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Hiking on Mount Rainer, especially in December where White powdered Snow filled centuries Old trees, was fun and beautiful. We were a group of 8, one lady from Columbia who enjoyed it like it she was 12 years old. We all showered ourselves with Snow,...More
We decided to drive from Seattle to visit this National Park and are so glad we did. Mount Rainer was beautiful and the views from the trails were awesome as well. I would recommend a visit if you're in the area.
Went to mt. Rainier in early Oct via Nisqually entrance, up to Henry M Jackson visitor centre and did some walking. Passed by Christine Falls along the way, nice view! Is a good place to go if you have time to explore more the huge...More
This hike was the last one of the season for us and was so worth the trip and long line to enter. I would recommend not given up the first stretch of the hike...It gets much easier. I heard many people on the way down...More
It was the first time my son saw snow!!
It was an amazing drive!!! Great views. When we stopped, it was snowing and we had fun playing with the snow!!!
Really love this park and it doesn't matter the weather, it is always amazing to...More
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Snoqualmie Falls is just under an hour’s drive from Seattle. As I recall, from the roughly rectangular parking lot, one walks from the far end down a pathway to a sheltered overlook that is at perhaps a 45 degree angle and... More
Snoqualmie Falls is just under an hour’s drive from Seattle. As I recall, from the roughly rectangular parking lot, one walks from the far end down a pathway to a sheltered overlook that is at perhaps a 45 degree angle and at or near the top of the falls. More time will be spent getting there than at the falls itself. There are other attractions nearby, such as where Twin Peaks was filmed (slide show by MarkHitsTheRoad on YouTube, which also has the falls) and the Snoqualmie Casino, which has some nice overlooks.
Pikes place is a must. There’s a little bake shop on the far end that has the best baked goods. You can get local eats fresh caught fish. Space needle is pricey. Look for Groupon codes for discounts with anything you do... More
Pikes place is a must. There’s a little bake shop on the far end that has the best baked goods. You can get local eats fresh caught fish. Space needle is pricey. Look for Groupon codes for discounts with anything you do. Parking around Pikes place are in garages mostly. The further away are cheaper. Walking to the market is fun to people watch and look at the architecture. Puget Sound is pretty and if your lucky you might see an orca in the bay. Lots of places to hike along the way to Mt Reiner. Bring warm gear and rain gear. We had no rain our intire time there which is unusual. Cannot wait to go back! Beautiful place.