Two Spokane Mountaineers have lofty senior status for their role in taking a couple of upstart climbers under their wings 50 years ago and launching them toward the top of the world.
Spokane Mountaineers Bill Fix, left, and Joe Collins in the 1960s mentored teenagers John Roskelley and Chris Kopczynski, who advanced to become world-class climbers.
A new section was added to the Camp Senia Trail above West Red Lodge Creek this summer that will save hikers from needing to drop into, and then climb out of, the drainage.
CODY, Wyo. — Mountaineer Don Foote still remembers the first frozen waterfall he climbed in the South Fork Valley east of Yellowstone National Park.
Climbing the 13,776-foot tall Grand Teton peak is on many outdoor adventurers’ bucket lists.
BOZEMAN — Even on Mount Everest, people see evidence of climate change.
The deadline to sign up for a rappelling fundraiser has been extended.
Eddy Schumacher, left, and Juan Laden wait to board the Huey helicopter and enter the Wyoming wilderness in an attempt to extract a downed aircraft off a mountain at 9,000 feet.
MISSOULA — Cedron Jones has little interest in summit registers. In Montana alone, he’s ignored about 1,200 of them.