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The Mount Rainier National Park "Tahoma News" is printed each winter, spring, summer and fall. Look inside for descriptions of seasonal activities, current events and facility hours. Click on the link below to read the most recent edition on-line or receive a printed copy when you arrive at the entrance gate to the park.
Spring 2013 Tahoma News May - June 2013
Winter 2013 Tahoma News January 1 - April 2013
Fall 2012 Tahoma News September 4 - December 31, 2012
Summer 2012 Tahoma News July 1 - September 3, 2012
Hiking and Trail Guides
Wilderness and Backcountry
Did You Know?
About 5,600 years ago the summit and northeast face of Mount Rainier fell away in a massive landslide accompanied by volcanic explosions. The Osceola Mudflow, a towering wall of mud and rock, thundered down the White River Valley where it deposited 600' of debris eventually reaching the Puget Sound.