The Mount Beljica Trail is a 3-mile out-and-back trail, located within the Mount Rainier Area, Washington. Being a seasonal trail, is best used from May and October. The Mount Beljica Trail offers a vast terrain suitable for a variety of activities such as hiking, walking and nature trips. Ospreys and several other bird species are quite common along trail. At the highest sections of the trail, hikers will be rewarded with scenic views of Mount Rainier, Mount Adams, and Mount Saint Helens. The Mount Beljica Trail also offers hikers an incredibly calm and glossy view of lake Christine. Whiles dogs are allowed on the trail, they should always be kept on leash. A Northwest Forest Pass will be needed to access the Mount Beljica Trail. Hikers may obtain water from various natural sources along the trail, however, they should remember to treat it first before consumption.
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