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The American Pika (Ochotona princeps) is an herbivorous, smaller relative of the rabbit. These cute rodents can be found in the mountains of western North America usually above the tree line in large boulder fields. The pika could become the first mammal in United States to be listed as endangered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service as a result of global climate change. This pika was photographed near Sunrise Lake in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The American Pika (Ochotona princeps) is an herbivorous, smaller relative of the rabbit. These cute rodents can be found in the mountains of western North America usually above the tree line in large boulder fields. The pika could become the first mammal in United States to be listed as endangered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service as a result of global climate change. This pika was found near Mount Fremont, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Mount Rainier, in Washington State, is the highest peak in the Cascade Range at 14,410'. The sub-alpine meadows that surround the mountain put on a brilliant display of wildflowers every summer. This meadow of lupine and bistort was photographed at Spray Park, just north of the mountain near Mowich Lake. Because of reduced winter snowfall and an unseasonably warm June, the wildflower season came early in 2015. This scene, shot in June would normally not be seen until late July.

At 14,410' above sea level, Mount Rainier dominates the landscape of the Puget Sound region. Mount Rainier is the highest point in Washington State, and is also the most glaciated mountain in the continental United States. This picture of a cross country skier was taken from Reflection Lakes in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The 93 mile Wonderland Trail encircles Mount Rainier. The trail crosses many ridges and valleys, gaining and losing 22,000 feet of elevation along the way. The Wonderland Trail was built in 1915 and in 1981 was designated a National Recreation Trail. At 14,410' above sea level, Mount Rainier dominates the landscape of the Puget Sound region. Mount Rainier is the highest point in Washington State, and is also the most glaciated mountain in the continental United States. This picture of Mount Rainier was photographed from the Wonderland Trail by Klapatche Park in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Mount Rainier, in Washington State, is the highest peak in the Cascade Range at 14,410'. The sub-alpine meadows that surround the mountain put on a brilliant display of wildflowers every summer. This meadow of lupine and bistort was photographed at Spray Park, just north of the mountain near Mowich Lake. Because of reduced winter snowfall and an unseasonably warm June, the wildflower season came early in 2015. This scene, shot in June would normally not be seen until late July.

In September and October, the Puget Sound country is often blanketed with fog all day. To get out of the fog and into sunshine just drive above it into the mountains. This view of the foggy lowlands was photographed toward sunset from Paradise at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Tipsoo Lake, at an elevation of 5299 feet above sea level, is an alpine lake within the Northern Cascade Range located near the summit of Chinook Pass in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA. The area is popular with photographers as the meadows abound with the vibrant wildflowers in the summer and changing colors in the fall. This picture was taken in September as the shift to fall colors began.

Mount Rainier's numerous waterfalls are best viewed in early summer as melting snow feeds the streams, and again in autumn as the rains fill the streambeds. During late summer, only the major waterfalls will be flowing. Only a small number of the many waterfalls near Mount Rainier have been named. Whether the falls have names or not, they are a refreshing sight to both the eye and spirit. This waterfall was photographed on Lodi Creek in Berkeley Park, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Indian Henry's Patrol Cabin is a historic back country cabin built by the National Park Service in 1915-1916. It sits in an open meadow at 5,300 feet above sea level. The meadow had been used in the 19th century by the Cowlitz and Nisqually tribes. The area was named after Sotolik, known as Indian Henry, to those who sought him out as a guide. The patrol cabin is located at Indian Henry's Hunting Ground in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

At 14,410' above sea level, Mount Rainier dominates the landscape of the Puget Sound region. Mount Rainier is the highest point in Washington State, and is also the most glaciated mountain in the continental United States. This picture of a snowshoe hiker was taken in the winter from Paradise Meadows in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The American Pika (Ochotona princeps) is an herbivorous, smaller relative of the rabbit. These cute rodents can be found in the mountains of western North America usually above the tree line in large boulder fields. The pika could become the first mammal in United States to be listed as endangered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service as a result of global climate change. This pika was found near Mount Fremont, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Townsend's chipmunk (Neotamias townsendii) is a small rodent in the squirrel family. It lives in the forests and mountains of the Pacific Northwest from British Columbia through western Washington and Oregon. Townsend's chipmunk is named for John Kirk Townsend, an early 19th-century ornithologist. This chipmunk was photographed at Clover Lake in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel (Callospermophilus lateralis) is a type of squirrel found in the mountainous areas of western North America. Because of its stripes and cheek pouches the Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel is often thought of as a chipmunk. It is considerably larger than the chipmunk and lacks facial stripes. This squirrel was photographed on Mount Fremont in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Glaciers form when snow accumulates over many years and eventually compacts into ice. The weight of the ice causes the glacier to slowly flow down a mountain, cracking along the way to form crevasses. Mount Rainier’s 25 glaciers makes it the most glaciated mountain in the lower 48 states. The 25 glaciers have a combined area of 35 square miles. The Puyallup Glacier was photographed from Klapatche Park on the west side of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Mount Fremont Fire Lookout is a rustic style building in the northern part of Mount Rainier National Park. It sits on top of a rocky outcrop at an elevation of 7317 feet above sea level. The building is maintained as a historic structure and is no longer used as a fire lookout. The lookout was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 13, 1991. Mount Fremont Lookout is located near Sunrise in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The 200 species of Castilleja are commonly known as Indian Paintbrush. These annual and perennial plants are native to the western part of the Americas from Alaska south to the Andes, northern Asia, and one species as far west as the Kola Peninsula in northwestern Russia. These plants are classified in the broomrape family. They are considered a parasitic plant which grows on the roots of grasses and forbs. The name honors the Spanish botanist Domingo Castillejo. These Castilleja were photographed on the Paradise Meadows in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Tatoosh Range is a rugged mountain range located south of Mount Rainier. The range runs east-west and has 25 named peaks, the highest of which is Unicorn Peak at 6,971 feet above sea level. This view of the Tatoosh Range was photographed from Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Tatoosh Range is a rugged mountain range located south of Mount Rainier. The range runs east-west and has 25 named peaks, the highest of which is Unicorn Peak at 6,971 feet above sea level. This view of the Tatoosh Range was photographed from Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Tipsoo Lake, at an elevation of 5299 feet above sea level, is an alpine lake within the Northern Cascade Range located near the summit of Chinook Pass. The area is popular with photographers as the meadows abound with the vibrant wildflowers in the summer and changing colors in the fall. This picture was taken in September as the shift to fall colors began. Tipsoo Lake is in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The 93 mile Wonderland Trail encircles Mount Rainier. The trail crosses many ridges and valleys, gaining and losing 22,000 feet of elevation along the way. The Wonderland Trail was built in 1915 and in 1981 was designated a National Recreation Trail. This scene of the Upper White River Valley was photographed near Panhandle Gap, the highest point on the trail at 6800 feet. The Wonderland Trail is in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

If it were not a volcanic remnant of Mount Rainier, Little Tahoma Peak, at 11,138 feet above sea level, would be considered the third highest mountain in Washington State. This picture of Little Tahoma and the Emmons Glacier was photographed from the Mount Fremont Trail in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The 93 mile Wonderland Trail encircles Mount Rainier. The trail crosses many ridges and valleys, gaining and losing 22,000 feet of elevation along the way. The Wonderland Trail was built in 1915 and in 1981 was designated a National Recreation Trail. This snow covered peak was photographed at Summerland, one of the many sub-alpine meadows on the trail. The Wonderland Trail is in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The 93 mile Wonderland Trail encircles Mount Rainier. The trail crosses many ridges and valleys, gaining and losing 22,000 feet of elevation along the way. The Wonderland Trail was built in 1915 and in 1981 was designated a National Recreation Trail. This snow covered peak was photographed at Summerland, one of the many sub-alpine meadows on the trail. The Wonderland Trail is in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel (Callospermophilus lateralis) is a type of squirrel found in the mountainous areas of western North America. Because of its stripes and cheek pouches the Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel is often thought of as a chipmunk. It is considerably larger than the chipmunk and lacks facial stripes. This squirrel was photographed on Mount Fremont in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The 93 mile Wonderland Trail encircles Mount Rainier. The trail crosses many ridges and valleys, gaining and losing 22,000 feet of elevation along the way. The Wonderland Trail was built in 1915 and in 1981 was designated a National Recreation Trail. This snow covered peak was photographed at Summerland, one of the many sub-alpine meadows on the trail. The Wonderland Trail is in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

In September and October, the Puget Sound country is often blanketed with fog all day. To get out of the fog and into sunshine just drive above it into the mountains. This view of the foggy lowlands was photographed toward sunset from Paradise at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The word chiaroscuro is Italian for light and shadow. Chiaroscuro, in art and photography, is the use of strong contrasts between light and dark, usually to bring out a three dimensional effect in a two dimensional work of art. In this photograph chiaroscuro is achieved from the way that the fog makes the near objects darker and clearer than the far objects in the picture. This photograph was taken on a hazy day from the Naches Peak Loop Trail in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

A tarn is a small mountain lake, pond or pool formed in a cirque. The word tarn comes from the Norse word tjörn meaning pond. Tarns are the result of glacial scouring forming a depression that eventually fills with water. A tarn can also be formed when a glacial moraine forms a dam below the scoured area. This unnamed lake is an example of a glacially scoured tarn in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Glaciers form when snow accumulates over many years and eventually compacts into ice. The weight of the ice causes the glacier to slowly flow down a mountain, cracking along the way to form crevasses. Mount Rainier’s 25 glaciers makes it the most glaciated mountain in the lower 48 states. The 25 glaciers have a combined area of 35 square miles. As glaciers move down the mountain, they scour the landscape leaving boulder strewn fields called moraines. The lateral moraine of the Nisqually Glacier was photographed from Paradise on the south side of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Glaciers form when snow accumulates over many years and eventually compacts into ice. The weight of the ice causes the glacier to slowly flow down a mountain, cracking along the way to form crevasses. Mount Rainier’s 25 glaciers makes it the most glaciated mountain in the lower 48 states. The 25 glaciers have a combined area of 35 square miles. As glaciers move down the mountain, they scour the landscape leaving boulder strewn fields called moraines. The lateral moraine of the Nisqually Glacier was photographed from Paradise on the south side of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The 200 species of Castilleja are commonly known as Indian Paintbrush. These annual and perennial plants are native to the western part of the Americas from Alaska south to the Andes, northern Asia, and one species as far west as the Kola Peninsula in northwestern Russia. These plants are classified in the broomrape family. They are considered a parasitic plant which grows on the roots of grasses and forbs. The name honors the Spanish botanist Domingo Castillejo. In Northern Arizona they can be found in open meadows among the grasses they need to thrive. These Indian Paintbrush (Castilleja miniata) were growing in the sub-alpine meadow of Summerland in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Tipsoo Lake, at an elevation of 5299 feet above sea level, is an alpine lake within the Northern Cascade Range located near the summit of Chinook Pass in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA. The area is popular with photographers as the meadows abound with the vibrant wildflowers in the summer and changing colors in the fall. This picture was taken in September as the shift to fall colors began.

For a few weeks every year, the meadows of Mount Rainier are filled with an amazing variety of wildflowers. The earliest blooms come as the last of the winter snow is melting. Depending on elevation, summer weather and the amount of snow, the blooming season can be July through September. This close-up of Western Pasqueflower in bloom was photographed at Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel (Callospermophilus lateralis) is a type of squirrel found in the mountainous areas of western North America. Because of its stripes and cheek pouches the Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel is often thought of as a chipmunk. It is considerably larger than the chipmunk and lacks facial stripes. This squirrel was photographed on Mount Fremont in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA - August 30, 2012: The 93 mile Wonderland Trail encircles Mount Rainier. The trail crosses many ridges and valleys, gaining and losing 22,000 feet of elevation along the way. The Wonderland Trail was built in 1915 and in 1981 was designated a National Recreation Trail. This senior man is hiking along the Wonderland Trail near Panhandle Gap, the highest point on the trail at 6800 feet.

The Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel (Callospermophilus lateralis) is a type of squirrel found in the mountainous areas of western North America. Because of its stripes and cheek pouches the Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel is often thought of as a chipmunk. It is considerably larger than the chipmunk and lacks facial stripes. This squirrel was photographed at Summerland in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel (Callospermophilus lateralis) is a type of squirrel found in the mountainous areas of western North America. Because of its stripes and cheek pouches the Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel is often thought of as a chipmunk. It is considerably larger than the chipmunk and lacks facial stripes. This squirrel was photographed on Mount Fremont in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Tatoosh Range is a rugged mountain range located south of Mount Rainier. The range runs east-west and has 25 named peaks, the highest of which is Unicorn Peak at 6,971 feet above sea level. This view of Eagle Peak in the Tatoosh Range was photographed from Ricksecker Point near Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

For a few weeks every year, the meadows of Mount Rainier are filled with an amazing variety of wildflowers. The earliest blooms come as the last of the winter snow is melting. Depending on elevation, summer weather and the amount of snow, the blooming season can be July through September. This photograph was taken in August at Summerland Meadows in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

For a few weeks every year, the meadows of Mount Rainier are filled with an amazing variety of wildflowers. The earliest blooms come as the last of the winter snow is melting. Depending on elevation, summer weather and the amount of snow, the blooming season can be July through September. This photograph of Western Pasqueflower and Buttercups was taken in late July at Paradise Meadows in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

At 14,410' above sea level, Mount Rainier dominates the landscape of the Puget Sound region. Mount Rainier is the highest point in Washington State and is also the most glaciated mountain in the continental United States. This picture was taken from Sunrise Park in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Cowlitz Chimneys are a group of four rhyolite towers that are part of the Cascade Range near Mount Rainier’s Sunrise Historic District. The name Cowlitz appeared as early as the Lewis and Clark journals of 1805 when it was written as "Cowliskee" and has the Chinook Jargon meaning of "capturing the medicine spirit". This photograph of the Cowlitz Chimneys was taken in the early summer, before the snow had melted, from the Sunrise Visitor Center in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Cowlitz Chimneys are a group of four rhyolite towers that are part of the Cascade Range near Mount Rainier’s Sunrise Historic District. The name Cowlitz appeared as early as the Lewis and Clark journals of 1805 when it was written as "Cowliskee" and has the Chinook Jargon meaning of "capturing the medicine spirit". This photograph of the Cowlitz Chimneys was taken in the early summer, before the snow had melted, from the Sunrise Visitor Center in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The Cowlitz Chimneys are a group of four rhyolite towers that are part of the Cascade Range near Mount Rainier’s Sunrise Historic District. The name Cowlitz appeared as early as the Lewis and Clark journals of 1805 when it was written as "Cowliskee" and has the Chinook Jargon meaning of "capturing the medicine spirit". This photograph of the Cowlitz Chimneys was taken in the early summer, before the snow had melted, from the Sunrise Visitor Center in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The American Pika (Ochotona princeps) is an herbivorous, smaller relative of the rabbit. These cute rodents can be found in the mountains of western North America usually above the tree line in large boulder fields. The pika could become the first mammal in United States to be listed as endangered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service as a result of global climate change. This pika was found by the Palisades Lake Trail in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

Glaciers form when snow accumulates over many years and eventually compacts into ice. The weight of the ice causes the glacier to slowly flow down a mountain, cracking along the way to form crevasses. Mount Rainier’s 25 glaciers makes it the most glaciated mountain in the lower 48 states. The 25 glaciers have a combined area of 35 square miles. The Emmons Glacier, which is the largest glacier on Mount Rainier, was photographed from Summerland on the north side of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

At 14,410' above sea level, Mount Rainier dominates the landscape of the Puget Sound region. Mount Rainier is the highest point in Washington State and is also the most glaciated mountain in the continental United States. This picture of Mount Rainier was taken from the Mount Fremont Trail in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

For a few weeks every year, the meadows of Mount Rainier are filled with an amazing variety of wildflowers. The earliest blooms come as the last of the winter snow is melting. Depending on elevation, summer weather and the amount of snow, the blooming season can be July through September. This photograph was taken in July at Paradise Meadows in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

The 93 mile Wonderland Trail encircles Mount Rainier. The trail crosses many ridges and valleys, gaining and losing 22,000 feet of elevation along the way. The Wonderland Trail was built in 1915 and in 1981 was designated a National Recreation Trail. This scene of the Upper White River Valley was photographed from Summerland below Panhandle Gap, the highest point on the trail at 6800 feet. The Wonderland Trail is in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA.

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