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Summerland and Panhandle Gap

Summerland and Panhandle Gap is a 12-miles roundtrip hike in the White River area of Mount Rainier National Park. Learn more at VisitRainier.com.  ...
Silver Forest Trail

Silver Forest Trail

Silver Forest Trail is a 2.4 miles roundtrip family-friendly hike in the Sunrise area of Mount Rainier National Park. Learn more at VisitRainier.com.  ...
Fields of lupine at Indian Henry's Hunting Ground

Indian Henry’s via Kautz Creek

There isn't an easy way to get to Indian Henrys Hunting Ground, although to hike to this special area of Mt. Rainier National Park is worth the effort. ...

Tamanos Mountain

Tamanos Mountain is a strenuous 10-mile scramble that follows the lovely Owyhigh Lakes Trail before heading up to the ridgeline and summit of Tamanos Mountain. ...

Sunrise Rim Trail

Sunrise Rim Trail is a 5-mile loop trail with mountain views in the Sunrise area of Mt. Rainier National Park. Learn more at VisitRainier.com.  ...
Corral Pass

Corral Pass

Corral Pass is a dog-friendly trail located in the Chinook Pass area. A Northwest Forest Pass is required for this 2.6 mile roundtrip hike.  ...

Paradise River / Narada Falls

Paradise River / Narada Falls offers an opportunity to hike a section of the round-the-mountain Wonderland Trail to a deep forested valley reverberating with crashing waterfalls.  ...
Cowlitz Divide

Cowlitz Divide

Cowlitz Divide is a strenuous trail that covers 11.8-miles roundtrip along the Stevens Canyon area, a National Park Pass is required.  ...

Owyhigh Lakes

Hike through impressive stands of primeval forest to two subalpine lakes high above the White River Valley. Learn more at VisitRainier.com.  ...

Alta Vista Trail

Alta Vista Trail is an approximately 1.8 mile roundtrip hike in Paradise at Mount Rainier National Park. Learn more at VisitRainier.com.  ...
View of Mount Rainier as seen from Mount Beljica

Mount Beljica

Mount Beljica is a 3 to 5 mile hike in Ashford, Washington on dog-friendly trails that requires no entrance fee. Learn more at VisitRainier.com.  ...
View from Sourdough Ridge

Sourdough Ridge

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 ...

Cowiche Mountain

Hike to the top of a broad windswept ridge savoring sunshine and sweeping views. Centerpiece to an old cattle ranch transformed into a nature preserve, wildlife and wildflowers are prolific on Cowiche Mountain. ...
The view of Rainier is overpowering from Glacier View

Glacier View

Area: Ashford Hike Type: Off the Beaten Track Pass: No Pass Req Distance: 4.2 mi RT  Duration: 3 hrs High ...

The Old Mine Trail

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.  ...

Lake West and Lake Helen

Hike to two tiny and remote lakes close to Mount Rainier, but far from the crowds. Located in a small wilderness and adjacent roadless area just outside of the national park, these little backcountry lakes are rarely visited.  ...

Twin Sisters Lakes

This fairly easy hike to two beautiful lakes in the heart of the William O Douglas Wilderness is perfect for adventurers young and old alike. Set on a pumiced plateau pockmarked with hundreds of small lakes and adorned with ancient cinder cone volcanoes, the Twin Lakes also make for ...