A Northern California native who grew up in Graeagle, CA, Nick Meyers was appointed Lead Climbing Ranger and Avalanche Forecaster in 2010. His career on Mount Shasta began as a summer internship back in 2002 while attending Feather River and Western State College for a degree in Recreation Leadership and Business. Nick’s mountain sense and technical skills have developed and evolved much from his own personal climbing and ski missions. Nick has scaled the Dolomites, skied Colorado’s 14ers and motorcycled the deserts and mountains of the Western United States on his dirt bike. His adventurous spirit and fearless leadership commands our team of rangers in the high stress and high risk operations of Search and Rescue on Mount Shasta. Nick is also the Director of the Mt. Shasta Avalanche Center, issuing avalanche advisories and teaching awareness and companion rescue courses for the winter months. In 2022, Nick will have worked as a ranger on Mt. Shasta for 20 years!
Nick also randomly landed the front cover of Popular Mechanics.
From that, a couple articles ensued. Click on the links below to check them out and learn more about Nick!