Quote of the Month: "Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience."
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
The Granite Mountain Trail is a steep trail that requires much effort, but it leads to one of the best viewpoints in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. For many hikers, this trail is one of the favorite, because the views here take your breath away. At the end of the trail, hikers are surrounded by numerous summits, alpine terrain and they feel real closeness of the sky.Read More
Panorama Point opens before visitors breathtaking views of the Paradise region, the Tatoosh Range and stunning views of both stratovolcanoes. If you turn your back to Mount Rainier and look to the South, you will be able to see Mt. St. Helens to the right and Mt. Adams to the left. Between these two mountains there is Mt. Hood.Read More
Visiting Paradise should be the main priority on your to-do-list in Mount Rainier National Park. This area is one of the most visited areas in the park throughout the year. It is very popular among the tourists because Mount Rainier with its glaciers seems to be very close.Read More