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At 14,410 feet, Mount Rainier is the fifth highest mountain in the continental 48 states.
Mount Rainier National Park, WA 98304
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

At 14,410 feet, it is a crown jewel in The Cascades along the Pacific Northwest thereby earning it the right to have its own National Park. While the mountain’s well known peak is visible for miles in every direction, it’s alpine, glacier clad slopes occupy...More

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Reviewed yesterday

We were so very fortunate to see Denali in clear view from the viewing point on Park Highway #3 and when we went to Seattle, Mt. Rainer was shrouded in clouds wherever we were. On our last day, on the light rail going to Seatac,...More

Thank jer b
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This place is amazing, in fact in 30 years of hiking we've never had a better day! The scenery is unbelievable, a different vista at every turn and best of all, we saw chipmunks, deer, foxes, deer chasing foxes! Amazing. This must be the best...More

Thank Nick D
Reviewed 5 days ago

Pictures do not do justice to Mt. Rainier. Every view of the mountain is breathtaking. There are several awesome hikes that are not too long. You can see glacial rivers, 1000 year old trees, waterfalls, and mountains! I highly recommend everyone see this in their...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago

Our time at Three Bears Lodge was memorable. Mt. Rainier in July was spectacular and our cabin had everything that we needed. Sometimes the cell phone service wasn't great, but the customer service at Three Bear's Lodge was flawless!

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We hiked to Glacier Vista and the views were continually stunning. Come to Paradise Visitor Center and the staff Rangers will help you choose the trails the fit your goals. Just a wonderful place!

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were visiting Seattle for the first time but it wasn't the city that was the biggest attraction for us, it was Mount Rainier. We rented a car and entered the park from the southwest gate on highway 706. The weather was foggy and there...More

2  Thank todd k
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I came here over Labor Day weekend. The drive to the park was overcast and we were quite disappointed. However, around noon, the clouds broke and we just happened to be in a prime spot to see Mount Rainier in all her...More

Thank guitardude9587
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Came here with family in mid September, shame about the fog - we can't really see the tip of the mountain, but we managed to do three hikes beginners route and enjoy the amazing views! It was raining on and off but managed to see...More

Thank Jack T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Words and even photos cant do the Paradise trail any justice! This is certainly a must see. We hiked the entire circular mapped trail in about 6 hours and stopped several times for unbelievable photo ops and breathtaking views. Take lots of snacks, water, sunglasses,...More

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Response from Noel J | Reviewed this property |
I just saw your question. There was a shorter hike we did in both directions and I think it would work. We stayed at the Paradise Inn which still had a fair amount of snow and we were not prepared for the snow. We drove to... More