The Outdoor Program
Burroughs Mountain Loop weekend day hike on Mt. Rainier
This ten mile alpine route offers more than just wonderful wildlife viewing. The trail atop Burroughs Mountain provides hikers outstanding views of the northeast face of Mount Rainier. Little Tahoma can be seen flanking Rainier, and the tower-topped peak of Mount Fremont stands to the north. Closer at hand, marmots and pikas dash between the rocks along the trail. Mountain goats can be found showing off their agility on the sides of the local peaks. And raptors--from lightning-fast peregrines to massive golden eagles--soar overhead. This is a great day hike for people looking for a challenge and some of the best experiences Mt. Rainier National Park has to offer.
Mandatory Pre-Trip Meeting: 10/3/12, 7pm, CRC 113
Instructors: TOP Staff
Location: White River Campground, Mt. Rainier National Park
Time: 6am - 7pm
Itinerary: We will depart the F- Lot at 6 AM and arrive in White River at approximately 8:30 AM. We will hike all day but take breaks for snacking, wildlife viewing and general relaxation. BRING A SACK LUNCH. We anticipate being back on campus at or before 7 PM.
Participant Limits: 9
Expenses and Fees: $15
Registration Cutoff: 10/3/12, 7pm