Mark your calendars and tell your neighbors... there are some fantastic open house events in the next few months.

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Single on Valentine's Day? Don't be sad - join our Singles Activities Committee! Meet us at Peaks and Pints this Thursday at 6pm for happy hour, where we'll plan upcoming singles' hikes and activities.
You can also catch our meeting at the Tacoma Mountaineers on March 1, or again at Peaks and Pints on March 15. Hope to see you there!…/ev…/tacoma-singles-happy-hour

Come meet the Tacoma Mountaineers Singles for a beer, a bite and a chat about our upcoming activities or events! Our next two monthly happy hours begin at 6 PM on Thursday February 15 and March 15 at Peaks & Pints (in the Proctor District), 3816 N 26th St., Tacoma 98407, 253-328-5621. Note that this...
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Ashley Mocorro Powell
· December 4, 2015
Continually enhancing the community and a place to make lifelong friends. Young and the wise! Passing on the tradition of teaching through experience and story telling.
Nick Kerns
· September 18, 2016
very cool place, attended my cousin's wedding and it worked great
Stephanie M Mealey
· June 2, 2016
Had my wedding here in 2008, the only complaint I had was how hot it was in there, and the lack of windows that opened!
Carroll Brown
· January 7, 2014
A great place to learn to be in the in Nature safely!
Here's a short clip of the BBQ last night.

Looking to turn your day hikes into greater adventures? Ready to sleep under the stars and go deeper into the wilderness? Want to get trained on the latest and greatest backpacking gear? Accomplish your goals in a safe, friendly, and supportive environment with our Intro to Backpacking Course this spring!…/introduction-to-backpacking-…

Hands on course for new backpackers that has two class sessions, a demonstration day plus a field trip

Prospective members, new members, and all current members are encouraged to join us to learn about The Mountaineers, find out about upcoming activities, ask questions of activity leaders, talk to other outdoor enthusiasts, and get an overview of the Tacoma Scrambling course.

Coming up this Saturday! Save $5 by buying in advance from Edgeworks.

We hope you join us Feb 3 at UPS for this showing of "Dirtbag"!

Want to get involved in the Tacoma outdoor singles community? Check it out!…/help-revitalize-the-tacoma-s…

The New Tacoma Singles Committee will meet to plan future adventures.

Check out some gorgeous and adventurous photography by your fellow Mountaineers!…/ten-inspirational-mountainee…

Need outdoor inspiration? These 10 Mountaineers members are active outside AND on social media, and offer a daily dose of the outdoors.

We had a great time partnering with Lincoln and Foss High Schools' outdoor clubs last weekend, learning climbing, belaying, and first aid! Thanks to Katie, Sam, Andrew, Donna, Clare, Jessie, Larry, and Sherry for helping out. Volunteers Rock!!!

We hope you'll join us for the Branch Banquet this Friday!!

Fri 6:00 PM PSTTacoma MountaineersTacoma, WA
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Huge congrats to Tacoma Mountaineers climb leader Carrie Kavanaugh, who just summitted Ama Dablam! Way to go Carrie!

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Winter is coming! Maybe you or a friend want to take our snowshoe course...

Basic Snowshoeing -Tacoma Winter 2017-2018

Don't forget to get your tickets for the Banff Mountain Film Festival, coming up on Nov 27 & 28! Tickets available at…/banff-mountain-film-festiva…

A non-profit organization ● Energizing community through live performance ● Pantages Theater ● Rialto Theater ● Theater on the Square ● Tacoma Armory

Interested in our alpine climbing or scrambling courses? Check out this info night and get all your burning questions answered!…/scrambles-and-climbing-cours…

Learn more about what is involved in our Scrambling, Basic Alpine Climbing, and Intermediate Alpine Climbing Courses, and decide which works best for you!
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