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Activities

Mt. Rainier National Park’s Education Programs

Mount Rainier National Park offers a variety of free education workshops each year. These interdisciplinary workshops combine instruction, activities, field sessions, curriculum development, and curriculum review focus groups... ...

Keenes Horse Camp

The Keenes Horse Camp is located in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. A popular high elevation camp with several trails out of the camp.  ...

Mountain Biking at Skookum Flats

Skookum Flats is easy to get to, accessible to mountain bikers from spring to fall, and provides for a nice technical, albeit not too difficult to ride within a stunning natural setting. ...
Ghost Town

Fairfax Ghost Town

It's fair to say that Fairfax is not easy to find - in fact, many hikers have never heard of this ghost town in the Carbon River valley outside the Carbon River Entrance of Mount Rainier National Park.  ...
Sunrise Rim Trail

Burroughs Mountains

Area: Sunrise Hike Type: Mountain views Pass: Natl. Park Pass Distance: 5.4 mi RT Duration: 3-4 hrs Difficulty Level: Moderate ...

LOOP 2: Scenic Byways Loop

This journey takes visitors through the eastern edge of Mt. Rainier National Park and along two of Washington’s most beloved scenic byways, the Chinook Byway and the White Pass Scenic Byway. Discover the dramatic and rugged beauty of these wilderness areas. Spend time touring Mt. ...
Cow Parsnip

Cow Parsnip

The Cow Parsnip is a forest wildflower that grows in the Mount Rainier area. Learn more about this and other wildflowers at VisitRainier.com. ...
Feeding the elk

A Visit to the Oak Creek Elk Feeding Area

Every day from mid-December to early March visitors can drop by the feeding area to watch hundreds of Rocky Mountain Elk during the supplemental winter feeding program. ...

Melmont Ghost Town

The Melmont Ghost Town is dog-friendly accessible via a 3.84-mile roundtrip hike with views of the Fairfax Bridge, and the Melmont School ruins.  ...