Heading Back From The Falls

Located along side the Carbon River area of Mt. Rainier National Park. Drive south from Enumclaw along Highway 410 to just past Buckley to Highway 165, marked for Carbonado, Wilkeson and Mt. Rainier.  Walk about 3.5 miles along te old washed out road this area.

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Updated: 11/09/2014


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