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- Mushrooms are commonly seen along the Stevens Creek Trail in Mt. Rainier National Park. These mushrooms are growing on a dying tree.
- Stevens Creek cascades over rocks polished smooth by raging floods each fall.
- A strong steel beam bridge trimmed with wood provides an easy crossing for the Wonderland Trail over Stevens Creek.
- Polished rocks and Stevens Creek provides a backdrop for the fall colors of Vine Maple.
- Fungi carpet the ground at the base of a tree along the Stevens Creek Trail in Mt. Rainier National Park.
- Fungi sprout from an alder tree growing along the Stevens Creek Trail at Mt. Rainier National Park.
- An incredible growth of fungi sprout from an old tree along the Stevens Creek Trail in Mt. Rainier National Park.
- The Muddy Fork of the Cowlitz River flows through the narrow Box Canyon in Mt. Rainier National Park.
- Beautiful Vine Maple trees grow along Box Canyon along the Stevens Creek Trail in Mt. Rainier National Park.
- Fungi sprout from a cedar tree growing along the Stevens Creek Trail at Mt. Rainier National Park.
- Looking down into Box Canyon the stream is almost 180 feet below the bridge deck. The fall colors show that winter is near at hand.
- The Stevens Creek Trail joins the Box Canyon Trail. This is a view looking south towards the Stevens Canyon Road. The National Park Service had arch bridges faced with stone to blend in with the scenic views of the Park.