Mineral Lake Resort
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No signal at the moment here. Its 8pm in our Cougar Rock campsite and i thought i'd write a little then post tomorrow morn when we head out and get a signal in the city..... We got up and drove up to Paradise about 8:30. We immediately headed out on one of the trails there, the Skyline Trail to Panorama Point. The first mile or so was paved, easy to walk on , but VERY steep. We didnt have full packs, so no problem. Once again, the trailside ...
... Gallery. It is a 3 mile long winding smooth road
that is perfect for skateboards, although there are car and motorcycle
drives on it too. Fun to watch and it looks like I could do it but
pretty sure I couldn’t without much better medical insurance. We
stayed to watch for a bit but it was pretty hot to be standing in a cow
field with the associated landmines fermenting in the noonday sun. We
headed back but stopped off at a life sized replica of ...
... and the Cristine Falls before it was the end of the road and time to work our way back to the Scamp. The fall colors were just starting to turn, and we were a bit early, but still saw many beautiful splashes of bright reds, burnt oranges, and glowing yellows on our way back. Everything remained dripping wet as the rain continued to pour down. There really is nothing like the Scamp on a chilly, rainy day in the mountains. Home sweet home, ...
... every direction. You can not see Mt Rainier from the lake, but there are quite a few peaks nearby that are still pretty high. The waters here on the lake may be some of the most crystal clear water I have every seen. It is stunning and surrounded by some of the best scenery I have ever seen. I have always said Washington is one of the greenest areas on Earth and best for nature and ...
... to be kidding me!" and "How does this even exist?!"
I wanted to get to a campsite before they were all taken so I first stopped at White River (fed by glaciers!) Campground and found a sweet nook in a grove of evergreens. The campgrounds at Rainier are packed, as should be expected on a summer weekend. Entering the campground, I saw a sign warning that this area of the mountain is very dangerous, and is prone to flooding and landslides as a result of ...