Rob Gowler

Location Jackson, WY

Role Senior Guide

Years Guiding 23

About Rob Gowler

Rob started guiding in 1995 and started guiding for JHMG in 1998.  He has made a lifestyle as a full time climber, skier, ultra runner, mountain biker and most recently as a paraglider pilot.  He has climbed and guided all over the world.  Rob has taken countless people up the Grand Teton as well as most of the other peaks in the Teton Range.  He has been a guide on Denali for the Alaska Mountaineering School since 2000 leading well over 20 expeditions to the highest peak in North America.  Rob also spends a lot of time behind the scenes guiding and rigging for Adventure style reality TV shows all over the world, from North of the Arctic Circle to New Zealand and everywhere in between.  Rob’s enthusiasm is contagious and where ever you may find your self adventuring with him you’ll soon realize that he knows just about everyone.


  • - WIlderness First Responder
  • - Avalanche Level 3


  • Thanks from all of us for making our expedition to the Grand such a wonderful time. Both Sam and Isaac enjoyed High Camp and the chance to stand on top of the Grand Teton. Your hospitality was exceptional! The usage of the hut really makes a difference.

    — Conrad
  • 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
  • If you want to climb safely with confidence and learn about WHAT you are actually doing and climbing…Pick JHMG.  Hands down the best guys for the job!  YEARS of experience and professionalism are very obvious from the moment you step inside the shop.  Nice guys, well trained and fun to climb with!

    — Darren Davis
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