A Benefit for the American Mountain Guides Association - Climb Mt. Rainier with AMGA/IFMGA Certified Guides on June 28-July 2, 2009

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Boulder, CO - With summer fast approaching, the American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA) invites you to reach the summit of your heart’s desire while helping support access and education for the professional mountain guiding community. Experience one of the greatest mountains in the United States, Mt. Rainier, led by three premier AMGA/IFMGA Certified Mountain Guides; Margaret Wheeler, John Race and Olivia Cussen. In addition to climbing one of the most revered mountains in the lower 48, your contribution will directly support American Mountain Guides Association’s initiative to raise awareness and educate the public about the national standard for professional mountain guides as well as advocate for the protection of our natural environment.

  • Glacier Basin — $2,500You will receive a climb of Mt. Rainier via the Emmons Route, necessary equipment to complete the climb, pre-trip dinner, all your meals on the climb, an Arc’teryx GORE-TEX Jacket, and a Black Diamond Helmet.

  • Camp Schurman — $3,000 You will receive a climb of Mt. Rainier via the Emmons Route, necessary equipment to complete the climb, pre-trip dinner, all your meals on the climb, an Arc’teryx GORE-TEX Jacket, a Black Diamond Helmet, and a Princeton Tec Headlamp.

  • Liberty Cap — $4,000 You will receive a climb of Mt. Rainier via the Emmons Route, necessary equipment to complete the climb, pre-trip dinner, all your meals on the climb, an Arc’teryx GORE-TEX Jacket, a Black Diamond Helmet, a Princeton Tec Headlamp, and an Osprey Variant Pack.

Register for this event by contacting the AMGA.ph: 303.271.0984email: katie@amga.comVisa/ Master Card accepted or mail a check to: AMGA Mt. Rainier Charity Climb PO Box 1739 Boulder, CO 80306

This event is made possible thanks to the support of Arc'teryx, Black Diamond, Osprey, Princeton Tec, REI and W.L.Gore.

About the AMGAThe American Mountain Guide’s Association (AMGA) is the premier source for training, credentials, and services for professional mountain guides and climbing instructors in the United States. The AMGA is the sole US representative of the International Federation of Mountain Guides Association (IFMGA). For more information about the AMGA contact Betsy Novak, Executive Director, at betsy@amga.com or visit www.amga.com.

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