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Old 06-28-2016, 12:03 AM   #1
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Best day hikes in mt rainier national park .

Going to mt rainier in a few weeks . If anyone's has a favorite day hike in the park
I'd be interested in hearing about it. Thanks for any input you may have !


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I have not been there in 15 years, but I enjoyed Tolmie Peak Lookout - Washington Trails Association
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Late last summer we did all three peaks of Burroughs Mountain from Paradise. I would recommend stopping at Burroughs Mountain 2 -- to get to 3 you have to descend and then ascend again, and then repeat on the way back. Kills your legs both coming and going.

Burroughs Mountain — Washington Trails Association

There are tons of trail descriptions/reports on the WTA.org site - wonderful resource worth checking out in depth.
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Late last summer we did all three peaks of Burroughs Mountain from Paradise. I would recommend stopping at Burroughs Mountain 2 -- to get to 3 you have to descend and then ascend again, and then repeat on the way back. Kills your legs both coming and going.

Burroughs Mountain — Washington Trails Association

There are tons of trail descriptions/reports on the WTA.org site - wonderful resource worth checking out in depth.

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I have not been there in 15 years, but I enjoyed Tolmie Peak Lookout - Washington Trails Association

I'll check it out - thanks


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