Benegas Brothers Expeditions

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Seasons Greetings


Benegas Brothers Expeditions

What a year! The past twelve months have sparkled with treks to Ama Dablam and Everest in Nepal, an all-women yak trek to Alaska, and tons of rock climbing in Utah. We have a crew of climbers currently ascending Aconcagua, and of course, continue to film the exciting Benegas Brothers ESPN series – check out the latest on our Vimeo Channel!

And here’s to an incredible 2018! We’re looking forward to sharing some amazing adventures with you –  including our upcoming Mexico Volcanoes climb, Aconcagua climbs, summits of Mera, Baruntse, and Everest; and in Europe, training in Chamonix, and Mount Elbrus – the dormant volcano in the stunning Caucasus Mountains of Southern Russia, from our “Seven Summits Series”.

Thank you for bringing your truly outstanding skills and energy to BBE, and for helping to make this such a beautiful climbing community.

Willie, Damian, and The Team at BBE


We’re forever grateful to people who leave us testimonials, and we love it when our new climbing partners around the world become ‘family’!

Happy new year from all of us at BBE, your Utah mountain guides.

There’s a lot more to high altitude climbing expeditions than just getting to the top. Team dynamics, the opportunities to learn skills, making life long friends, enjoying new cultures and cuisine are some of the important elements of an expedition.

In my experience, few provide a more complete, safe and rewarding expedition experience than the Benegas Brothers. When it comes to expedition judgement, safety and climbing ethics, Willie and Damian set the bar as high as the mountains they climb. My son Matt and I have 100% trust and confidence in Willie and Damian and when I’m not climbing with Matt, it’s reassuring to know he’s with Benegas Brothers.

Mike Moniz, 2014

Georgie Davenport
About the Author
Georgie began working with Damian and Willie in 2008, whilst also running an adventure travel company in Patagonia. Nowadays now runs BBE’s expedition planning and logistics, as well as Everest Base Camp, down to the finest detail, to ensure the highest safety standards possible and maximize chances of a successful summit. Georgie adores skiing and fly fishing, and lives in the Pyrenees’s Val D’Aran. She is a USA certified NREMT-Paramedic and AHA Basic Life Support Instructor. Languages spoken: English and fluent Spanish.