The Indian Bar Trail-Summerland Traverse trail is a 34-mile, out-and-back trail located within the larger Mount Rainier National Park. A moderately trafficked trail, the Indian Bar-Summerland Traverse Trail is rated difficult and is mainly used for hiking. The trail is mostly used from June to September. Alpines and talus dominate a bigger section of the trail. Coyotes and wolfs are quite common on the Indian Bar-Summerland Traverse Trail. From the highest sections of the trail, hikers will be rewarded with panoramic views of Mount Rainier, Shriner Peak and Ohanapecosh River. Dogs are not allowed on the trail. A National Park Pass is needed to access the Indian Bar- Summerland Traverse trail.
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