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Mount Rainier

ABOUT THIS POINT OF INTEREST
ABOUT THIS POINT OF INTEREST

Towering 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier is a geographic icon representative of the Seattle, Washington landscape. Mount Rainier is currently an active volcano, and the 5 major rivers that surround it have made it into the most glaciated peak in the continental U.S. Sub-alpine wildflower meadows surround its icy peak, but its lower levels are more defined by the ancient forests that popular films and television shows have indelibly associated with Seattle. As an international meeting ground for guests from all over the world, you can explore Mount Rainier at your own pace. Mount Rainer can be seen from downtown Seattle!

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