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Berkeley Park

Jul 25, 2013

by hikenwineguy last modified Jul 27, 2013 07:41 AM
Type of Outing
Day hike
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Hike: Berkeley Park
Region: Mt. Rainier -- NE - Sunrise / White River
Agency: Sunrise Ranger Station
Avg Rating: 3.00
Why You Should Go Now
Wildflowers blooming
Be Aware Of
Snow on trail
View about Sunrise from trail to Sourdough Ridge...Photo by SethG
Beautiful day for a trip to Sunrise! Took about 2 hours from the Bellevue area to reach Sunrise. Decided to hike up to Sourdough Ridge, totally worth the little extra effort to walk up a meadow of wildflowers to see amazing views at the ridge. Views included Mount Rainier, Mount Baker, Glacier Peak, Suntop Lookout and tons of other peaks. Casually hiked over to Berkeley Park...a few small snow fields to traction devices needed. The Park is blooming right now...found a flat rock to sit and enjoy views over the park including Mount Baker.

Frozen Lake is very blue.

If you walk up the Fremont Lookout trail just passed Frozen Lake...beautiful view of Mount Rainier and wildflowers

Big flies are out...didn't get bit, but they were circling me most of the hike
Entering Berkeley by SethG by SethG
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