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October 1st, 2012 - 08:21 PM
Mount Rainier is a massive stratovolcano located 54 miles southeast of Seattle in the state of Washington, United States. (Courtesy of Wikipedia)
Elevation: 14,409 feet (4,392 m)
Last eruption: 1894
Prominence: 13,212 feet (4,027 m)
First ascent: August 17, 1870
Mountain range: Cascade Range
First ascenders: Philemon Beecher Van Trump, Hazard Stevens
My first attempt at a blog so bear with me.
I love Mt Rainier for its breathtaking beauty, and endless opportunities for photography.
It has all the elements neccessary to make a success of you and hone your craft in the photographic arena.
In an attempt to provide information I have copied some which I feel can be of service to those interested in more info:
this info was obtained at: http://www.nps.gov/mora/mountrainiernps.htm
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Join the Mount Rainier Facebook community! Learn more about Mount Rainier and connect to other fans of the park.
Check the Mount Rainier twitter feed for daily updates on the opening/closing status of the Longmire-Paradise road and other park announcements.
Get behind-the-scenes of park operations and discover another side of Mount Rainier by watching our videos posted on YouTube. Videos produced by Mount Rainier National Park are also available in the Mount Rainier Video Gallery.
Find photos of Mount Rainier and share your own with Mount Rainier's Flickr group.
Also, Maybe you might like to check out my alternate website for my photography at: