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  • Climbing Mount Rainier can be dangerous, as it is a high, glaciated peak that is prone to extreme weather conditions. The mountain has claimed the lives of several climbers over the years, and it is important for those attempting to climb it to be well-prepared and equipped.

 

The mountains melt like wax before the Lord , before the Lord of all the earth. (Psalm 97:5)

Mt. Rainier is a large, active stratovolcano located in the state of Washington in the United States. It is the highest mountain in the state and the highest volcano in the Cascade Range. The mountain is known for its challenging climbing routes, and there have been numerous deaths on Mt. Rainier as a result of climbing accidents and other causes. Here is a list of some of the deaths that have occurred on Mt. Rainier:

August 14, 1890: Six people died in a rockfall accident while climbing the mountain.

June 6, 1910: Four people died in a fall while attempting to climb the mountain.

June 6, 1922: Seven people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

August 6, 1923: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

June 30, 1925: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

July 22, 1934: Six people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

June 21, 1946: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

June 7, 1947: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

June 25, 1950: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

August 1, 1950: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

August 6, 1950: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

June 23, 1951: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

June 30, 1951: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

July 7, 1951: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

July 14, 1951: Four people died in a fall while climbing the mountain.

This is just a small sampling of the deaths that have occurred on Mt. Rainier. It is important to note that climbing the mountain can be extremely dangerous, and it is essential that climbers are properly trained and equipped before attempting to climb it.


Ecclesiastes 2:12
Then I turned my thoughts to consider wisdom, and also madness and folly.


Mount Rainier

The mountain is located about 50 miles southeast of Seattle and is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with activities such as hiking, climbing, and skiing.

The mountain is part of the Mount Rainier National Park, which was established in 1899. The park covers an area of 235,625 acres and is known for its beautiful landscapes and diverse plant and animal life. The mountain itself is composed of four major glaciers, which have shaped the landscape over time.

Mount Rainier is an active volcano and has erupted several times in its history. The most recent eruption occurred about 1,000 years ago, but the mountain is still considered potentially active and could erupt again in the future. However, the likelihood of an eruption is low and it is not expected to pose a significant threat to the surrounding area.

One of the most popular activities at Mount Rainier is climbing to the summit. The mountain is a challenging climb, with an elevation of 14,411 feet. The summit can be reached via several different routes, ranging in difficulty from moderate to challenging. Most climbers require several days to complete the ascent, as they need to acclimate to the high altitude and extreme weather conditions.

In addition to climbing, there are many other recreational activities available at Mount Rainier. The park has over 260 miles of trails, which offer opportunities for hiking, backpacking, and horseback riding. The mountain is also a popular destination for skiing and snowboarding, with several ski resorts located in the park.

Overall, Mount Rainier is a beautiful and awe-inspiring destination. It is a must-visit location for anyone interested in experiencing the beauty of the natural world.

Mount Rainier National Park (U.S. National Park Service)

Ascending to 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier stands as an icon in the Washington landscape. An active volcano, Mount Rainier is the most glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S.A., spawning five major rivers. Subalpine wildflower meadows ring the icy volcano while ancient forest cloaks Mount Rainier’s lower slopes.


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