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Here's a list of stories and resources to help you plan your hike along Mount Rainier's Wonderland Trail.

More information about completing the hike
How much time do you need to cover the entire trail? Where should you start? When should you travel? Which way should you go? Questions and answers to help you plan your hike. [August 21, 2000]

Shorter hikes around the Wonderland Trail
The Wonderland Trail is a long-haul route that can be carved into shorter sections, offering time-conscious, working-class adventurers a chance to absorb one of North America's premier hiking trails on the installment plan. [August 10, 2000]

Plan ahead before beginning the trek
If you want to hike the entire Wonderland Trail this summer, you're not alone. Make your plans soon. [August 10, 2000]

Wonderland Trail facts
Additional facts and figures about the Wonderland Trail. [September 30, 1999]

Contact Information

Mount Rainier National Park, Wilderness Information Center, Tahoma Woods, Star Route, Ashford, WA, 98304-9751; 360-569-HIKE; 360-569-2211 (general information). Web site:


"Discovering the Wonders of the Wonderland Trail," by Bette Filley, 1993, Dunamis House, $12.95;

"50 Hikes in Mount Rainier National Park," by Ira Spring and Harvey Manning, fourth edition, 1999, The Mountaineers, $14.95.

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