With colorful wildflower displays at your feet and views of the Tatoosh Range (pictured) and other Cascade peaks such as Mount Adams, Mount St. Helen's and Mount Hood, it's no wonder the Skyline Trail ranks as the most popular hike at Mount Rainier National Park.
With colorful wildflower displays at your feet and views of the Tatoosh Range (pictured) and other Cascade peaks such as Mount Adams, Mount St. Helen's and Mount Hood, it's no wonder the Skyline Trail ranks as the most popular hike at Mount Rainier National Park.
With colorful wildflower displays at your feet and views of the Tatoosh Range (pictured) and other Cascade peaks such as Mount Adams, Mount St. Helen's and Mount Hood, it's no wonder the Skyline Trail ranks as the most popular hike at Mount Rainier National Park.

Mount Rainier's Skyline Trail has breathtaking views

September 15, 2010 10:29 PM

UPDATED September 16, 2010 09:23 AM

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