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Masako Wada reviewed Skyline Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Beautiful hike. Went on 1/2 day hike there last weekend, the air was clear at paradise even in the midst of the wildfire smoke with unhealthy air quality down below. Beautiful trail with ever changing scenery, the meadows are so pretty with wild flowers and we encountered marmots multiple times. I am not a big fan of hiking once it becomes rocks and gravels but enjoyed the views along the way. We will definitely go back soon.

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Nate Katsiaficas reviewed Skyline Trail
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HikingGreat!

Grueling climb but absolutely breathtaking hike. Disagree with rating as "hard," it's really more of a moderate trail. Very fun terrain, had a few chance wildlife encounters with marmots and deer that were cool as well! Definitely recommend. Total hike took ~3 hours flat, even with the extra mile at the end (2.5 mile return vs 1.5 mile option) and plenty of stopping to snap photos!

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Katie W reviewed Skyline Trail
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HikingGreat!No shade

We went at 2:45 on Thursday 9/17 and the trail was great! There were some but not tons of people on the trail. We went clockwise so we could hike with the view of Rainer and it was perfect! Great variety of scenery. We loved the hike!

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Bob Kalmbach reviewed Skyline Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky
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Patrick Eddy reviewed Florence Peak Trail
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Hiking

Only hiked to the water fall. Good hill climb. Water fall was more like a slide

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Mary Ann Pastene reviewed Carter Falls
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Tom Ohe reviewed Skyline Trail
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HikingMuddyRocky

Left parking lot at 7 AM in fog and hiked the trail clockwise. First mile or so was in the fog, but then Mt Rainier started to emerge as the cloud-level dropped and had great views of My Rainier all the way to high point of trail. Last 3 miles dropped below cloud-level, but scenery was still gorgeous and we took our time coming back down. Even with all the stops for pictures, only took us 3 1/2 hrs.

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Hiking

Hiked this section at the conclusion of a 21 mile loop. That said, it was incredibly strenuous to gain so much elevation at this point. This section of trail is not spectacular. It's mostly a wooded creekside ramble. The two interesting stops for me were Mowich Lake and the switchback section just below the pass. I would not choose this as a stand-alone hike if you're looking for something incredible. With other destinations around, like Tolmie Peak, Carbon Glacier, and Spray and Seattle Parks, Ipsut Creek takes a back seat.

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HikingGreat!

No smoke and great pockets of sunshine today. Very crowded.

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Jason Harbison reviewed Skyline Trail
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HikingFeeGreat!MuddyNo shadeRocky

This is one of my favorite Rainer hikes. First two miles are full of people who shouldn’t be allowed outside their suburban homes but the views on a clear day make their presence bearable. The last four miles is peaceful and the meadows are spectacular. A lot of Marmots, Picas, and a lonely hear enjoying blueberry. It is a bit rocky in places and the lower skyline trail is closed.

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Hope Dunham-dell reviewed Skyline Trail
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Hiking

Trail is a great work out. In good condition. Today was foggy but still enjoyed. Road of rough but do able.

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joe Kettenhofen reviewed Skyline Trail
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HikingGreat!

one of my favorite trails to do. have gone clockwise every time. semi steep for a little bit.but overall not too bad. tons of marmots and chipmunks everywhere

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Preston Fisher reviewed Comet and Christine Falls
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Hiking

Was absolutely gorgeous. I went all the way to Mildred point and all of it was super pretty. Wouldn’t suggest bringing kids but I did see some

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Lucas S. C. reviewed Skyline Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky
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Adrianna Wells reviewed Carbon Glacier Trail
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Hiking

Go on a clear day if you want to see Rainier which you can see once you’re at the first log bridge that they re-establish every year in August. Fabulous hike even on a cloudy day. Suspension bridge is a real treat as is the log bridge.

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Alexey Malyshev reviewed Narada Falls
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Kamilla Aslami reviewed Narada Falls
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Michael Yergin reviewed Old Mine Trail
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Hiking

Hiked as a day trip. This is a very strenuous day hike, especially if you make time to continue up to the glacier viewpoint. The Carbon Glacier is incredibly beautiful. The Carbon River erupts from the foot of the glacier after travelling through the subterranean branches beneath the ice. It fills the valley with the sound of rushing water. It's an otherworldly place to visit. Like a Tolkien setting.

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