Rainier National Park was established in 1889 and covers the Magnetic Volcanic Mountain of Rainier. It is known for the glaciers that descend from the top and, together with the constant snow cover, they form the largest glacial system in the US (without Alaska). The largest of them is the Carbon glacier, and the largest in the area - the glacier Emmons. The low parts of the park are covered by old cedars, fir trees and pines, colorful meadows, valleys and waterfalls. Eternal snow and ice follow. Deers, losos, black bear and many bird species complement the beauty.