RMI leads programs to the greatest peaks and destinations around the world and we take advantage of the best climbing conditions for each place that we visit. September marks the last of the summer climbing conditions on Mt. Rainier and the perfect time to get out for a climb before winter. On Mt. Kilimanjaro the dry season keeps the mountain's trails and views dry and clear and concentrates the wildlife for great game viewing on safari. Explore the programs we offer this time of year and come climb with us!


Mt. Rainier

Mountaineering School

$193 1 day Difficulty:

Learn how to travel efficiently and safely in the mountains in this introduction to alpine mountaineering techniques.

Four Day Summit Climb

$1006 4 days Difficulty:

The classic climb of Mt. Rainier: after learning the foundational mountaineering skills on the mountain's lower slopes, tackle Mt. Rainier on a two day climb to the summit on the mountain's most popular route.

Five Day Summit Climb

$1358 5 days Difficulty:

After an introduction to mountaineering skills, climb to 10,000' on Mt. Rainier and spend two nights there to acclimatize and prepare before for a summit attempt of Mt. Rainier's classic route.

Expedition Skills Seminar - Muir

$1998 6 days Difficulty:

Spend your work week at 10,000' on Mt. Rainier, learning and practicing essential mountaineering skills in preparation for a summit bid and gaining important experience for future climbs.


NW Peaks

Expedition Skills Seminar - Shuksan

$1380 6 days Difficulty:

Establish a solid foundation of mountaineering skills and prepare for bigger peaks on the Mt. Shuksan’s Sulphide Glacier.


South America

Chile's Volcanoes Ski Mountaineering Expedition

$3200 12 days Difficulty:

The Chile Ski Mountaineering Expedition is a twelve-day adventure in Northern Patagonia in Chile featuring excellent climbing and long ski descents of the region’s volcanoes.


Himalayas

Shishapangma

$20700 44 days Difficulty:

Shishapangma is the 14th highest mountain in the world, and the only 8,000m peak lying solely in Tibet. For a peak of this size and stature, the Northwest Ridge, our climbing route, offers a direct route to Shishapangma’s Central Summit.