Join us on Mt. Rainier for a day hike up & across glacial fields, to 10,000 elevation for a view to live for.
All photos by Joshua Johnson
1

Mount Rainier

Looking up at the most heavily glaciated peak in the lower 48 states as seen from Paradise Lodge, Mt Rainier National Park.

2

From the Skyline trail

Mid-summer melts feed rivers and verdant alpine meadows. From the Skyline trail.

3

Mount Adams

The air was clear at 9,000 feet and Mt. Adams faced us like an old friend at the door. Below a group of day hikers trudge up the glacial fields.

4

Mount Adams

Mt. Adams detail.

5

Drinking from rivers

Dustin refills his water bottle from a impossibly clear stream emerging at the base of a glacier."

6

Glacial Wrinkles

Looking up towards the unseen Summit from Camp Muir, 10,000 feet elevation.

7

Hikers

Camp Muir, a popular overnight spot for summit parties was a small village of tents, rope, energy bars and unburdened backpacks.

8

Paralax

Mirrored paralax.