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3.3 - Volunteer Hours, Alerts & Notifications, Cloning

3.3 - Volunteer Hours, Alerts & Notifications, Cloning

Since our spring development cycle, we've added more new features and enhanced existing features. Highlights include improved volunteer hours tracking, setting up notifications for newly added courses, clinics, and seminars, cloning activities and events, and a new committee chair directory.

10 Essential Questions: Christian Fuchs

10 Essential Questions: Christian Fuchs

Meet Christian Fuchs, a hiker who always remembers to bring his camera and loves swimming in alpine lakes.

Gnar Face: A Slip on Aasgard Pass

Gnar Face: A Slip on Aasgard Pass

In this installment of Gnar Face, we read about an ill-fated day hike up Aasgard Pass and a reminder about the importance of pre-trip planning.

Fathers and sons on The Road to San Donato

Fathers and sons on The Road to San Donato

Male bonding? Check. Family heritage? Double check. "The Road to San Donato" is Rob Cocuzzo's new book about a bicycle trip with his father to a place his grandfather had always wanted to visit—and the family secrets that remained there for him to discover.

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!

Active Academics: A Student’s Back-To-School Guide To Staying Fit

Active Academics: A Student’s Back-To-School Guide To Staying Fit

In this piece from Mountaineer magazine, learn how a grad student balances work and much-needed time outdoors.

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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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