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The National Park Service is evaluating public comments on the Nisqually to Paradise Corridor Draft Management Plan and Environmental Assessment. The park is testing timed entry reservations in 2024 from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend to help inform the development of the Final Nisqually to Paradise Corridor Management Plan before making a long term decision. Information about the 2024 Pilot is available on the Mount Rainier National Park website at and via the "Links" tab to the left.

* indicates the current step in the planning process
Step 1. Phase 1: Foundation and Problem Analysis - establish purpose and need, identify issues, develop project objectives, review data and previous studies, explore desired conditions, engage stakeholders.
Step 2. Phase 2: Explore Solutions - explore viable concepts and strategies, assemble concepts and strategies into preliminary alternatives, determine relevant indicators and thresholds, public review of strategies, engage stakeholders.
Step 3. Phase 3.1 Confirm range of alternatives and develop draft plan
Step 4. Phase 3.2: Public review of draft plan and environmental assessment
Step 5. Phase 3.3: Analysis of public comment *
Step 6. Phase 3.4: Prepare final plan and decision document
Step 7. Phase 3.5: Release final plan and decision document to the public