

  • - Emergency Medical Technician
  • - Avalanche Level II
  • - CPR

Testimonials

  • JHMG knows their stuff! My instructors provided a wealth of knowledge for us to learn from and an awesome attitude that kept everyone stoked.

    — John Howland
  • I just wanted to thank you for setting us up with such unbelievable guides.  They were absolutely solid, professional and fun to be around.  We couldn’t have had better, nor better results.  That climb of the Grand is something I’ll never forget.  I will be back to climb Mt. Moran next.

    —  Paul Edelbrock
  • Noah was great. He was social, safety conscious and inspired me to do better. He is an excellent cook! He did a wonderful job of guiding me through a difficult challenge. I hope to climb with him again.

    — David Shaw
  • Nate and Noah were top notch, professional and safety first. I would use them both again, great guys, knowledgeable and prepared.

    — Doug Chinn
  • Totally positive experience climbing the Grand Teton that exceeded my expectations. Guides Nate, Jed and Noah were professional, knowledgeable, with great senses of humor, and I felt totally safe and encouraged to push my limits of climbing to gain confidence and still have fun.  Also to meet Rob Hess and share conversation at high camp was very memorable. The trip was well organized and executed with care and precision. The equipment and accommodations were premier…very comfortable and well laid out. The food was good and satisfying. JHMG made this trip the best climbing experience of my life. Well done JHMG!

    — Ed Erikson
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