Mt. Rainier National Park – Ranger Falls/Carbon River

The Carbon River and Ranger Falls occupy a canyon on the northwest corner of Mt. Rainier National Park. This area supports a rare inland temperate rain forest featuring towering trees, ferns, and moss for days. Distance: 8.5 Elevation Gained: 1,000 Difficulty: Moderate Time: 3:30 Critters: None Get there like this. Note: There is a $15 …

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