Mount Rainier National Park By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2013
- Mount Rainier National Park
Mount Rainier is majesty incarnate, a huge stratovolcano that rises abruptly from the coastlands of the Pacific Northwest. Mount Rainier National Park was created in 1899 as the fifth national park, designated to protect the mountain and surrounding ecosystems. The park includes the active volcano itself, several glaciers, five major rivers, wildflower meadows and valleys, and several ancient, old-growth forests which coat the arms of the mighty mountain. Anderson Design Group hand-illustrated this national parks travel poster to commemorate the park, creating an original design that displays the stateliness of Mount Rainer. Size this early-20th century illustration with our wide-ranging options, and custom order this vintage national parks poster as a canvas banner, framed print, or metal sign. To learn more about Mount Rainier National Park, visit Washington’s National Park Fund.