We couldn't recommend more enthusiastically that when visiting these mountains you plant your feet firmly on the forest floor and let the trail guide you. With eyes wide open and your ears tuned we guarantee the forest wont dissapoint. If you are a trail runner, avid hiker or someone that wants to just take a relaxing and contemplative stroll we have thousands of acres and miles of trails to trek.
For information or recommendations please visit us in the Barn and we'll help you find the right trail for your journey.
At Mount Rainier, cyclists can enjoy bicycling that is both challenging and scenic. Bicycles are allowed on park roads but they are not permitted on any hiking trails and the park does not have any designated bike trails.
September and early October are generally excellent times for cyclists to visit Mount Rainier. During these months, there are usually fewer vehicles on the roads and fall colors enhance the scenery. However, many facilities and services are reduced or discontinued after Labor Day.
Be aware that the park may temporarily close any road to bicycle use. Signs will mark closed roads and cyclists can check current road status when planning a trip. Availability of bicycling equipment in or near the park is very limited and cyclists should be prepared to make repairs on their own. For your safety, wear a helmet.
For information or recommendations please visit us in the Barn and we'll help you find the right road for your journey
Winter snow provides some of the most amazing outdoor experiences around Mt. Rainer. and with two amazing ski resorts near by - you're sure to get your runs in. If cross country skiing is more your thing then you're in luck too. With miles of family friendly trails you'll burn enough calories to have two pieces of pie for dessert. Ski shoeing is also a popular activity in the Mt Rainer area and once again with miles of trails to explore you are sure to come back to camp with the perfect fireside story of your adventure.
For information or recommendations please visit us in the Barn, we'll help you find your snowy adventure.
If your idea of the perfect adventure includes technical climbing gear, a tackle box, a rod and fly then your trip to our neck of the woods is sure to fit your agenda. Our property is located near some of the best fishing lakes and streams in the Western Cascades and if climbing Mt Rainer is your thing we are a short ten minute drive to one of the climbing outfitters around.
For information or recommendations please visit us in the Barn and we'll point you in the right direction