Mount Rainier National Park’s five developed segments consist of Longmire, Ohanapecosh, Sunrise, Paradise, and Carbon and Mowich—each of which supplies a different experience.
Longmire is the park’s national historic district, while Paradise has meadows teeming with wildflowers in the summer and activities such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. Meanwhile, Carbon and Mowich offer a temperate rainforest, Sunrise has a superior trail system and Ohanapecosh boasts fascinating ancient forests.
The majority of the park’s 147 miles of motorways are open from late May to early October (be sure to check current road conditions), and the Longmire and Paradise areas are open year-round.
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