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Burroughs 1 & 2

PLEASE change your RSVP if you are not going to make this hike.

 

I'm a slow hiker, it's ok to split up into groups based on speed but nobody will be left alone

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There is a dangerous slope that should be melted out by the time we hike it but your safety is in your own hands..

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Driving Directions:

From Enumclaw, drive east 43 miles on State Route 410 to the Mount Rainier National Park White River Entrance. Veer right onto the Sunrise Road and follow it 17 miles west to the large parking lot and visitor center at the road's end. Note: Sunrise Road usually doesn't open until early July.


 

Disclaimer: Trailside is not a professional guide service. Our leaders function, as facilitators only, to enhance your outdoor experience. Reports of trail and weather conditions are based on best available information, are subject to change, and are no guarantee of fitness for any particular purpose or appropriate for a certain fitness level. You may join us on this hike at your own risk.  Keep in mind that hiking involves risks and weather changes quickly in the mountains. You are responsible for your own safety and the more prepared you are, the better the chance you will remain safe.

Signing up for any Trailside organized event indicates that you have read, understand, and agree to the terms of this disclaimer and hold harmless all Trailside Organizers and Leaders in the event of injury or loss.

 


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  • A former member
    A former member

    It was beautiful and everyone was very nice. I was slowest hiker there and now that I know my speed it may be awhile before my next attempt.

    September 2, 2013

  • Paul

    Thanks everyone for the great hike today. Thomas, we had to wait to leave Bonney Lake so got to Sunrise 45' later than expected. We looked around for you-- but I assume you went up the trail without us if you were waiting for a long time.

    September 1, 2013

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