Mount Rainier

The Nisqually Glacier slopes down toward Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park.

Visitors to Mount Rainier National Park’s website can now read it in Spanish, the park announced in a news release on Friday, Aug. 21. 

This new resource is part of a continued effort to reach all audiences, including those in the Spanish-speaking community, the park states. 

“We hope this website will improve the trip planning experience for Spanish-speaking visitors and serves as an invitation to visit not just Mount Rainier, but all units of the National Park Service,” Mount Rainier National Park Superintendent Chip Jenkins said in a prepared statement. 

The website can be found at this link: 

Translation of the site was made possible through volunteer translation services of  Washington’s National Park Fund. 

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