Mt. Rainier, Multiday

One of the things I hate the most about multiday or expeditionary style Rainier climbs is the sheer amount of poop you end up carrying around. I actually end up packing a little more frugally to justify all the ziplock freezer bags along just to keep that poop safe.


Updated: April, 2019

Top Layers

  • Icebreaker Sphere LS Hood
  • Arc’teryx Gamma LT
  • Arc’teryx Atom LT
  • Mountain Hardwear Ghostwhisperer Hoody
  • Arc’teryx Alpha SL

Bottom Layers

  • Mammut Base Jump Pants
  • Mountain Hardwear Ozonic Pants
  • Under Armor UA Base 2.0


  • La Sportiva G5
  • Smartwool PhD Mountaineering Sock


  • Outdoor Research Extravert Gloves
  • Outdoor Research Stormtracker Gloves
  • Outdoor Research Arete Gloves

Technical Climbing Gear

  • Petzl Sum’tec Adze
  • Petzl Gully Hammer
  • Petzl Sarken Crampons
  • CAMP Alp Mountain Harness
  • Sterling Fusion Photon DryXP 30m
  • Black Diamond Vector Helmet
  • Petzl Reverso
  • Petzl Attache Locking Carabiners
  • Petzl Ange S Carabiners
  • Mammut Contact Slings (1×30, 3×60)
  • 1x Petzl Laser Speed Light Ice Screw 21cm
  • 1x Black Diamond Ice Clippers
  • 2x SMC Snow Picket

Personal Gear

  • Mountain Hardwear South Col 70
  • Julbo Explorer 2.0 Glacier Glasses
  • Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Poles
  • Feathered Friends Hummingbird UL 20
  • Thermarest NeoAir Xtherm
  • MSR Reactor 1.5L Stove
  • Mountain Hardwear Direkt2 Tent 


  • Black Diamond Storm Headlamp
  • Garmin Fenix 5s
  • Garmin InReach Mini