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|| Mt Rainier National Park
||Head out Hwy 410, turn on to Hwy 165 and head to the
Carbon River entrance of Mt Rainier Nat'l Park, 3 miles beyond the
entrance, there is a pull off on the left side, trail is on the right
||1100 ft elevation gain
||3.5 miles round trip
||8 out of 10
||Did not try
||Cool forest hike, big trees
||Printable Topo Map
Green Lake is a beautiful place. I did not see anyone else on the trail
this day. No camping is permitted.
This is a great hike to start out a day. Hiking through the forest over
and around tree roots, then you meander along coming to Ranger Creek
Falls, which is worth a look. Then continue up to the lake, it is pretty
brushy and the views of the surrounding hills are worth the trek.
It is really nice up there, the peace and quiet are a nice addition.
Do it again? Yes
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