Walks and Trails at Mt. Rainier National Park

For Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge, Walks, Trails and Sidewalks,  I looked back at some of my favorite walks and trails at Mt. Rainier National Park.

You won’t find too many views from the beaten path like this one at Sunrise.

Only one at a time can cross the suspension bridge over the Ohanapecosh River on the Grove of the Patriarchs Trail.

I was charmed by the boardwalk deep in the rainforest near the Carbon River.

Looking forward to more walks this year on the trails at Mt. Rainier!

~ Susanne

14 Comments on “Walks and Trails at Mt. Rainier National Park

  1. Always lovely to see the mountain, and the walks around it, Susanne. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. What a beautiful mountain!

    I am following “rainier watch” on twitter so I get to see photos when she appears out of the clouds. I’d looove to come down and see her close up!

    • Thank you! It is well worth a visit! Rainier is beautiful in all seasons from many angles and the old growth forest is magnificent too!

  3. Adventure tourism becomes fascinating when it is done in these places. We will settle to appreciate the photos that are of the best to illustrate the ride.

  4. I remember a long suspension bridge like that outside Vancouver. Yours is only the second one I have ever seen.

  5. Such pretty pictures of our beloved Rainier! You are lucky to be so close to this beautiful park! If only I could pry my husband away from the south. I dream of living within a couple of hours of Rainier!

    • Thank you so much! I consider myself lucky! 🙂 I’ve lived here my whole life and I honestly never get tired of that mountain.

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