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Latest Updates from the Blog

Latest Updates from the Blog

 
Conservation Currents | Stewarding Washington’s Lands and Waters With The Mountaineers

Conservation Currents | Stewarding Washington’s Lands and Waters With The Mountaineers

In this piece from Mountaineer magazine, read about the thriving practice of stewardship at The Mountaineers, giving back to Washington's lands and waters.

50+ Year Member Lunch Recap 2024

50+ Year Member Lunch Recap 2024

Our 50+ Year Member Lunch event celebrates a community that transforms lives and makes the world a better place. Read about our 2024 event, featuring Mountaineers Books author Molly Hashimoto.

Mountaineer of the Week: Malcolm Moncheur

Mountaineer of the Week: Malcolm Moncheur

Meet Malcolm, a one-year member who enjoys being surprised by new things and tries to experience every day as an adventure.

Finding Confidence and Community in the Mountains

Finding Confidence and Community in the Mountains

In this feature from Mountaineer magazine, read how the Conditioning Hiking Series community instilled gratitude and courage in course graduate Amy Carlsen.

Spring Conservation Policy & Advocacy Update Recap

Spring Conservation Policy & Advocacy Update Recap

On June 4, 2024 our conservation team shared updates on our policy priorities and how The Mountaineers and partners are advocating for the outdoors. Read our event recap or watch the recording for current and upcoming opportunities to take action to conserve public lands and protect the outdoor experience.

Volunteer With the Seattle Hiking Committee: Biannual Officer Elections 2024

Volunteer With the Seattle Hiking Committee: Biannual Officer Elections 2024

The Seattle Hiking Committee will hold its biannual officer elections this September for fiscal years 2025-26. Read more about how you can volunteer your time and talents.

Overtraining, Undereating, and Bad Luck: A Mistake Maker’s Journey

Overtraining, Undereating, and Bad Luck: A Mistake Maker’s Journey

Learn from Climb Leader Lauren Allen about the importance of rest, why it can be so challenging, and how to embrace restful ways of engaging with the natural world and each other.

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When I joined The Mountaineers, people used to ask me, "Have you ever climbed a mountain before?". I wanted to put this to rest and enjoy the maximum time in the woods. I wanted to break stereotypes by inviting and showing ways for more people to enjoy the outdoors. I enjoy bringing diverse crowds into the mountains to share the awesome outdoors of the Pacific Northwest."

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