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

    Mount Rainier

    National Park Washington

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  • 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 »

Photo Album

Volunteers help in almost every area of park operations at Mount Rainier. These pictures show the broad range of volunteers, and volunteer projects, that you'll encounter at Mount Rainier National Park. Many more photos can be viewed in our Picasa and Flickr photo collections. Scroll down for some of our more recent videos, or check out our YouTube page. Picture yourself part of our team!
 

Multimedia Volunteers
Learn more about our volunteer program through the following multimedia files (for best results, right-click on the link and download the file to your own computer first):

 

 

 
 

Did You Know?

Mount Rainier summit with Mount Adams in the distance.

At 14,410 feet, Mount Rainier is the highest peak in the Cascade Range. From various locations around the park you can see four other Cascade volcanoes: Mount Saint Helens, Mount Adams, Mount Baker, and Glacier Peak. On a clear day, you can see the tip of Mount Hood, in northern Oregon, from Paradise Meadows.