Mount Rainier, in Washington State, is a mountain of many different moods and perspectives. Being next to the mountain under dramatic light is an unforgettable experience. Trevor Anderson shares his adventure.
Mount Rainier is a mountain of many different shades and many different faces: it shows its more graceful and painterly side from the south, where it can be seen curving gracefully in the sky, above pristine and almost other-worldly meadows, like a wave on an ocean. Move a bit further to the west and Rainier, having suffered eruptions in the past, shows a little bit more of its ruggedness and its geologic stresses. But inch further north and Rainier resumes its rounded and more graceful appearance; an appearance that complements a sunny Seattle skyline. In all of its shades and all of its perspectives, Mount Rainier casts many...
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