Mount Rainier National Park

At 14,411 feet, Mt. Rainer is pretty impressive.

Regardless of what time of year you visit, there’s usually a line up to get inside the park.

Dramatic temperature difference between the campground at 71 degrees and the visitors center at mountain at 36 degrees.

Unfortunately, we only spent one day in the park because of the weather. Rain and drizzle, the day we departed we ended up driving through a snow squall. I don’t scare easily, but I had a few white knuckle moments.

Crater Lake National Park is next on the agenda.

3 thoughts on “Mount Rainier National Park

  1. Nancy YB

    Great pics especially for those of us who’ve never been there. Just curious how long of a drive it was from the place where it was 70s temperatures to the mountain part where it was 30s temps? Cool experience (pun intended due to the white knuckle part).

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