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3 edition of 50 hikes in Mount Rainier National Park. found in the catalog.

50 hikes in Mount Rainier National Park.

Ira Spring

50 hikes in Mount Rainier National Park.

by Ira Spring

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Published by Mount Rainier Natural History Association in Seattle] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mount Rainier National Park (Wash.),
  • Washington (State),
  • Mount Rainier National Park.
    • Subjects:
    • Hiking -- Washington (State) -- Mount Rainier National Park.,
    • Mount Rainier National Park (Wash.)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 118.

      StatementText: Ira Spring and Harvey Manning. Photos: Bob and Ira Spring. Maps: Marge Mueller.
      ContributionsManning, Harvey, joint ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF897.R2 S63
      The Physical Object
      Pagination120 p.
      Number of Pages120
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4753003M
      LC Control Number78084752

      One of the longest trails within Mount Rainier National Park, the Eastside Trail is also one of the park’s quieter trails. Spanning the park’s eastern reaches from Chinook Pass to the Ohanapecosh Campground, the Eastside Trail traverses alpine meadows, primeval forest and a valley that thunders from catapulting creeks and crashing cascades. Tons of people must make their way to the top each year since the hike is listed in the " Classic HIkes in Washington" book as well as "50 Hikes in Mt. Rainier National Park" (even though it is outside the parks boundary. High Rock is called one of the most spectacular in No. America as stated on this page that I linked to.

      Maps: Green Trails Mount Rainier National Park S. Trailhead directions: From Enumclaw head east on SR for 32 miles turning left on the Crystal Mountain Road (just before the Mount Rainier National Park entrance). Continue for miles to parking at Crystal Mountain Ski Resort. Exploring Mount Rainier National Park is truly a privilege—it serves as a pristine reminder of the value of protected, public spaces and should be revered as a model. From expert alpinists to young children, there’s not a human alive that’s immune to the soul-moving experience of watching the pink alpenglow kiss the glaciated summit of.

      Mount Rainier is huge! You can hike around the mountain if you have eight days. The beauty of looking at the mountain and its reflection in the lake is awesome. There are plenty of other short hikes and waterfalls galore. Be sure and see the old buildings and the park lodge.5/ TripAdvisor reviews. – Craig Romano, is an author of more than a dozen hiking guidebooks including the newly released Classic Hikes Washington (Mountaineers Books) which includes several hikes in and around Mount Rainier National Park.


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Longmire Area Trails Paradise Area Trails Ohanapecosh Area Trails Sunrise Area Trails Carbon River & Mowich Area Trails.

Pacific Crest Trail. A portion of the Pacific Crest Trail weaves in and out of Mount Rainier National Park along the park's eastern boundary, from Chinook Pass in the north down to Laughingwater Creek in the south (near Three.

"The "peak" is actually the flat top of the easternmost section of the ridge, and offers you the opportunity to make a loop of this hike, returning to Sunrise via the Sunrise Rim Trail." "From Sunrise we hiked the Sourdough Ridge Trail to Frozen Lake but before we could make the ascent up First Burroughs the rangers diverted us down to Shadow Lake and around due to tricky snowfields on the trail.".

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Also beginning from Reflection Lakes, Hike into the Tatoosh Range for excellent views of Mount Rainier and Mount Adams. Paradise Meadows Trails Take any of these trails for excellent views of Mount Rainier, subalpine meadows, and wildlife: Nisqually Vista Trail ( mi/ km) - Views of the Nisqually Glacier.

Best Hikes in Paradise, Mt Rainier. Click here to open the Paradise Area trail map in a new tab. Skyline Trail to Glacier Vista – Moderate, miles, ′ elevation gain.

This is really just a stop on the way to Panorama Point a little over mile from the visitor center on a mostly paved. At an elevation of 6, feet, Sunrise is the highest point that can be reached by vehicle at Mount Rainier National Park.

In summer, mountain meadows abound with wildflowers. On clear summer days, Sunrise provides breathtaking views of Mount Rainier. This new full-color edition commemorates Mount Rainier National Park's th anniversary. From the short Paradise flower trails of Alta Vista and Nisqually Vista to the nine-mile grunt up to the summit base camp at Camp Muir to the epic mile Wonderland Trail that encircles the mountain, this comprehensive guide will make hiking in Mount Ranier National Park a dream.

/5(22). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Fifty hikes in Mount Rainier National Park. 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.

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Mount Rainier looks fairly close to Seattle on the map, but the nearest entrance (Nisqually) is a surprising 2 hour drive. This entrance is famous for long tailbacks in peak season, so try to leave really early or book a hotel nearby.

Mount Rainier is a deceptively large national park and getting between areas can take a very long time. This is a souvenir photo booklet from Mount Rainier National Park. There are 40 color images taken by photographers that included Bob and Ira Springs who were avid hikers in the Pacific Northwest and wrote many wonderful hiking books in the 's and 80' Rating: % positive.

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80 color photos, Get this from a library. 50 hikes in Mount Rainier National Park. [Ira Spring; Harvey Manning]. The National Park service is seeking feedback from park visitors on what changes they would like to see within the Nisqually to Paradise corridor of Mount Rainier in the : Megan Burbank.

This is the Mount Rainier National Park entry in the extensive Falcon Guides Best Easy Day Hikes series. This is the shorter version of the book above. It focuses on the shorter, easier hikes in the book, although some can still be quite steep.Item - Falcon Guides - Hiking - Paperback - U.

T wo Books: Hiking Mount Rainier National Park & Discovering the wonders of the Wonderland Trail Encircling Mount Rainier Both books are. They wrote an e-book, “Guide to Peaks at Mount Rainier National Park” (Mountaineers Books,$; smartphone version $) with all proceeds going to The Mountaineers club.