Mount Rainier became the 5th national park in the United States in 1899. The mountain itself is a 14,411-foot tall stratovolcano located in the Cascade Range. Within the park are 2 large glaciers. The Carbon Glacier is the largest in the contiguous United States by volume and the Emmons Glacier is the largest by area (wikipedia). The new badge is now available to collect with your Duckwyn Travel Passport.
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