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Rainier, Mount

Rainier, Mount Peak in w central Washington, USA; the highest point in the Cascade Range. It was first climbed in 1870. The summit of this ancient volcano is the centre of the greatest single-peak glacier system in the United States. Height: 4395m (14,410ft).

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Rainier, Mount

Mount Rainier: see Mount Rainier National Park.

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