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Mt Rainier

Listed under Volcanoes in US West Coast, United States.

  • Photo of Mt Rainier
  • Photo of Mt Rainier
  • Photo of Mt Rainier
  • Photo of Mt Rainier
  • Photo of Mt Rainier
  • Photo of Mt Rainier
Photo of Mt Rainier
Photo by Photography: Mike Lyvers
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Glacier-clad Rainier is one of North America's most beautiful mountains. It hasn't erupted for over a century but the summit crater still has a few active steam vents. In early summer the lower slopes come alive in a gorgeous display of mountain wildflowers. Rainier's glaciers have retreated considerably over the past two decades, an ominous sign of global warming.

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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