Mount Rainier National Park


Also found in: Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Mount Rainier National Park: North Cascades National Park

Mount Rainier National Park

(ˈraɪnɪə; reɪˈnɪə; rə-)
n
(Placename) a national park in W Washington, in the Cascade Range. Area: 976 sq km (377 sq miles)

Mount` Rainier′ Na′tional Park′


n.
a national park in W Washington, including Mount Rainier. 378 sq. mi. (980 sq. km).
References in periodicals archive ?
As part of the National Park Service's Inventory and Monitoring Program, we counted birds at mostly off-trail point-count stations in North Cascades National Park Complex in 2001 and 2002, Olympic National Park in 2002 and 2003, and Mount Rainier National Park in 2003 and 2004.
Takhoma: Ethnography Of Mount Rainier National Park is a scholarly compilation and record of the archaeological past and ethnographic study of Mount Rainier, also known as "Takhoma".
Takhoma; ethnography of Mount Rainier National Park.
and 1923, to the recently designated Mount Rainier National Park. During
ACROSS PUGET SOUND FROM OLYMPIC, MOUNT Rainier National Park would be one of the hardest hit by the Bush plan.
14, at an amphitheater in Mount Rainier National Park's Cougar Rock campground, a deep grumbling sound began to drown out a park ranger who was regaling visitors with an interpretive lecture about the park's natural wonders.
If Rainier erupts, lava or pyroclastic flow shouldn't reach far beyond the boundaries of Mount Rainier National Park, explains Willie Scott, head scientist at the Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Washington.
Hikers long have enjoyed picnicking in meadows of heather at Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park, yet that, too, is in flux.
If Mount Rainier National Park continues to be interested in determining the possible flow path(s) of human waste, samples should be collected earlier in the summer during more intense runoff and during periods of precipitation.
Projects include grooming 90 miles of trails in Kentucky's Mammoth Cave National Parks, restoring the habitat of a defunct ski area and creek at the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, and improving campgrounds and constructing tent pads at Mount Rainier National Park near Seattle.
For information, contact Mount Rainier National Park, Tahoma Woods, Star Route, Ashford, WA 98304; 206/569-2211.
Peter apologizes that we need to "walk in the milk jug." To get to his work station at either Camp Muir (10,080 feet in elevation), or Camp Schurman (9,440 feet) in Mount Rainier National Park, he has to cross a permanent snowfield and climb to the edge of a glacier.