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Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Everest Peace Climb - Sept 17

Twenty-five years ago Cold War Enemies, united by climbing, stood together on the highest point on earth honoring world peace and the environment. Join us September 17 to celebrate this ground-breaking anniversary.  Read more…

Seattle Wild Rivers Night - Sept 30

 

Admission is FREE and registering will guarantee entry at Wild Rivers Night.  Read more…

2015 Telluride Mountainfilm World Tour - Oct 15 & 16

Established in 1979, Mountainfilm is dedicated to educating, inspiring and motivating audiences about environments, cultures, issues and adventures. Read more…

Annual Potluck and Gear Grab, with Craig Romano

PLEASE JOIN US for the Everett Branch's annual POTLUCK and GEAR GRAB NIGHT. We enjoy a potluck before the branch meeting. Bring a dish to share. Bring your used equipment to sell, trade, or barter. Read more…

Everett Branch Youth Programs Kick Off With Smiles

Over the past four years, Mountaineers youth programs have grown at an extraordinary rate, all thanks to the commitment and investment of our volunteers and donors. This Friday, I had a chance to get out of the office and spend the afternoon with a remarkable group of young people and some incredible volunteers at our Everett Branch's first youth program. Read more…

Everett Mountaineers Awards Banquet

Join the Everett Mountaineers for our annual Awards Banquet on Saturday, November 1, 2014, with featured guest speaker and guidebook author Craig Romano. Read more…

Start of the Fire Lookout Season

The Mountaineers Everett Branch's Lookout and Trail Maintenance Crew’s 2014 season has begun! Member Bruce Wolverton describes 'opening season' at the Mt. Pilchuck lookout. 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…