Deep Forest Cabins at Mt. Rainier
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... br> on a Friday night and met our goal of a before sunset arrival. It
helped that the forest roads were paved all the way to the camp.
Typical forest roads are washboard grooved, rutted and pot holed.
arrived around 8pm to two spacious campsites under sky scraping western
for trees. The campground was about 3/4 full. Not sure why, but this one
is pretty far back in the woods, only has pit toilets, a hand pump for
potable water and ...
Today was a beautiful day for a hike! We first tried to go to Chenius Falls but due to the road being washed out a change of plans was called for. So we headed to Lake Mowich. The drive up was 13 miles of pure torture! It's unpaved and bumpy as all get out-so beware. Once we arrived at the lake the scenery was breath taking. The lake was emerald green and the water refreshing (we didn't go in but got a splash of water). Lots of trails to meander. Always fun hiking with my ...
... is making me sound like someone afraid of her own shadow. I don't have much experience with mountains, especially up close and right there, being all huge. I'm used to seeing mountains hovering in the distance like a majestic rock deity in the sky or viewing them from a safe distance above while flying. Rainier is glorious. I gasped each new time I saw it. Really.
I had waited until noon to leave and it was now almost 5:00, so I was in a hurry to find ...
... all the wildflowers on the roadside then go to fall creek with a fabulous waterfall which you can walk almost right up to and Jackie does this for photos.
We stop next at Narada falls and take photos of the large beautiful waterfall that flows down into the valley below it's been a lovely leisurely drive around the park and we go back to Packwood to spend our last afternoon and evening at our lovely cabin.we buy dinner which is chilli and rice for me and pizza for Jackie we ...
... the snow seemed to come out of nowhere and was piled well above our 14 foot tall RV along the roads. This visitor center is at 5,000 feet and is one of the first places people stop to ski, snowshoe, hike and sled. All off which (except the sledding) were happening. There hike to the summit covers 9,000 feet elevation gain. You can do a day hike to Muir Camp which is at 10,000 feet and 10 miles round trip. If only we all had good sunglasses, ...