Indian Henrys Hunting Ground and Pyramid Park

Ashford, Washington

Indian Henrys Hunting Ground and Pyramid Park Professional Review and Guide

"Indian Henrys Hunting Ground is one of the most famous backcountry beauty spots in Mount Rainier National Park. This glorious meadow, with its bonanza of wildflowers, scenic ponds, and drop-dead-gorgeous views of Mt. Rainier certainly deserves the fame, but all that popularity has forced the park to protect this fragile area by closing the meadow to camping. Most hikers approach Indian Henrys along the Wonderland Trail from Longmire and spend the night at crowded Devils Dream Camp, a little over 1 mile to the south. But for adventuresome hikers who are willing to do some moderate cross-country hiking, there is a better and less crowded option. By hiking into Indian Henrys Hunting Ground on the little-used Kautz Creek Trail and continuing up to spectacular but off-trail Pyramid Park, you can avoid the crowds and spend the night at an amazingly beautiful alpine retreat with a dramatic up-close look at the rugged west face of Mt. Rainier."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
4,900 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Skill Level
Late July to October
Mount Rainier National Park
Local Contacts
Green Trails: Mount Rainier West
Local Maps

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Jun 2018