Cascade: The Layered Line
Situated just south of the Canadian border, Mount Baker (Elev. 10,781') is one of the snowiest locations on earth. In 1999, the mountain set the world record for snowfall in a single season at 1,140 inches.
Available in 1/2” thick. Red and Black stripes.
The patriarch of the Cascade Range, Mount Rainier (Elev. 14,410') towers over the surrounding landscape with its snow-capped peak. Its inspiration can be found throughout the Puget Sound including Richlite Company's namesake.
Available in 1-1/4" thick; multicolor with Chocolate, yellow and black stripes.
The second tallest summit in Washington State, Mount Adams (Elev. 12,276') is known for record rainfalls and is home to one of Washington's largest Ponderosa Pines. The mountain's broad body and flat top make it easily recognizable in surrounding remote wilderness.
Available in 1” thick. Brown and Yellow strips.
Mount Hood (Elev. 11,239'), the highest mountain in Oregon, offers the longest ski season in North America while providing over 1,200 miles of hiking trails. Hood is also the second most climbed mountain in the world after Mount Fujiyama (Elev. 12,388') in Japan.
Available in 1” thick. Blue and yellow stripes.
Anchoring the southern end of the Cascade Range, Mount Shasta (Elev. 14,179') is located in scenic Northern California. It is considered to be one of the Seven Sacred Mountains for it stands alone with its mystery and beauty.
Available in 1-1/4” thick. Multicolor with Yellow, Green, Brown and Black Stripes.
Little Tahoma Peak (Elev. 11,138') is a rock formation on Mount Rainier clearly visible from Richlite Company headquarters. The satellite peak was once part of the larger mountain though the elements have caused the summit to form its own unique character.
Available in 1/2” thick. Black and brown stripes.