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Entries By grayson swingle


Mt. Rainier: Paradise Seminar Reaches the Summit

RMI Guide Grayson Swingle topped off the Paradise Seminar week- literally.  They are on the Mt. Rainier summit right now!  The team spent the week on the flanks of Mt. Rainier learning valuable mountaineering skills. Yesterday they moved to Camp Muir where they started their summit bid early this morning.  We look forward to congratulating them this afternoon at Rainier Basecamp.

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Mt. Baker: RMI Team Reaches Summit via Easton Glacier

RMI's Mt. Baker Easton Glacier August 16 - 18 team reached the summit of Mt. Baker this morning led by RMI Guides Grayson Swingle, David Price and Tatum Whatford.  Grayson and team reached the summit at 7 AM PT and reported that it was a beautiful morning to be on the mountain.  Once they have taken all the hero shot photos and enjoyed the views, they will return to camp to breakdown tents and repack.  They will continue out to the trail head later today completing their program.

Congratulations to today's climbers!

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Mt. Baker: Grayson & Team 100% Summit Success

RMI Guide Grayson Swingle and his Mt. Baker team all reached the summit this morning!  They will descend from the mountain today.

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Congrats Wes and Dan!

Posted by: Sara Gerlach on 8/15/2021 at 2:09 pm


Mt. Rainier: August 5th Team Reaches the Top!

The Four Day Climb led by RMI Guides Mike King and Grayson Swingle reached the summit of Mt. Rainier at 5:30 am. The team climbed with light winds, and a hazy sky due the wildland fires burning across the western states. They are currently descending and should be back at Camp Muir soon.

Congratulations to Today's Team! 

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Excellent trip! Thank you Camille, Grayson and Josh for a safe and successful climb.

Posted by: Greg Smith on 8/6/2021 at 5:32 pm

Great trip! Thanks so much, Grayson, Camille, and Josh!!! (And Mike!!!) Epic adventure and another life goal accomplished. Thanks for keeping us safe.

Posted by: Joe Plenzler on 8/6/2021 at 10:56 am


Mt. Rainier: Summit Climb Update

The Mt. Rainier Summit Climb, led by RMI Guides Pete Van Deventer and Grayson Swingle, turned at 13,000' due to an impasse on the route.  The team reported light wind and precipitation earlier this morning.  They are currently descending to Camp Muir where they will pack up their remaining gear and continue onto Paradise.

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Best of Luck and Best of Experience !!

from
Baldev Raj Narang
Rakesh Bala Narang
Varnali Narang

Posted by: Baldev Raj Narang on 7/31/2021 at 8:26 am


Mt. Rainier: Four Day Climb Teams on Top!

RMI Guide Dave Hahn radioed from the summit of Mt. Rainier this morning to let us know the Four Day Climb July 23 - 26 teams had reached the summit and were starting their descent.  Dave reported sunny skies and light winds and a perfect day.  The teams were beginning their descent from the crater rim around 7:20 am.  Once back at Camp Muir they will rest, re-hydrate, repack and continue their descent, another 4.5 miles and 4,500', to Paradise.

Nice work today team and congratulations!

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Way to go! What a accomplishment for your whole team!

Posted by: Pam Kilcullen on 7/26/2021 at 12:13 pm

Great work team!!!  Even though I had to make the tough decision to drop out yesterday, for both the sake of myself and the team, I feel having the opportunity of getting to know you and our shared experience greatly overshadows this fact. I wish all of you the best today and for the rest of time. You have earned an evening good food and drink this evening back in a place which is warmer, greener and with an enjoyably thick atmosphere.

Posted by: Dave Ozolin on 7/26/2021 at 9:49 am


Mt. Baker: Easton Glacier Team Reaches Summit

RMI Guide Pete Van Deventer and the Four Day Mt. Baker - Easton Glacier July 15 - 18 team reached the summit at 3:15 pm today with 100% of their crew.  They enjoyed their time on the summit and will return to camp for their final night on the mountain.

Nice work team!

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Mt. Rainier: July 9th Teams Summit!

Clear skies and light winds greeted the Four Day Team on the summit of Mt. Rainier. RMI Guide Jess Matthews called in to let us know the team reached the summit at 6:05 am. They spent some time on the summit before starting their descent. The team will be back at Rainier Basecamp this afternoon to celebrate! 

Congratulations to today's team!  

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Congrats, little brother!  Can’t wait to hear about it!

Posted by: Bill Lively Jr on 7/10/2021 at 4:27 am

Way to go RG3 (David L) and team. Super proud of your efforts & accomplishments!!

Heck of a distance to climb, that’s awesome.  Can’t wait to hear about the experience.

Posted by: Matt B on 7/9/2021 at 8:41 pm


Mt. Rainier: July 3rd Summit!

The Four Day Climb of Mt. Rainier reached the summit of Mt. Rainier at 5:30 am this morning. RMI Guide Casey Grom reported a great route and a beautiful morning of climbing.  The team is on the descent en route to Camp Muir.

Congratulations to today's team!

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Congrats RMI team. I’m coming Aug 20

Posted by: Erick on 7/3/2021 at 10:21 am

Awesome!  Congratulations to the entire team!

Posted by: Mark and Cindy on 7/3/2021 at 9:34 am


Mt. Rainier: Five Day Teams Unable to Climb due to High Winds

RMI Guides Walter Hailes and Avery Parrinello led the Five Day Climb to Ingraham Flats, 11,200', this morning.  High winds overnight at Camp Muir had prevented the teams getting an alpine start and thus they were unable to make a summit attempt.  Winds at Camp Muir averaged between 40 - 80 mph with gusts as high as 93 mph around 9 pm.

Once the winds subsided later in the morning the teams roped up and traveled to Ingraham Flats to check out the conditions and see a bit of the route.  They will return to Camp Muir and descend to Paradise later this morning.

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