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Bryan Helped Max Teach his 6th-Grade Class About Ski & Avalanche Safety!!!

Max approached us with the following:  Read more…

DISCOVER TURKEY AS A ONE-OF-A-KIND TREKKING DESTINATION

Mark your calendar for an information session about trekking in Turkey, at 7pm on Friday September 19, 2014 at the Mountaineers Seattle Program Center.  Read more…

Volunteer Photo Librarian Wanted

This person will help us organize and access a large volume of images that contribute to the professional look of our magazines, website, and publications. Read more…

Where in the world do you dream of going?

Often members tell us 'We had no idea The Mountaineers led international and out of state trips!" Read more…

A slip on snow, a grab of the pack, trees escape a bruising

April 27 - Guye Peak - Scramble
Injury:  None
Cause: Slip on snow  Read more…

Website Launch Progress Report

We launched on Monday (May 5) with great anticipation from our members and community at large. While our new site isn't perfect for everyone, the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. We have a few bugs, which is to be expected with anything new, and we are really happy with our new home. We appreciate your continued patience and support as we settle in and make ourselves at home.  Read more…

Tacoma Branch Open House and Special Presentation

Tacoma Mountaineers Branch Orientation Open House and Saving the Grand Canyon of the Upper Amazon: 24 Days on the World's Most Endangered River by Jayson Owens on May 16th. Read more…

THANK YOU for giving BIG to support The Mountaineers!

The summer that I was three years old, my family went backpacking for three days, hiking three miles a day. At four years old, it was four days, four miles. You get the idea. This was part of my parents’ system for introducing us to the outdoors. Read more…