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Mount Rainier Area Maps
Mt. Rainier National Park Map <--- START HERE !!!
trails, roads, Visitor Centers and points of interest. You can pan & zoom. These 3D and
Topographic Maps are great for finding your way around the Park
Downloadable PDF Maps - Courtesy National Park Service
Rainier Campground Maps:
Rainier Hiking Maps - - Courtesy National Park Service
Mount Rainier Back Country Camping Map
Mount Rainier National Park has a variety of back-country and off-trail camping and campsite
opportunities. This map highlights the trails and campsites including the number of sites
available and restrictions on number of camps at any time in undeveloped zones. There is
also no camping allowed within 1/4 miles of roads or designated wilderness areas.
Mount Rainier Climbing Route Maps
You do need a climbing pass to climb Mount Rainier. For information on climbing and
passes please see the NPS climbing page here. Here are the maps for the popular climbing
routes, courtesy National Park Service.
Liberty Ridge Route:
Climbing Guides & Guide School:
Unless climbing big mountains is what you do on a regular basis - these are the guys you
need to call. Remember - Mount Rainier is where everyone trains to climb Mt. Everest ! This
challenge is what makes climbing Mount Rainier so popular. Any of these guide companies
can get you started on a true and rewarding adventure. Go for it!
- Alpine Ascents International - (206)378-1927
- International Mountain Guides LLC - (360)569-2609
- Rainier Mountaineering, Inc. - (360)569-2227
Interactive Road Map for Western Washington and Mt. Rainier National Park