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Exploren Borgen hiking to Pinnacle Saddle in Mount Rainier National Park, a 100 Classic Hike of Washington

Pinnacle Saddle: 100 Classic Hike of Washington

The Pinnacle Saddle is an underrated hike in Mount Rainier National Park and should not be overlooked by visitors to the park. On the Paradise side of the park, the accessibility is easy to access. With the option to hike to Pinnacle Peak with more elevation gain, it is a favorite spot for climbers in the park.

In this blog post we will cover general information about the trail, important access information, what it’s like to hike the trail, and other amazing hikes in the area.

Lake Ingalls in Snoqualmie Pass a 100 Classic Hike of Washington

Lake Ingalls: 100 Classic Hike of Washington

One of my favorite hikes in Washington happens to be Lake Ingalls. After hiking to Lake Ingalls during peak larch season, this hike is forever imprinted on my brain as the most breathtaking, spectacular, and fun hike in the Pacific Northwest.

Located in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness which is known for gorgeous hiking, inspiring peaks, and glacier blue lakes, Lake Ingalls is the poster child for the area.

Exploren Borgen hiking to High Rock Lookout a 100 Classic Hike of Washington

High Rock: 100 Classic Hike of Washington

Perched above the stunning landscape of Mount Rainier National Park, High Rock Lookout stands out as a destination hike for all those looking for panoramic views in the heart of the Pacific Northwest. This short hike does not fall short on elevation gain or beauty. While it takes a push to get to the top, this hike should be on everyone’s list who is hiking near Ashford, Washington and Mount Rainier National Park.

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