Warmer days and some sunny spring weather have made it possible to get some much needed work done. Plows, loaders, and chainsaws are busy clearing roads around the park. Every year fallen debris like trees, rocks, and yep, lots of snow, takes workers several weeks to clear for safe travel. For the most up to date road conditions around the park go to the Park Access
tab above and check out the links to Mount Rainier's Road Conditions site and Washington State Department of Transportation's site.
In other news the Camp Muir webcam is back online! Once again you can see where your going before you get there. Always a helpful tool when planing your trip. Remember to always travel prepared because conditions can change, even on a sunny day.
Don't forget about the other webcams around the park as well. To view a list of all the available webcams go to the camera view selection site.
If you want to see what is going on right now at Camp Muir follow this link: Camp Muir Webcam.
Also, our blog is starting to take shape again for the 2016 season. We're revamping the route condition beta with new photos taken on 04/18/2016. If you want to see older photos, please check out the archive on the conditions page in the lower right hand corner. These older posts can shed light on what the route of your choice might be like in August or September if that's when you're planning on climbing.
We're looking forward to another awesome season on the mountain!