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Mount Ranier is the highest mountain in Washington State, USA, a glacier-clad dormant volcano of the Cascade Range. Rising to 4,393 m (14,410 ft), it is the third highest peak in the contiguous United States. This state is sometimes known as the home of the Bald Eagle. The name “bald”, often thought to be a misnomer, does not imply a lack of feathers but is derived from an obsolete word meaning marked with white, as in piebald.