Jason and Karalee Gregg of Enumclaw felt fortunate to pick a day last month when Mount Rainier was visible for their snowshoeing outing. They were using a trail on the backside of Paradise Inn which is closed for the winter season. Last year Mount Rainier recorded a 3.5 percent increase in visitors over 2009.
Jason and Karalee Gregg of Enumclaw felt fortunate to pick a day last month when Mount Rainier was visible for their snowshoeing outing. They were using a trail on the backside of Paradise Inn which is closed for the winter season. Last year Mount Rainier recorded a 3.5 percent increase in visitors over 2009. The Olympian
Jason and Karalee Gregg of Enumclaw felt fortunate to pick a day last month when Mount Rainier was visible for their snowshoeing outing. They were using a trail on the backside of Paradise Inn which is closed for the winter season. Last year Mount Rainier recorded a 3.5 percent increase in visitors over 2009. The Olympian

Going to the mountains

February 06, 2011 12:00 AM

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