Mount Rainier, soaring to 14,410 feet above sea level, is one of Washington's most iconic sights. The most glaciated peak in the contiguous United States, Mount Rainier spawns six major rivers, hosts a wildlife-abundant forest at its lower slopes and boasts endless options for year-round outdoor fun.
Visit Mount Rainier National Park to experience all the area surrounding Washington's famous volcano has to offer, including world-renowned wildflower meadows, hiking trails for all skill levels, advanced mountaineering opportunities and downhill skiing and snowboarding in the wintertime. Ride a locomotive through the foothills in the spring, or gather huckleberries and mushrooms in the fall. Learn more at visitrainier.com.