Mt Rainier N.P. Luxury Photographic Art
Offering landscape photographs of Mount Rainier National Park that are for sale as Limited Edition Fine Art prints, Metal prints and Acrylic prints. One of these high quality pictures of Mount Rainier will add a sense of luxury and beauty to any room! These museums quality photo prints of Mount Rainier National Park are for sale as fine art limited editions of 200 museum quality photography prints. Pictures of Mount Rainier National Park reminds us of the diversity of the great land called the Pacific Northwest. Photographs of Mount Rainier are possible from almost all sides, with favorite locations being the foothills at Paradise Park, Reflection Lakes, Tipsoo Lakes and the fields at Sunrise. There are also great photographs to be had of the nearby and jagged Tatoosh Range of mountains.
Mount Rainier National Park is one of 63 National Parks in the United States and was designated as such in 1899. The Park is located near the town of Longmire, about 65 miles southeast of Tacoma. It covers over 230,000 acres and receives about 1.5 million visitors each year. Its a perfect place for Landscape and Nature Photography. Also check out our photographs of The Grand Tetons and Colorado.
At over 14,000 feet in elevation, the active volcano of Mount Rainier is the main attraction and is covered in snow and ice almost year round. There are over 25 glaciers on the mountain that feed five major rivers. Below this stunning mountain, which is often covered by clouds, are old-growth forests and miles of hiking trails. In addition to the mountains in this park, see our gallery of Fine Art Mountain Photography.
Mount Rainier is the tallest mountain in Washington and the Cascade Range. This peak is located just east of Eatonville and just southeast of Seattle and Tacoma. Mount Rainier is ranked third of the 128 ultra-prominent mountain peaks of the United States. Mount Rainier has a topographic prominence of 13,210 ft (4,026 m), which is greater than that of K2, the world's second-tallest mountain, at 13,189 ft (4,020 m). On clear days it dominates the southeastern horizon in most of the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area to such an extent that locals sometimes refer to it simply as "the Mountain". On days of exceptional clarity, it can also be seen and photographed from as far away as Corvallis, Oregon (at Marys Peak), and Victoria, British Columbia.
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