Mt. Rainier Fall Activities | Visit Rainier

Fall Activities

Grizzly Bear and Pumpkin

GET SPOOKY: ANIMALS, PUMPKINS, AND COSTUMES!

Northwest Trek Wildlife Park offers Haunted Hike weekends October 16-31. Guests are encouraged to wear their favorite costume and wander past magical lights, eerie spider webs, and pumpkins everywhere. ...

FALL COLOR DISPLAYS

Vine Maple, high elevation huckleberry bushes and Larch (Tamarack) are the main sources of fall color and begin turning in late September. Larch is golden and is visible after much of the other color is gone. It is only found in the Chinook Pass and White Pass areas... ...
Frey Family Farm

Frey Family Farm

Frey Family Farm is a certified organic, 40-acre mixed vegetable, berry and hay production farm. that welcomes visitors to stop by and live the farm-life as part of their Mount Rainier vacation.  ...

Hunt for Huckleberries

Non-commercial berry picking is allowed within the National Park. Two quarts per person per day of huckleberries, blackberries, thimbleberries and salmonberries may be gathered by hand. This small quantity has been determined to not adversely affect park wildlife... ...
Reflection Lakes Photo Courtesy Don Jensen

Top 10 Fall Hikes

1)  Reflection Lakes – Moderate | Paradise Area This is a popular hike for many reasons especially on a clear ...