Rainier View

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Overview

Trail Features

Dogs
Not Allowed
Fees
None
Kids
Allowed
Route
Out and Back
Users
Multi-use
Length
2.4 miles
Parking
Yes
Surface
Dirt and Rock
Bathrooms
Yes
Elevation
300 feet
Difficulty
Beginner
Trail hours
Sunrise-Sunset
Parking hours
Sunrise-Sunset
Water fountains
None
Vending machines
None

The Rainier View Trail is a 2.4-mile, out-and-back trail located within the Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest near Paradise Inn. A moderately trafficked trail, the Rainier View Trail is mainly used for running, nature walks, hiking and bird watching. Being a seasonal trail, it is best used from June to November. Lilies and roses dominate a bigger section of the trail, while common wildlife includes marmots and goats. At the highest sections of the Rainier view trail, hikers will get to enjoy scenic views of the Castle Mountain and Mount Rainier. While dogs are allowed on the trail, they should always be on a leash. Hikers should carry plenty of water when hiking the Rainier View Trail.

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