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Seasonal Adventure Leader Position

Welcome to Summit Journeys, where adventure awaits!

Here at Summit Journeys, we take pride in our meticulous hiring processes to ensure that we assemble a team of highly skilled and dedicated professionals. Whether you are interested in joining our team as an experienced outdoor guide or are looking to develop your skills through our training programs, we are committed to finding individuals who are passionate about the great outdoors and enthusiastic about sharing unforgettable experiences with our clients.

Our Expectations


When reviewing applications, we carefully consider each applicant's resume, letter of intent, and their desired areas of learning and growth. We value individuals who are not only eager to further their knowledge but also bring unique perspectives and experiences that can contribute to our team's overall success.


To ensure we provide the best possible service to our clients, we appreciate it when applicants demonstrate their proficiency in specific skills relevant to the current season. This helps us ensure that we have a well-rounded team that is prepared to handle any challenges that come our way while maintaining the utmost safety for our clients.

Team Building

At Summit Journeys, we believe in fostering a collaborative and supportive work environment. We look for individuals who can bring their strong work ethic, effective communication skills, and ability to work well in teams. Our team members are detail-oriented, organized, and possess a proactive problem-solving mindset to ensure smooth trips and expeditions for our clients.

What is a Summit Journey Guide?

Summit Journeys provides outdoor adventures throughout the state of Utah for people to explore and expand their notion of their abilities. Summit Journeys’s programs include outdoor/indoor rock climbing, canoeing, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and overnight trips. Adventure Leaders must possess exceptional customer service, group facilitation, risk management, public speaking, and leadership skills.


Adventure Leadership

  • Lead trips, facilitate large and small groups, teach technical skills, and ensure risk management

  • Supervise and mentor support staff, interns and volunteers on trips

  • Assist in the development and execution of guide and volunteer trainings

Equipment & Vehicles

  • Organize, maintain, and repair equipment

  • Drive 15 passenger vans, large trucks and trailers


  • Assist in trip planning and adaptations

  • Assist with office projects.

  • Assist with outreach and special events

  • Give and receive feedback to co-workers and other staff

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