It’s Impossible Not To Love This Breathtaking Wild Flower Trail In Washington

If you’ve ever visited Mount Rainier National Park, you probably know that it’s full of stunning alpine meadows that are bursting with wildflowers, typically from March until August. The best way to see them is to enjoy them from a beautiful hiking trail, and luckily, there is no shortage of those either.

The seven mile (or more, depending on the route you take) Berkeley Park Trail is especially beautiful this time of year and, despite its long length, it’s a pretty easy path to take.

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To reach this trail, head east on Highway 410 from Puyallup to Sunrise Road in Mount Rainier National Park. Turn right and drive 15 miles to the trailhead at Sunrise Visitor Center.

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