National Park Inn At Mount Rainier
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Once I got over the ridge, it was a pretty quick, AKA steep, trail down to the trailhead. I stopped on the way for a little half mile side trip to the ruins of an old fire lookout tower. It was a steep climb up to it with similar views that I had all morning but at least now it is checked off the list.The thing about hiking is it really is one foot in front of the other. Just keep putting one foot in front of the other. Little steps or big steps, it ...
Night 14: Up the Cascades From Farewell Bend, OR, to Mt. Rainier NP, WA Today we drove 400 miles. It was a long day of driving and off-the-cuff navigating that took a lot out of us. Weather started hit with temps reaching 97 under sunny skies. As we ascended the Cascades temps bottomed out at 67, but mostly averaged 75, which is hot for this location. The Pacific Northwest is under an odd high pressure and is taking a break from its usual rain and gloom. Because of the unusually clear ...
... amazing trip is coming to an end and eat in the room and take in the wonderful surroundings for the last few hours of this fantastic journey.
after tidying the cabin and taking a last few photographs of the unbelievable scenery from our stunning home for the last week.We drive into town one last time and drive up and down Main Street for the final time and say how we are going to miss this place and set off towards Seattle and the airport,the weather is a bit overcast ...
I have been anticipating visiting with Gus and Kat since we left Florida. But I'm getting ahead of myself. It was absolutely the most clear day we have had in a while. I knew everything was going to be perfect today. While we were waiting for our visitors, we spent the morning looking at the mountain through Augusto's spotting scope and binoculars. We noticed a couple of black moving dots. I'm not sure if the picture shows up ...
Added Sept 1 - Mount Rainier was absolutely wonderful but zero cellular reception or even wifi. Nothing. We even had to use a pay phone to make a couple of calls we needed. It's probably been decades since I've used a pay phone. By the way it was a dollar for 10 minutes. Mount Rainier is the highest mountain in the lower 48 states. It is a dormant volcano and has 28 active glaciers circling its perimeters. It was created in 1899 and is the country's fifth ...