Field Trip 4 - Seattle Naturalists Intro Natural World Course

Field trip: Introduction to the Natural World Course

Field Trip 4 - Seattle Naturalists Intro Natural World Course - Berkeley Park

Mt. Rainier National Park has many trails that lead to premier wildflower gardens.

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  • Easy/Moderate
  • Moderate
  • Mileage: 5.6 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 800 ft

Meet at 6:45 AM at 65th Street Park and Ride at the north end of the North Parking lot, under the I 5 bridge OR At Sunrise Parking Lot, very west end, right by the Visitor Center. 

Mt. Rainier National Park has many trails that lead to premier wildflower gardens.

After this field trip you may identify these species and more:
1. Broad-leaf Lupine
2. Common Paintbrush
3. Beargrass
4. Gray Jay
5. Blue (Butterfly)
6. Red Columbine
7. Glacier Lily
8. Tiger Lily
9. Thinleaf Blueberry
10. Sitka Mountain Ash
11. Sitka Alder
12. Alaska Yellow-cedar


Destinations are quite dependent upon snow level. We’ll give more details in July via e-mail and at the 4th Presentation.

Route/Place

Mount Fremont Lookout, Berkeley Park & Skyscraper Mountain



  • Green Trails Mount Rainier Wonderland No. 269SX

    Green Trails Mt Rainier East No. 270

    Trails Illustrated Mount Rainier National Park
  • See full route/place details.
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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

guide book

day hiking gear

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