90 miles • Washington State
Official Companion App to Hiking the Wonderland Trail Guidebook by Tami Asars
Download our guide to access the Wonderland Trail map, tracks, waypoints, and comments! The Wonderland Trail is an adventure of about 90 miles (145 km), encircling Washington State’s Mt. Rainier. The loop is a challenging hike with lots of elevation change, taking travelers from high alpine peaks, to glaciers and glacial valleys, to sub-alpine meadows, to temperate rainforests, to cascading rivers, affording spectacular views of Mt. Rainier all the while. Situated in Mount Rainier National Park, the trail was built in the early 1910s and was designated a National Recreation Trail in the 1980s. As the trail circumnavigates the mountain, hikers will be treated to astonishing views of the different sides of Mt. Rainier, colorful wildflowers, and much more. The trail is ideal for thru-hikers, backpackers, and section-hikers.
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Tami Asars is the author of several hiking guidebooks including, Hiking the Wonderland Trail and Day Hiking Mount Rainier, 2nd edition (Mountaineers Books). In addition, she’s served as a professional backpacking guide in Mount Rainier National Park, showing others the sublime beauty of Mount Rainier’s scenic backcountry. When she’s not on her keyboard, you can find her on one of the many trails in Washington State, from the rugged coastline to the high craggy subalpine landscapes of the Cascades. For more information on her books, please visit www.tamiasars.com.