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Combined Mt Rainier links weather/conditions

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To make it easier we are combining links for Mt Rainier:

 

Climbing blog (check out the posted weather links!): current climbing season updates

 

 

Webcams below (best to view daylight hours without window reflection)

 

Paradise facing down valley operation off/on check dates

From Paradise facing mountain updated periodically

Paradise Parking lot

 

 

Weather

Rainier weather

 

Paradise telemetry: being updated.

Muir telemetry: being updated.

 

Rainier Climbing webpage(link to be updated later)

 

MUIR SNOWFIELD MAP and bearings

Camp-Muir-Route-with-Get-Your-Bearings-m

 

 

 

 

Road status

Edited by To_The_Top

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There is also a web cam from Seattle pointing at Rainier here:

Nordwand Cam

Depending on the weather, you can see the north side of the mountain.

Edited by neoday2

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This webcam has a view of Rainier from the SW and includes a shot of the Muir Snowfield and of St Helens(scroll down to see them). It's taken from Mt Tahoma Trails High Hut at 4780'. When operational, it updates daily in the winter, due to running off of batteries and solar power.

 

http://skimtta.com/index.htm?http://skimtta.com/conditions.htm

 

Note: May experience extended down times in 2007 due to flooding-caused access problems.

Edited by Rick144

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