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

    Mount Rainier

    National Park Washington

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  • Expect delays due to road construction.

    Road construction is underway from the Nisqually Entrance to Longmire. The road has very rough areas. All vehicles should proceed with caution. Mon to Fri expect up to 30 minute delays and slow travel for 7 miles. More »

  • Melting snow bridges and high streamflows create hazards for hikers, skiers, and snowshoers

    Be aware of hidden- and potentially fatal- hazards created by snow bridges and high streamflows on Mount Rainier. More »

Mount Rainier Maps

Maps of Park and Vicinity
Maps of Mount Rainier Campgrounds
Maps of Mount Rainier Wilderness and Trails


Note:The maps listed below are all PDF documents. Adobe Reader is required to open these documents. Left-click to open the document you wish to view. If you have a slower internet connection, it may be easier to "right-click" and select "save target as." Then you can view the document off line using your Adobe Reader.
 

Maps of Park and Vicinity
The Park - map of Mount Rainier National Park
The Vicinity - map of Mount Rainier vicinity showing highways and communities near the park

 

Maps of Mount Rainier Campgrounds
To learn more about campground facilities and regulations go to Camping at Mount Rainier.

Cougar Rock Campground
Ohanapecosh Campground
White River Campground

 

Mount Rainier Wilderness and Trails Maps
Before hiking any trail, check with a Ranger at a Visitor Center, Wilderness Information Center, or at the Longmire Museum for current trail status.

Park trail maps and descriptions of 50 trails
Longmire Trails
Paradise Trails
Ohanapecosh Trails
Sunrise Trails
Carbon & Mowich Trails
Get Your Bearings (Muir Snowfield)
Wilderness Trip Planner Map (includes trail mileages)
Mount Rainier Wilderness and Backcountry Zones Map

Did You Know?

The first photograph taken at Rainier's summit is dated August 14, 1888.

The first photograph taken at the summit of Mount Rainier was taken at noon on August 14, 1888. Among the group photographed that day at the crater rim are naturalist John Muir, and P. B. Van Trump, one of the first two men known to have reached Rainier's summit.