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Mt. Rainier Summit Climb

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Climb to the Summit of Mt. Rainier

Washington’s highest peak truly lives up to its definition as one of the pinnacles of mountaineering glory. Standing 14,411 feet high, Rainier is the second-highest mountain in the lower 48 and tallest peak in Washington. This mountain remains the ultimate goal on many climbers’ bucket lists.

This opportunity includes a one-day mountaineering course, a three-day climb of Mount Baker, and a four-day summit of Mount Rainier on July 28 – 31. The route climbed is either the Disappointment Cleaver or the Emmons Glacier.

Two Climbs, Fundraising for a Cause, and Skills to Last a Lifetime

This climb is more than just one mountain. You participate in our beginner and intermediate mountaineering courses, which also include a summit of Mount Baker. Our skilled instructors teach you to become a climber, not just a client.