Lindsay Mann, Mountain Guide, RMI Expeditions

Lindsay was born in Bedford, Massachusetts. She ski raced competitively all through high school, which gave her opportunities to race and train internationally, exposing her to mountains all over the world. Her passion for skiing took her to Dartmouth College where she helped her team to win an NCAA title in 2007, while pursing a B.A. in geology. Lindsay currently spends her winters in Aspen, Colorado, coaching alpine ski racing, backcountry ski guiding, and teaching avalanche courses.

  • 50+ ascents of Mount Rainier (14,410')
  • 2 expeditions of Mount McKinley (20,320')
  • Mount Shasta (14,179') ski descent
  • Grand Teton (13,775')
  • Mount Baker (10,781')
  • Mount Shuksan, WA (9,127’)
  • Urus, Cordillera Blanca, Peru (18,030’, ski descent)
  • Ishinca, Cordillera Blanca, Peru (18,143’, ski descent)
  • Vallunaraju, Cordiller Blanca, Peru (18,654’, ski descent)
  • Mount Washington, NH (ski descent)
  • Torreys Peak (ski descent) (14,267')
  • Mount Elbert (14,440')
  • Mount Hood, OR (11,250', ski descent)
  • Mount Adams (12,280', ski descent)
  • Traverse of the Juneau Icefield, Alaska
  • Rock climbing in Washington, New Hampshire, Colorado, Oregon, California
  • Backcountry skiing in Colorado, Washington, New Hampshire
  • Wilderness First Responder
  • AAI Avalanche Level III
  • AAIRE Level 1 Avalanche Instructor
  • AMGA Ski Guide Course
  • Level 200 USSA Alpine Skiing Coach

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