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Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier National Park, WA 98304
+1 360-569-2211
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At 14,410 feet, Mount Rainier is the fifth highest mountain in the continental 48 states.
  • Excellent87%
  • Very good10%
  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“national park” (129 reviews)
“visitor center” (110 reviews)
“day trip” (85 reviews)
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Mount Rainier National Park, WA 98304
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Reviewed 6 days ago

I may be over excited about this place as I am from a part of the world where no snow is present. Even for other travelers, apart from seeing snow, this is a nice hiking experience. There are several different trails to choose from so...More

Thank Chandika W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Book the vacation and get to this place. You will not be sorry.. if there is such a thing as heaven on earth then folks this is it.. I drove 2 hours to ride through the National park.. I spent all day then returned the...More

Thank jabii1969
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Plan your visit ahead to get the best personal experience. Some sides of the mountain are best for hiking while other sides are best for photos and site seeing. You will save time if you plan ahead. A Ranger on site recommended PARADISE side because...More

Thank JOVILLARREAL
Reviewed 1 week ago

September and October weather is the best. There are so many different vantage points to enjoy and places to hike. The climate changes in a blink of the eye. My favorite trail is Glacier Basin. Take your time research where you want to go and...More

Thank Biztravr
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We did a day drive. No way really to describe this place in words or pictures. You really have to experience it. Paradise was the highest point to which we could drive, and although the restaurant was closed the parking lot and restrooms were open....More

Thank Friend_of_IEEE
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I really enjoyed my day trip here! The views were gorgeous and majestic. It was interesting to learn about the area and also how Mount Rainier is still an active volcano! Breathing in the crisp, cool, fresh air really energized me...it was either that or...More

Thank Deonna2
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

we drove through the park on our way to the coast. being a National Park we expected a gate into the park but there isn't one. it was a gorgeous drive through the park. we saw big horn shepherd and a herd of Elk. there...More

Thank karlee_sos
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When visiting Mount Rainier, don't limit yourself to just one area. Take the time to see this beautiful mountain from as many different angles as possible. Keep in mind that weather plays a part in the experience, as was the case when I was there....More

Thank hoef972
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There are just no words that can accurately describe the splendor of this area! It was a bit a of drive from Seattle but oh so worth it! If your in the area take the time to visit. Note: We lost all cell service the...More

1  Thank MrsKarate
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Coming from the tropics and seeing snow in July was an experience by itself. This mountain is majestic and offers spectacular views. My crew took a short trek just up to where you can start seeing the snow. There is a restaurant with good food...More

Thank PosAmrita
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Danielle N
13 October 2017|
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Response from Yessyhara | Reviewed this property |
You're probably not going to make it very close to the mountain at that time of year since the roads will be covered with snow. I believe there are some innertubing runs in the area which you could google. I'd call the... More
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Ryan J
25 September 2017|
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Response from DavetheNon-Texan | Reviewed this property |
Most larger wildlife (except the deer, which are common at lower altitudes in the park) are not terribly commonly viewed. Marmots are everywhere on the alpine trails, mountain goats are pretty reliably encountered on... More
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Ly T
19 September 2017|
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Response from srobby | Reviewed this property |
We visited Mt. Ranier and did both. We were going to be in the area three days so we arranged to have a tour of the south (Paradise side) with Discover Nature out of Tacoma. We did that the first day. This tour is for small... More
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