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Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Everest Peace Climb - Sept 17

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Everest Peace Climb - Sept 17

Twenty-five years ago Cold War Enemies, united by climbing, stood together on the highest point on earth honoring world peace and the environment. Join us September 17 to celebrate this ground-breaking anniversary.


Everest: Reading About the Top of The World

Everest: Reading About the Top of The World

If the new Everest movie leaves you wanting more high-altitude adventures, here are six great reads


Explore Northern Patagonia -  Info Session Sept 26

Explore Northern Patagonia - Info Session Sept 26

Find out more about our Patagonian adventure in an information session on Saturday, Sept 26 at 6:30pm at the Mountaineers Seattle Program Center.


Act now to Help Save the Land and Water Conservation Fund

Act now to Help Save the Land and Water Conservation Fund

We need your help: the Land and Water Conservation Fund is one of the most effective tools we have to conserve land and improve outdoor recreation opportunities—and it's going to expire forever on September 30 unless Congress reauthorizes it.


100 Friends of 100 Classic Hikes

100 Friends of 100 Classic Hikes

In 2016, Mountaineers Books will release a brand new edition of “100 Classic Hikes: Washington.” We’re looking for 100 friends to help us introduce the next generation of hikers to the most wonderful wild places in Washington.


Amazon Smile for the Outdoors

Amazon Smile for the Outdoors

Support The Mountaineers by doing your online shopping with AmazonSmile.


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Loni Uchytl Volunteer Profile

I love the commitment that the Mountaineers has to the community, the environment and its members. We are always trying to grow, improve and lead by example. Volunteers have a voice here and there is such a commitment to excellence it's inspiring to be a part of that process."
Loni Uchtil
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