Happy 118th Birthday, Mount Rainier National Park!


In March of 1899, Mount Rainier National Park was founded as the nation’s fifth national park and the first created from a national forest. The pinnacle of the cascade range and an active stratovolcano, Mount Rainier can be seen looming in the distance from the hustle and bustle of caffeinated Seattle. It’s long been a place of study for volcanologists and glaciologists alike.

Coming home from trips to the remarkable places of the world is  easier knowing I’m fortunate enough to live in the midst of such incredible places. The verdant Cascade Range is a must-see for anyone traveling to the Pacific North West!

Join me for a workshop at Mount Rainier this August!

Mt. Rainier Workshop with Art Wolfe
August 10-13

 

3 Responses to “Happy 118th Birthday, Mount Rainier National Park!”

  1. Wayne Nelson says:

    Incredible body of work at a very special place!

  2. Sonja Dazey says:

    Stunning, unbelievably beautiful photography. Happy birthday, Mt. Ranier!!!

  3. Alan McAlpine says:

    Hi there ART, What a great subject, and you certainly made some magic photographs.

    It would be good to travel with you again. We have made quite a few trips with Denis
    since we last met up with you. Let me know if you are planning to join up again, so
    I can bring a spare tripod. ( just kidding).
    All the best and kind regards,
    Alan McAlpine.

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