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Announcing Our Equity & Inclusion Strategy + April 21 Town Hall

Announcing Our Equity & Inclusion Strategy + April 21 Town Hall

Join us on April 21 to dive into The Mountaineers first organizational Equity & Inclusion (E&I) strategy and priorities.

Mountaineers Programming and the Coronavirus

Mountaineers Programming and the Coronavirus

Visit this blog to see a timeline of our responses to COVID-19, and follow the link to our COVID-19 Response page to see all of the resources available for volunteers, members, guests, and staff.

Last Chance to Reserve a Four-Course Dinner for Two for The Mountaineers Annual Gala

Last Chance to Reserve a Four-Course Dinner for Two for The Mountaineers Annual Gala

Reserve your four-course dinner from Kaspars Catering to enjoy during our virtual Annual Gala. We also invite you to take a look at our unbeatable travel, experiential, and gear auction packages.

Not Another Day at the Dog Park: Surviving a Cougar Attack at Cooper Lake

Not Another Day at the Dog Park: Surviving a Cougar Attack at Cooper Lake

In this feature from Mountaineer magazine, a Mountaineers member springs into action when a cougar attacks her dog while on a walk near Roslyn, Washington.

Trip Report | Oregon Winter Adventure: Ecola State Park, Haystack Rock (Cannon Beach), and Hug Point

Trip Report | Oregon Winter Adventure: Ecola State Park, Haystack Rock (Cannon Beach), and Hug Point

In this trip report, hear about some of the history, geology and art that can be enjoyed on the Oregon Coast.

Why We Need a Bold Investment in the Forest Service

Why We Need a Bold Investment in the Forest Service

The Forest Service and other land management agencies have been starved for funding for decades. Here’s why we need a bold investment to protect our National Forests, and what you can do to help.

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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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