1) Everyone with a current membership as of 3-10-2014 was sent a "Welcome Email" that contained your new log-in information for the new site. Your old unsernames and passwords will not work on the new site. Please review your inbox/junk mail for this email before contacting us.
2) If your membership was more than 60 days expired as of 3-10-2014 it was not included in the membership database transfer. There is no penalty for this, you simply must sign up as a new user.
RSVP's and Event Registrations:
Note: RSVP's are for events that don't require payments (most events, like day hikes) Event Registrations are for events that require an RSVP AND payments (group camps, white water rafting, larger/more expensive events)
1. When a new event is posted you will get an email, simply click the link in the email to RSVP or Register.
2. After the email, if you want to RSVP for an event, log-in to the Members Area and Look for "Other Info/My Invites". Click on My Invites and choose "view/respond" on the event(s) you wish to RSVP for. If you don't see the event, it may be an Event Registration, see below.
3. Event Registrations (after the email) are in a different place, log-in to the Members Area and Look for "Event Registrations". Events show up in a list with a long description, so scroll down the page to see the event you wish to Register for and click the link at the end of it's description.
Please download this HELP file (PDF) for Trip and Photo posting assistance.
Please feel free to use the Contact Us page if you don't find the help you need here.
07/26 - Hike to Watson Lakes and Anderson... 14 of us drove up to the Mt Baker area and hiked to a couple of lakes in a dramatic setting with waterfalls cascading down from the surrounding cliffs and the rugged snow-covered peaks above.
07/20 - Cornet Bay Overnight 34 enjoyed the spacious grounds at Cornet Bay Environmental Learning Center
07/10 - Hike Noble Knob 7/9 18 of us hiked along a beautiful high ridge just outside Mt Rainier NP, and were delighted by a profusion of wildflowers with Rainier rising above and many other peaks visible as well.
07/05 - Hike Crystal Peak 7/2 12 of us did the fairly strenuous hike up Crystal Peak in Mt Rainier NP and were rewarded with close-up views of Rainier, the other 4 volcanoes in WA, and Mt Hood in OR, with fields of wildflowers at peak along the way.
05/30 - Hike Iron Bear to Teanaway Ridge... 15 of us and two dogs took advantage of an exceptionally beautiful Memorial Day weekend and hiked the Iron Bear trail up on to the Teanaway Ridge, with lots of wildflowers and nice views of the Stuart Range and Mt Rainier.