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Mount Rainier

Postcard peak for Washington State

Known as Tahoma — The Big White One” — it is a mag­net for climbers of all lev­els who wish to expe­ri­ence high­er alti­tude moun­taineer­ing, train for big­ger ascents abroad, or sim­ply stand on top of Wash­ing­ton State’s most promi­nent icon one time in their lives. At 14,410 feet / 4392 meters, Mount Rainier is the high­est peak in the Cas­cade Range and the most heav­i­ly glaciat­ed moun­tain in the low­er forty-eight.” Rainier has it all — big glac­i­ers, big ele­va­tion gain, and a big reward! 

Price

  • Mount Rainier

    $2,100 – 5 Days

Dates

Policies

Itinerary

Flight Information

For sched­uled cours­es and climbs, you should fly into Seat­tle-Taco­ma Inter­na­tion­al Air­port (SeaT­ac). You are respon­si­ble for your trans­porta­tion to down­town Seat­tle. You will meet as a group with your guide(s) ear­ly morn­ing on Day 1 for an ori­en­ta­tion meet­ing and equip­ment check.

Note on Itin­er­ary: Although we do our very best to fol­low the sched­ule list­ed, the very nature of climb­ing in an alpine envi­ron­ment requires flex­i­bil­i­ty. This itin­er­ary is sub­ject to change due to inclement weath­er, unsafe route con­di­tions, and oth­er rea­sons beyond our control.

Equipment

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Elevation

14,410 ft / 4392 m

Route

Emmons/​Winthrop Glac­i­er Route

Client to guide ratio

4:2

Difficulty

Intermediate

Climbers should be comfortable on steeper snow/ice slopes and/or 5.5-5.7 rock climbing experience depending on the objective. You should have a past climbing experience with proven skills.

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