Camp Muir upgrades should delight climbers

Camp Muir is getting a facelift.
   The 10,080-foot overnight stop for climbers ascending Mount Rainier will receive $700,000 in upgrades, thanks to the National Parks Service. Though Muir’s rustic stone structures will remain – including the guide shelter and public hut – the “black box” eyesore will be replaced. Read the recent Seattle Times snippet, plus a lengthier August story from the Tacoma News Tribune.

by  Jon Osterberg

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