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Secret Rainier | The Spires of Mount Rainier

Secret Rainier | The Spires of Mount Rainier

In this piece from Mountaineer magazine, Mickey Eisenberg, Gene Yore, and Steve McClure bring us beta on Tokaloo Spire and K Spire in Mount Rainier National Park.

Outside Insight | That Could Never Happen To Me: When Luck Runs Out

Outside Insight | That Could Never Happen To Me: When Luck Runs Out

In this piece from Mountaineer magazine, climber and leadership coach Tracy Rekart shares the story of her partner's climbing fall, and the importance of vigilance in the outdoors.

10 Essential Questions: Brian Booth

10 Essential Questions: Brian Booth

Meet Brian Booth, a 28-year member and leader who thru-hiked the PCT, is IN Freedom 6, and always carries a 4-inch ruler to help him identify and photograph animal tracks.

An Open Letter to Recent Glacier Climbing Grads

An Open Letter to Recent Glacier Climbing Grads

Teresa Hagerty leads new mountaineering mentees into the great white world of glacier climbing every year. In this open letter, read the advice she offers to her recent grads.

Did You Know? A Mysterious Package in the Night

Did You Know? A Mysterious Package in the Night

In this piece from Mountaineer magazine, we hear about a mysterious package from a longtime reader.

No Man's Land Film Festival - Aug 30

No Man's Land Film Festival - Aug 30

No Man's Land Film Festival is the premier all-women adventure film festival based out of Carbondale, Colorado and on tour internationally. Join us at the Seattle Program Center on August 30 to experience these incredible stories.

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