Mt. Rainier is a beautifully sculpted dormant volcano offering one of the United States' most historic and distinguished climbs on the highest peak in Washington state. Rainier remains the most coveted and sought after summit climb in the lower 48. The mountain is surrounded by lush subalpine meadows and glorious old growth forests.
Details below provided by AAI.
This is an extremely rigorous climb, requiring excellent strength, endurance and the ability to carry a 40-plus pound pack on the Camp Muir Disappointment Cleaver Route and a 60-plus pound pack on the Emmons Glacier Route.
Camp Muir/Disappointment Cleaver Route