Spray Falls

Mount Rainier National Park, Washington 98558

Spray Falls

Spray Falls Professional Review and Guide

"This hike travels over several small ridges through beautiful forest to striking Spray Falls, which provides tired hikers with a nice misting on hot summer days. This hike has no significant elevation gain, but it trundles over rolling hills all the way to Spray Falls.

A trail construction crew named Spray Falls in 1883 because they felt that the cascading falls broke “into a mass of spray.”The well-maintained, heavily used trail winds through beautiful forest. Expect to see many other park visitors; please reduce your impact by staying on the trail. Head to the south end of Mowich Lake, past the restrooms and Mowich Lake Campground to the Wonderland Trail."

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Trail Information

Mount Rainier National Park
Nearby City
4
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
About 1.5 to 2.5 hours
Duration
Early July through Sept
Season
Carbon River Ranger Station, (360) 829-9639
Local Contacts
USGS Mowich Lake; Trails Illustrated Mount Rainier National Park
Local Maps

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Jul 2018