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We did this hike in July and it was a nice hike with little to no elevation gain. This trail is historic and shows where the old building and springs are. There are good views of Mount Rainier from the trail, too.
We were looking forward to our rustic night in the park but I have to say this place was disappointing. Coming from the UK we are used to old buildings but the room was very basic, cramped and noisy (not the peace and tranquility we...More
This trail is an easy trail that gives a historical overview of the springs, natural environment, and development of the area around the National Park Inn. It is an interpretive trail wich has signs and descriptions of how the Longmire family settled the area at...More
We were staying nearby at the National Park Inn and decided to mix a cocktail and take the half mile loop at dusk. A wonderful after dinner stroll, the light was GREAT. Those travelling through the park, PARK, see the Museum, walk the loop, drive...More
While the stronger and more adventurous of our group hiked up into the mountains, the younger and less adventurous enjoyed this hike near Longmire. It is easily accessible for all ages and provides many opportunities for learning about the history and wildlife of the area....More
In mid-March the Springs were full of cold, rather slimy water. They were interesting because of the history of the area that is explained and pictured on nearby signs along the walk, but I don't think they are usable. The warmer springs in the meadow...More
This is primarily a nature walk that even children can handle. The hot springs are almost all grown over. Years ago, it was a place people came for therapeutic reasons. Dogs are not allowed on trails so they will have to be left in your...More