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Meet The Mountaineers - June 30

Interested in learning how to snowshoe, kayak, or navigate in the backcountry? Want to meet some new exploration buddies? Then come to The Mountaineers Seattle Program Center from 6:00-8:30pm on Monday, June 30th for Meet The Mountaineers! Read more…

Karen Sykes Shared Her Love for Trails with Thousands

The hiking community lost a passionate champion for trails this past week when hiking columnist and guidebook author Karen Sykes died in Mount Rainier National Park. Read more…

Website Triage, Fixes, and Enhancements

It's been nearly a month since we launched our new website, and we remain incredibly energized by the community's support of our new home and the positive impact this will have on our organization. Read more…

Two Film Nights planned for later in 2014

The first will be a “Continental Divide Trail Film Fest” that will feature two full-length documentary films about hiking the CDT, America’s longest (at 3,100 miles from Montana to New Mexico) and most challenging long-distance trail. Read more…

Registration Open for The Mountaineers 50-Year Member Luncheon

We are thrilled to be celebrating our honorary and fifty-year members of The Mountaineers and their guests an our annual luncheon. Read more…

Tacoma Mountaineers Honored at Red Cross Heroes Breakfast

On October 23, six Mountaineers climbers were honored at the 20th annual Pierce County Red Cross Heroes Breakfast for assisting a badly injured climber in an emergency in the wilderness. Read more…

Peakbaggers honored

On March 8th, 2014, The Mountaineers had their first of what is hoped to become a yearly tradition. Those who have climbed all 100 peaks of Mount Rainier are honored with a peak pin. Read more…

Loss of a beloved Everett Mountaineer

We're sad to report that we lost an Everett Branch Mountaineer on Saturday, January 18th. Franklin Bradshaw and a companion were on Lewis Peak when a cornice collapsed and Franklin was swept down the mountain in an avalanche. Read more…