Our Owners/Guides

John Sidik and Noah Kleiner

Growing up on the coast of Maine has its perks; one is being able to climb. Noah and John have been climbing for a combined 20 years. We started this company with the idea of being able to bring people into the outdoors and experience what we are most passionate about. We know Camden Maine is a special place and our passion is creating an intimate way to experience it while having fun! 

See you on the rock!

- John and Noah


Noah Kleiner

Noah Kleiner

Noah Kleiner started climbing in 2006 during an orientation trip at College of the Atlantic. He fell in love with climbing and went on to become a licensed Maine Guide and Single Pitch Instructor as well as an Aspirant Moutain guide. He also has a Wilderness First Responder Certification from SOLO. Noah has been working for three summer seasons as a guide for Atlantic Climbing School. He is a passionate traditional climber and fortunate enough to have had climbing adventures across the country. Remembering all the while, that "the best climber is the one having the most fun"!

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John Sidik

John Sidik Studied Professional ski and Snowboard Guiding at Colorado Mountain College. He holds a Single Pitch Instructor certificate and is a certified instructor for The American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education. He also has a Wilderness First Responder Certification from Wilderness Medicine of Utah. John has been teaching avalanche education for Synnott mountain guides for the past two winters. He has a passion for the outdoors and teaching others about the wide world around us.

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Abby Rowe

Abby Rowe

Abby has a passion for place-based education and has been teaching in the outdoor education field for over 25 years. Her work has allowed her to spend countless hours on the coast of Maine as an instructor and course director for Hurricane Island Outward Bound, mentor college outdoor leaders while directing the Outdoor Education Program at Colgate University, teach people how to respond to medical emergencies as an instructor for Wilderness Medical Associates, and help people fuel their love of adventure and need for reflection while rock climbing in the Northeast. Abby loves to skis, sail, and climb in her free time. She is lucky enough to live next to Acadia National Park where she frequently does all three of these things with her partner and dog right outside her back door.

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