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Alan, Rodney, Stan, Scott, Jim on Rainier's Summit

Alan, Rodney, Stan, Scott, Jim on Rainier’s Summit

Our team of 5 summited Mt. Rainier via the Emmons-Winthrop Glacier route. It was a long, trying ascent with a straightforward return. The crevasse danger was steady throughout the climb. This is the summit audio dispatch live from Mount Rainier. Read the full trip report for all the details.

Click to listen: [audio:|titles=Rainier Audio Dispatch|artists=Alan Arnette]

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  11 Responses to “Rainier 2012: Summit: Audio Dispatch”


    Hey Alan! Nice work man, It looks like you enjoyed the Emmons side of Mt. Rainier…….when will you be back in Colorado lets do lunch and thanks for your awesome coverage when i was on Everest a couple of months ago! Shoot me an email, Best,

    Jon Kedrowski


    Right on Alan; congratulations on a(nother) great climb!


    Congratulations Alan, so impressive 🙂


    Congratulations on your latest climb. You seem to be making up for the time spent indoors working on Everest. I was missing the Everest season so much but the family are busy helping as volunteers at the Olympics. There are some interesting results happening in London. Events never end up as you would expect. English women’s footballers have just scored so must go. Good luck on your next venture, stay safe Cheers Kate (UK)


    Well done! Climb On!


    A very special summit, indeed!

    Congratulations to you, to Jim and to the rest of your team.

    And yes, memories truly ARE everything! 🙂



    Congrats Rainier team on your successful summit – well done! Looking forward to hearing more about the trip and seeing the pictures!


    Congrats Alan. Beautiful mountain! Glad you are ON TOP!!


    Congratulations on your latest summit, Alan!


    Alan…super job and you have been active…South America and now one of the Seven Summits of the Cascades….nothing like being with friends and on a familiar mountain. It will be another Everest season before you know it…maybe the North side for you this year.

    “One day at a time,”