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Eastside Trail, Packwood, WA 98361, Mount Rainier National Park, WA
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Mt. Rainier Day Trip from Seattle
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Mt. Rainier Day Trip from Seattle
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With massive glaciers, powerful waterfalls, and alpine meadows, Mount Rainier National Park is among one of Washington's most spectacular reserves, but it can be hard to get to, especially in heavy traffic. Visiting the active volcano on a guided tour lets you focus on the views while your guide takes on the hassle of driving. Plus your guide knows some of the best stops to make at some of the most beautiful places in the park.
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The trees on this trail are some of the biggest in the park. They are enormous and clearly very old. There is a fun suspension bridge to cross on this trail, and a boardwalk that will take you around the forest once you cross that bridge. Stay on the boardwalks; if you step off
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Sad that these are the only old growth trees left in this area. Glad that they are still here, though. Nice walk across the swinging bridge to this little piece of land.
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Just a relaxing stroll leading up to the giant patriarchs. Very relaxing break from riding in the car.
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Great easy hike with a cool suspension bridge with one at a time passage. Great for Family's with kids too.
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This wonderful clear splashy river flows through Mt. Rainier National Park at the Grove of the Patriarchs area. There is a great Suspension Bridge that crosses the river and has good view of it. We enjoyed this quiet area and the 1.5 mile gentle walk under the giant trees.
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