Pinnacle Peak Will Take You To The Most Spectacular Fall Foliage In Washington

Where do you go to enjoy fall foliage in Washington? While you’ll find rich, colorful leaves in every county come October, there’s no denying that certain parts of the state are more spectacular in autumn than others. Mount Rainier National Park is especially vibrant and some of its trails are absolutely incredible in the fall. The Pinnacle Peak Saddle Trail is a nice, fairly easy day hike that shows off our fall foliage at its finest.

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Do you prefer to hike in the autumn, when the weather cools off? Here are some other fall hikes in Washington you won’t want to miss.