When looking back at my pictures of our stay at Mt. Rainier National Park in August 2009 I found many pictures that were more general and not related to the hikes I took. This album is a collection of the Tatoosh Range pictures mostly viewed from drives between Paradise and Stevens Canyon.
The Tatoosh Range is the jagged string of mountains visible from the windows of the Jackson Visitor's Center at Paradise in Rainier NP and is found near the southern boundary of the park. Climbers can scramble over a few in one day or if ambitious attempt to traverse all the peaks in a day. Even if just admired from afar they are truly a delight to the eye, a beautiful complement to Rainier's massif.