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Category Archives: Washington
Mount Rainier has beaten Bigfoot as one of three finalists for the official Washington State Quarter.
Clmbing legend Ed Viesturs raised a huge blue flag with the number 12 atop the Seattle Space Needle.
Sylvestor Stallone will be marketing “Sly Water” from Mount Rainier’s Carbon glacier starting in March.
Newspapers across the country report the passing of Seattle Mountain Rescue Founder Paul Williams.
The Mountaineers are planning to teach climbers to evaluate whether it is safer to wait for help.
A man wearing light sweatshirt was rescued after getting lost while climbing through Ape Cave on Mount St. Helens.
Geologists in reviewing a 3D Cat scan of Rainier have upgraded the earthquake possibilites on fault Ohanapecosh.
SeattlePI reports Rev. Santos Teixeira fell 400 feet from Moro Rock in Sequoia National Park.
KCTS in Seattle is to air The Wonderland Project about an attempt to circumnavigating WashingtonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Mt. Rainier, in a single 24 hour push.
Snow has resulted in the earliest ski opening in the Pacific Northwest since Nov. 5, 1994.
The Seattle Times reports Starbucks is having to defend its trademark around the world as imitators make substitions including in Japan where the mermaid is replaced with Mount Rainier.
The AP reports a washout has closed Highway 410 is closed from the Morse Creek winter gate to the junction with Highway 123 near Mount Rainier on Chinook Pass. Westbay says it will take at least two weeks to build … Continue reading
The Seattle Times reports feds are considering raising the entrance fees at Rainier and in the Olympics from $10 to $15.
The Seattle Times and other publications report Mount Rainier’s Paradise Inn will close on Oct. 9 for two years during extensive renovations.
The News Tribune reports that a massive search for a Connecitcut man missing on Rainier has been complicated because of his off route hiking.