Sunrise Visitor Center in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, is the park’s highest visitor facility at 6,400 feet (1.95072 kilometers).
Sunrise Point offers nearly 360-degree views of the surrounding valleys, Mount Rainier, and other volcanoes in the Cascade Range such as Mount Adams.
Unfortunately, we didn’t have enough time at this spot to take advantage of the trails. But this trip was a candy box of samples rather than an immersive experience. Can’t have it both ways!
Nevertheless, we were treated to some lovely views.
I would like to think that one day I can return and spend more time, but in reality I know that won’t happen.
Sunrise, as the name suggests, is one of the first places in the park to capture the early morning light.
I felt fortunate, as always, to be able to experience the glorious outdoors in a location I had not seen before.
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