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Ricksecker Point Road

Ricksecker Point Road

Ricksecker Point Road - This one-way road begins 6 miles (9.7 km) east of Longmire and offers fantastic views of Mount Rainier, Nisqually Valley, and the Tatoosh Range. The Ricksecker Point Road is open for the summer season effective May 10, 2018. This road is located inside Mount ...

10 Ways To Experience Mt. Rainier This Spring

Spring is a time of transition. The snow melts and waterfalls start to roar. Roads reopen and restore access to increased areas of Mt. Rainier National park and regional trails. Beat the crowds of summer and book a refreshing getaway to the Mt. Rainier this season. Read our list below ...
Mt Rainier Photo Courtesy Janelle Walker

Spring Vacation in the Mt. Rainier Area

Springtime in the Mt. Rainier area means roaring waterfalls as the snow begins to melt. Spring brings the cure to cabin fever as the trails at lower elevations can be hiked. Spring means a refreshing bike ride along the Carbon River, and the opportunity to get in some early spring ...
National Park Inn Restaurant

National Park Inn Restaurant

This inviting, family-style dining room at Longmire in the Park is open year round and offers hearty meal selections (vegetarian ...

Elbe

Enjoy Elbe! At the junction of Highway 7 and Highway 706, Elbe is best known for the home of the ...
SnowshowTour

Guided Snowshoe Tour and Dinner at Crystal Mountain

Our charismatic guides, Dan, Jeff, and Wendy entertained us with stories of wildlife sightings, Sasquatch inquiries and avalanches. They were well versed in mountain culture, and worked to ensure everyone had a safe, comfortable hike as Dan led us to a waterfall... ...

Go for a Keeper Tour at Northwest Trek

The quiet vocalizations made by a contented moose are both unexpected and charming. In order to be privy to these rare sounds, one needs to be closer than the average viewer. The same holds true for the distinctive scent of bison and big horned sheep, and ...

Fall in the Park

Slowly but surely, fall has slowly begun to take hold at the park. Leaves are beginning to turn, the evenings become brisk, and the crowds begin to thin. Autumn at Mount Rainier; it's simply a stunning time to visit the park. ...

A Family Day Spent at Paradise

In winter, the Henry M. Jackson Memorial Visitor Center in Mt. Rainier National Park offers many great family-friendly activities, from ...

A Visit to the Oak Creek Elk Feeding Area

Every day from mid-December to early March visitors can drop by the feeding area to watch hundreds of Rocky Mountain Elk during the supplemental winter feeding program. ...

Road Trip: Mt. Rainier

Hit the road and see the sights in and around Mt. Rainier. Choose from four loops, all of which can ...
Father's Day Fun

Video: Visit Mt. Rainier

Get to know Mt. Rainier with our latest video. A new day means something a little different when you’re at ...
Myrtle Falls / Edith Creek Photography

Video Getaway to Mt. Rainier

Looking for a sneak peak of what you’ll find at the mountain?  Take a few minutes and preview the possibilities ...