Summertime Ranger-led Programs return to the Mountain
Mount Rainier National Park is pleased to announce the return of regularly scheduled ranger-led programs. The Ohanapecosh campground is snow-free and rangers have returned to present a variety of daily programs starting Friday, June 17th. These include Junior Ranger activities, walks and evening programs.
Inside Paradise Inn
In June at the Paradise Jackson Visitor Center, visitors can join a daily Ranger’s Choice walk at 2 p.m. and on Friday, June 17th there will be an evening program at the Paradise Inn starting at 9 p.m. The complete schedule of daily ranger programs at Longmire and Paradise will begin Friday, July 1st. The summer schedule of Ranger-led activities is available on the park website at:
Friday, June 17, Paradise Inn Lobby at 9:00 PM Journey to Paradise: Join Ranger Maureen McLean for a 1915 sojourn to Mount Rainier National Park.
Friday, June 17, Ohanapecosh Campground Amphitheater 8:30 pm Treemendous Trees: Come and discover the many special gifts that the coniferous forests of Mount Rainier provide for all with Ranger Bev Killam.
Saturday, June 18, Ohanapecosh Campground Amphitheater 8:30 pm Climbing Mount Rainier: Have you ever wondered, dreamed, or imagined what you would experience were you to climb the mountain? Join Ranger Dan Smith for a journey into the world of thin air and ice as he shares his 40+ years of climbing experiences.
Ohanapecosh Visitor Center
Sunday, June 19, Ohanapecosh Campground Amphitheater 8:30 pm Life in the Treetops: The old growth forests of Mount Rainier National Park are some of the last remnants of the forests that covered this area in the past. These biologically diverse ecosystems provide life to thousands of plant and animal species. Join Ranger Scott Coombs in a tour of the old growth forest and an introduction to the animals that call these treetops home.
Monday, June 20, Ohanapecosh Campground Amphitheater 8:30 pm Climbing Mount Rainier: Ranger Dan Smith