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Area Activities - Spring Activities

We're having an early Spring this year. Roads into Mt. Rainier National Park are already open, and the lower elevation hikes are completely snow free. Hike, bike, snowshoe, sled -- all in one day. We even have some great Spring Specials.

Explore Mt. Rainier National Park

Early Road Openings For Spring 2015!. Cayuse Pass (Highway 123) and Chinook Pass (Highway 410 to/from Eastern Washington) are now open, as is the Sunrise road to the White River… Learn More

Hiking in the national forest

The hiking this spring has been phenomenal, and many of our guests have spent hours exploring this area’s miles and miles of trails.  There are many places you can go… Learn More

Mt. Rainier Gondola Scenic Rides & Summit House Dining

Take a scenic Mt. Rainier Gondola ride to 6872’.  Awesome views and dining at the Summit House, Washington’s highest restaurant.

The Mt. Rainier Gondola will re-open for Memorial Day weekend… Learn More

Sledding & Snow Play

Both Cayuse and Chinook Passes are now open—and that means you can now visit one of our favorite areas for snow play!

Chinook Pass, at 5675’, still has snow and… Learn More

Driving the Chinook Scenic Byway

The Chinook Scenic Byway is the only drive in Washington that’s both a scenic byway and an All American Road.  That should give you an idea of just how beautiful… Learn More

Explore on a Bike

Grab a bike and explore. We have rental mountain bikes here, or feel free to bring your own mountain bike or road bike.  Many “Best of Washington” trails are right… Learn More

Mt. Rainier Views From Suntop Lookout

This old fire lookout is located at 5280 feet, with incredible views of Mt. Rainier and all the Cascades.  It’s an awesome place for views, but we also like to… Learn More

Mt. St. Helens

The Windy Ridge/Spirit Lake side of Mt. St. Helens makes a great day trip. And 2015 marks the 35th anniversary of the eruption, so it’s the perfect time to visit.

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