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Read our most up-to-date guidance for COVID-19, and see a timeline of our responses through the pandemic.

All participants and leaders must agree to the COVID-19 Code of Conduct before participating with activities, courses, events, or lodge stays with The Mountaineers.

Pad & Pencil Icon *Recent* Trip Reports
Basic Rock Climb - Yellowjacket Tower/East Flank 7a64680452234d86b20e77244e8c8a7d on October 4
Test Trip Report edaf6fb6baf3e3bbc131ea3cb5d1948a2560 on October 3
FLOW - Fun and Learning on the Water - Deception Pass 5444681a74ba4c8888ae48a24ed6e1b6 on October 2
FLOW - Fun and Learning on the Water - Deception Pass 5444681a74ba4c8888ae48a24ed6e1b6 on October 2
Day Hike - Narada Falls & Reflection Lakes Loop ea8a7292a83b9f2ac78e1b72d4e2b54bc579 on October 2
Alpine Scramble - Steamboat Prow & Mount Ruth edaf6fb6baf3e3bbc131ea3cb5d1948a2560 on October 2

Latest Updates from the Blog

 
The Nature of Belonging

The Nature of Belonging

In this feature from Mountaineer magazine, learn about how The Mountaineers is working to make sure all people feel belonging within our organization.

Mountaineer of the Week: Louise Suhr

Mountaineer of the Week: Louise Suhr

Meet Louise, a Mountaineers member who began volunteering back in 1999 and has been addicted to spending time with The Mountaineers community ever since!

Impact Report for Fiscal Year 2021: The Mountaineers Annual Report

Impact Report for Fiscal Year 2021: The Mountaineers Annual Report

Read and celebrate the ways we elevated our mission through books and programs during fiscal year 2021. Our collective impact is made possible by the generosity of our community.

Remembering Mountaineer Pradnya Mohite

Remembering Mountaineer Pradnya Mohite

We're devastated to report the tragic passing of beloved Mountaineers volunteer Pradnya Mohite.

Recycle Your Empty IsoPro Fuel Canisters at the Seattle Program Center

Recycle Your Empty IsoPro Fuel Canisters at the Seattle Program Center

Learn more about how to recycle your empty isopro-style fuel canisters at The Mountaineers Seattle Program Center and keep this hazardous waste out of the landfill.

Announcing The Mountaineers Land Acknowledgment Statement

Announcing The Mountaineers Land Acknowledgment Statement

Land acknowledgments are a first step towards better honoring Native lands and peoples. Learn about our process of developing The Mountaineers land acknowledgment statement, and our commitment to showing respect, appreciation, and support for Native communities.

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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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