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Nature's Way | Seabirds Abound in Puget Sound

Nature's Way | Seabirds Abound in Puget Sound

In this piece from Mountaineer magazine, we discuss the incredible variety of seabirds that can be spotted from Puget Sound.

10 Essential Questions: Brock Jones

10 Essential Questions: Brock Jones

Meet Brock Jones, the long-distance backpacker who is inspired by fellow Mountaineers that face their fears.

"Off The Trail" Practices to Inspire Change

"Off The Trail" Practices to Inspire Change

As The Mountaineers has embarked on our Vision 2022 Strategic Plan, we’ve been thinking more about our collective carbon footprint. It turns out, by starting small—with a great book—we can easily make a difference. As a donor, you make it possible for Mountaineers Books to effect easy and positive change. Our ability to publish these thoughtful titles would not be possible without the support of donors like you.

How To: Cross-Promote Other Committees as a Trip Leader

How To: Cross-Promote Other Committees as a Trip Leader

Anita Elder shares tips on what it means to her to be a trip leader for The Mountaineers, and how she gears her trips toward highlighting all of our great activities.

Secret Rainier | Copper and Iron Peaks

Secret Rainier | Copper and Iron Peaks

In this piece from Mountaineer magazine, Mickey Eisenberg, Gene Yore, and Steve McClure bring you beta on two beautiful peaks in Mount Rainier National Park.

This Mother's Day, we’re celebrating Mother Nature, the mom we all share.

This Mother's Day, we’re celebrating Mother Nature, the mom we all share.

We are grateful to Mother Nature, and will continue to enjoy and protect her for generations to come. That's why we'd like to invite you to join us!

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