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Mount Rainier Hiking- Northwest Hiking Guide
Managers at Mount Rainier National Park last week reiterated what impacts sequestration will have on park operations this summer. Read more...
Eight hours after we stood on the roof of Washington last summer, our guides rewarded us with certificates that read "Mount Rainier, 14,410 feet."
The structure that sticks out most as climbers approach the architectural smorgasbord of Camp Muir, the backcountry campground on the southeastern flank of Mount Rainier, is a black box that looks a bit like an oversized semi-truck container. Read more...
The body of a Mount Rainier ranger who tumbled a half-mile down a glacier to his death Thursday may remain on the mountain for another three days as weather continues to hamper the recovery effort. Read more...
What causes a “brain freeze”? Why do we get them? —S.F., Pleasantville, N.J. Read more...
Two leaders of one of the most challenging rescue attempts Mount Rainier has ever seen will be honored Wednesday in Washington, D.C., by the U.S. Department of the Interior. Read more...