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How We’re Reducing Our Carbon Footprint: Offsets

How We’re Reducing Our Carbon Footprint: Offsets

Carbon offsets are one way to help reduce the carbon footprint of your adventures. Learn more about carbon offsets and some issues to keep in mind in this blog from our Carbon Footprint Reduction Committee.

Gala Auction Items: Waterfront Getaway on Lake Wenatchee, Luxury Sailboat Cruise, and More!

Gala Auction Items: Waterfront Getaway on Lake Wenatchee, Luxury Sailboat Cruise, and More!

It’s your last chance to register before our online auction goes live on April 22! Sign up today to get the first chance to bid on your new favorite vacation, gear, artwork, and unique experiences. Open to all members and non-members.

Get Ready to #GiveBIG On May 4 & 5

Get Ready to #GiveBIG On May 4 & 5

Join us on May 4 and 5 as The Mountaineers rallies with nonprofits across the Pacific Northwest to celebrate #GiveBIG and kick off a month-long grassroots fundraising campaign to protect the future of outdoor education.

Announcing Our Equity & Inclusion Strategy + April 21 Town Hall

Announcing Our Equity & Inclusion Strategy + April 21 Town Hall

Join us on April 21 to dive into The Mountaineers organizational Equity & Inclusion (E&I) strategy and priorities.

Mountaineers Programming and the Coronavirus

Mountaineers Programming and the Coronavirus

Visit this blog to see a timeline of our responses to COVID-19, and follow the link to our COVID-19 Response page to see all of the resources available for volunteers, members, guests, and staff.

Not Another Day at the Dog Park: Surviving a Cougar Attack at Cooper Lake

Not Another Day at the Dog Park: Surviving a Cougar Attack at Cooper Lake

In this feature from Mountaineer magazine, a Mountaineers member springs into action when a cougar attacks her dog while on a walk near Roslyn, Washington.

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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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