Greenwater Lakes has picturesque bridges, waterfalls and old growth trees, not to mention two peaceful lakes and a pristine river.
Tieton Nature Trail, follow this fairly easy family-friendly trail alongside the crashing glacier-fed Tieton River through an impressive wide canyon.
Mud Mt. Dam Recreational Area
Pinnacle Peak is a hike that’s kid-friendly, dog-friendly, and features a historic fire lookout site.
Long before Crystal Mountain was a top notch ski resort, it was part of bustling mining area known as the Summit Mining District.
While Paradise with its legendary alpine meadows is the place most first time visitors to Mount Rainier National Park venture to—I prefer to introduce folks to The Mountain at Sunrise. As its name suggests, this is the first place Washington’s iconic peak is touched by sunlight each day.
The Old Mine Trail is perhaps one of the least known trail within the national park. Yet, this short path is easily accessible and can be explored year round.
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