Lindsay Mann 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.
The mountains are a really special place. You discover a lot about yourself when you’re in the mountains.
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