#55 Lindsay Mann

50-plus Rainer summits

What does it take to be a MTNmeister? Lindsay is a senior guide for Rainier Mountaineering Incorporated and Pacific Alpine guides. She guides mountaineering on Mt. Rainier, McKinley, and is an Avalanche instructor. Lindsay has a geology degree from Dartmouth College and in 2007 was a part of the NCAA Championship Ski Team. When she is not guiding Lindsay lives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where she coaches alpine ski racing and enjoys backcountry skiing.

Best Quote

  • I think the mountains are a really special place, and you discover a lot about yourself when you’re in the mountains. ~ Lindsay Mann click to tweet!


Gear Recommendation

La Sportiva – Spantik

The Spantik is perfect for 6-7000 meter peaks or anywhere that you need a toasty warm performance fit. This is a lighter, warmer more compact alternative to the Nuptse. It is step-in crampon compatible and provides excellent technical climbing capabilities.

IDEAL TERRIAN: 6000-7000 meter peaks or high cold mountaineering conditions

Recommended Resources

RMI Guides: http://www.rmiguides.com/


Story Globe Location

#55 Lindsey Mann, Mt. Rainer, WA, USA

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