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The Crew

"If you dig it, do it. If you REALLY Dig it, do it twice."

Wasatch Adventure Guides are Park City’s Ambassadors to the Outdoors. We love promoting the lifestyle and area we live in. Wasatch Adventure Guides is a four season Park City, Utah guide service that offers a variety of outdoor activities for all ages. Our tours include knowledgeable, experienced guides using top notch equipment. Our guides live here, play here and have called Utah home for a minimum of 10 years and are hand picked to provide you the best possible Park City outdoor adventure. We pride ourselves on creating an enjoyable and memorable experience on your trip to the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains. Our Private clients have also enjoyed trips to Utah’s “#MightyFive” National Parks or places like Jackson Hole , Wyoming. We look forward to being your guides on your next adventure.

Guide Bio Matt Mravetz
Matt Mravetz 

An expatriate of Ohio, Matt now calls Utah home. Matt has lived in Utah for 20 years working in the Outdoor Industry the entire time. He enjoys guiding because of the people he meets and moments he helps create/share. Preservation of the National Parks is a main passion for Matt due to his belief in keeping all that we have saved for future generations to enjoy. His favorite quote comes from John Muir : “Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are on dirt.” He is an IMBA (International Mountain Biking Association) certified Mountain Bike Instructor. Matt is a United States Army veteran, currently serves in the United States Air Force (Utah Air National Guard), has 3 children, and resides in Park City.

Pat Hike
Patrick Coffey

A Vermonter by birth and a Utahn by choice, Patrick has spent the past 8 years exploring every trail in Park City by bike, foot, and skis. A professed Nordic ski nerd and trail running lover, Patrick came to discover his passion for mountain biking upon arrival in Utah. The desert has become another world that he cannot get enough of. During time off when the weather is right, he can be found with his trusty sidekick, Stella the dog, exploring the canyons of Southern Utah from Robber’s Roost to Escalante National Monument. He feels that the best part of living in Utah is having the chance to share it with those who are looking for an adventure.

Kelli Spencer

From the beginning of my childhood, I was encouraged to wander, explore, and create. That basic principle of discovering the unknown has led me on a journey of big mountain exploring consisting of skiing, climbing, ice climbing, hiking, white water rafting, mountain biking and kayaking. I push every boundary and challenge myself constantly, both mentally and physically. I enjoy guiding because I am able to share my passion of outdoor adventures with people who don’t always get the opportunity to explore.

Guide Bio Tori Sowul
Tori Sowul

Tori Sowul is a free spirit who feels at home whenever she is in the mountains. A native to Park City, she loves sharing her active lifestyle, historic and cultural knowledge and funky hometown vibes with others.  In the winter,  she has hard time keeping composure on powder days and will let her natural stoke lead her to the best untouched pockets on the mountain.  Every other season, you can find her covered in dirt, smelling of campfire, and with awkward tan lines.  The phrase bike obsession wouldn’t do her justice – from cross country to the bike park, this gal loves to flow!  Outside of her own personal outdoor joy, Tori is extremely passionate about helping others learn, grow and explore in these activities.  She is an IMBA certified instructor and has her wildlife first aid; let her guide you through new and fun experiences!

Steve Mersereau Guide Bio
Steve Mersereau aka " Stevey G "

Steve has 30 years of executive level management experience, along with nearly 15 years of facilitating outdoor-based experiential leadership development programs. His passions include skiing, biking and running in the Wasatch mountains. During the winter he teaches adaptive skiing to individuals with mental and/or physical challenges. In his spare time, he’s the Associate Dean of Business Programs for Independence University.

Craig Stevens

Craig has spent the last 30 years exploring the most remote wilderness areas in the country.  With over 25 years of guiding experience from the mountains of the northeast, to the Rockies and remote flyouts to grizzly country in Alaska, he has the knowledge and skills to lead any level of adventurer.  Hiking and skiing are his two favorite past times, which he spends most of his time doing as much as possible.   When he is not traversing high peaks or ripping big lines in the backcountry in the winter, he is creating and booking the next great adventure for Wasatch Adventure Guides.