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  • Revisiting Carbon Glacier 10 years after epic Mount Rainier flood

    The flood of 2006 forever changed Mount Rainier National Park and the best example of this is the Carbon River corridor. Once a popular 6.5-mile day hike could get you to the Carbon Glacier. Now, such a trip, requires tacking on 10 miles. The trip, however, is filled with areas both changed and unchanged by flooding.

The flood of 2006 forever changed Mount Rainier National Park and the best example of this is the Carbon River corridor. Once a popular 6.5-mile day hike could get you to the Carbon Glacier. Now, such a trip, requires tacking on 10 miles. The trip, however, is filled with areas both changed and unchanged by flooding. Craig Hill chill@thenewstribune.com
The flood of 2006 forever changed Mount Rainier National Park and the best example of this is the Carbon River corridor. Once a popular 6.5-mile day hike could get you to the Carbon Glacier. Now, such a trip, requires tacking on 10 miles. The trip, however, is filled with areas both changed and unchanged by flooding. Craig Hill chill@thenewstribune.com

Craig Hill: Decade later, Mount Rainier flood recovery not done

November 05, 2016 12:00 PM