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STS-68 radar image: Mt. Rainier, Washington

STS-68 radar image: Mt. Rainier, Washington

STS068-S-052 (3 October 1994) --- This is a radar image of Mount Rainier in Washington state. The volcano last erupted about 150 years ago and numerous large floods and debris flows have originated on its slop... More

A hiker follows the Chenuis Falls Trail across the broad, rocky channel of the Carbon River.

A hiker follows the Chenuis Falls Trail across the broad, rocky channe...

A hiker follows the Chenuis Falls Trail across the broad, rocky channel of the Carbon River. On clear days, the summit of Mount Rainier is visible in the distance.

Rock cairns are often seen marking the Chenuis Falls Trail as it crosses the rocky floodplain of the Carbon River.

Rock cairns are often seen marking the Chenuis Falls Trail as it cross...

Rock cairns are often seen marking the Chenuis Falls Trail as it crosses the rocky floodplain of the Carbon River.

Hiker using a log footbridge to cross over the Carbon River on the Chenuis Falls trail.

Hiker using a log footbridge to cross over the Carbon River on the Che...

Hiker using a log footbridge to cross over the Carbon River on the Chenuis Falls trail.

Chenuis Falls cascades into a pool.

Chenuis Falls cascades into a pool.

Chenuis Falls cascades into a pool.

Bicyclist on Carbon River Road (hiking and biking only) next to the Carbon River.

Bicyclist on Carbon River Road (hiking and biking only) next to the Ca...

Bicyclist on Carbon River Road (hiking and biking only) next to the Carbon River.

A hiker follows the Chenuis Falls Trail across the broad, rocky channel of the Carbon River.

A hiker follows the Chenuis Falls Trail across the broad, rocky channe...

A hiker follows the Chenuis Falls Trail across the broad, rocky channel of the Carbon River. On clear days, the summit of Mount Rainier is visible in the distance.

Carbon River Trail near bank damage from Carbon River.

Carbon River Trail near bank damage from Carbon River.

The Carbon River Trail parallels its namesake river that originates at the Carbon Glacier. Numerous floods have caused the river to jump its banks and damage the trail (formerly a road), leaving occasional roug... More

Chenuis Falls tumbles down its rocky cascade.

Chenuis Falls tumbles down its rocky cascade.

Chenuis Falls tumbles down its rocky cascade.

The Carbon River Trail passes through a temperate rain forest.

The Carbon River Trail passes through a temperate rain forest.

The Carbon River Trail passes through a temperate rain forest. This section of trail can be enjoyed either on foot or with a bicycle.

Carbon River trail near flood damaged bank along the Carbon River.

Carbon River trail near flood damaged bank along the Carbon River.

The Carbon River Trail parallels its namesake river that originates at the Carbon Glacier. Numerous floods have caused the river to jump its banks and damage the trail (formerly a road), leaving occasional roug... More

Hiker crosses Carbon River on a log bridge on their way to Chenuis Falls.
Rock cairns are often seen marking the Chenuis Falls Trail as it crosses the rocky floodplain of the Carbon River.

Rock cairns are often seen marking the Chenuis Falls Trail as it cross...

Rock cairns are often seen marking the Chenuis Falls Trail as it crosses the rocky floodplain of the Carbon River.

Flooding ^ Mudslide/Landslide ^ Severe Storm ^ Winter Storm - Orting, Wash. , February 9, 2009 -- Bags of debris gutted from the interiors of homes line the sidewalks in this community. Major flooding from severe winter storms along the Carbon river damaged this neighborhood and displaced residents from their homes. Adam DuBrowa/FEMA

Flooding ^ Mudslide/Landslide ^ Severe Storm ^ Winter Storm - Orting, ...

The original database describes this as: Title: Photograph by Adam Dubrowa taken on 02/09/2009 in Washington Production Date: 02/09/2009 Caption: Orting, Wash. , February 9, 2009 -- Bags of debris gutted fro... More

Flooding ^ Severe Storm - Orting, Wash. , February 9, 2009 -- Pierce County surface water crews repair a salmon ladder with "six man" rocks. The salmon ladder and roadway were damaged after recent flooding from the Carbon river due to torrential rains. FEMA's public assistance category C funding enables local county crews to repair damaged infrastructures such as roadways and bridges. Adam DuBrowa/FEMA

Flooding ^ Severe Storm - Orting, Wash. , February 9, 2009 -- Pierce C...

The original database describes this as: Title: Crews repairing a salmon ladder in Washington Production Date: 02/09/2009 Caption: Orting, Wash. , February 9, 2009 -- Pierce County surface water crews repair... More

Carbon River Road 1

Carbon River Road 1

Flood waters rush down the Carbon River Road a day after the storm

Trail Repair: Carbon River

Trail Repair: Carbon River

Volunteers and National Park trail crews turned the damaged Carbon River Road into a trail.

Trail Repair: Carbon River

Trail Repair: Carbon River

Mount Rainier Recovery Initiative leader Willie Ehrenclou inspects damage on the Carbon River Road, in preparation for the summer's volunteer reconstruction efforts.

Washed Out Road at Carbon

Washed Out Road at Carbon

Another washed out stretch of the Carbon River Road

Carbon River Rd damage above Chenuis Parking

Carbon River Rd damage above Chenuis Parking

Logs and debris cover the Carbon River Road above Chenuis parking area.

Mount Rainier national park - Backcountry Patrol

Mount Rainier national park - Backcountry Patrol

A volunteer backcountry patrol ranger hikes along the Carbon River

Damaged Park Road at Carbon

Damaged Park Road at Carbon

In some places, the Carbon River tore away large pieces of the park road

Carbon Glacier Trail

Carbon Glacier Trail

Large swaths of the Carbon Glacier Trail collapsed into the Carbon River.

Damage to Carbon Glacier Trail

Damage to Carbon Glacier Trail

Large swaths of the Carbon Glacier Trail collapsed into the Carbon River.

Trail Repair: Carbon River

Trail Repair: Carbon River

Jill Baum, director of SCA's Mount Rainier Flood Recovery Initiative, inspects flood damage at Carbon River

Mount Rainier national park - Backcountry Patrol

Mount Rainier national park - Backcountry Patrol

Volunteer George Coulbourn poses in his "office" at Carbon River

Chenuis Falls Trailhead Wayside

Chenuis Falls Trailhead Wayside

Look for a wayside panel where the Chenuis Falls spur trail branches off the Carbon River Road trail, next to the Carbon River.

Tall Trees of the Carbon River

Tall Trees of the Carbon River

A trail cuts through the tall, mossy trees of the Carbon River area.

Carbon River Rainforest Nature Trail Waysides

Carbon River Rainforest Nature Trail Waysides

Explore the dense vegetation of a temperate rainforest along the Carbon River Rainforest Nature Trail through a series of exhibit wayside panels.

Carbon River Rainforest Nature Trail: Water Lovers Wayside

Carbon River Rainforest Nature Trail: Water Lovers Wayside

One of the waysides along the Carbon River Rainforest Nature Trail, located near a small creek.

Trail at Carbon River

Trail at Carbon River

A trail cuts through the trees in the northwest corner of Mount Rainier National Park

Mount Rainier national park - Carbon River

Mount Rainier national park - Carbon River

A muddy Carbon River flows along a rocky shore.

Carbon River rising out of foot of the Carbon Glacier, Mount Rainier, July 18, 1897 (SARVANT 75)

Carbon River rising out of foot of the Carbon Glacier, Mount Rainier, ...

Now located in Mount Rainier National Park which was established in 1899. PH Coll 35.25 Subjects (LCTGM): Glaciers--Washington (State)--Rainier, Mount; Mountains--Washington (State); Rivers--Washington (Sta... More

Carbon River running rising out of the Carbon Glacier, north slope of Mount Rainier, July 18, 1897 (SARVANT 42)

Carbon River running rising out of the Carbon Glacier, north slope of ...

Caption in album: Now located in Mount Rainier National Park which was established in 1899. PH Coll 35.24 Subjects (LCTGM): Glaciers--Washington (State)--Rainier, Mount; Mountains--Washington (State); Riv... More

Looking northwest down the Carbon Glacier and Carbon River Canyon, from Moraine Park, July 19, 1897 (WAITE 91)

Looking northwest down the Carbon Glacier and Carbon River Canyon, fro...

Notes in inventory: On Mount Tacoma. Between the Carbon and North Mowich glaciers. Looking down Carbon Glacier and Canyon. From Moraine Park. Altitude about 6000 ft .The Carbon Glacier is on the north slope... More

Mouth of the Carbon Glacier, north slope of Mount Rainier, July 18, 1897 (WAITE 113)

Mouth of the Carbon Glacier, north slope of Mount Rainier, July 18, 18...

Notes in inventory: Mouth of the Carbon Glacier, and top of mountain, altitude about 3600 feetPH Coll 291.245 Subjects (LCTGM): Glaciers--Washington (State); Mountains--Washington (State) Subjects (LCSH): Carb... More

View of Mount Rainier looking southeast from upper bend in Carbon River, July 18, 1897 (WAITE 150)

View of Mount Rainier looking southeast from upper bend in Carbon Rive...

Notes in inventory: On Mount Tacoma. Mount Tacoma from upper bend in Carbon River. 1 1/2 miles below mouth of glacier. Altitude 2800 ft. Copyrighted 1900 .The Carbon River rises from the Carbon Glacier on the... More

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Culverts at Carbon

Culverts at Carbon

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Damaged Park Road at Carbon

Damaged Park Road at Carbon

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Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, Pierce County, WA

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, P...

Significance: It is one of only two extant three-hinged steel arches in the state of Washington. / The building of the Fairfax Bridge across the Carbon River canyon in 1921 was the culmination of years of earne... More

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, Pierce County, WA

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, P...

Significance: It is one of only two extant three-hinged steel arches in the state of Washington. / The building of the Fairfax Bridge across the Carbon River canyon in 1921 was the culmination of years of earne... More

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, Pierce County, WA

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, P...

Significance: It is one of only two extant three-hinged steel arches in the state of Washington. / The building of the Fairfax Bridge across the Carbon River canyon in 1921 was the culmination of years of earne... More

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, Pierce County, WA

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, P...

Significance: It is one of only two extant three-hinged steel arches in the state of Washington. / The building of the Fairfax Bridge across the Carbon River canyon in 1921 was the culmination of years of earne... More

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, Pierce County, WA

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, P...

Significance: It is one of only two extant three-hinged steel arches in the state of Washington. / The building of the Fairfax Bridge across the Carbon River canyon in 1921 was the culmination of years of earne... More

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, Pierce County, WA

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, P...

Significance: It is one of only two extant three-hinged steel arches in the state of Washington. / The building of the Fairfax Bridge across the Carbon River canyon in 1921 was the culmination of years of earne... More

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, Pierce County, WA

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, P...

Significance: It is one of only two extant three-hinged steel arches in the state of Washington. / The building of the Fairfax Bridge across the Carbon River canyon in 1921 was the culmination of years of earne... More

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, Pierce County, WA

Fairfax Bridge, Spanning Carbon River at State Route 165, Carbonado, P...

Significance: It is one of only two extant three-hinged steel arches in the state of Washington. / The building of the Fairfax Bridge across the Carbon River canyon in 1921 was the culmination of years of earne... More