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What does membership mean to you?

Members join our community for all sort of reasons. Some folks simply want to support our mission to get more people outside. Others are passionate about our commitment to bring outdoor experiences to young people through our youth programs. And many more join to learn specific skills or increase competencies to better enjoy their outdoor pursuits. Read more…

Mountaineers Board of Directors Election Results are in!

Ballots have been cast and the results are in! Your new at large board members are: Read more…

10 Essential Questions: Isabel Suhr

For our member profile this month we spoke with Isabel Suhr, a graduate of our MAC (Mountaineers Adventure Club), about who inspires her and why she volunteers.  Read more…

Switzerland's Via Alpina Trek

Guten Morgen family and friends,

I just completed leading The Mountaineers club Switzerland Via Alpina trek. It was outstanding, fabulous, perfect - one of the best ever. Everyone loved it! Read more…

Bellingham Branch Leadership Opportunities

There are three positions still needed to round out the Branch Council and all of them require the following:  Read more…

Open House & Speaker Series - Nov 21

Tacoma Mountaineers Branch Open House and Day Hiking the San Juans and Gulf Islands with Craig Romano Read more…

Tacoma Program Center Outdoor Climbing Wall

Thanks to the generous donations of so many of you on July 1, 2014, The Tacoma Mountaineers installed an outdoor climbing wall at our Tacoma Program Center. Read more…

Weed Watchers finish up the season!

It was another successful season! Wilderness Weed Watcher volunteers plodded along trails throughout the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest’s wilderness areas this past summer in search of invasive weeds. Many invasive plants were documented along nearly a dozen trails and 50 miles of our protected lands. The discovery of these plants reemphasizes the importance of this work – we’re doing our best as responsible recreationalists to protect the places we love so much. Read more…