• Mount Rainier peeks through clouds, viewed across subalpine wildflowers and glacial moraine.

    Mount Rainier

    National Park Washington

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  • No water/restrooms at Paradise - 10/23/14

    Due to an issue with the Paradise water tanks, there is no drinkable water and only temporary restrooms at Paradise. Use restrooms at Longmire/Narada Falls instead; drinkable water is available in Longmire. More »

  • Nisqually to Paradise Delays

    Road construction from the Nisqually Entrance to Longmire. Expect a 30-minute delay, Monday through Friday. More »

  • High Water & Inclement Weather Create Hazardous River Crossings

    Several Wonderland trail bridges on the White River and Carbon River have been washed out by high water. Be advised that some crossings will need to be forded, and in some cases may be impassable while inclement conditions continue. More »

Webcams

Multiple views of Mount Rainier with different weather taken from the Mountain webcam.

The weather can change fast on the mountain. Stay up to date with Mount Rainier's webcams.

NPS Webcam Photos

Is the mountain out? What's the weather like in the park? Are the parking lots at Paradise and Sunrise full? Check out Mount Rainier's live webcams to find out:
Paradise Area
Mountain
East
West
Visitor Center
Tatoosh
Air Quality

Camp Muir - Down for winter; returning summer 2015

Longmire Area
Longmire

Carbon Area
Carbon River

Sunrise Area
NOTE: Down for the Winter - Check back in summer 2015!
Sunrise Mountain
Sunrise East
 

Paradise Area Webcams
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The air quality webcam is part of the NPS air quality web camera network. Images are updated every 15 minutes. Visit the NPS Air Resources site for more air quality data- including ozone, particulate matter, visual range, and weather conditions- that are updated hourly.


Longmire Area Webcams

 

Carbon Area Webcams

 

Sunrise Area Webcams

 

Did You Know?

Trees and lush vegetation in the Carbon River Rainforest.

The Carbon River Valley receives about 70 - 90 inches of rain a year. Abundant rainfall and mild temperatures have created an inland temperate rainforest. Explore the Carbon River Rainforest on the 1/4 mile loop trail and learn about the rainforest ecosystem from exhibits located along the trail.