There are few places in the world where you get to see the ocean, walk through a rain forest, cross a glacier and go rock climbing over a single weekend trip! But that is exactly what you do when climbing Washington's glorious Mt. Olympus. This is a long journey and requires a very high level of fitness, however, the technical challenges are lower than Mt. Rainier or Mt Baker.
Meet the climbers below, wish them luck and help them reach their goal to raise $500 for the climb.
The donations will support Seattle Children's Hospital in its mission to provide quality medical care to all children of the Pacific Northwest regardless of their families' financial resources.
Peaks of Life (Tax ID# 45-5305413)
is one of nearly 500 guilds and auxiliaries of Seattle Children's Hospital Guild Association. As a subordinate organization of Seattle Children's Hospital (Tax ID# 91-0564748), Peaks of Life is a non-profit organization exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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Meet the climbers:
I just moved to Seattle from New York City! I am working as a Registered Nurse in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Seattle Children's Hospital. I am very passionate about pediatric nursing and love the mission of Peaks of Life. Ultrarunning is also high on my list of things I love to do and just two months ago I Continue Reading
More information coming soon! . . . Meet the climbers below, wish them luck and help them reach their goal to raise $ for the climb. The donations will support Seattle Children's Hospital in its mission to provide quality medical care to all children of the Pacific Northwest regardless of their families' financial resources. Peaks of Life (Tax ID# 45-5305413) Continue Reading
I'm originally from the UK and first got bitten by the mountain bug as a child tramping around the beautiful Polish Tatra mountains during the summers. This will be my 3rd summit attempt on Mount Rainier. What continues to draw me to climbing is the peace and serenity of being in nature, the camaraderie of the climbing team, combined with Continue Reading
I spend a large amount of time in the mountains and on the water. It is truly a passion of mine and the place where I truly feel free. Two years ago I decided to act upon a thought that I have had for 15 years... learning to climb. It has completely changed my life and has given me access Continue Reading
Ryan grew up in the Pacific Northwest. In 2017 he joined King County Search and Rescue where he was introduced to hiking; his interest in climbing grew from there. In 2017 he hiked 750 miles and 250,000' of ascent, including climbing all five Washington Volcanos and has been focusing on alpine rock climbing since. Ryan is in the Mountaineers Intermediate Continue Reading