Join our seasonal guide team!

Peak 7 creates first-rate backpacking, mountaineering, rock climbing, and white water rafting trips with a goal and mission to create life-changing adventures for youth and marginalized communities. We are searching for a diverse group of passionate and enthusiastic guides to facilitate these transformative experiences for the youth we serve.  

As a Peak 7 guide, you will get the unique opportunity to gain outdoor leadership skills and experience while serving youth alongside an incredible community of adventure-loving guides!

If you are someone who learns quickly, meets challenges with excitement, and you have experience working with youth and people from diverse backgrounds, apply for one of our seasonal guide positions today!
Training starts May 30, 2023, and the season runs until August 31, with a flexible end date.

All guiding positions include:
  • Housing
  • Wilderness First Responder training
  • Program-specific training such as mountaineering or raft guide school. 
  • The opportunity to expand your rock climbing, backcountry camping, group management, and leadership skills through our initial training time and on-the-job coaching. 
  • Guides will receive a stipend of up to $1500-3000 to help cover expenses (amount depends on position and is based on previous outdoor and leadership experience) and can raise additional funds as support.

Seasonal Guide Positions: 
Seasonal Coordinator - Seattle 
Position will remain open for applications until February 17

Seasonal Coordinator- Spokane
Position will remain open for applications until January 31

Seasonal Guide - Seattle
Seasonal Guide - Spokane
Whitewater Rafting Lead Guide

Seasonal Guide and Whitewater Rafting Lead Guide positions will remain open until filled.

Peak 7 Adventures is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We typically build teams in each area to include both male and female guides and value diversity of life experience, cultural competencies, and familiarity with the unique challenges faced by those with non-majority identities. We believe that it is important for youth who are people of color, first or second generation immigrants, and people with working class backgrounds to see themselves represented by their guides and leaders, and we strongly encourage people with identities in these or other marginalized communities to apply.
We are looking for applicants who have interpersonal skills such as self-awareness, risk-management, care for others, and the ability to manage conflict, group dynamics, and activities. Flexibility and adaptability is important, as due to the nature of our trips and partnerships, your schedule may change without much notice. Seasonal guide positions require strong interpersonal skills and experience in leadership. While outdoor experience is a plus, technical outdoor skills are not required for all positions. All guides will go through training at the beginning of the season to ensure they are well equipped with the skills that are necessary to facilitate first rate trips.
We are looking for people who have a strong personal faith and are passionate about sharing the love of Jesus Christ with others through actions and words.