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Unicorn Peak

Mount Rainier Area > SE - Cayuse Pass/Stevens Canyon
46.7678, -121.7071 Map & Directions
Length
4.8 miles, roundtrip
Elevation Gain
2397 feet
Highest Point
6971 feet
Calculated Difficulty About Calculated Difficulty
Moderate/Hard
Unicorn peak from the snowfield on the west side of the peak. Full-size image
  • Mountain views
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  • Lakes
  • Established campsites

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National Park Pass

Unicorn Peak is the tallest in the Tatoosh Mountain Range and offers spectacular views of Mount Rainier. It's top is somewhat jagged which looks like a Unicorn's horn, hence the name. Climbing expertise and gear is required to summit Unicorn. Continue reading

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Hiking Unicorn Peak

Unicorn peak is the tallest in the Tatoosh Mountain Range and offers spectacular views of Mount Rainier. It's top is somewhat jagged which looks like a Unicorn's horn, hence the name.

Unicorn Peak is the tallest in the Tatoosh Mountain Range and offers spectacular views of Mount Rainier. It's top is somewhat jagged which looks like a Unicorn's horn, hence the name. Climbing expertise and gear is required to summit Unicorn.

Unicorn Peak

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 46.7678, -121.7071 Open in Google Maps

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National Park Pass

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Mount Rainier Area > SE - Cayuse Pass/Stevens Canyon

Mount Rainier National Park

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