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Global Adventures 2020 - Find Your Adventure

Global Adventures 2020 - Find Your Adventure

From a Peruvian trek to skiing in the Alps, we have a great variety of Global Adventures for you to choose from. Register now, our trips fill up fast.

Cocktails for Conservation Rooftop Party - Sep 25

Cocktails for Conservation Rooftop Party - Sep 25

Join The Mountaineers on Wednesday, September 25, at the new Mountaineering Club on the rooftop of Seattle's Graduate Hotel to enjoy a cocktail for a cause: protecting our public lands!

The Little Things: Moss Blankets and Raining Lichen

The Little Things: Moss Blankets and Raining Lichen

In this piece from Mountaineer magazine, we explore the ancient and exciting world of our local mosses and lichens.

American Team Makes First Ascent of Link Sar In Karakoram

American Team Makes First Ascent of Link Sar In Karakoram

Steve Swenson, Mountaineers Books author and a member of our Board of Directors, made the the first ascent of Link Sar with climbing partners Graham Zimmerman, Chris Wright, and Mark Richey.

Nature's Way | Orcas of the Salish Sea

Nature's Way | Orcas of the Salish Sea

In this piece from Mountaineer magazine, we peek into the lives of our local Orcas.

Get More Kids Outside More Often

Get More Kids Outside More Often

Every year The Mountaineers spends over $30,000 on transportation costs for our youth programs. Today we are asking our community to help us buy a van to call our own, allowing us to reinvest those funds back into our youth and programs. Would you join us in making a gift to get more kids outside more often?

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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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