If you've hiked a trail at Mount Rainier National Park, you've probably benefited from the work of our trail foreman, Carl Fabiani, who has built and maintained trails here, and more recently supervised such work, for 45 years--almost half the history of the park. If you've volunteered on a trail crew, you have certainly benefited from his efforts; Fabiani's legendary commitment to exceptional trail standards pervades everything we do, and his dedication to working with volunteers has allowed hundreds or even thousands of people to participate in that legacy.
|Read all about Carl's career at Mount|
Rainier in The News Tribune, with photos
like this one by Dean Koepfler
|One of my favorite trail experiences -- hiking home|
from Mystic Lake in a torrential late-September
rainstorm in 2005
Thanks, Carl, for all your hard work; and happy trails.