Journals Mt. Rainier National Park

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Created by lcampbell on November 8, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
1 Story

Because I worked as a Park Ranger at Mount Rainier National Park for 2 summers, I can tell you how to see it for FREE! I will concentrate on the east side of the Park, since this is where I worked, with Packwood, Washington as the “base.”

Wonderful Washington State

Created by gowest youngman on January 21, 2008

5 Reviews
1 Story

Vacation trip to Washington State including Mt. Ranier and the Olympic Peninsula

Magnificent Mount Rainier

Created by ak1 on November 9, 2005

1 Review

If you like hiking, looking at scenery, camping, or old history museums, you'll love Mount Rainier.

The Mountain

Created by Ro123 on August 1, 2005

3 Reviews
1 Story

I promised myself that one day I would go and see what "The Mountain" was really like. This is the story of my trip to "The Mountain."

Mount Rainier Paradise

Created by louboy on June 26, 2004

1 Review

My favorite place in the world. I always stay at the Mountain Meadows Inn Bed and Breakfast. Harry and Michelle are the best hosts, and make a fabulous breakfast. They also have the best John Muir collection under the sun.

Paradise Inn - Mt. Rainier National Park

Created by Compost on February 26, 2004

1 Review

Paradise Inn, built from hand-hewn Alaskan cedar logs in 1917, is a charming lodge right out of rustic Americana. And the lodge sits at 5400 ft. on the doorstep of dreamy Mt. Rainier.

Hiking Trip to Mt. Rainier National Park

Created by GenaS on August 19, 2003

2 Reviews

A short day hike in a beautiful spot.

Camping: Mt. Rainier and St. Helens

Created by nofences on July 13, 2003

2 Reviews

Camping trip to North Fork Camground in the Gifford Pinchot Forrest, WA.

Slopes of Mount Rainier

Created by Jaguar on February 19, 2003

5 Reviews
3 Stories

The breathtaking view of Mount Rainier (14,410 feet) can be seen for miles around Seattle. But, for me, it's my home...temporarily. For those adventurous folks I'll give you up-to-date resources.


Created by Cancel Account on May 14, 2001

1 Review

MT. RAINIER NATIONAL PARK is a natural wonder. It's an inactive volcano, snow capped and the views are incrediable

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