Sunday, July 23, 2006

Mount Rainier

Here is an article about Mount Rainier, Washington State's highest peak.

Even far short of summit, Rainier offers full views
By Dennis Webb, Post Independent
Sometimes a mountain is measured by more than its height.
Take Mount Rainier. Washington State's highest point is 23 feet lower than Colorado's high point, 14,433-foot Mount Elbert. But there's little disputing which of the two is more deserving of the term big mountain. Read the full article about Mt. Rainier.

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