Trails of Mount Rainier

 

Hiking & Backcountry Camping Information
Wilderness Permits - required for all overnight camping.
Current Trail Conditions
Climbing Information

***All hiking distances are round-trip.***

Northwest Area Trails
- Carbon & Mowich

Carbon Glacier Trail (17 miles)
Green Lake Trail (10.8 miles)
Golden Lakes Trail (20.4 miles)

Lake James Trail (27 miles)

Moraine Park Trail (21 miles)

Mystic Lake Trail (20.8 miles)

Northern Loop Trail (45 miles)

Spray Park Trail (6 miles)

Tolmie Peak Trail (6.5 miles)

Northeast Area Trails
- Sunrise, White River, & Tipsoo

Burroughs Mountain Trail (7 miles)

Crystal Lakes Trail (6 miles)

Glacier Basin Trail (7 miles)
Mystic Lake via Sunrise Trail (21 miles)

Mt Fremont Lookout Trail (5.5 miles)

Naches Peak Loop Trail (3.5 miles)

Owyhigh Lakes Trail (7 miles)

Palisades Lakes Trail (7 miles)

Summerland Trail (8.5 miles)

Southwest Area Trails
- Longmire & Paradise

Bench & Snow Lake Trail (2.5 miles)

Comet Falls Trail (3.8 miles)

Eagle Peak Trail (7.2 miles)
Emerald Ridge Trail (17.2 miles)

Gobblers Knob Trail (12.8 miles)

Indian Henry's Hunting Ground
(via Kautz Creek - 11.5 miles)

Indian Henry's Hunting Ground
(from Longmire - 13 miles)

Klapatche Park Trail (19.2 miles)

Lake George Trail (8.8 miles)

Pinnacle Peak Trail (2.5 miles)

Rampart Ridge Trail (4.6 miles)

Skyline Trail (5 miles)

Van Trump Park Trail (5.6 miles)

Southeast Area Trails
- Ohanapecosh

Indian Bar Trail (14.5 miles)

Shriner Peak Trail (8 miles)

Silver Falls Trail (3 miles)

Three Lakes Trail (12 miles)


Other Trails
The Wonderland Trail
Day Hiking & Family Nature Trails

Pacific Crest Trail
A portion of the Pacific Crest Trail weaves in and out of Mount Rainier National Park along the park's eastern boundary, from Chinook Pass in the north down to Laughingwater Creek in the south (near Three Lakes). Please note that there are no established backcountry camp sites within the park along the Pacific Crest Trail. Camping is permitted on adjacent United States Forest Service lands. For information regarding public lands that require permits, consult the Pacific Crest Trail Association permits page. For more infomation about hiking the portions of the Pacific Crest Trail in the park see the Naches Peak Loop Trail. Learn more about the Pacific Crest Trail at pcta.org.

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