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goldhomehprainierrelief.jpgVan Trump Park, Van Trump Glaciers, The Turtle, March 11, 2005: beautiful day, generally nice spring skiing.Pinnacle Glacier, Tatoosh Range, September 9, 2001: the Low Season causes skiers to do strange things.Pinnacle Glacier Slush Cup, Tatoosh Range, August 1, 2004: twenty backcountry skiers and boarders competed for the Slush Cup grand prize: a kiss from the MadDogPlummer Peak and Plummer's Crack, Tatoosh Range, Mount Rainier National Park, February 20, 2005: winter backcountry skiing on north slopes of the Tatoosh Range.Paradise Glacier, the Stash, August 12, 2001: dusty runs on an old standby on a nice summer day.Lower Paradise Glacier, August 4, 2002: fog, snow squalls, sunbreaks, and smooth corn snow.Lower Paradise Glacier, September 1, 2002: fog, ice tunnels, dirty chattery snow - what fun!Paradise Glacier, Camp Muir, June 25, 2003: up the Paradise Glacier to Camp Muir, with great skiing on the return trip.Paradise Glacier, the Stash, July 20, 2003: summer skiing on great snow, with an apres ski parking lot barbecue.Lower Paradise Glacier, July 31, 2003 and July 22, 2004: kids backcountry skiing trips on a bluebird summer days.Paradise Glacier, the Stash, August 8, 2004: skiing action on a late season favorite on a beautiful summer day.Mazama Ridge, lower Paradise Glacier, February 27, 2002: some good skiing in protected pockets of powder.Paradise,Edith Creek Basin, November 30, 2003: a sunny day and wind-sheltered south slopes thawed the rain crust into perfect corn snow.Paradise, Mazama Ridge, February 25-27, 2005: sunny days and cold, clear nights on this kids cross country skiing and snow camping trip.Paradise to White River, Emmons Glacier Traverse, Mount Rainier National Park, June 10, 2006: a ski trip from Paradise, up Muir snowfield, across Cowlitz Glacier, Ingraham Glacier, and Emmons Glacier, then down Inter Glacier to White River.Panorama Point, McClure Rock, lower Paradise Glacier, December 30, 2001: we had to hunt a little for good skiing this day, but found it.Mount Rainier summit skiing via Fuhrer Finger, Wilson Glacier, Nisqually Glacier, June 30-July 1, 2006: a two day ascent and descent of Fuhrer Finger, on the south side of Mount Rainier.The Patches of Paradise: Paradise Glacier fall skiing, Mount Rainier National Park, September 24, 2006: a skim of new snow made for nice turns on this bluebird day.Muir Snowfield, Paradise Glacier fall skiing, Mount Rainier National Park, October 27, 2006: we broke out of the clouds above Pebble Creek and found great fall corn skiing on the Paradise Glacier.Year-round desperation, Muir Snowfield, October 31, 2002: we left October turns until the last day of the month...Edith Creek basin, Mazama Ridge, Back Bowl, January 5, 2003: excellent backcountry skiing conditions: cold, loose snow overlying a refreezing rain crust.Muir Snowfield, Camp Muir, January 17, 2003: warm sunshine and light breezes produced corn snow conditions on the Muir snowfield.Muir snowfield, Paradise Glacier, September 14, 2003: it was a beautiful fall day until the fog moved in...Panorama Point, October 19, 2003: a thin but good quality cover of new snow provided for reasonable skiing, and October was in the bag.Paradise, Edith Creek Basin, November 23, 2003: plenty of new powder made for great skiing and snowboarding.Muir Snowfield, Camp Muir, September 6, 2004: new snow had fallen on the Muir snowfield and we enjoyed great fall corn skiing.Muir Snowfield, Camp Muir, September 24, 2004: storms had deposited a thick covering of new snow on the Muir and the corn skiing was excellent on this bluebird day.Jumps and Turns on the Muir Snowfield, September 25, 2004: eight year old Katie hiked up to Camp Muir with her family and then skied down.Muir snowfield, Paradise Glacier, February 2, 2005: low snow coverage everywhere but plenty for skiing, and the best turns were just a few minutes from the parking lot.Muir Snowfield, Camp Muir, Nisqually Chutes, December 18, 2004: blue skies, t-shirt temperatures, beautiful winter lighting, and great corn snow skiing in the Nisqually Chutes.Panorama Point, Muir snowfield, May 6, 2005: fogged out of the Nisqually Chutes, we found great snow around Panorama Point for snowboarding and skiing.Muir minefield, September 13, 2005: September turns on the Muir snowfield, where late summer storm had coated the Muir snowfield with just enough new snow to make the skiing reasonably fun.Muir snowfield, Camp Muir, October 21, 2005: fall storms had covered summer's dirty hard snow and we found excellent snowboarding conditions on a warm bluebird day.Spray Park, Flett Glacier, August 13-14, 2002: skiable snow was a long way in, but the hot sunny days made for good skiing.Spray Park, Flett Glacier, Russell Glacier, July 11, 2003: wildflowers and vast expanses of untracked corn snow.Mowich Lake, Spray Park, Flett Glacier, April 30, 2004: a ski tour over Knapsack Pass and through Spray Park to Observation Rock on a beautiful day.Spray Park, Flett Glacier, Russell Glacier, July 9, 2004: a summer ski trip with Tomski in his 298th consecutive month of skiing.Spray Park, Flett Glacier, Russell Glacier, July 14-15, 2004: an overnight ski trip to a favorite summer destination with beautiful weather and snow.Spray Park, Flett Glacier, Russell Glacier, May 28-30, 2005: a three day backcountry skiing trip with beautiful weather and even more beautiful snow.Spray Park, Flett Glacier, Russell Glacier, July 12-13, 2005: we camped just above the marine layer clouds and skied on amazing summer snow.Grand Park to 3rd Burroughs Mountain, June 12, 2002: sunny skies, fast snow, waxless skis, and one of the longest ski tours around.Grand Park, November 14, 2002: six inches of snowpack yielded great touring and a few nice turns.Grand Parklet, Lake Eleanor, May 13-14, 2003: up the hills and through the forest on an overnight kids ski camping trip.Grand Park to Mt. Fremont via Berkeley Park, May 12, 2004: the cloud cover parted in the afternoon to reveal the north side of Mt. Rainier in all of its glory.Grand Park kids ski camping, Mt. Rainier National Park, May 19-21, 2006: a three day ski trip into Grand Park, with a mix of weather good and not so good.Grand Park, October 24, 2004: the shallow but perfect, four-inch deep, snow pack provided for great cross-country skiing and turns on a beautiful day.Grand Park, March 13, 2005: beautiful weather, fast snow, awesome views of the north side of Mount Rainier, and an epic descent of the Grand Park Headwall.Banshee Peak, Summerland, Panhandle Gap, May 25, 2003: an old-growth forest hike to ski touring country at Summerland and the Cowlitz Chimneys plateau.Fryingpan Glacier, Summerland, Whitman Crest, Mount Rainier National Park, June 8, 2007: a bluebird day above the cloud deck and magnificent turns on firn spiegel snow on the Fryingpan Glacier.Sunrise to 3rd Burroughs Mountain, June 7, 2002: morning sun gave way to a late afternoon mini-blizzard, producing June powder skiing.Sunrise to 3rd Burroughs Mountain, June 17, 2003: a short bike ride to some of the most spectacular ski touring terrain in Washington.Sunrise to 3rd Burroughs Mountain, June 4, 2004: a ski tour with great weather and snow conditions and a steep run down the north side of 2nd Burroughs Mountain.Glacier Basin, Inter Glacier toe, White River, May 28, 2004: cool and stormy late May weather had deposited eight inches of new snow and we found good skiing in the not quite powder.Glacier Basin, Inter Glacier, May 13, 2005: we were mostly successful at hitting the weather window, and found good skiing and snowboarding on Inter Glacier.Inter Glacier, Steamboat Prow, Mt. Rainier National Park, July 6, 2006: a trail hike into Glacier Basin, then a four thousand foot skin to Steamboat Prow, at the top of Inter Glacier.Sunrise, Sourdough Chutes, 2nd Burroughs Chutes, July 7, 2002: ten skiers aged from 25 to 73 had fun in the chutes.Dege Peak, Sourdough Chutes, Sunrise, June 25, 2004: corn snow skiing at Dege Peak and the Sourdough Chutes on a bluebird summer day.Bear Gap, Crystal Mountain backcountry, January 27, 2002: the snow had been falling continuously for days, with Green Valley receiving 38 inches in 24 hours a couple of days earlier.Silver Basin, Three Way Peak, Crystal Lakes basin, Crystal Mountain backcountry, January 9, 2005: reasonable snow pack, cold powder snow, great skiing, and even some sunshine and blue skies.Corral Pass and Chinook Pass, November 26, 2002: not nearly enough snow to ski at Corral Pass, and just enough snow to do a little skiing at Chinook Pass.Naches Peak, Chinook Pass, November 21, 2004: low snow cover and rocks made the skiing tricky, and turned the day into a ski touring trip around Naches Peak.Naches Peak, Chinook Pass, May 2, 2003: breakable crust, and a little good snow, made for interesting skiing.West side of Mt. Rainier from Tokaloo Rock in SeptemberNorthwest side of Mt. Rainier from Ptarmigan Ridge in OctoberNorthwest side of Mt. Rainier from Mt. Pleasant in AprilNorthwest side of Mt. Rainier from upper Spray Park in AugustNorthwest side of Mt. Rainier from the toe of the Russell Glacier in JulyNorthwest side of Mt. Rainier from near Echo Rock in JulyNortheast side of Mt. Rainier from Grand Park in JuneNortheast side of Mt. Rainier from Steamboat Prow in JulyClose-up of upper northeast side of Mt. Rainier from Steamboat Prow in JulyNortheast side of Mt. Rainier from 3rd Burroughs Mountain in JuneNortheast side of Mt. Rainier from 2nd Burroughs Mountain in JuneNortheast side of Mt. Rainier from 1st Burroughs Mountain in JuneBerkeley Park on the northeast side of Mt. Rainier in JuneNortheast side of Mt. Rainier from Berkeley Park-Granite Creek Park saddle in JuneNortheast side of Mt. Rainier from Mt. Fremont in MayNortheast side of Mt. Rainier from near Sunrise in SeptemberSoutheast side of Mt. Rainier from the lower Cowlitz Glacier in AugustSouth side of Mt. Rainier from near Golden Gate in OctoberSouth side of Mt. Rainier from near McClure Rock in NovemberSouth side of Mt. Rainier from near McClure Rock in NovemberMuir snowfield close-up from near Panorama Point in JanuarySouth side of Mt. Rainier from near Panorama Point in SeptemberSouth side of Mt. Rainier from from near Glacier Vista in DecemberSouth side of Mt. Rainier from the Paradise parking lot in JanuaryTatoosh Range on the south side of Mt. Rainier from Mazama Ridge in FebruaryTatoosh Range on the south side of Mt. Rainier from Paradise Glacier in MarchPanorama of Chinook Pass area peaks from Naches Peak in May, looking north

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This map is intended to be used only in conjunction with Turns All Year CD-ROM and should not be used for navigation in the area depicted or for any other purpose. This map was assembled from National Park Service public domain graphics from the Mount Rainier National Park web site. Additional information has been added to this map and there may be errors.

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Home: Turns All Year backcountry skiing and snowboarding CD-ROMSki Trip Photo Galleries: indexes, search, and clickable mapsBy Region: all CD-ROM resources listed for seven regionsBest of: backcountry skiing and snowboarding photos and photo galleriesWallpapers: large format 1024x786 photos of backcountry skiing and mountain landscapesMountain Panoramas: Mount Rainier, Mount Baker, Cascade Volcanoes and MountainsCD-ROM: information, help and tips, copyright and legal