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Category Archives: Washington
The News Tribune reports that Highway 123 on the east side of Rainier between Paradise and Sunrise could be open by Sept. 28.
The News Tribune reports that Robert Link, 49, of Bend, Oregon, is the latest person to join the 300 Club consisting of people who have climbed Rainier 300 times.
The News Tribune reports that two of six improvement projects at Mount Rainier have been approved.
The Olympian has an article on Mount Rainier discussions about whether to reopen Carbon Road which remains closed after the November 2007 floods.
Sportscities reports on the Mount Rainier Mountaineering Festival sponsored by the Washington Trails Association.
84-year-old summits WA’s Mount Rainier _ again Seattle Post Intelligencer – Jul 4, 2007 An 84-year-old retired plutonium worker says he’s reached the summit of Mount Rainier – for the sixth time. Bill Painter has made all his ascents of … Continue reading
A woman was found at the base of a waterfall on the southwest slope of Rainier.
Park Roundup: Mountaineer Lodge Snoqualmie Fire, Donald Trump Park, Delicate Arch Climb, Rocky Mountain Reprieve
Here’s the May 13 summary of park news including: Mountaineer Lodge Snoqualmie Fire, Donald Trump Park, Delicate Arch Climb, Rocky Mountain Reprieve.
A rock slide has closed portions of Rainier Cayuse Pass highway until June.
The Washington State quarter will have a design that features Mount Rainier.
Charlie Borgh, a former climbing ranger at Mount Rainier, died in an avalanche in the Canadian Rockies.
Here’s a summary of coyote, bear and mountain lion reports in Tennessee, Washington, Colorado and Massachusetts.
2006-02-22 Backcountry Accidents in California, Colorado, Oregon, Virginia, Washington, Australia, Spain
Accident reports as of February 22, 2006
Backcountry accident reports through February 14, 2006.