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Keep up to date with information about our latest climbs by ing our mailing list. up and we'll keep you informed about new adventures, special offers, competitions, and news. Type in the of people in your climbing party and the list of available trips will update. This is the undisputed classic climb of Mt. It is the best introduction to mountaineering anywhere in the lower 48 states. As Mt. Rainier's definitive summer climb, RMI's Four-Day Climb is the classic adventure for anyone interested in or involved in mountaineering. Focusing on team building and training, the first two days prepare us for our climb with an afternoon orientation and a Mountaineering Day School.
We then ascend Mt. Rainier's lower slopes to Camp Muir 10,' , where we stay for the evening and prepare for the climb ahead. On summit day, an alpine start brings us up the Ingraham Glacier or Disappointment Cleaver route to the mountain's summit. This climb is ideal for anyone looking to attempt one of America's great mountaineering challenges with a short time commitment. Years of expedition guiding and climbing around the world have built a core of consummate professional guides. Our guides are celebrated teachers and trainers, known for their leadership as well as their character.
They possess the compassion, enthusiasm, and ability to empower others and inspire them forward. Such qualities may only be found in people at the top of their profession. Despite their vast experience, RMI Guides still remember their own first steps into the mountains and enjoy helping other climbers reach new heights.
Our exceptional focus to detail, our unparalleled level of climber attention, and our genuine excitement for these adventures make our programs truly memorable. RMI strives to create the safest mountain experience possible. Our experienced team of guides focuses on leading fun and successful climbs without compromising safety. Each climb includes careful pre-trip planning, daily weather forecasts, avalanche forecasts, and diligent attention to detail.
All RMI Guides are highly trained in remote medicine and rescue skills and carry comprehensive medical kits, rescue equipment, and radio communication equipment throughout the program. These services are operated in an area under jurisdiction of the U.
Department of the Interior. No discrimination by segregation or other means in the furnishing of services or privileges on the basis of race, creed, color, ancestry, sex, age, disabling condition, or national origin is permitted in the use of this facility. Violation of this prohibition are punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both. All of our climbs in Mt. We have partnered with Offsetters, Canada's leading carbon management solutions provider, to purchase offsets for our greenhouse gas emissions.
Their projects are verified and validated by third parties to ensure that the emission reductions are real, additional, and permanent, so we know that our contribution is making a real difference. By supporting this project, we prevent the equivalent amount of greenhouse gas emissions that were generated by our operations from being emitted somewhere else. These offsets allow us to achieve our goal of sustainability and further promote responsible environmental practices. As you prepare for your upcoming adventure, please feel free to contact our office and speak directly to one of our experienced guides regarding equipment, conditioning, the route, or any other questions about our programs.
We are available Monday thru Friday a. Climber Reviews 4. Dom, Henry, and Axel are all awesome guys and imparted a wealth of knowledge and I really enjoying talking to and learning from all of them. Austin M. I will not forget the lessons I learned on the mountain. Jeremy H. Although we didn't make it to the summit of Mt. Rainier, I had an awesome adventure with unforgettable memories. Courtney F. Cale M. Talking and hearing there stories of other trips.
Them spending time with us each day is one of my favorite parts. Shawn R. Although it is out of your control, I feel like I have been training for years without attaining my goal. Sam W. You all are heroes! Matthew S. Russell M. Irene W. They were excellent and fun to be around Paul F.
Beautiful views. Juliana R. Beautiful views and friendly team. All the equipment and mountaineering knowledge was provided to us conveniently and streamlined very well. Sarah Z. All 3 were very enjoyable to be around. The experience on the mountain was incredible of course but far better with the guides.
Jessie M. Hopefully, next time. The team. I really enjoyed the camaraderie between the participants and the participants and the guides. The guides. I felt supported and safe with them. I picked up some things for my training for the next ascent. Feeling a sense of accomplishment as we were able to traverse the crevasses on Cowlitz and Ingraham in the dark safely, going back down the Muir snowfield faster than I have been able to and with a pack to boot, and still feel good enough to hike up to Comet Falls the following morning.
From the training to the hike up to Muir. My only regret is that mother nature wasn't giving us the chance to go up. Oiur team of leaders was fantastic and I would and am planning on returning hopefully with a chance for a successful summit. Tyrone R. Great bunkhouse, great vibes, I have zero complaints. Steven K.
Looking back I see how these short breaks really benefit everyone in the party from the team leaders to the climbers. I really like how RMI brought the teams together to make us a group of climbers who relied on each other mentally and physically. Not only did I get to share this experience with my brother but I made other good friends from the fellow climbers and guides. Jason W. But most of all, I was blown away by the magnificent beauty of the mountain and the meadows, flowers, and streams. It was truly breathtaking, and I look at my photos daily to reflect on how grateful I was to be healthy enough to successfully summit with my life partner but also for the wonderful people I met along the way.
I am so fortunate! Kate G. I would be worried about another experience not living up to this one! Thank you so much for everything, I will be recommending your company to everyone I know and look forward to participating in another program with you in the future. Also, I cannot emphasis enough how amazing Andy, Augi, and David were throughout the program - they truly were a highlight of my experience. Kaitlyn J. I most of all appreciated knowing I was safe because RMI knew the hazards of climbing better than me, and I appreciated being trained. Cameron P. He was informative and helpful, and demanding only when climbers slacked.
Matthew J. Jon F. The guides interacted with all the climbers in a professional way, treating them with respect and prioritizing safety. Kundana P. The view and the entire journey was perfect. Logistics were great and the guides set reasonable expectations and pace. They were very clear about s that clients should listen to when considering turning back. Raymond M. I didn't make the summit but enjoyed the short hike up rock face at Muir Camp with Ben, who was great. David K. The guide's plan and timing was impeccable.
We got to see the sunrise at the summit. What an experience! David T. I felt like we were family even though we just met. James W. I believe I got that with RMI. Thank you! Alan Z. Tom G. I enjoyed the overall climbing experience - being part of the process of preparing, climbing and being part of a team. Mark F. Joe P. The insights the guides gave on both the mountain and also in climbing better via technique and proper usage of gear was great.
Scott C. The whole experience with RMI was incredible. All the education was so valuable to us first time climbers and I never felt like I didn't belong on the trip.Glacier Washington bc fuck buddy
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