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Mount Rainier Trails
Brochure of Summerland Trail at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).
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White River Ranger Station Mount Rainier National Park National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior White River Campground C Summerland Wh To Sunrise This popular trail leads hikers through lowland forests to subalpine meadows along a section of the 93-mile (150 km) Wonderland Trail. Avid climber and explorer E. S. Ingraham named this area during one of his many visits to the mountain. tain Fry in gpa re nC Tamanos Creek ek Owyhigh Lakes Summerland 123 Round-trip Distance: 8.5 miles (13.7 km) Wilderness Camp: Summerland Elevation Gain: 1,500 feet (457 m) Trailhead: Drive through the White River Entrance and proceed 3 miles (4.8 km) to a parking area next to the Fryingpan Creek bridge. The trailhead is across the road. Parking space is limited and fills early on sunny summer days. Have an alternate hike in mind if parking space is not available.123 De Ch ino er uld Bo Hiking Time Round-trip: 4-5 hours n Wo Difficulty Level: y Moderate de nd rla Along the Trail Tra C ree k OHANAPECOSH PARK COWLITZ P ARK Cayuse Pass Do not feed or approach wildlife. Pets and bicycles are not allowed on park trails. Do not pick flowers or collect other park resources (rocks, wood, etc.). Carry the “10 Essentials” and Leave No Trace of your visit. Use a topographical map. Permit required for wilderness camping. Panhandle Gap 6800ft 2074m INDIAN BAR 410 5279ft 1609m 5940ft 1542m Trail Description T ipso Lake ok t R reek Goa oun ite 5 1 r ive Shay C To White River Entrance / SR 410 Trailhead dM Islan Crysta il Tra The variety of subalpine wildflowers, panoramic views of Mount Rainier and Little Tahoma, and frequent sightings of mountain goats and elk herds make this hike extremely popular. Please stay on the maintained trail through the Summerland area to protect the fragile vegetation of these meadows. Trailhead CO WL ITZ y Mudd EXPERIENCE YOUR AMERICA k 12/18 ree rC e h t www.nps.gov/mora Pan Shr Loo 5834 1778