3-Day Muir Planning Information

Planning Information

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The program far exceeded all expectations I originally had. The gear check was efficient and informative, and the organization of the whole program was impeccable. Our guides were all extremely knowledgeable and friendly. They taught us a tremendous amount in a short amount of time, while at the same time were very conscious of some of the ‘slower’ members of the group.

Mount Rainier 3 Day Muir Climb BLOG

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  • Mount Rainier: Not Your Average Fourteener

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