|Contributions||McWhorter Collection., Pacific Northwest History Collection.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 107 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||107|
If you want a big name draw, and lots of old pictures meant to impress rather than inform, than this is your book. This book seemed like it was rushed and not at all put together as well as others I have seen. Although Beckey is undoubtably a climbing guru around these parts, I have never associated his name with Rainier/5(7). Maps and Adventures for Kids. A young hiker at Paradise meadows. NPS/Kevin Bacher. Mount Rainier is a beautiful, powerful, and ever-changing place. Hiking and wildflower viewing are big reasons people visit the park. You can also step back in time and walk in the footsteps of the pioneers by visiting historic buildings. Now climbers can get away from the crowded dog routes and experience a wide array of Rainier's most fun, challenging, and complex routes. Mount Rainier: A Climbing Guide features 39 of the mountain's best routes, complete with details on the approach, the climb, and the descent, as well as elevation gain, difficulties and hazards, and season.4/5(15). The name game is serious business. One that merits serious consideration is Mount Rainier. Unlike McKinley, Rainier wasn’t a U.S. president or even an American, for that matter.
The Mount Rainier style helped set the tone for all the American national parks, Dolan said, and eventually parks all over the world. That, and the fact that Mount Rainier was the first park to conform so completely to a master plan, led to the establishment in of the Mount Rainier National Historic Landmark District. Peter Rainier (24 November – 7 April ) was a Royal Navy officer who served during the Seven Years' War, the American Revolutionary War and the Napoleonic to , Rainier was commander-in-chief of the Navy's East Indies Station, covering all seas between the Cape of Good Hope and the South China Sea.. Mount Rainier in Washington, Battles/wars: American Revolutionary War, . Mount Rainier, highest mountain (14, feet [4, meters]) in the state of Washington, U.S., and in the Cascade Range. It lies about 40 miles (64 km) southeast of the city of Tacoma, within Mount Rainier National Park. A dormant volcano, it last erupted about years ago. This timber sale probably stands as one of the most egregious mistakes in the administrative history of Mount Rainier National Park. If the contract did not technically violate the Mount Rainier National Park Act (the secretary's regulations of J prohibited the cutting or injury of any timber growing on the park lands), it was certainly illegal in its execution.
Puyallup Tribe member wants Mt. Rainier renamed Originally published at pm Updated at pm Having a truly righteous idea, Robert Satiacum says, is . If Mount Rainier is dropped, what happens to the names of Rainier Beer, Rainier cherries and the Tacoma Rainiers minor league baseball team? “With a name that has been around for quite some time, the likelihood of getting it changed is not that great,” said Mark Monmonier, a geography professor at Syracuse University who wrote a book about. Keep up to date with all of the news and event updates in Mt. Rainier National Park and the surrounding area with our Mount Rainier blog. Learn more here. The tussle over the naming of the mountain has been ongoing. It was in that the official name of the mountain became Rainier. This was decreed by the US Board on Geographic names. The mountain and the surrounding areas were declared the Mount Rainier Forest Reserve in In , the reserve was transformed into a National Park.