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Mount Rainier National Park is comprised of a large active volcano located southeast of Seattle, Washington and is the highest mountain in the Cascade Range. There are five developed areas in the Park, ranging from basic picnic area to campground or Visitor Center and amenities area, which serves as a basis for exploration of an old growth forest, a historic district, a meadow in summer and a temperate rainforest. The Park is an active volcano, with appropriate warnings and escape routes posted; as well as cautionary measures for climbers with mandatory permits for wilderness camping and climbing reservations available at the Visitor Center. As Mount Rainier's volcanic crests are covered with permanent snowfields and glaciers, checking weather conditions is recommended prior to attempting a climb. Cycling, fishing, boating and winter sports are offered and during summer months most roads are open, with magnificent views, access to trails and opportunities for a scenic drive through the Park.
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