- One area of this park receives an average of 641 inches of snowfall (nearly 54 feet) every year, making it one of the consistently snowiest places on Earth (of the places where snowfall is measured).
- Approximately 2 million visitors each year visit this park to see a mountain that stands nearly three miles higher than the lowlands to the west and one and one-half miles higher than the surrounding mountains.
- The main attraction and namesake of this park is an active volcano that last erupted approximately 150 years ago. The park also contains many named glaciers, lakes, rivers and streams and over 3,000 acres of other wetland types.
- One glacier, located on the north side of the mountain is the lowest elevation of any glacier in the lower 48 states at 3500 feet. This glacier is nearly 700 feet thick.
- Reaching the summit of the mountain requires a vertical elevation gain of more than 9,000 feet over a distance of eight or more miles but thousands of people summit this peak each year.
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