Images of the Flood of 2006
Slide Show Presentations
Choose an album below to view images of flood damage and recovery efforts throughout the park. High resolution versions are included for use in publications, and should be credited to the National Park Service.
Did You Know?
At Mount Rainier, winter snowfall is typically heaviest between the elevations of 5,000 and 8,000 feet. Paradise, at 5,420 feet, receives an average of 641 inches of snowfall (nearly 54 feet) every year, making it one of the consistently snowiest places on Earth of those where snowfall is measured.