Ohanapecosh Hot Springs Trail
The Ohanapecosh Hot Springs Trail is a 1.6 km easy trail in Mount Rainier National Park that features hot springs and is suitable for adventurers of all ages. While some hikers find the hot springs to be underwhelming, continuing past them brings you to a pretty waterfall. This hike is an easy add-on to your plans in the Ohanapecosh area.
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Route Description for Ohanapecosh Hot Springs Trail
The hike to the Ohanapecosh Hot Springs is a short, easy journey suitable for young children. The trail takes you to hot springs that have been allowed to revert back to a more natural state after the development of a wellness resort in the area many years ago.
From the campground road, walk north on the highway. You can either loop from the visitor center or from Loop B of the campground.
Some hikers feel the hot springs themselves are underwhelming as an objective, so we recommend continuing a bit further down to Silver Falls for a 5.6 km hike.
Getting to the Ohanapecosh Hot Springs Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Ohanapecosh Hot Springs hike is on Highway 123 at the intersection with the main campground road.
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