Mt. Rainier HEADLINES
Rangers on Tuesday recovered three bodies from a debris field on Carbon Glacier in Mount Rainier National Park where six climbers went missing in May.
A search for two overdue hikers last week at Mount Rainier National Park ended with them exiting the park on their own after weathering a storm, according to statement published Monday on the National Park Service website.
What appears to be three bodies have been spotted on Mount Rainier in an area where six climbers went missing in May, the National Park Service said Tuesday.
Visitors can join a special star party at Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park on Saturday night.
Tacoma’s Edwin Birch is still missing nearly a week after leaving on a hike at Mount Rainier National Park.
Mount Rainier National Park will host its first naturalization ceremony on Monday, July 21, at Paradise, the park announced in a statement released Friday morning.
64-year-old Edwin Birch has been missing at Mount Rainier since Saturday.
Two helicopters and 45 ground searchers continue to look for a missing Tacoma hiker on the east side of Mount Rainier.
Searchers continue to scour the east side of Mount Rainier today in hopes finding a 64-year-old Tacoma man who failed to return from a hike on Saturday.
Day Lodge will begin summer operations on Saturday.
70-year-old Seattle woman was reported missing Wednesday night and her body was found Saturday.
The ongoing process of freezing and thawing led to the rockfall from Mount Wow that destroyed a pickup truck and is forcing managers to relocate the parking area at the end of Westside Road at Mount Rainier.
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