Don Nguyen is a multifaceted outdoorsman and guide. Don is a certified guide on Mt Rainier in Washington State, and many other peaks in the Pacific Northwest of USA, guiding people across glaciers up to remote summits. Don has also guided climbers to the summits of Denali in Alaska and Aconcagua in Argentina, and has worn WeatherWool to all of these summits. In addition, Don instructs technical climbing skills courses to every skill level, from first timers to US Special Forces members.
When Don is not on a mountain peak or tracking game, he is in a remote part of the world learning bushcraft from indigenous peoples. You can watch and learn some of what he’s documented on his blog, and Youtube Channel.
“I elk guide 90+ days a year in the backcountry on foot on and on horseback. I only use clothes and gear that will not let me down, from sweltering September bowhunts, to full winter conditions in November at 11,000 feet [3400 meters]. WeatherWool is the only choice.”