The 15,725 acre Tatoosh Wilderness shares a portion of Mount Rainier National Park's southern boundary. The long rugged Tatoosh Ridge runs north-south out of the park to cross the Wilderness near...[more]
The 8.6-mile Tatoosh Trail climbs steeply up Tatoosh Ridge but then flattens out substantially for a long descent off the ridge top and down through subalpine meadows that contain wildflowers in summer months. There is a view of Mount Rainier to the north. Side trails will take you to Tatoosh Lakes and the site of the historic Tatoosh Lookout. Note: Camping, fires, and stock are not allowed beside the fragile wilderness lakes within the Tatoosh Lakes Basin.
Trails/Trailheads that access Tatoosh Wilderness
Other Trails within Tatoosh Wilderness
Ohanapecoch Hot Springs, Tatoosh Lakes, Wahpenayo Peak. Download free U.S. Forest Service Topo maps.
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