Hiking trails lead to many of the most beautiful spots of Mt. Rainier National Park: Crystalline high mountain lakes, cascading waterfalls, meandering streams, sub-alpine meadows carpeted in flowers, and peaks offering vistas of the glaciers of Rainier. The granddaddy of them all is the famous Wonderland Trail, a multi-day journey covering over 93 miles that encircles the entire mountain.
Find trails in all corners of the park, for all ability levels. Use the sortable list below to find the perfect hike for you.
|wdt_ID||Title||Difficulty||Distance||Duration||Elevation Gain||Snow-Free||Pass Required|
|1||Allen Mountain||Moderate||10 mi RT||6 hrs||2.350||July - October||None|
|2||Alta Vista Trail||Easy||01.2 mi RT||0.75 hr||520||Mid-July - Mid-September||Natl. Park Pass|
|3||American Ridge Via Goat Creek||Easy||08.2 mi RT||4-6 hrs||2.600||July - Early-November||None|
|4||Bearhead Mountain||Moderate||05.8 mi RT||3 hrs||1.789||July - Late-October||NW Forest Pass|
|5||Bench and Snow Lakes||Moderate||02.6 mi RT||1.5 hrs||700||July - October||Natl. Park Pass|
|6||Berkeley Park||Moderate||11.3 mi RT||6 hrs||400||Mid-July - Early-October||Natl. Park Pass|
|7||Big Crow Basin and Basin Lake||Strenuous||15.8 mi Loop||2 days||4.000||Late-June - October||Overnight Camping Permit|
|8||Boise Creek | Hancock Lands||Moderate||03 mi RT||2-3 hrs||300||April - October||Hancock Lands Permit|
|9||Boulder Cave Natural Area||Easy||02.25 mi RT||1-2 hrs||300||June - September||NW Forest Pass|
|10||Boundary Trail Carbon River||Moderate||02.6 mi RT||2-3 hrs||1.320||June - October||Natl. Park Pass|
|Title||Difficulty||Distance||Duration||Elevation Gain||Snow-Free||Pass Required|