Pete& Jan's 2018 Travels travel blog

On Hwy 410

On our way up into the mountains






Have to keep an eye out for the locals

There were several waterfalls on the way to the park & in...




Looking over to the road where we'd soon be driving


Another local crossing the road

Pete was able to get a close up





Really getting into the snow

No pit stop here, snowed in




First view of Mount Rainier

Gorgeous !





Beautiful shade of blue in the snow

Big snow bank


What an awesome drive

Its so hard trying to decide which photos to post, so many...

Mount Rainier from another vantage point


Quite cool

The road below, headed that way







A Marmet

He stood up & was watching us

Pete got this great photo of him (or her)


Heading back out of the park

We had a beautiful day



You can see where rocks slid down through the snow & where...



They need a little traffic


cool looking branches



Mount Rainier is the highest mountain of the Cascade Range of the Pacific Northwest. Elevation is 14,411 Ft., its last eruption was in 1894. There was so much snow but the roads were clear & there were several waterfalls flowing down the rocks (at various points in the park). The sights were exceptional & Mount Rainier is so majestic...its so amazing. We kept stopping & taking photos, Pete would even stop in the middle of the road so we could get our best shots (lucky for us we got there early enough that there was little traffic).

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