With over 260 miles of trails, Mount Rainier offers hikes for all levels and interests.
Choose from five campgrounds or venture into the wilderness for a backcountry experience.
Join the thousands of climbers who attempt to scale the 14,410-foot volcano every year.
Mount Rainier is home to a rich diversity of wildlife, from elk and bears to marmots and pikas.
In summer, the subalpine meadows are ablaze with colorful wildflowers. Don’t miss the spectacle!
Mount Rainier offers breathtaking scenery, from glaciers and waterfalls to lakes and forests.
Mount Rainier has a rich history, from Native American culture to pioneer exploration.
Winter transforms the park into a wonderland of snow and ice. Try skiing, snowshoeing, or sledding.
Grove of the Patriarchs is a short trail that leads to a stand of ancient, towering trees. Cross a suspension bridge over the Ohanapecosh River.
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Carbon River is a remote area of the park that features a temperate rainforest, with moss-covered trees, ferns, and waterfalls.
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