Anderson Glacier

Mount Constance, Washington

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This delightful hike takes you to the base of one of the largest glaciers in the Olympics, where you can explore moraine heaps being colonized by pioneer plants and a large sparkling lake fed by glacier meltwater. Follow alongside a chattering river through old-growth groves graced with an understory of showy Pacifi c rhododendrons, and traverse lush meadows donned in brilliant wildfl owers on your way to the rock and ice below 7321-foot Mount Anderson.

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"This delightful hike takes you to the base of one of the largest glaciers in the Olympics, where you can explore moraine heaps being colonized by pioneer plants and a large sparkling lake fed by glacier meltwater. Follow alongside a chattering river through old-growth groves graced with an understory of showy Pacifi c rhododendrons, and traverse lush meadows donned in brilliant wildfl owers on your way to the rock and ice below 7321-foot Mount Anderson."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Mount Constance
Distance: 33.2
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Jul–Oct
Local Maps: Green Trails The Brothers, WA–No. 168
Driving Directions: Directions to Anderson Glacier

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May 2018