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Jul 19 2019
Lucyan
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 Routes 1
 Photos 17,685
 Triplogs 906

40 female
 Joined Jan 18 2011
 In the Wild
Skyline Trail - Mount RainierVolcano, WA
Volcano, WA
Hiking avatar Jul 19 2019
Lucyan
Hiking5.90 Miles 1,948 AEG
Hiking5.90 Miles
1,948 ft AEG
 no routes
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
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Jul 14 2019
Lucyan
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 Routes 1
 Photos 17,685
 Triplogs 906

40 female
 Joined Jan 18 2011
 In the Wild
Skyline Trail - Mount RainierVolcano, WA
Volcano, WA
Hiking avatar Jul 14 2019
Lucyan
Hiking5.90 Miles 1,948 AEG
Hiking5.90 Miles
1,948 ft AEG
 no routes
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
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Jul 28 2016
Harry
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 Guides 1
 Photos 142
 Triplogs 167

79 male
 Joined Jan 21 2004
 Chandler, AZ
Skyline Trail - Mount RainierVolcano, WA
Volcano, WA
Hiking avatar Jul 28 2016
Harry
Hiking3.40 Miles 1,700 AEG
Hiking3.40 Miles
1,700 ft AEG6 LBS Pack
 no routesno photosets
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
With Nancy and Max. Last time we three were here was 1993. Max was 12 weeks old and in my backpack. Brenda was 20 and working the summer at Paradise Inn. She summited Mount Rainier that summer. This visit was clear blue sky and warm. At Panorama Point we saw Mounts Adams, Hood and St. Helens. BTW Brenda returned to Rainier 2 years ago and hiked to Camp Muir with her husband and their oldest, Gabe, who was then 12 years old. Rainier has very special places for all of us. Nancy and I first visited the mountain in 1988. That day was also a clear and blue sky day. As I stared the man next to me asked if it was my first time there. Said it was. He said it was his 4th, but 1st time he'd seen the mountain.
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Oct 16 2010
seattlehiker
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 Guides 15
 Routes 210
 Photos 3,379
 Triplogs 313

male
 Joined Dec 25 2006
 Seattle, WA
Skyline Trail - Mount RainierVolcano, WA
Volcano, WA
Hiking avatar Oct 16 2010
seattlehiker
Hiking5.90 Miles 1,948 AEG
Hiking5.90 Miles   4 Hrs   30 Mns   1.31 mph
1,948 ft AEG
 
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
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Just a gorgeous day at Mt. Rainier. Was surprised to find only about 10 cars in the lot at Paradise when we arrived just before 10 AM. Not a cloud in the sky. Temps were a little chilly to start but overall a perfect day for hiking. Saw our fair share of wildlife along the hike. We did the Skyline and High Skyline Loop. Just under 6 miles 2,000 feet of elevation gain. A great day hike. Views of Mt. Rainier along 90% of the trail. Views of Mt. Adams, Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens from the top point of the trail (just over 7,000 ft) as well. The fall colors are really coming out now and the trail is still snow free except for a patch just past Panorama Point (but it's not an issue if you take the High Skyline trail). Definitely worth the 6 hour round trip drive from the 'Couv.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Substantial
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Jul 28 2007
Nan
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 Guides 2
 Photos 689
 Triplogs 105

59 female
 Joined Apr 05 2005
 Mesa, AZ
Skyline Trail - Mount RainierVolcano, WA
Volcano, WA
Hiking avatar Jul 28 2007
Nan
Hiking1.50 Miles
Hiking1.50 Miles
 no routes
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
Walked with Mom and Cliff from the Paradise parking lot intending to go as far as the waterfall. Mom couldn't make the last hill so we went up to the falls individually. The meadows were packed with wildflowers, and the overcast had completely burned off on the drive up to the Mountain.
Named place
Named place
Mount Rainier
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average hiking speed 1.31 mph

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