Mt. Rainier HEADLINES
As three Canadian climbers continued to recover Tuesday two days after falling into a crevasse on Mount Rainier, park officials declared their first short-haul rescue mission a success.
Two Canadian climbers who were airlifted to Harborview Medical Center after falling into a crevasse on Mount Rainier Sunday were reported awake and improving at the hospital Tuesday morning.
Three Canadian climbers fell into a crevasse at Mount Rainiers Emmons Glacier and were hospitalized Sunday two with critical injuries, according to a report by KING 5.
After a career of more than 37 years with the National Park Service, Mount Rainier National Park’s civil engineer Eric Walkinshaw has retired.
Smoke from Eastern Washington wildlfires obscures view of Mount Rainier at Sunrise area.
Fans of wildflowers should make plans to visit some of their favorite spots at Mount Rainier National Park.
A small group in the foothills of Mount Rainier has been tasked since the 1980s with running a tourist railroad there. It also has a larger goal of preserving some part of the logging era that helped found Washington state.
Managers at Mount Rainier National Park are reminding climbers the park has changed its rescue procedures.
A Canadian man was rescued high on Mount Rainier on Sunday evening after falling and suffering multiple traumatic injuries, Mount Rainier National Park announced this morning. The man was taken by Chinook helicopter to Madigan Army Medical Center.
The boy who drowned Saturday in a stretch of the White River that runs through Mount Rainier National Park was Ahmad Asiri, the Pierce County Medical Examiner reported.
A newly released video details the restoration of the entrance arch at Chinook Pass in Mount Rainier National Park.
The Wonderland Trail takes a lot out of you. It's roughly 93 miles with more ups and downs than 2½ trips to Rainier's summit.
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