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Mount Rainier National Park from Sunrise.

 
Mount Rainier National Park from Sunrise.

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Object Title: Mount Rainier National Park from Sunrise.

Image Type(s): Hiking, Scenery

 

Page By: Boriss Andean

Created/Edited: Oct 20, 2007 / Sep 18, 2009

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A short visit to Mount Rainier National Park.

 
Sunrise Lodge.
Sunrise lodge.
 
Sarvant Glaciers.
Sarvant glaciers.
SEP.03.2007. The following images were taken mostly from Sunrise ridge, Sourdough and Burroughs Mountains, a mountain range located on the north side of Mount Rainier National Park, a popular hiking destination, due to the excellent view of Mount Rainier and its proximity to roads and the Sunrise Visitor Center.

Mount Rainier looked tall from where I was standing at. I think it was the first time I saw a glacier at very low altitude. Ususally glaciers in the Andes start above 14,000 ft.
 
Mount Rainier and Little Tahoma.
Mount Rainier and little Tahoma
 
Rainier from Sunrise Ridge.
Mount Rainier as seen from Sunrise Ridge















The whole range was formed by big mountains, few of them had glaciers and snow fields which were melting during the warm summer.

Forest and streams were beautiful and gave to the surroundings a nice contrast with the sky. What an amazing place!

Images


Mount Rainier and Little Tahoma.

Mount Rainier and Little Tahoma.

Sarvant Glaciers.

Sarvant Glaciers.

Glacier Basin Reflection.

Glacier Basin Reflection.

Sunrise lake

Sunrise lake

Sunrise Lodge.

Sunrise Lodge.

Frozen Lake

Frozen Lake

Rainier from Sunrise Ridge.

Rainier from Sunrise Ridge.

Mount Adams

Mount Adams

Skyscraper Mountain.

Skyscraper Mountain.

Shadow Lake.

Shadow Lake.

Alpine tundra.

Alpine tundra.

Governors Ridge.

Governors Ridge.

McNeeley Peak and Frozen Lake.

McNeeley Peak and Frozen Lake.

View to the southeast.

View to the southeast.

Sarvant Glaciers.

Sarvant Glaciers.


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