Mt Rainier National Park

Established in 1899 as America’s 5th National Park, Mount Rainer National Park is home to the entire 14,411 stratovolcano of the same name and highest point in the Cascade Mountain Range. This park has a unique variety of valleys, subalpine meadows, old-growth forest, waterfall sand over 25 glaciers. The Mountain itself is circled by the famous Wonderland Trail, which affords hikers some of the most amazing wildflowers along its 97 miles. To learn more about this park and Leave No Trace please visit