Log In

Need an RMI account? Create an account

Register With Us

Already have an account?

*required fields

The password must meet the following criteria:

  • At least 8 characters
  • At least 1 lowercase letter
  • At least 1 uppercase letter
  • At least 1 number
  • At least 1 symbol (allowed symbols: [email protected]#$%^&/*()[]{}><,.+-=;)

Keep up to date with information about our latest climbs by joining our mailing list. Sign up and we'll keep you informed about new adventures, special offers, competitions, and news.
Privacy Policy


Check Availability

RMI Logo

Entries from Mount Rainier

Mt. Rainier: ALA Climb for Clean Air Teams Summit!

The Climb for Clean Air Team along with their RMI Guides Mike King and Abby Westling reached the summit of Mt. Rainier Early this morning. Mike King reported a good route, clear skies, but strong winds on the summit. The team spent a short time on top celebrating before starting their descent.

The funds raised by these climbers will support the American Lung Association’s mission of saving lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease. 

Congratulations team for your success on and off the mountain! 

Leave a Comment For the Team (2)

Congratulations! You all did fantastic and you put in the work! So proud of your fundraising and climbing efforts.

Posted by: Brittany Groh on 6/24/2022 at 2:00 pm

YESSSSSS!!!!! Now, unlike myself, come down gracefully…;)

Posted by: John Pasikowski on 6/24/2022 at 11:09 am

Mt. Rainier: Kautz Seminar Enjoy Lots of Training, Turn due to Unstable Conditions

Matias and the Kautz seminar team will spend their last night on the mountain tonight and plan for an early departure off the mountain followed by more training at Basecamp in Ashford.

The guide team have the following to say in reflection of the last week of training:

We have spent the past 4 days and 3 nights experiencing the mountain and the heat that accompanied it this week. Our high point may have only been 9,400’ but an abundant of learning and training was accomplished.

After a scorching first day moving across the Nisqually Glacier, we decided to move to a night schedule, only climbing when the snow hadn’t been tarnished by the blistering sun. Very Denali-esque of us. We hit on rock climbing, mixed climbing, ice climbing, crevasse rescue and many other skills. Hot weather and beating sun created unstable snow conditions and difficult trail breaking. But as one participant said, “It’s not all about the summit on trips like this”, and we feel like we were able to accomplish all our training and learning goals. The wisping clouds float below us like pillows awaiting to catch us on our decent.

RMI Kautz Team,

George, Leif, Lauren, and Matias

Leave a Comment For the Team

Mt. Rainier: Four Day Climb Teams Reach the Summit!

RMI Guides JT Schmitt and Alex Halliday led their Four Day Climb June 20 - 23 teams to the summit of Mt. Rainier today.  JT reported good conditions on the ascent with occasional wind gusts.  The teams reached the summit around 8 am.  As of noon, all climbers had returned to Camp Muir from the summit.  The teams will pack up and continue their descent to Paradise and return to Rainier BaseCamp later this afternoon.

Congratulations to today's climbers!

Leave a Comment For the Team (1)

Awesome news! What route was taken? DC or Ingraham Direct?

Posted by: Nick Arbogast on 6/23/2022 at 12:28 pm

Mt. Rainier: Five Day Climb Teams Unable to Make Summit Attempt

The Five Day Climb June 18 - 22 led by RMI Guides Brent Okita and Bryan Mazaika enjoyed the sunrise at Ingraham Flats and Muir Peak. Weather this morning was calm and sunny with a few small wind gusts. The teams were unable to climb due to route conditions.  All climbers descended from Camp Muir just after 8 am en route to Paradise.  They will return to Rainier BaseCamp in the early afternoon.

Leave a Comment For the Team (2)

@Dilip my understanding is it is like early spring conditions and the avy conditions are risky.

Posted by: Ryan on 6/23/2022 at 6:28 am

Definitely a bit upsetting to see so many teams not make summit

Posted by: John on 6/22/2022 at 6:24 pm

Mt. Rainier: Walter & Emmons Seminar Team Reach Summit

After several days of training and ascending to Camp Schurman, the Expedition Skills Seminar June 17 - 22 led by RMI Guide Mike Walter reached the summit of Mt. Rainier on Tuesday.  The team enjoyed good weather and route conditions.  After reaching the summit they returned to Camp Schurman for their final night on the mountain.  The team will descend to the trail head and return to Rainier BaseCamp on Wednesday afternoon.

Congratulations to the Emmons Seminar team!

Leave a Comment For the Team (2)

Hey all, glad to hear you had a successful trip! I’m looking at climbing via the emmons the week of July 4th and would be interested in hearing how things are looking up there given all the late precipitation this year. Please shoot me an email if you’re able to share any beta! Thanks

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Posted by: Andrew on 6/23/2022 at 7:34 pm

Great work! You guys flew right past us, I’m glad all teams were successful that day! What a slog on the way down, though!

Posted by: David on 6/22/2022 at 9:00 pm

Mt. Rainier: Five Day Teams Unable to Climb Due to Conditions

The Five Day Climb June 16 - 20 enjoyed a beautiful morning on the mountain and view from Muir Peak.  Route conditions prevented the teams from going above Camp Muir today.  The teams began their descent from Camp Muir around 9 am in the sunshine with a cloud deck below them around 7,000'.  All climbers will return to Rainier BaseCamp early this afternoon.

Leave a Comment For the Team (2)

Pleasure to meet you all! If you ever find yourself passing through Atlanta airport, please let me know. Will do anything I can to help you navigate through the busiest airport in the world. Cheers!

Posted by: Buddy on 6/23/2022 at 3:23 pm

Proud of this team! Great folks made for great times even while enduring tough conditions.  Proud of our ascent to Ingraham Glacier 11,200!!

Posted by: Bo Rucker on 6/21/2022 at 9:03 am

Mt. Rainier: June 18th Update

Due to avalanche activity, the Four Day Climb with RMI Guides JT Schmitt and Alex Halliday did not climb above Camp Muir this morning. The mountain received 8+" of new snow yesterday afternoon and there were numerous slides on the Cowlitz Glacier with several going over the trail. In the first picture, you can see evidence of avalanche debris that has been deposited along the first steps of the route.

The team has started their descent and will back at Ashford Basecamp early this afternoon.

Leave a Comment For the Team (2)

Happy Birthday to my son Davis!

Posted by: Sherry Yonge on 6/18/2022 at 1:58 pm

8+’ ? Surely that’s in inches! Let’s all hope the weather improves and parties stay safe.

Posted by: David on 6/18/2022 at 11:25 am

Mt. Rainier: June 17, 2022 Update

High winds kept the Four Day Climb led by RMI Guides Bryan Mazaika and Matias Francis at Camp Muir overnight. The guides repoted an upper level cloud deck at 11,000' with a lower level cloud deck just above Paradise at 6,000'. 

The team has started their descent and will be back at Rainier Basecamp in Ashford this afternoon.

Leave a Comment For the Team

Mt. Rainier: Grom, Bealer & Teams Unable to Climb due to Winds and Weather

The June 13 - 16 Four Day Climb led by RMI Guides Casey Grom & James Bealer were unable to make a summit attempt due to high winds overnight as well as avalanche conditions.  The Camp Muir telemetry shows winds over 70 mph.  Around 7 am the weather had improved, the team was going to do some avalanche forecast training.  The teams have packed up and started their descent from Camp Muir.  We look forward to greeting them at Rainier BaseCamp this afternoon.

Photo: James Bealer

Leave a Comment For the Team

Mt. Rainier: Haugen & Kautz Seminar Team Climb and Train, Reach 11,000’

RMI Guide Mike Haugen and the Expedition Skills Seminar - Kautz team have returned from the mountain.  The team spent three nights on the mountain and were able to do a lot of great training.  The reached 11,000' before deciding to turn around due to poor route conditions and high avalanche danger. The team descended to Paradise and is back at Rainier BaseCamp to celebrate their accomplishment and close down their program.

Leave a Comment For the Team
Next Page
Filter By:

Sign up for Expedition Dispatches

check the Summit Registry try our Adventure Finder alerts for 2023 RAINIER DATES
Back to Top

Sign up for our Newsletter

Image of Mt Rainier
    *required fields
    • Keep up to date with information about our latest climbs by joining our mailing list. Sign up and we'll keep you informed about new adventures, special offers, competitions, and news.
      privacy policy

Thank you for subscribing to the RMI Expeditions Newsletter!

While you're at it, you can sign up some of our other mailings as well:

Please choose the programs you'd like updates on: