August Camp 2014 in Mount Rainier National Park, WA

We hiked in the shadows of majestic Mount Rainier

© Peter Selig

In 2014 August Camp experienced the incredible beauty of Mount Rainier National Park. Marveled at spectacular scenery while walking among towering hemlocks, relive the drama of Mt. St. Helens, and hike on the shoulder of the 2nd highest peak in the lower 48. Camp was set up in the small former lumbering town of Packwood adjacent to the park.

After a day of the activity of choice, we relaxed around the nightly campfire. This was be the time to, hear reports from the day’s hikes, learn about the next day’s activities, and enjoy singing and conversation.

Our full service tent village hosted 64 campers each week offers home-cooked meals, daily hikes at all levels, nightly campfires and wonderful camaraderie. Our designated airport was Seattle-Tacoma International, and our fleet of vans provided transport between camp and SeaTac on each Saturday.

Week 1: July 19 - July 26
Week 2: July 26 - Aug 2
Week 3: Aug  2- Aug. 9
Week 4: Aug. 9 - Aug. 16

To view Photos from the 2014 Mt Rainier August camp, see links below:
 Debbie Ireland Photos

 Linda Ringlein Hike Photos

 Linda Ringlein Camp Photos

 

GUIDEBOOKS AND MAPS

Guidebooks

• “Day Hiking Mount Rainier,” by Dan Nelson, The Mountaineers Books, 2008.

• “Day Hiking South Cascades,” by Dan Nelson, The Mountaineers Books, 2007.

• “Best Easy Day Hikes Mount Rainier National Park,” Schneider & Skjelset, 3rd ed., Falcon Guides, 2012

Maps

• National Geographic #217, Mount Rainier National Park, 2009.

• National Geographic #822, Mount St. Helens, Mount Adams, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, 2010.

• National Geographic #823, Goat Rocks, Norse Peak & William O. Douglass Wilderness Areas, 2010.

Hike List:

August Camp Mt Rainier 2014 Hike List v1.7.pdf

August Camp Mt Rainier 2014 Hike List v1.7.xlsx