Mount Rainier became America's fifth national park in 1899. Since it's founding, thousands of thrill seekers have explored this active volcano all the way to it's 14,410-foot summit. Mount Rainier was the first National Park to allow automobiles in 1910, increasing its accessibility to an increasingly mobile public.
Commemorate your road trip to Rainier with this National Park Trailblazer patch! With Art Deco lettering and rich, colorful embroidery the Trailblazer series captures the timeless beauty of our national parks. Available exclusively on America's National Park™ Online Store, add it to your collection today.
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