Mount Rainier National Park offers an incredible variety of hikes. Rising from the Cascade foothills less than fifty miles southwest of Seattle, Mount Rainier’s broad shoulders carry steep-sloped forests, lush river valleys, sub-alpine forests, tundra, and permanent snowfields. Hiking Mount Rainier National Park is a comprehensive and detailed trail guide for the entire park. With hikes ranging from short walks to overnight backpack trips, Hiking Mount Rainier National Park was written for all types of hikers. Featured are 60 detailed hike descriptions covering all of the park’s trails. Maps, elevation profiles, and trail finder charts make planning your hikes in Mount Rainier National Park a cinch. Hiking Mount Rainier National Park is an essential part of your trip to this spectacular natural area, whether you have a week to explore or just a few hours to stroll.
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