Mount Rainier National Park Off The Beaten Path

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    Snow in Paradise

    by goingsolo Written Jul 7, 2004

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    Paradise

    Paradise is located at about 5,600 feet, approximately a mile above sea level. It receives an average annual precipitation of 600 inches per year. During the winter of 1971-1972, 1,172 inches of snow fell, which is a world's record. At least it is according to the nps website.

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    LITTLE TAHOMA

    by mtncorg Written Dec 16, 2003

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    Little Tahoma in morning sunlight, Cathedral Rocks

    Little Tahoma is a huge pyramidal satellite of Mt Rainier standing just to the east. It rises to 11138 ft/2802 m. Best climbed from Summerland to the east or from Paradise, you cross both the Cowlitz and Ingraham Glaciers. It is about 10 hours from Paradise. Rotten rock awaits.

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    • National/State Park
    • Mountain Climbing

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    View from the summit

    by goingsolo Updated Jul 12, 2004

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    Mt Fremont summit

    Again, not the summit of Ranier, but a lookout on a nearby mountain. On a clear day, it is possible to see the North Cascades from here.

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